The 2023 Reynolds Lecture presents Robin Kimmerer, and "Justice for the Land." How we understand the meaning of land, colors our relationship to the natural world, in ecology, economics and ethics. Indigenous knowledge frameworks dramatically expand the conventional understanding of lands, from natural resources to relatives, from land rights to land responsibilities. We consider what enacting justice for the land might look like, through restoration, reparations and Rights of Nature. Read more about Robin here. A book signing in the lobby will take place afterwards.

The Reynolds Lecture was established at Davidson in 1959 through a grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, and provides for an annual series of distinguished guest authorities in humanities, sciences, arts and philosophy who will be invited to serve as "professors in residence" at Davidson College for periods of two to three days.