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Response Paper #1 (worth 50 points)

Choose oneof the four following images and, inan informal essay formatof 150-200 words, analyze what you see in the image and what the image tells you about the time period/social problems of the time. I have given questions to consider, but do NOT just answer the questions in order. Be sure to include specific details from the image to support your analysis.

Questions to consider:

  • Describe what you see in the photograph and the compositional elements that stand out to you.
  • Explain what you think is the most important part of this image is and what you think the photographer is trying to show in the image.
  • Discuss your understanding of the time period based on what you see in the image.
  • Explain how this image, being a photograph, rather than a drawing or text, changes how you understand the social problems of the Progressive Era.

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-Images will be provided.

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Need help with my History question – I’m studying for my class.

Baroque vs. Renaissance

  • Compare and contrast two works from the Italian Baroque period with two works from the Renaissance. Be sure to note the appearance in the works of the defining characteristics from each period.
  • Discuss why artistic expression shifted from the restrained stoicism of the Renaissance to that of the heightened emotion in the religious and other works of the Baroque.

African Cultural Heritage

  • From the arts of West Africa, what are some characteristics of African cultural heritage?
  • How did their religious beliefs influence their art and music.

Naming Influences that Shaped Neoclassical Art and Architecture

  • Compare and contrast the Rococo and Neoclassical styles, explaining the ways in which each reflects the aims, ambitions, and tastes of the European Enlightenment. Provide specific examples.
  • Describe the influence of politics upon the Neoclassical style of art and architecture and how this style was used for political purposes. Describe specific works in this style, discussing the artists who made them.
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Public Anthropology

Written Activity #2 : When Anthropologists Go “PublicThis assignment is next in a series of activities called “Public Anthropology” that we will do this semester.  It is inspired by Margaret Mead’s engagement with wider publics – not just other anthropologists.  The world, it seems, could benefit from a more anthropological perspective.  What is anthropology, what kinds of questions or issues does it raise for you, and how are the skills applicable?  What is the “Big Question” that interests you?  This is what we are ultimately getting to.Objective: To think about and synthesize your anthropological learning these past years, and to articulate to nonspecialist audiences the complexities of bringing an anthropological approach to a human problem.Outcome: Analze the ethics, benefits, and pitfalls of bringing anthropological approaches to wider publics.First, read the following articles.  As usual, some of these are quite short.  Your basis for understanding the readings should be the works and discussion from Week 1.1. Liebow (2018) Actions No More Passive Bystanders, Please2. Dresser (2020)  (Links to an external site.)The Meaning of Margaret Mead (external link); Scheper-Hughes (2009) Actions  Making Anthropology Public;Starn, Orin (1986) Actions  Engineering Internment4. Price (2000) Actions Anthropologists as SpiesIn one post of appx. 750 words (yes, you may have more), answer the following questions:1, What are the ethical concerns of bringing anthropology to the wider public?  Briefly discuss three points.2. What are the ethical concerns of NOT bringing anthropology to the wider public?3. What are the benefits of bringing anthropological perspectives and methods outside of the academy?  Discuss three specific points.4. What are the dangers of bringing anthropological perspectives and methods outside the academy?The standard Activities Rubric will be used to grade this exercise.1. Anthropological Perspectives (4) Exhibits awareness and understanding of ethnocentrism, cultural relativity, contexts, and power in all activities;2. Course Concepts (4) Directly and appropriately utilizes course terminology in all writing and activities;3. Examples (4) Describes and utilizes appropriate examples from course materials (readings, films, individual fieldwork, media sources);4. Follows Instructions (4)  Is this a compare/contrast discussion?  Did you find outside sources if required?  Were you supposed to upload an image?  Follow the directions!!  And put in some effort;5. Writing, Style, Organization (4)  Writing is always important.  The writing can be indicative of your effort (see #4 above).

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