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This paper should include what you see as major content take-aways from the readings, discussions, and so on. This includes:    insights you gained for understanding current affairs on certain issues    the lessons you acquired along the semester in respect to life (such as building resilience and thinking critically)     and a sense of how you […]

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The first Amendment protects free speech. So, are you free to express yourself by wearing a T shirt that has profanity and some vulgar words Explain? (Look in your book or search online to find the specific laws, which may be different from your opinion and summarize in your own words.)  If there are no […]

religion and gender and sexuality

The final project will be an opportunity for you to do on your own what we have been doing together all semester long: choose a case study and analyze it using the tools of the class, showing the connections between religion and society/culture. That means the case study should be something that allows you to […]

reading responses

write two reading response for two articles From Tehran to Los Angeles to Tehran: Transnational Solidarity Politics in the One Million Signatures Campaign to End Discriminatory Law by Catherine Sameh and The Scandals of Seduction and the Seductions of Scandal. by Dina M. Siddiqi. The reading responses should be in a form of a paragraph […]

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In the class textbook (Chapter 3), several 19th-century artists are introduced with a brief biography and some information about their art, subject matter and artistic style as well as artistic influences upon their work. Answer each of the following questions in a brief paragraph. DO NOT copy information from online about each artist, USE ONLY […]

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Read the section in Chapter 3 addressing the Northwest Coast Indian potlatch. What was/is the potlatch? Why, do you think, it was made illegal in the 19th century? Search online and find out more about the history of the potlatch and the ceremonial art used. Make sure to cite your source(s). Can you find any […]

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VIDEO CLIPS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoaak2ERwsw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7OHG7tHrNM In the section, “Native American Art in Transition,” from Chapter 3, the origins of the enduring stereotype of the Plains Indian warrior is discussed along with other general points about Native American stereotypes. What 19th-century assumptions about Native peoples continue to be portrayed in these clips? What are some current examples […]

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In the nineteenth century, African-American artists worked in a variety of media and subject matter. This painting and this ceramic vessel obviously are very different, as are the backgrounds of the artists who created them. For whom were these objects made? What different meanings might be read from them? In what ways might they be […]

the three major theoretical perspectives in Sociology -symbolic interactionism, functionalism and conflict theory.

This writing project focuses on the three major theoretical perspectives in Sociology -symbolic interactionism, functionalism and conflict theory. Each of these theories is like a lens through which we can view social life. Therefore, it is necessary to have an understanding of each theory. The student is to define the major points of each perspective […]


Final Essay:  Refugee witnessing brings a new perspective to the metanarrative of minorities and brings individual voices to be table.  It shifts the focus from whether the interviewees account is historically accurate to the meaning of the story and the nature of memory. During the course, we have had the privilege of listening to many […]

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