Answer any FOUR questions. 1. Read the short piece, “He Works, She Works Links t

Answer any FOUR questions. 1. Read the short piece, “He Works, She Works Links to an external site..” How is gender socially constructed? Are we trained to behave in certain ways? Do we realize this? Finally, how are these expectations dangerous at worst and unfair at best? 2. Is the “perfect body a lie?” Read… Continue reading Answer any FOUR questions.
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Having read Letter From A Region In My Mind in its entirety- This essay crosses

Having read Letter From A Region In My Mind in its entirety- This essay crosses multiple levels of analysis that are intrapersonal; interpersonal; inter-communal and national addresses racism from a political and personal perspective- Using Baldwin’s essay as a reference write a detailed essay of 1500 words based on these multiple levels of analysis

Respond to the discussion questions from Chapter 1 of Perspectives: 1)This chapt

Respond to the discussion questions from Chapter 1 of Perspectives: 1)This chapter emphasizes how broad the discipline of anthropology is and how many different kinds of research questions anthropologists in the four subdisciplines pursue. What do you think are the strengths or unique opportunities of being such a broad discipline? What are some challenges or… Continue reading Respond to the discussion questions from Chapter 1 of Perspectives:
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For our final assignment, you will choose four articles from the articles you ha

For our final assignment, you will choose four articles from the articles you have been asked to read in class and/or from the article list provided for the Week 6 assignment to create an Annotated Bibliography. You will complete three items for each of your four sources: 1. Reference: Complete an APA reference for each… Continue reading For our final assignment, you will choose four articles from the articles you ha

Paste the following four questions into your text box, answer each thoroughly, a

Paste the following four questions into your text box, answer each thoroughly, and then submit your reflections electronically through Canvas by the due date and time. What did you learn from this film about the history of Christian monasticism that seems important for understanding the role of monks and nuns within the body of Christ?… Continue reading Paste the following four questions into your text box, answer each thoroughly, a

Articles for discussion: -MAIN ARTICLE under uploaded files (use for the one sou

Articles for discussion: -MAIN ARTICLE under uploaded files (use for the one source) https://africasacountry.com/2014/05/the-dangers-of-a-single-book-cover-the-acacia-tree-meme-and-african-literature/ https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jun/03/how-not-to-write-about-africa How to Write About Africa Video: Can you list the images and stereotypes that come to your mind when you think of, hear and/or read about Africa? How is Africa represented (in Western literary traditions, the media, academia) and why?… Continue reading Articles for discussion:
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Students will select two education themed films, one previously viewed in class

Students will select two education themed films, one previously viewed in class and one not (students may choose any of the films listed on course handouts. However, films should not be ones the student has used for one of the movie review assignments. If a student would like to use a film not listed, student… Continue reading Students will select two education themed films, one previously viewed in class

Compare and contrast the three main views of how the Old Testament was composed

Compare and contrast the three main views of how the Old Testament was composed from How We Got the Bible pp 33–37. • 500–750 words • Learning Module 1 (week 1) • Your first sentence needs to state your thesis in a complete sentence. • The rest of your post needs to defend your thesis… Continue reading Compare and contrast the three main views of how the Old Testament was composed