LectureWedsMarch26 - Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor Marte Formation of communities(Nation-states/Nationalism In-class Responses Nationalism Which

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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Formation of communities  (Nation-states/Nationalism) In-class Responses Nationalism 0. Which aspect of your experience as an ‘American’ gives you the  clearest sense of belonging to a US nation-state? 1. Questions or difficulties project, etc  [2 minutes max.] Ethnographic Project Fieldwork [2 more weeks left for gathering data] “What to do with all this mess?” Key concepts for projects 0. Power how is hegemony negotiated according to your collaborators survival  agendas, in the particular context of your field-site? 1. Intersectional Theory  which category are you emphasizing and how does it articulated with the  others?  how do your collaborators choose to perform that particular aspect of their  identity?
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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte 2. Formation of community  Is it a community of practice, imagined, or both? what is this community based on, what do members have in common,  which differences? which types of solidarity and alliances are expressed through their 
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LectureWedsMarch26 - Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor Marte Formation of communities(Nation-states/Nationalism In-class Responses Nationalism Which

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