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LectureWedsFeb27 - Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor Marte...

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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Readings-Feedback Chapter 15 [reading sent by e-mail, you tube clips] 0. List what you understood, reactions, etc 1. Questions or difficulties with readings, project, etc.   [2 minutes max.] Write your name, fold & pass your paper to the front Chapter 15 :  Focus on pages 356-370 and 379-380 Recapitulations from Mon Colonization, Capitalism & Globalization 2. How these processes relate 3. Material & ideological  4. Euphemisms (erasure) 5. Geopolitics & Place 6. How they shaped our present 7. Legacy of these social formations
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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Global Social Formations: Mode of production, social organization,  ideological and psychological  formations   that emerged in the earliest phase of  colonization (16-19 th  century) whose effects appear today through global projects such as  nation-states, modernity, development, and categories such as race, class,,  etc [yet in each region and locality these formations  took a different character] Discourses & Ideologies 8. Have a long shelf life 9. Are both individual & collective 10.Become institutionalized into judicial systems & institutions 11.Can not change unless the material conditions that produced  them also change Avoiding generalizations 12.The ‘West’ was and is diverse
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