SEA10B 03 04 - 03/04/08 SEA 10B Lecture The 1900s marked...

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SEA 10B Lecture The 1900s marked the time of high colonialism and oppressive nationalism. Colonial states were arrogant and confident. There were Colonial Expositions that took place in Europe and the US. (The Philippines were then part of the US.) What were Colonial Expositions? - Grand pavilions built to present their “colonized people” - It was like a zoo where “natives” were brought in for shows - They were in cages and compounds. - After the Expositions, the natives were set loosed. Some joined the circus, while some just died. Who was Alfred Louis Kroeber (1876-1960)? - Kroeber was the big founding father of Anthropology. - Kroeber hall was indeed named after him. - While America was erasing the Indians from history, he searched for it through Salvage anthropology. - He also came across the lone Indian. - He found Ishi. Who was Ishi (1860-1916)? - He was the last Indian of his tribe (Yahi). - He was the living specimen. - He lived in Berkeley and built arrowheads and archeries. -
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SEA 10B taught by Professor Hadler during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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SEA10B 03 04 - 03/04/08 SEA 10B Lecture The 1900s marked...

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