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ART 101: ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL ART __________________________________________________________________________________________ Pair & Share Discussion / Reading Summary Due: Thursday Oct. 17 in class Length: half-page to a full page, single-spaced, 12-pt, Times Roman For this class meeting, print out and read one of the following articles “A” or “B” as assigned in class : “A” Article: Christopher Hitchens, “The Lovely Stones,” Vanity Fair (July 2009) Available on Blackboard in PDF and Word versions; and through the following link: (Make sure to print out the entire article. It ends with: “And one day, surely, there will be an agreement to do the right thing by the world’s most ‘right’ structure.”) “B” Article: Michael Kimmelman, “Who Draws the Borders of Culture?” NY Times (May 5, 2010) Available on Blackboard in PDF and Word versions;
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Unformatted text preview: and through the following link: (Make sure to print out the entire article. It ends with: “Neither today’s Greeks nor Britons own the Parthenon marbles, really.” Each author takes a position about the issue of the cultural heritage of a country and who owns it. Both discuss the so-called “Elgin Marbles,” a set of sculptures that originally decorated the Parthenon in Athens, Greece but are now in London’s British Museum. For your summary, answer: What is the author’s position? And why? At the end of your summary of the author’s argument, feel free to express your own position. Along with your summary, make sure to bring the print out of the article for class discussion (highlight the most convincing passages in the article)....
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