Old World-Supremacy

Old World-Supremacy - Historical Perspective Old World vs....

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Historical Perspective Old World vs. New and the Development of the Idea of Race and White Supremacy
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Worldview
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Worldview “Culturally structured systematic way of looking at, perceiving and interpreting various realities”- Smedley p. 19 “Once established and conventionalized, word vies become enthroned in individuals as mindsets”- Smedley 19
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Race So if race as a biological fact does not exist… “how can public attitudes and understandings retain the notion of the verity and the belief that science has proved their reality.”- Smedley p. 20 “you may deny its existence but you can’t avoid it” Smedley p. 20
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What made this racialized worldview possible in Europe?
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Impact of the Cusades New ideas Changed economic relationship between east and west Eyewitness accounts become heresay, fantasy, myth. Turks, Mohamedans, Prestor John
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Islamic Invasion and Impact of Southern European Worldview Ibn Battuta “Moors” of Europe Islamic/Arab translations of Ancient text Ptolemy’s “Geography”
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Society
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course AFRO 335 taught by Professor Radcliffe during the Fall '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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Old World-Supremacy - Historical Perspective Old World vs....

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