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MIT 2000 Tutorial 06 Lindsay Carrocci Office Hours: Tuesday 5:30 – 6:30 NCB 446b
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Mid-term Exam Exams will be handed back next Tutorial Please do not see me with questions until the following Tuesday during office hours
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Essay 6 – 8 pages double spaced Frieson’s Citizens and Nations At least 2 of 4 “epochs” 15 citations from at least 4 course texts The Frieson article in textbook is taken from his book – this will only count as ONE text. This is not a book review – your essay must have a thesis statement You can submit this to me by March 20 th
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Essay The Epochs 1. Oral Traditional 2. Textual Settlers 3. Print Capitalism 4. Screen Capitalism Approaches: thematic, contrasting, transitional Remember: each phase is ‘cumulative’
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Documentaries Grierson “The War for Men’s Minds” (Stuart Legg) Goebbels “The Triumph of the Will” (Leni Riefenstahl )
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Comparisons War for Men’s Minds Triumph of the Will - No direct interference from
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