Final+Review+Sheet+Anthro+169-IS+179+Fall+2010

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Final Review Sheet – Anthro 169 Fall 2010 Please bring scantron from # F-288 to the exam as well as a couple of pencils and an eraser. The final exam is scheduled for Thurs., Dec. 9, from 7:00-9:00pm. Maps – Please look at the map of Southeast Asia on our website and at the end of this review sheet. Know the names and locations of all of the nations and the major islands Readings – The exam will include questions on the following readings. Please be sure to review the reading questions posted on our course website as these will help you prepare for the final. 1. Making Empire Respectable: The Politics of Race and Sexual Morality in 20 th Century Colonial Cultures. Ann L. Stoler 2. “Read All About It”: The Press and the Rise of National Consciousness in Early 20th Century Dutch East Indies Society. by James M. Hagen 3. Revolutionary and Anti-Revolutionary Genocides: A Comparison of State Murders in Democratic by Kampuchea, 1975-1979, and in Indonesia, 1965-1966. by Helen Fein 4. (Un)Necessary Toughness: Those “Loud Black Girls” and those “Quiet Asian Boys.” Joy L. Lei 5. Education, Gender and Generational Conflict among Khmer Refugees. by Nancy Smith-Hefner 6. “We Don’t Sleep Around Like White Girls Do”: Family, Culture, and Gender in Filipina American Lives. by Yen Le Espiritu 7. African-American Soldiers and Filipinos: Racial Imperialism, Jim Crow and Social Relations. by Scot Ngozi-Brown Videos watched in class: Indochine (Colonialism and Rebellion in French Indochina) Savage Acts (Philippine-American War) New Material The Colonial Period: Racial and Sexual Politics – “Coolies” and “Congaie” slavery in Southeast during the European colonial period. Asian women were kept as concubines (“congaies”) by European males (this sexual relationshipwas regarded as a “cost-effective” colonial strategy by Europeans). European owned plantations in Indochina and elsewhere and these plantations were supplied with slave labor (referred to as “volunteers”) through the assistance of the French military. Europeans controlled commerce and industry as well as maintained political power.
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Indochina – French Rule began first in Cambodia in 1862, spread through Indochina, and ended in 1954 with the signing of the Geneva Accords. In the early 20 th Century independence movements grew in the Indochinese colonies. One of the most famous insurgent leaders was Ho Chi Minh whose followers were known as the Viet-Minh. After 1954, the Viet Minh became the political rulers of North Vietnam, whereas the nationalist party took over South Vietnam. (Prince Sihanouk also became the Prime Minister of Cambodia at the same time and Laos also gained its independence as a result of the Geneva Accords). Indonesia – Dutch Rule lasted until 1949 (except during the Japanese occupation of WW II).
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course ANTHRO anthro 169 taught by Professor Prof.tomdouglas during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.

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