16_TowardsHistoriography

16_TowardsHistoriography - Whitney Tessers TMA 202 March...

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Whitney Tessers TMA 202 March 21, 2011 Prompt 16 “Towards a Historiography of the Popular” - David Savran 1. He suggests two different solutions to address what he calls “unprecedented global and disciplinary crises” (211)? What are some of these crises? Do you think these are good solutions? Are there others? (7) Some of these crises are ignorance in other cultures and nations, their histories, and the way we analyze them. He suggests that we must be engaged in these things and gain knowledge in other cultures and nations other than our own. Also, he believes that there are judgments based upon class that art is better than entertainment. Savran suggests that these “long-standing” prejudices must be erased in the minds of society. I believe that confronting ignorance in other cultures and nations is a good solution. When others are educated, the more things can be done to help solve a problem. For the second crisis and solution I am not as sure. I definitely agree that all prejudices must be erased, yet I think
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course TMA 202 taught by Professor Jones during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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16_TowardsHistoriography - Whitney Tessers TMA 202 March...

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