Hogans - Hogans The male area was to the south and all his...

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Hogans The male area was to the south and all his gear and the female area was to the north and had the dishes and food. The ritual occasions were sexually segregated. Not built near lightning; mountains are important- always in background ; categorized by sex. Material manifestations of an original mythical structure. Post and lintel structure in the doorway. There is a symbolic window. Siting- construction o Myth charter (Talking God and Changing Woman) o organic analogy o orientation Symbolism o Sex/age o Complementary opposition o Life/death Drypainting o Contagion-participation with the spirits and deitites Most of symbolism is related to the roof. There is a distinctive pattern. They should be modeled after the original one from Talking God. Questions 1. What is the ‘architectural origin’ of the Hogan? Who is Talking God? Who is Changing woman? a.
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ANTH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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Hogans - Hogans The male area was to the south and all his...

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