BWS 151_Final Exam Essay_Fall 2010

BWS 151_Final Exam Essay_Fall 2010 - BWS 151: Introduction...

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BWS 151: “Introduction to Black World Studies” Prof. Tammy L. Brown FINAL EXAM ESSAY DUE on Thursday, December 16, 2010 by 11:59PM via Turnitin on Blackboard Please answer the following essay question. You should fully answer each part of the question in the format of a 2.5-page, double-spaced, (12-point font, 1-inch margin) paper . You should reference sources in this packet, articles covered on the syllabus before the paper’s due date, as well as class discussions and lecture notes. (You also may draw upon knowledge from relevant source materials covered outside of BWS 151). *NO footnotes *NO "Works Cited" page *** Because this paper is so short, footnotes are not needed. However, you should clearly attribute each quote to the appropriate author. Example: In leading African-American scholar W. E. B. Du Bois’s landmark text The Souls of Black Folk (1903), he wrote, “Through all the sorrow of the Sorrow Songs there breathes a hope--a faith in the ultimate justice of things.” ***************************************************************************** * A. Diversity within blackness has been a major theme of this course. Each intellectual listed below has a unique cultural background that helped shape his/her African-diasporic identity, personal politics, and worldview. Please choose 2 people from the following list, and compare and contrast how each person’s birthplace and cultural upbringing influenced his/ her work. Claude McKay
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