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Rome and France in Africa: Recovering Colonial Algeria's Latin Past
Patricia M. E. Lorcin
In 1852, the archaeologist-historian Adolphe Dureau de la Malle (1777 1857) admonished his
The Jewish Diaspora and the Nation-State of Israel
The Boyarins Jewish brothers. Jonathon: an anthropologist who teaches at
UNC Chapel Hill. Daniel: A Talmudic scholar at UC - Berkley.
Discussion about Paul Geneology verses geography
Homelands Is it two concepts: Home and Land or just one? How do you
define homeland? (country of origin, place where you were born, the place you
would like to return back to, a place where individuals are culturally similar to
Space the Final Frontier Space is not static or passive. The space you live in
influences your lives. Both from the physical aspects of space but also the
meaning given to space. People control space and thus space controls people.
Diasporas and Nation-States Many of the readings focus on the relationship
between Diasporas and Nation-States. In many ways these are seen as somehow
opposites. Diasporas cross national boundaries. Diasporas do not rely on nationa
Imposed Identities They describe us. Thats all. They have the power of
description, and we succumb to the pictures they construct. (2000:174) from
Salmon Rushdies The Satanic Verses.
New College Identities At High School you are on
William Edward Burghardt Du Bois Born February 23, 1868 and died August
27, 1963. Born in Great Barrington, Mass. First attended Fisk University in
Tennessee. Transferred to Harvard where he received his B.A. in philosophy, and
A Preliminary Skeletal Analysis of Material Recovered from Two Unmarked
Graveyards in Bridgetown, Barbados
Pierhead Woman (PH1) : 25 to 35 years of ager at her time of death. Ancestral
affiliation was determined to be African. Suff
A Neo-Boasian Conception of Cultural Boundaries : Ira Bashkow
Have to create boundaries to define something.
Isoglosses: Way to define a group based on a single variable (his example of
people who say grinders, or hoagies, or subs)
Different Disciplines Cohen and Esman were Political Scientists. Brechenridge
and Appadurai are cultural anthropologists. Stuart Hall does cultural studies.
James Clifford is a historian who studies anthropology and anthropological
Archaeology of the African Diaspora
Definitions of Arhaeology: The scientific study of material remains (as fossils
relics, artifacts, and monuments) of past human life and activities (Merriam
What sorts of Evidence do Archa
African-American Archaeology in 2011: Is there one defining paradigm of study?
Should there be according to Fennel?
Bioarchaeology: Michael Blakey (department of Anthro here at WM) and the
New York African Burial Ground. Descendant comm
The Jewish Diaspora
Jewish (and Greek and Armenian) diasporas can be taken as non-normative
starting points for a discourse that is traveling or hybridizing in new global
conditions. (pg 306, Clifford).
Multiple scholars have referenc
The Irish Diaspora
Ireland Third largest island in Europe, 20th largest island in the world. Human
occupation since at least 8000 BC. Current day split in two parts: Northern
Ireland and Ireland.
English Colonization Although Irish hi
The Cuban Diaspora
Cuban History: Largest island in the Caribbean. Was a major sugar producing
island, mostly during the colonial Spanish Period. 1886, 2nd to last country in the
Americas to abolish slavery.
Independence: May 20, 1902 Cu
Printing, Imagined Communities, and Diasporas
Imagined Communities (Anderson): A sense of common identity that stretches
across great distances. The ability to associate with others as part of a similar
community even though you have n
OMANCING THE STONES: ARCHAEOLOGY IN POPULAR CINEMA
Mark A. Hall
Perth Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland, UK
Abstract: This article looks at the depiction of archaeology and archaeologists in popular cinema. A number of key films are discussed to a
Early Stone Age: beg ~2.2 MYA -H. habilis, H. erectus, etc. -earliest archaeological sites: Rift Valley -Lucy -stone tools: Olduwan choppers (5 MYA to 2.5-2 MYA; 2.0-.5 MYA in S. Africa) -(earlier stone tools are not in the archaeological record, sin
Allison Mickel September 18, 2008 ANTH 350: Archaeologies of Africa
African Archaeology on the Web
In compiling a comparative survey of the resources for African archaeology on the Internet, it is necessary to select a broad range of samples. This a
1 Curation, Coexistence, Copies, and Choice
Jared Diamond, professor at UCLA, went on frequent trips to New Guinea because he liked birds. His academic foundations were in biology. He was primarily an ornithologist, and some of the most unique birds
Frazier probably never before in history has a people been so nearly completely
stripped of its social heritage as the Negroes who were brought to America. He studied
African-american family structures in chicago. His statement Africans
A Land Lost in Terror
Tunisia, Africa, is currently the site of thousands of refugees desperately hoping
to escape to Europe. These people have quickly overcrowded the refugee camps as they
flee from a terrifying place, Libya. Libya
Diasporas EXAM REVIEW
African diaspora transatlantic slave trade. Helped dictate the way this diasporic
community acted. Can tie it to discussion of w.b. du bois.
Herskovitz bringing pieces .slaves brought with them cultural traits that we can
Anthropology is the study of humans, past and present.
Anthropologists use archaeology, linguistics, ethnography, etc.
What makes anthropologists different? Participant observation as a
methodology it requires close contact and to make
History of the Word: ancient greek. Dia over. Sperio to sow.
Used mainly as migration and colonization and including military conquest (800
The Jewish Diaspora Most famous usage is in a Greek translation of the Old
The African Diaspora
Which African Diaspora? The first Hominids? Usually refers to the TansAtlantic Slave Trade. Why do you think that is?
What one Haitian said to Mordechai Arbell, a writer of Jewish History in the
Caribbean: We, the
Metaphors useful in comparing the known to the unknown. Creates a vision of
whats happening. Highlights certain aspects but obscures others.
Herskovits syncretism to describe the process of selection and reinterpretation
Amsterdam: 1609 he Twelve Years Truce between Spain and the Netherlands was
signed. Jews saw this as an ideal time to settle in the Netherlands, as they had
adopted a policy of religious tolerance.
Economic Opportunity: The truce also
The Sephardic Diaspora
Iberian Pioneers: In 70 CE, the Roman Emperor Titus captured Jerusalem and
destroyed the main Jewish Temple and later the Romans quelled a revolt in
Palestine in 135 CE, both were major reasons for Jewish disper