July 6, 2016
Due to my current Monday-Friday work schedule I was unable to make it to any
actual seat in with a live court session.
The first televised court proceeding that I watch was on YouTube
Agricultural Development in Africa
Much of Africas agriculture can be known as low input agriculture. This is
defined as not making as much use of land to create product as possible. There is an
upside though, if improved, Africas low input
Up from Slavery
Booker T. Washington is recalling certain things and applying them to present day
Things that happened when he was a child
Stepfather was the villan in his early life
Believes that some white man is his father
Stepfather doesnt allow
Booker T. Washingtons ides/panacea
Panacea cure all
Solution for everything
Booker T. Washington
Attended Hampton institute
Said that black people could participate in higher forms of labor and skill
Makes education meaningful
Ivy leagues schools were rushing to come up with studies of how/why black were inferior
Was a historian (Princeton) scholar
Formally segregated Washington D.C.
Imprimatur seal of approval
1890-1915 = the age of Booker T.
Black migration to Kansas
Save the white south from black control
Look at black politicians
Development of a slave system to replace slavery
13th amendment 1865 ended slavery
14th amendment made blacks citizens, invoked to protect th
Was a way to reenslave the children
Wanted to keep the parents as a landless agriculture labor force
Passed the 13th amendment
Right before he was killed
Andrew Johnson was from Tennessee
Loyal to the union
Not fond of Black people
Maria W. Chapman
Accused garnett of not thinking of something so radical
National Colored Convention Negro Convention
Thought slavery was immoral
Thought black people should have left
Would have been uncomfortable being known as the g
Internal color prejudice
Free blacks and the idea that the lighter you were, the better you were
The better you were, the closer you were to whites
Societies forming based on shade of black
Received 250 acres of land
Was in jail
A white lawyer/slave owners took down his story
Was in jail for leading a rebellion and killing many white people
Was tried and hung
His owner recognized for his intelligence
Is seen as a prophet
Palmer looks at slavery from the legislative perspective
Captain George best saw it as a disease to be black
Conflation putting two and two together
1619 first slaves appear in their colonies (the U.S.)
1624 first census was taken
Many Africans that were
God was not an abstract principle
A friend for the faithful
Someone to talk to
Creating a fictive kin network
Old testament characters took on familial roles
Those who had the power to reward and punish yo
Anyone in pow
Slaves and africans tolerated pre-marital sexual experimentation
Strict rules against close kin relationships/marriage inbreeding
1808 when the slave trade ended
Mary Boykin Chesnut
Believed that all other planters exploited their female slaves, but on
authority and power wore a white face
Herrevolk democracy master race democracy
Ex.a white 10 year old child could question a black adult
Durante vite for your life
Most colonies did away with interracial marriage
If a white woman married a slave, she be
Palmers text is written from a slaves point of view
1619 was when slaves first arrived
1619-1730 = long 1st century
Melting pot period 1730-1820
Growing native Africans population
Declining importation of slave
1807 = end of legal slave t
First Emperor of China. It was for him that the terracotta army was created.
Qin Jing Gong
an earlier ruler before the imperial era, an ancestor to the First Emperor Qin.
How is the discussion of him relevant?
Why this terracotta army?
Humans have the unique ability of cultural learning.
Socialization and enculturation help explain the sources of cultural differences.
Enculturation occurs and produces differences through specific behaviors reflecting specific
Two main goals of psychology:
Understand human behavior
Take this knowledge and apply it to make lives better.
How do we learn about human behavior?
Theory of W.E.I.R.D.O.S.
Western Educational Industrialized Rich
How To Measure Culture?
1. Values guiding principles that refer to desirable goals that motivate behavior.
Individualism versus Collectivism: the degree to which a culture encourages the needs
and values of the individual over the group.
Culture and Temperament Notes
Temperament a biologically based style of interacting with the world that exists from birth
NOT fixed at birth. May be influenced by a childs experiences in life, and thus can be
3 Types of Temperament:
o Individuals typically reject their home culture and totally assimilate to the host
o Able to move from one cultural context to another, switching their cultural styles
as they go along in acc
AfricanAmericanStudies2000(Fall2009) Dr.Lee Assignment:TakeHomeFinalExam(100points) DueDate:Friday,December11,2009by3pm Where:LeaveExamsintheEnvelopeOutsideMyOffice,130 LeConteHall
Directions: Throughout the semester, I have given you study questions to u
AfAm2000(Fall2009) Dr.Lee September810 StudyQuestionsforQuiz#3 Directions: Our third quiz will focus on your readings. Make sure that you are able to answer all of the questions listed below. That is the best way to prepare for the quiz. StudyQuestions(Ch
Antebellum Free Blacks Appeared in VA as early as 1650s Still denied basic rights and full citizenship How did they become free?! Indentured servants (completed service) Purchased freedom Manumitted by masters Some free blacks purchased their family Talk
AFAM BOOK NOTES: Slave Community Enslavement, Acculturation, and African Survivals p63 Comparing whites enslaved by African Muslims, Blassingame wrote that the degree to which they (whites) became Islamicized depended on "the length of their enslavement,
At the beginning of the transatlantic slave trade, African religious beliefs and practices were numerous and varied. In addition to a wide variety of polytheistic religions, a significant portion of the continent had for centuries fallen under Islamic inf