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Read the section in Chapter 2: Indigenous Heritage from Mexico and the Arrival o

Read the section in Chapter 2: Indigenous Heritage from Mexico and the Arrival of the Spanish. Many Mexican-American artists (and other Latinx artists) use either Pre-Columbian (Mesoamerican) or Spanish Colonial subjects (such as art, architecture, gods and goddesses, even famous people, such as the conquistador, Hernán Cortés) in contemporary artworks, like a kind of "cultural vocabulary." Find an example of iconography - symbolism or subject matter - from either pre-contact or Spanish Colonial Mexico. What is the history behind this…

Colonial Images of African Americans Art historians frequently study depictions

Colonial Images of African Americans Art historians frequently study depictions of race and/or ethnicity in art in order to better understand common attitudes and prejudices the dominant (white) American public believed about people of color in Colonial America. Artists of color, on the other hand, such as Scipio Moorehead, may have chosen to show another person of color in ways that defy these prejudices. In the text there is a discussion of Scipio Moorhead's portrait of Phillis Wheatley. Compare this…

Do you feel Anxious, constantly on edge having trouble sleeping? You could be su

Do you feel Anxious, constantly on edge having trouble sleeping? You could be suffering from Anti-social Behavior. Antisocial behavior (ASB) affects lots of people and can have an impact on you, your home and your community. What is ASB? Antisocial behavior is characterized as Disruptive acts and intentional aggression towards others Being reckless towards others because of lack of empathy and feeling disregard for one's self. ASB can easily be seen as a behavioral disorder because of the behaviors that…

Topic 3: Your Choice Write an essay in which you turn in toward the text using t

Topic 3: Your Choice Write an essay in which you turn in toward the text using the tools of new criticism: imagery, symbolism, simile and metaphor, denotation and connotation; and/or turn in toward the text using the tools of deconstruction: repetition and opposition; And/or turn out toward the text using the lens of gender studies psychological theory, historicism, or new historicism. You may use a combination of any of the literary strategies presented in your textbook to support your thesis. …

Paragraph 1 – What is the ONE thing you thought was most important in Dr. Lisa D

Paragraph 1 - What is the ONE thing you thought was most important in Dr. Lisa Damour's talk, why was it important, and what is a personal example of how this applies (or will apply) to you? Paragraph 2 - What is the ONE thing you thought was most important in Dr. Meg Jay's talk, why was it important, and what is a personal example of how this applies (or will apply) to you?  Ted talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzuUljh-9uI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhhgI4tSMwc

Respond to question #3 under “Questions for Reflection and Discussion” on page 3

Respond to question #3 under "Questions for Reflection and Discussion" on page 391. The Question - "Discuss some of the political, cultural, and religious consequences of Alexander the Great's conquest of the eastern Mediterranean world (see Chs. 3 and 29). How do the voluntary Hellenization of many Jews and the Maccabean Revolt fit into the larger picture of the Hellenistic age created by Alexander and his successors?" Please refer to the book for your answer.

Approaching the Everyday Argument Instructions: This week your goal is to put an

Approaching the Everyday Argument Instructions: This week your goal is to put an academic argument to real use as you create a persuasive text for a real-world audience outside of the university setting.  Your purpose statement will explain how you considered the audience and purpose when making decisions about your everyday argument. Part One: The Visual Argument Create your own visual argument by completing the following: Create a one-page public advocacy poster that targets a specific audience with a message…

The purpose of the Organization Essay is to apply the tools learned in Unit 3 on

The purpose of the Organization Essay is to apply the tools learned in Unit 3 on Organization to write an organized essay that has both focus and shape. Here are the details: Do some brainstorming, freewriting, reaction, etc. to come up with an essay topic. It could be a topic from your Reader Response in the last Unit, or it can be a whole different topic. When you get a specific topic, create a thesis using the Topic + Claim…