Should some people have more say in how the past is presented than others?
February 13, 2020 Comments Off on Should some people have more say in how the past is presented than others? Assignment Assignment help
  • Read Chapter 6, “How Do We Know about the Human Past?” (pgs. 169-199 in textbook)
  • Read “The Archaeology of African American Life” by Theresa A. Singleton (pgs. 286-296 in Assignment 6 module)
  • Read short article “The Looting of the Iraq National Museum and the Future of Cultural Property During Armed Conflict” by Corine Wegener (pgs. 28-30 in module)
  • Watch the segments on the mining town and slave cabins (about 40 minutes) from Other People’s Garbage from the Odyssey series (https://archive.org/details/otherpeoplesgarbage/otherpeoplesgarbagereel1.mov)
  • Watch the first segments on Montpelier (about 5 minutes) in the August 2015 episode of Strata at www.archaeologychannel.org (https://www.archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/strata-portraits-of-humanity/2261-strata-august-2015) Consider the different perspectives and descendant communities in the films you have watched and the readings in your textbook (and notice the way the information is presented in 1980 versus the 2010s).  Should some people have more say in how the past is presented than others?  If so, who and why?  Be specific with your answers by using examples.
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