1) Preparation: Take detailed notes during class and read the appropriate chapter from “Practices of Looking” by Roland Barthes and/or assigned text(s). 2) Visual Materials: You will need to submit visual materials (powerpoint) to aid in your verbal analysis. Include at least one image (no more than five) relevant to your artifact. You must include a poster of the film (“Dirty Pretty Things” (2007)), a short trailer or excerpt (one min. or less), and a brief summary of the story (written by YOU). You may also include additional stills, promotional materials, production photographs, or photographs of the cast/crew, if it is relevant to the analysis. 3) Theoretical analysis: Consider your artifact in the context of the theory Global Art and Postcolonialism. A list of questions for each theoretical approach are included below: Where was the artifact produced (a culture, a nation, a diaspora, etc.)? Was the artifact produced in an imperialist/colonial context? Post-imperialist/colonial? Does the artifact have a global footprint (distributed on a global scale)? Does the artifact address issues in globalization (the integration of different areas of the world and their respective worldviews, commercial products, ideas, money, and cultural products)?