Write an essay that explores indigenious writers by denaturalizing the famous image of the young black soldier
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OPTION 1: In “Just Don’t Call Us Late To Supper,” Chelsea Vowel writes that, in reference to Indigenous peoples, we should use the word peoples vs. people (10). Since the word people is already plural, this can be confusing. Write an essay that explores why she makes this distinction. Why is it especially important when referring to Indigenous groups? OPTION 2: In “Semiotics for Beginners,” Daniel Chandler reports that “[Roland] Barthes saw myth as serving the ideological interests of the bourgeoisie” (16). Write an essay that explores this idea by denaturalizing the famous image of the young black soldier (14). What is its denotation vs. its connotation? How might bourgeois ideology be being transmitted through this image? OPTION 3: In Chapter 13, Vowel writes that “the idea that Canadian society is evolving and progressing is an important part of the colonial imaginary. The myth is that progress is tied to the passage of time, thus, things are always inevitably getting better” (119). What is the “colonial imaginary” and why does it rely upon locating “injustice in the past, and only rarely in contemporary contexts” (120)? Submission status This assignment will accept submissions from Thursday, 4 June 2020, 4:30 PM Submission statusNo attempt Grading statusNot graded Due dateThursday, 4 June 2020, 7:30 PM Time remaining3 hours 2 mins Last modified- Submission comments Comments (0) Jump to… Jump to…