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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT100Y1
Professor
Hillary Cunningham
Semester
Fall

Description
ANT110 Nov.5th -examining nature/culture dualism through nature scripting: -primitivism -male/female dualism (King Kong, Niagara) -emotion/reason dualism -passion/conscience dualism -human/nonhuman dualism -Emotion/reason dualism: mad scientists/men -Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) -in all the movies including King Kong, Niagara, and Moby-Dick, all the civilized white men go on journeys to the edge of culture into the unknown nature -in Niagara, George goes through the thrush hole and brings destructions; -Ahab's obsession to kill Moby-Dick too brings destructions to not only himself but also the whole crew -Doctor Frankenstein's ambition to creates a human being also ends up in disasters -Jurassic Park: the saying "Life finds a way" criticizes the arrogance
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