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Lecture 11

ANTH 140 Lecture Notes - Tim Wise
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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTH 140
Professor
Warren R.Perry
Lecture
11

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Video: Among the Wild Chimpanzees
Jane Goodall’s study 1960-to present, longest study of wild animals
Arrived at Gombe in 1960, brought her mother and a cook, but virtually alone
Chimps ran away from her for the first few months, watched them from a peak so
they could get used to her presence, took months
She named the chimps and recognized them
Chimpanzees are nomadic, and noisy and excitable, calm and gentle
Began coming to her after one chimp took bananas from tent
Young chimps learn mothering skills from mother, young chimps are interested in
new infants
Chimps make tools to get to termites and water
Chimps killed and ate young animals
Chimps caught polio from nearby epidemic
Jane’s son grew up in Gombe
The group she was studying split up and the chimps from the larger group began
attacking the ones from the smaller group
Two chimps went around killing newborn babies and eating them
Tim Wise: White Like Me
Based on another book by Griffin: Black Like Me
White bonding
Definitions
White: those persons typically of European descent who able to
perceived as white; dominant group of society; social construct
consequent of living in a white supremacist society
Privilege:
Book Sections
Intro to 3rd ed.
Wrote a new edition because he wasn’t considered white, his
father is Jewish and mother Anglo-Celtic
Preface
What happened to you?”
Wondering why he became an advocate for African-Americans
Book is written for white people
Asked audience when they became aware of racism
Born to belonging
To be born into a system that has been set up for your benefit by
people like you
Awakenings
How he grew up, grew up poor in the south
Starting to hear and understand the world of whiteness he lived in
Sent to Tennessee State University for daycare
Mother reported teacher for asking him why he hung with the
black children
Middle Passage
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find more resources at oneclass.com ● Video: Among the Wild Chimpanzees ○ Jane Goodall’s study 1960-to present, longest study of wild animals ○ Arrived at Gombe in 1960, brought her mother and a cook, but virtually alone ○ Chimps ran away from her for the first few months, watched them from a peak so they could get used to her presence, took months ○ She named the chimps and recognized them ○ Chimpanzees are nomadic, and noisy and excitable, calm and gentle ○ Began coming to her after one chimp took bananas from tent ○ Young chimps learn mothering skills from mother, young chimps are interested in new infants ○ Chimps make tools to get to termites and water ○ Chimps killed and ate young animals ○ Chimps caught polio from nearby epidemic ○ Jane’s son grew up in Gombe ○ The group she was studying split up and the chimps from the larger group began attacking the ones from the smaller group ○ Two chimps went around killing newborn babies and eating them ● Tim Wise: White Like Me ○ Based on another book by Griffin: Black Like Me ○ White bonding ○ Definitions ■ White: those persons typically of European descent who able to perceived as white; dominant group of society; social construct consequent of living in a white supremacist society ■ Privilege: ○ Book Sections ■ Intro to 3rd ed. ● Wrote a new edition because he wasn’t considered white, his father is Jewish and mother Anglo-Celtic ■ Preface ● “What happened to you?”
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