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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Inculturation

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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture 20: Lecture 20

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27 Mar 2017
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Pancho villa and zapata wanted to distribute land amongst the peasantry. Madero disagreed because he didn"t think all land had been taken away by. Diaz
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Foreign Corporation

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27 Mar 2017
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Deportations, u. s. retaliates against article 27 of the mexican constitution. Article 27 (nationalization of oil wells and land taken over by foreign
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mexican Americans, Stellar Population, Hacienda

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3 Mar 2017
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Aguirre beltran conducted many studies on the indigenous population in. Mexico (communities that retained their tribal structure: he developed refuge z
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Chichimeca, Pipiltin, Tenochtitlan

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3 Mar 2017
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The aztec empire 1430 ad, mexica were indigenous people that came from the north, no ones knows from where or why. Theory is that they came from the gr
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Nueces River, Flag Of Mexico

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3 Mar 2017
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The us as a super power had the influence to argue that the border was the rio grande river. But mexico argued it was up to the nueces river, arguing t
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pion, Nueces River

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3 Mar 2017
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In california, most people who came were investors because the land was valuable. They came to purchase property to either build ranches or sell. In te
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Rurales, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, United States V. Wong Kim Ark

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3 Mar 2017
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In terms of implementing modernization, he believed elites needed special assistance to help create wealth for the country. Scientificos belief that po
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pueblo Revolt, Los Adaes, Tamaulipas

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3 Mar 2017
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Continued new mexico 1598: mostly white elite, like mestizo, are moving. Relations with the pueblo were destabilized by rich white spaniards, because t
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Cinco De Mayo, Reform War, Pablo De La Guerra

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3 Mar 2017
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U. s. civil war + the french invasion of mexico. Relations between mexico and us after war was very hostile. They experienced wars at the same time and
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mission Indians, Peninsulars, Plan Of Iguala

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3 Mar 2017
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Continued settlement of california: the move north. Planned to bring settlers through baja, california on ship and sail in. But because it was settled
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Chichimeca, Encomienda, Afro-Latin Americans

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3 Mar 2017
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Restructuring, most chiefs and so forth were left in place, unless they fought the spanish, then they were killed. So indigenous elite would continue t
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Peninsulars, Chichimeca

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3 Mar 2017
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The government discriminated against both groups when it came to land. They were stigmatized socially and were the lowest social strata because they we
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

[ANT 322M] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (16 pages long!)

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7 Feb 2017
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There are umbrella terms used to refer to latin american immigration. But sometimes they do (it"s a class issue. : history of colonization of spanish e
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture 6: Lecture Six

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6 Feb 2017
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Mesoamerica cont, olmec disappeared around 300 bc probably because of an ecological disaster (like a hurricane). By disappear" they mean they were as t
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UT-AUSTINANT 325MCampbell CraigSpring

ANT 325M Chapter Notes - Chapter Introduction: Human Geography, Ethnography

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30 Jan 2017
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It offers us forms of continuity between fieldwork in academic and applied research context that other media cannot. They"re part of how we learn how t
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UT-AUSTINANT 325MCampbell CraigSpring

ANT 325M Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ethnography, Unobservable, Participant Observation

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30 Jan 2017
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It"s important to remember that while it"s called visual ethnography," it"s not solely visual. It"s usually combined with other forms, like writing or
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UT-AUSTINANT 325MCampbell CraigSpring

ANT 325M Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Visual Anthropology, Anthropology Of Media, Ethnography

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30 Jan 2017
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Part i: thinking about visual ethnography: historical, theoretical and. Expect the unexpected including the possibility of new visual ethnographic inno
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mexican Americans, Spanish Empire

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30 Jan 2017
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There are umbrella terms used to refer to latin american immigration. But sometimes they do (it"s a class issue. : history of colonization of spanish e
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Unfree Labour, Inferiority Complex, Acculturation

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30 Jan 2017
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Robert blauner colonized immigrant migrants: he says white ethnics moved to the u. s. voluntarily and came to escape hardships. He said when immigrants
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hispanic And Latino Americans, Acculturation

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30 Jan 2017
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Classic theoretical foundations in the study of immigration and cultural incorporation: melville herskovitz; 1939 - acculturation and assimilation. Ver
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UT-AUSTINANT 322MMenchaca MarthaSpring

ANT 322M Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mesoamerica, Neoliberalism, Paleo-Indians

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30 Jan 2017
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The focus is the ancestry of the people. People with a common ancestry identity with a specific ethnic group. Where it differs is that it"s premised up
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Tongues Untied, Marlon Riggs, World Trade Organization

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8 Dec 2016
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Set of political and policy beliefs that centers free market. Neoliberalism: a review: more than just a new neo liberalism, not a strictly democratic o
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Secular Humanism, Immunodeficiency, Pink Triangle

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8 Dec 2016
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The tumultuous 1980s: aids, neoliberalism and artistic responses. Tune in, drop in and take over mantra: review of last class, hippies, diggers, yippie
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Betty Friedan, Neal Cassady, Ken Kesey

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8 Dec 2016
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Final can be on dec. 9, 12 p. m. - 3 p. m. that"s when final paper is due. Look for something published in the last year, see something coming up in th
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Mary Brave Bird, 1968 Olympics Black Power Salute, Teatro Campesino

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8 Dec 2016
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From black power to wounded knee: ethnic nationalism in the 1960s and the 1970s. Racial dimensions of war: different ethnic groups making ties to what"
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Social Democracy, Jack Weinberg, William Calley

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8 Dec 2016
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Shaw University, Ella Baker, Totalitarianism

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8 Dec 2016
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Civil rights and the rise of the new left: or, from consensus to. From depression to cold war, general course feedback. It happened before claudette: m
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Los Angeles, Fredric Wertham, Italianamerican

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1 Nov 2016
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Anxiety and americans finding scapegoats to blame their anxiety on. The great depression: documentary impulse, world war ii, wartime propaganda. Summar
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Nazi Propaganda, Columbia University Press, White Propaganda

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29 Oct 2016
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Review and conclude; some background on okubo, wwii as a watershed, us in the world, gender women, homosexuals, other ethnic minorities: mexicans, nava
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Federal Theatre Project, Hallie Flanagan, Experimental Theatre

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28 Oct 2016
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Difficulty of cultural democracy ideal: goal: accessibility, integration of artist within community, creation of a new national art. Reality: artists o
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Federal Art Project, Edward Everett Hale, Federal Theatre Project

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28 Oct 2016
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Federal arts and cultural democracy: the federal theater project. Emphasis on farm crisis because farm life is representative of america as a whole. Aa
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Elizabeth Dilling, House Un-American Activities Committee, Mccarthyism

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25 Oct 2016
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Review: propaganda in wwii: overarching themes, why we fought. Encouraging women to work and then telling them to return home after war. Four freedoms
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Executive Order 8802, Hallie Flanagan, Double V Campaign

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20 Oct 2016
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World war ii as a watershed: review and conclude: cultural democracy, ftp and triple a plowed. Cultural democracy, the cultural front and federal one a
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pare Lorentz, Hooverville, Fireside Chats

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13 Oct 2016
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The culture of the thirties: causes and symptoms of the great depression. The depression: some bare stats: making sense of the great depression. People
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ragged Dick, Reconstruction Era, Martinsburg, West Virginia

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4 Oct 2016
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sylvia Beach, Essentialism, James Reese Europe

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3 Oct 2016
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Know to identify term, say significance and tie to reading. Questions asked to relate readings directly to the lectures. White and black expatriates in
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: H. L. Mencken, National Civil Liberties Bureau, William Jennings Bryan

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3 Oct 2016
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mechanical Engineering, Listerine, Halitosis

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3 Oct 2016
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Paris as a destination for american moderns, black and white. Introduction: modernity and the consumer society: modernization > modernity. Immigrants f
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UT-AUSTINHIS 356KJulia MickenbergFall

HIS 356K Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Alain Leroy Locke, Florence Mills, Sidney Bechet

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30 Sep 2016
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The jazz age in black and white: review and conclude: the new woman as a harbinger of the modern. World war i and battles on the home front. Central po
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