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ANTH 2051STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAMNames TermsConceptsWhat does Clifford mean by the spatial practices of fieldworkSubway ethnographyhands off approach No interaction Just sit and observe people and thingsTransnational ethnographyCultural crossdressingSir Richard BurtonOfficer Linguist Ethnographer Translated Arabian nights Searched for the source of the Nile with john spekes Brought the kama sutra to England Palgi palanquin litter used to carry replicas of godsMlilandlocked country in AfricaGhori laid foundation of muslim control of indiaKhndThree kinds of ztraakti Town in indiaDasaraderived from the Sanskrit Dashahara meaning remover of bad fate is among the most important festivals celebrated in IndiaBakhnColonial archivesBlack Atlanticb lack Atlantic striving to be both European and Black through their relationship to the land of their birth and their ethnic political constituency being absolutely transformed4Middle Passage as the stage of the triangular trade in which millions of people from Africa1 were shipped to the New World as part of the Atlantic slave trade Ships departed Europe for African markets with manufactured goods which were traded for purchased or kidnapped Africans who were transported across the Atlantic as slaves the slaves were then sold or traded for raw materials2 which would be transported back to Europe to complete the voyageTriangular tradeclassic example would be the trade of sugar often in its liquid form molasses from the Caribbean to Europe or New England where it was distilled into rum The profits from the sale of sugar were used to purchase manufactured goods which were then shipped to West Africa where they were bartered for slaves The slaves were then brought back to the Caribbean to be sold to sugar planters The profits from the sale of the slaves were then used to buy more sugar which was shipped to Europe etc The trip itself took five to twelve weeks
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