How can anthropology help us see the world in a way that we can imagine it otherwise?
**Rough Draft due Monday, Dec 6th, 11:59pm**
**Due December 17th, 11:59pm**
5 -7 pages, double spaced, 1 inch margins
You paper must have:
A social construct and a related dominant narrative. Your construct can be intersectional. THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLES: Please do not just COPY THE EXAMPLE.
Be creative! Meaning, for example, you can choose to explore:
Gender and how it intersects with Race or Class.
Or, other options for a social construct are: Nationality, Religion, Sexuality, ableism/disability
Try to connect this to things youve actually observed on your block. They dont have to be directly from your observation you did for class, but they do need to be things youve seen or experienced in your own life, ideally about your block.
One reading from the course to go with the social construct
Choose one dominant narrative related to your social construct that you will deconstruct (challenge, undo). **Like the way the podcast did with the dominant narrative of Black on Black Crime**
Choose one of the following concepts (Orientalism, Culture Talk, discourse, or intersectionality – and a related reading) that you will use to deconstruct that dominant narrative.
Once you have all these, start an outline for your final paper. In class you can work with a partner to refine your outline. Your outline must include a thesis statement and full outline of your final paper. Make sure youve included everything listed in the rubric.
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