PART I: Definitions (60/100 marks): Answer all of the following in your own word
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PART I: Definitions (60/100 marks): Answer all of the following in your own words (no quotations allowed), with correct and thorough source citations:
a) Define the term (2.5 points)
b) Briefly explain the relevance of the term in relation to course material (10 points)
c) Give ONE illustrative example of the term, explaining briefly how it applies Your example may be drawn from whatever sources you choose, e.g., course readings, lectures, etc. (2.5 points).
Colonial tropes of animalization (15 marks) Word count maximum: 300 words.
Normalization vs. Naturalization (15 marks) Word count maximum: 300 words.
YOU ARE EXPECTED TO DO THIS WORK INDEPENDENTLY. YOUR WORK WILL BE CHECKED FOR ORIGINALITY BY TURNITIN. YORK UNIVERSITY TAKES ACADEMIC INTEGRITY SERIOUSLY. YOU ARE REMINDED THAT YOU MAY BE CHARGED WITH AN ACADEMIC OFFENCE FOR PLAGIARISM.
Nature-nurture debate (15 marks) Word count maximum: 300 words.
Eugenics (15 marks) Word count maximum: 300 words.
PART 2: Essay question (40/100 marks):
Using only course material, with thorough and correct source citation, answer the following essay question in your own words (no quotations allowed). Specific point breakdown is noted. Word count maximum for this question: 600 words. Please separate your answer into sections a, b, c, and d.
a) Define global North and global South (5 points). b) What is Eurocentrism? is it synonymous with racism? (5 points). c) How is Eurocentrism relevant to Stuart Hall’s discussion of the concept of the “West and the Rest,” (15 points) as well as d) the Mercator vs. Peter maps (15 points)?
Williams, “Empire as a Way of Life,” 81-88
Felix Greene, “How It Began” 88-97.
Jerry Kloby. “The Legacy of Colonialism,” 99-107.
Colonialism in Africa, 1914 (map).
Wainaina, How to Write About Africa, 1-3.
Stuart Hall (1992). “The West and the Rest: Discourse and Power,” in Formations of Modernity, 276-314 and 325- 329
Nancy Scheper-Hughes, “Human traffic: exposing the brutal organ trade.” New Internationalist, May, 2014.Amrita Pande, “‘At Least I Am Not Sleeping with Anyone’: Resisting the Stigma of Commercial Surrogacy in India”. Feminist Studies. 36.2 (2010): 292-312.
Dorothy Roberts, “Killing the Black Body,” 482-500.
Anna Davin, “Imperialism and Motherhood” 60-65.
Frank Dikotter, “Race Culture: Recent Perspectives on the History of Eugenics.” 66-68.
Evelynn M. Hammonds, “New Technologies of Race.” 69-74.
Ruth Hubbard, “Race and Sex as Biological Categories.”
Robert Salpolsky, “Testosterone Rules”
Courtney Ariel, “For Our White Friends Desiring to Be Allies” in Soujourners, August 16, 2017.