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This assignment has three (3) parts:
Apply your historical, contextual, and theoretical learning of Ethnic Studies to the contemporary issue of your choice, with a focus on intersectional or relational aspects of oppression and/or solidarity in anti-racist/anti-colonial movements. Research a topic (event, policy, idea, location), develop a thesis, and provide evidence to support your ideas.
You may choose to present your final project any way you wish: a collection of poems, a short story (fiction or non-fiction), a painting, a drawing comic (book), a performance (live or recorded), original music, an annotated playlist, pottery, food, etc. If you choose this option, you must get it approved by Professor Irwin in advance.
Reflection for Creative Option
Create a digital collection of objects, practices, performances, and appearances. Annotated them with Museum Title Cards describing the significance of each object in the larger scheme of the exhibition.
Format: Google Slides or PowerPoint
In this project, you must:
Reflection for Annotated Exhibition