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Pick only Three- explain them fully on a word doc, no special format- double spaced- no word count Since this is a test- show me you understand what you are writing about! (As the saying goes “God is in the details”)
3. Indigenous silver work/jewelry as portable wealth- Tell me about the silver jewelry being made by both South Western Indigenous artists and later the people working for Fred Harvey- who was he anyway? What does he have to do with silver work? How did the original Navajo/Dine’ silversmiths work with metal (what is ingot!) Did they make more than one style (Hopi overlay versus Navajo versus Zuni inlay)? That is explained in the lectures I gave. Is jewelry made just made to be visually pretty, or is there meaning to much of it? (Look over the readings!) Tell me about the origin of the Naja, how it was made, who worn it and why. What were/are the functions of a Concho belt (both practical- aka pawn= portable wealth and function =an aesthetically pleasing belt). Who was Sacheen Littlefeather and what does she have to do with Indigenous film/representation/art?.
4. Film! Watch the movie Reel Injun- be able to discuss the way the images of the “Indian” changed throughout time in film; what historical events happened to change this narrative, what stereotypes were shown- use specific examples shown in the film- and no, a link is not here- I had to take it down- so either don’t answer this if you did not take notes or find it at Casa Video on Speedway to rent- and if you can find it on line -woo-hoo- I looked and could not find it!)
5. What was the original use of a Katsina (Hopi), Kachina (Dine’/Navajo)? What do they represent- what does dancing/ritual have to do with the carved votives some call “dolls”? They are now collected- but what do they mean for the people who use them as opposed to the people who collect them? What are they made out of, are there just a few or 100’s? When where they used and why? What is going on with them and the agricultural cycle? Or should we even be talking about this? Should they be collected in museums? There is no correct answer to the last 2 questions here- just give it some though- I uploaded this lecture- there is a lot of information on those slides)

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