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PART ONE: GLOSSARY TERMS (5 points each)

Briefly define four of the following terms as defined by the indicated texts/sources (two from Column A and two from Column B). Be sure to cite (e.g. page number[s]) your answers.

Column A

Column B

Racial Formation (Honma)

Liberalism (Lepore & Lecture Slides)

Racist Idea (Kendi)

Nation (Anderson)

Intersectionality (Kendi)

State (Lepore)

Whiteness (Honma)

Nationalism (Lepore)

Post-Racial Society (Omi & Winant)

Nation-state (Lepore)

PART TWO: SHORT ANSWER (10 points each)

Answer six of the below questions with a relevant short answer (~2-5 sentences) choosing two from Section 1, two from Section 2, and two from Section 3. Be sure to cite (e.g. page number[s]) your answers.

Section 1

  1. Describe the two major intellectual camps of the twentieth-century that viewed theories of race in biological and social terms respectively (Omi & Winant).
  2. What is Park’s “race-relations cycle,” and according to Omi & Winant, why is it an insufficient theory of race?
  3. How do racist ideas endure and evolve (Kendi)?
  4. How does Kendi define segregationists, assimilationists, and anti-racists and their relationship to one another?

Section 2

  1. What is the difference between a nation, state, and a nation-state (Anderson; Lepore)?
  2. What is the difference between nationalism and patriotism and why is it important to differentiate between the two (Lepore)?
  3. Why does Lepore believe that it would be more accurate to consider the United States a “state-nation”?
  4. What component of Lepore’s definition of liberalism runs counter to Hobbes’s view of humanity?

Section 3

  1. In what ways can “celebratory multiculturalism” be a problematic way of thinking about race (Honma)?
  2. What is a “natural theory of violence” and why do Lawrence & Karim reject it?
  3. When theorizing violence, what are the why, where, what, and who questions that must be addressed (Lawrence & Karim)?
  4. According to Blackhawk, what work did violence do in the forming of America?
 
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