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Anthropology of Eastern Europe Midterm Exam Review

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Anthropology of Eastern Europe Midterm Exam Review ANTH151

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Date Created: 10/10/16
ANTH  151  Anthropology  of  Eastern  Europe  Midterm  Exam     Short  Essays:  choose  3  out  of  5   1. 4-­‐5  sentences  long   2. Provide  one  or  two  examples  from  lectures,  readings,  or  films   3. Understand  the  following  themes:   a. Propaganda,  ideology,  and  participation  of  the  state  in  everyday  life   under  socialism   b. Effects  of  state  policies  on  ethnic/national  identity  during  and   immediately  after  socialism   c. Ways  of  opposing  or  resisting  socialism,  nature  of  ‘underground’   movements   d. Aspects  of  identity  related  to  food,  or  marketing/consumption  of   goods  in  post  socialism   e. Aspects  of  ‘postsocialism’  such  as  ostalgie,  issues  encountered  by   young  people,  etc.   f. Summarize  one  handout  posted  in  the  class  wiki   g. Example  from  Ghodsee  book     Long  Essays:  choose  1  of  2     1. Answer  all  parts  of  the  question.  Provide  introductory  and  concluding   paragraphs,  and  at  least  one  paragraph  for  each  of  the  readings  discussed.   2. Understand  the  following  themes:   a. State  participation  and  influence  of  everyday  culture  in  socialist   Europe.     i. Elements  of  state  policy  that  influenced  every  day  life.   b. How  people’s  identities,  values,  and  sense  of  self  were  affected  after   the  end  of  socialism.  Consider  the  following:   i. East/west   ii. European/  Soviet   iii. Gender  identities   iv. Economic  identities   v. Work-­‐based  identities   vi. Political  identities   vii. End  of  the  underground   viii. Soviet  nationalities  policy     c. Using  Gohdsee  book,  describe  life  during  and  after  socialism  in   Bulgaria  using  ethnographic  examples  and  excerpts  from  interviews.   d. Choose  4  handouts  from  the  class  wiki  page  and  summarize  them.   Choose  topics  that  relate  to  each  other.  


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