Watch at least two segments of the PBS film, Slavery in the Making of America. Take notes on the facts as presented by the film: what happened, when, involving whom, why, with what consequences? Your notes should read as a play-by-play summary of the segments of the film you watch, paying extra attention to facts/events/people/things that interest you most.
2. In each applied theory essay, address these three questions:
1) What historical concepts would the theorist use to talk about slavery in American history? Reference your notes on the film plus readings & lectures to make your case.
2) What analytical approach would the theorist use to understand slavery in American history? Here you should use the theorist’s analytical concepts. Again, reference your notes on the film plus readings & lectures to make your case.
3) What research questions might the theorist ask about slavery’s causes, dynamics and effects? Please identify at least two research questions. Your questions should be “how” or “why” questions—that is, they should be explanatory questions focused on cause and effect. Again, be sure to use the theorist’s conceptual language and to reference the film plus readings & lectures to make your case.
III. Things to note:
o PleaseuseONLYmaterialsfromthiscourse(readings,lectures,thefilm).No outside sources.
o Allessaysshoulddemonstratecloseengagementwithcoursematerials,with plenty of specific references to/citation of readings, especially.
o Essays should be clear, to-the-point and well-written, with careful citation (author, year, “title,” page or lecture#) provided in footnotes.
o Your essays should consist of an introductory paragraph, a discussion that directly addresses the three questions (listed above), and a brief concluding paragraph summarizing key points.
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