Explain the “Iceberg Concept of Culture” (Moule, Figure 5.1) and how it applies to the example you described.

How does the definition of culture, as defined in the Moule text, differ from how you may have previously defined it?
Describe an example of an issue from your personal experience in working with culturally diverse students or an issue you have faced as an educator or learner in an educational setting, focusing on the role that culture played in the situation. How did you address or might you have addressed the issue?
Explain the “Iceberg Concept of Culture” (Moule, Figure 5.1) and how it applies to the example you described.
Make connections between your example and the articles you located.
Include citations for the three articles you referenced.

Write about a cultural object which is potato chips and elaborate the cultural, political, and economic history of the context from which it emerges, and how that object and context relate to the overall processes and changes of Globalization.

Write about a cultural object which is potato chips and elaborate the cultural, political, and economic history of the context from which it emerges, and how that object and context relate to the overall processes and changes of Globalization.

Reference Richard Peet’s ideas of Globalization as a primary reference for this paper as well as Karl Marx’ ideas of commodification.

Describe the general rationale for Africana meaning-making practices “breaking the aesthetic contract” with western aesthetics [see The Mask of Art]

Define the meaning-making [aesthetic] processes and/or modalities of a cultural text or practice (or set of cultural texts or practices) of your choosing. Follow the format outlined below:

• Give your working definition and theory of Africana meaning making. Use no fewer than two citations each from each of our course texts:

o Describe the general rationale for Africana meaning-making practices “breaking the aesthetic contract” with western aesthetics [see The Mask of Art]
o Identify basic broadly-articulated values of Africana meaning-making derived from select systems [see Flash of the Spirit]
o Describe objectives for creating and using Black art in “modern” African America [see The Black Arts Movement, “After the Black Arts Movement” and Forgeries of Memory and Meaning]