In this particular period of time, what school subjects were most often taught to young African American?
a. biology and physics
b. home economics and agriculture
c. chemistry and language arts
d. history and political science
Which period of time would that be?
Does anyone know where I could find information on Penny Sisto the textile artist?
I found her website. Specifically I am doing research on African American art/artist/history. The small biography does not state much and there is not background like what inspired her to do her african american pieces. does any one know if she is an african american artist, I don't mean to be rude. If anyone has any please inclose a source. I know that there is an email address in her pennysisto.com website but I am not sure how to ask this question. Thank you for all of your help
If I want to work for UNICEF or a similar organization, what should I get my master's degree in?
I am soon going to graduate with a Bachelors of Arts in English Language and Literature, with a triple minor in Education, Photography, and African American History. I am planning on going to graduate school, but I am not sure what my masters should be in. Help?
When I was in grad school, the people earning their Master's in Social Science were the ones doing that type of work. Http://grad.towson.edu/program/master/sosc-ms/ I hope this link helps you.
Why do so many American students major in crap humanities subjects like philosophy, art, etc?
At my university you'll generally find a lot of the brainiest people majoring in math, science, technology, technical aspects of business (like finance/accounting), and/or foreign language (this is technically humanities but a lot different harder than general humanities and unlike majoring in Art or Philosophy can lead to great great job prospects and help oneself and one's nation).
I notice these departments have much higher rates of international students (many are very smart Chinese and Indian students) than the humanities departments like sociology, "cultural studies," american studies, history, "african-american studies," etc which are full of partying Americans who don't take intellectualism too seriously. What is happening to our culture, why is intellectuality being so discouraged by many?
These humanities tend to be way more full of outspoken liberals who will wax on and on about needing to increase taxes on the wealthy
I am a physics major and one of only two Americans in our 20 person department.
Excellent observation. Americans cannot pay attention, because we are trained not to in government schools and by television. We are trained that self expression is art and the silly humanities, and a real virtue to pursue. Those majors are for BSers and liars.
I think a lot of intelligent people are very disinterested in school. I absolutely hated school, and ignored it at all costs. I knew my lessons were lies and I was smarter than my teachers, so I learned to tune out. It was not a lot of fun to go back to school and learn math for a degree in economics, but I did it. I now avoid television, junk food, silly people and meditate, and I am in charge of my life. Most people arent.
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Which best describes the popular amusements of the late 1800s?
They were available to a small segment of the population.
They were heavily censored by the government.
They were inexpensive and readily available to large numbers of people.
They were mainly imported from Europe and Asia.
What caused newspaper publishers to encourage "sensational" reporting?
competition for readers
the high price of paper and ink
growing interest in sports
the popularity of comic strips
How did minstrel shows portray African Americans?
as proud and free Americans
as wealthy industrialists
as respected but poor farmers
What effect did bicycling and other sports have on women's clothing?
made clothing more practical
made wearing pants acceptable
forced women to wear corsets
forced women to wear hats
Why did African American art forms change as their popularity grew?
to include Native American ideas
to push for equal rights
to appeal to British royalty
to meet the tastes of white audiences
Would you trust me to give you the right answers? You shouldn't...
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