Section Two: YOU CAN CHOOSE ANY ONE BELOW:
1. For modernist anthropologists, representation was a straightforward thing that never really had to be thought about when making social theory. Now it does. Why? What happened in the development of anthropological theory and the world that made the question of representation such an important subject politically for anthropology?
2. If anthropology did not exist, would it have to be invented? If it were reinvented, would it be the anthropology we have now? With what you have read and learned so far about the politics of modernist anthropology, about its logics and forms, and about the critiques of modernist anthropology in terms of questions of race and culture, liberal anthropology, and white supremacy answer the question.