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Artifact Analysis: Circassian Kitchen

Alexander Twombly 10/18/2016 Core 330 Artifact Analysis Circassian kitchen:   Gender roles in jordan have been a very common topic that has been discussed in class recently. As we have talked about in class women are treated very differently in jordan than in the United States. I think that this picture does represent the roles […]



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Artifact Analsis: Circassian Kitchen

In my paper about cultural analysis I chose to analyze an image of a Circassia kitchen. This image helps talk about and explain the role of women in a Circassia Society. Within the image there are 6 women total all doing various things? 5 of the women were wearing traditional clothing’s. Overall the image makes […]



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Artifact Analysis

The artifact I chose to analyze is the Circassian Kitchen. It is a picture of Middle Eastern women making food in a kitchen, but what kind of food are they cooking? Also, why aren’t there any men helping the women in this picture? The latter question instantly popped into my mind when I first saw […]



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Married to a Bedouin Reflection

Married to a Bedouin is a very interesting book written about the experiences Marguerite van Geldermalsen went through when she gave up her previous life as a nurse in New Zealand and married Mohammad, a Bedouin souvenir seller in Petra, Jordan. The lifestyles are very different between being a nurse in New Zealand and living […]



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Artifact Analysis Summary

Dillan Hodak Artifact Analysis COR JORDAN Photo of Circassian Women Cooking My artifact analysis was on the photo of the Circassian women in the kitchen. The photo depicts four women in a kitchen laughing and seemingly having a good time.  In my analysis, I basically talked about how women in Jordan are held down and […]



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