"As a first person account of being captured and becoming a prisoner of war is extremely valuable in a literature classroom. Nick being a Native and the story of being treated inhumanely by a people wielding a superior force would probably be a topic…"
"Students in my region have many relatives in the Alaska Territorial Guard. The men were the "eyes and ears" of Alaska and given instructions on what to do if the Japanese invaded. They were recruited from villages all over the coast of…"
"The evolution of replacement technologies is probably as old as the culture itself. I think that the idea that some technologies are more “fitting” to subsistence practices or “sporting” is a European construct where hunting…"
"I think that the author is saying that many traditional aspects of the culture are still observed. Some are not. Many do not make their own clothes. Some do, but most use modern fabrics. Many subsistence activities are still practiced, and in…"
"I think that Napoleon identifies with being a victim and while this might be correct to some extent, I think that he deflects from the underlying issue that he is responsible for his actions. There is no question that trauma effects people, but one…"
"Which themes were highlighted in the Migrations lecture?
The idea that Alaska is a diverse state with diverse landscapes and people was emphasized. Each geographic area has it’s own climate, flora, and fauna. Also, the people who…"