Repatriation Hopi Kachina figures
Requirements – Use this as a checklist when handing in your paper – Did you include everything?
3-4 pages, double spaced, NOT including images, cover page or bibliography
Use Times New Roman or Palatino font
Include a cover page with your name, course number and section and your paper title
Include in-text citations in MLA 8 format – See MLA Handbook on Blackboard
Include a work cited page in MLA 8 format- See MLA Handbook on Blackboard
Use at least 5 sources – at least 2 must be journal articles, periodicals or books (i.e. not websites)
Paper Organization: Introduction with a thesis statement, evidence to back up thesis and a conclusion
Use art history vocabulary in your paper and visual analysis of the artwork(s)
On the last page include 2 images of artworks discussed in the paper with the following information
as a caption below: Artist (if known), Title, Date, Country/Culture, Medium and Dimensions
What is repatriation and what is NAGPRA? Why should museums return cultural objects to Native American tribes and nations? What are some of the complications related to the process of repatriation? Please address at least one specific cultural object or group of cultural objects in your paper and explain the process by which they were taken from their original location and owners/caretakers and then how/if they were returned.
Repatriation: Hopi Kachina figures
Here are some additional questions you may want to address in the body of your paper:
Why was the artwork or cultural object created?
What was the purpose of the artwork or cultural object?
Who is the intended audience for the artwork or cultural object? How was it produced?
What is the political, economic, religious and/or social context? i.e what was happening in society at the time when it was made?
Where was it located after it was completed and who had access to it? What is the response to the artwork?
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