WMS 70 Midterm Answer TWO of the following questions. Use 2.5 pages per question. IMPORTANT: Upload your file as a Word document (not a pdf). Good luck! Helpful hints 1) Be sure to cite examples from the text. If you characterize an author as making a certain argument, back it up with a quotation and page number. Remember, you are trying to demonstrate that you understand core concepts and arguments advanced by authors that we’ve read in class. Pay attention to the readings! You may use parenthetical citations (AUTHOR NAME, PAGE NUMBER) and, since you are only expected to use texts assigned in class, you don’t need to provide a “Works Cited” page. 2) If you get confused, don’t panic. Look back over your class notes. We’ve been doing intersectional analyses in literally every lecture. 3) There is a grading rubric posted in the files section of this sort. Take a look and let me know if you have any questions. Textbooks link: QUESTIONS 1) What would an intersectional, decolonial feminist interpretation of the event with Nathan Phillips OR the Kimberlé Crenshaw video look like? Choose ONE of these videos and write your response. Use two of the readings to elaborate your position. Video of Nathan Phillips: Kimberlé Crenshaw on Intersectionality: 2) How does Angela Davis’ argument about the post-slavery instantiation of racism and the myth of the black rapist manifest in the case of the Central Park Five? 3) What is settler colonialism? How does settler colonialism affect the protagonist’s expression of sexuality and gender identity in the documentary Kumu Hina? Use the Decolonizing Feminist reading and one other article of your choice to elaborate your response. 4) What is settler colonialism? According to Sarah Deer, how does settler colonialism affect rates of sexual violence against indigenous women today? How might the prioritization of native feminisms help address this problem? Use at Deer and at least one other article to answer this question.