1.Why and how is the term “Doctrine of Discovery” returning at the end of the textbook? How does “The Doctrine of Discovery” seem to manifest itself, according to Dunbar-Ortiz? Be sure to provide specific examples from the reading.
2.What does Dunbar-Ortiz mean by “Narratives of Dysfunction”? What are these narratives rooted in? How does she advocate changing these narratives?
3.What examples of “self-determination” are discussed in the video “Beyond Sovereignty”? What solutions do the panelists provide for different issues?
4.What does a “race to innocence” and a “no fault history” mean, according to Dunbar-Ortiz?
5.According to the final chapter, how can US society come to terms with its past responsibly? How might this acknowledgment be healing to all people in the US?
6.Lastly, please reflect on the course materials overall – what resonated with you personally? What were your most important take-aways from this course?
Please answer each section in paragraphs