Race And Eighteenth Century France

Race And Eighteenth Century France
5/19/2021 Topic: Discussion 8 – Race and Eighteenth-Century France
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This is a graded discussion: 2 points possible due May 19
Discussion 8 – Race and Eighteenth-Century France 21 21
Film: “Black Mozart”
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1m39ladq07BZq5FFodz3HvtReV84QGHoC (https://drive.google.com/open?id=1m39ladq07BZq5FFodz3HvtReV84QGHoC)
Reading:
https://blackcentraleurope.com/sources/1750-1850/the-character-monostatos-in- mozarts-opera-the-magic-flute-1791/ (https://blackcentraleurope.com/sources/1750- 1850/the-character-monostatos-in-mozarts-opera-the-magic-flute-1791/)
Read the short article from the Independent. https://www.independent.co.uk/arts- entertainment/classical/features/chevalier-de-saint-georges-the-man-who-got-under- mozarts-skin-a6859191.html (https://www.independent.co.uk/arts- entertainment/classical/features/chevalier-de-saint-georges-the-man-who-got-under-mozarts- skin-a6859191.html) What evidence is produced for the claims that Mozart used Saint-Georges as the hated model for his villain in The Magic Flute? Do you find this claim convincing?
Research activity:
1. Propose a question you’d want to ask to test the thesis proposed by the author of the article.
2. Consider the following:
Is your question too broad for us to answer feasibly? Is your question too narrow to offer a significant insight into the issue at hand? Is there likely to be evidence that could answer your question? What kind of evidence? How accessible is it? How will this evidence help us answer your question? Are others likely to have posed a similar question before? How would we find out? Could their answers be useful in our search?
3. Using the following databases, (a) find ONE authoritative, current and relevant secondary source. Explain in your answer how it can help answer your question. Provide a correctly formatted citation. (b) Find ONE relevant primary source and explain its relevance.
Google Search (google.com) searches everything
Google Books (books.google.com) searches only published sources
Google Scholar (scholar.google.com) searches only peer-reviewed sources
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1m39ladq07BZq5FFodz3HvtReV84QGHoC
The character, Monostatos, in Mozart’s opera, The Magic Flute (1791)
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/classical/features/chevalier-de-saint-georges-the-man-who-got-under-mozarts-skin-a6859191.html
5/19/2021 Topic: Discussion 8 – Race and Eighteenth-Century France
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UCI Library catalogue (lib.uci.edu) searches published and peer-reviewed sources
JSTOR (www.jstor.org) searches only peer-reviewed articles from specific journals
Primary Sources (guides.lib.uci.edu/primary_sources) suggests places to find primary sources
Internet archive (archive.org) offers many sources not available on google books, can “borrow” more recent texts
4. In your responses to other students, evaluate their research question and the sources they have found. This will help you all to enhance your research skills for the final project.
Further reading:
Film announcement: https://variety.com/2020/film/news/black-mozart-movie-searchlight- stefani-robinson-stephen-williams-1234693968/ (https://variety.com/2020/film/news/black- mozart-movie-searchlight-stefani-robinson-stephen-williams-1234693968/)
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/22/arts/music/black-mozart-joseph-boulogne.html (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/22/arts/music/black-mozart-joseph-boulogne.html)
Background: Laurent Dubois A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Revolution, ch. 2. excerpt (https://canvas.eee.uci.edu/courses/35456/files/13479480/download?download_frd=1)
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