Question: Evaluate the significance of music and religion to African-American slave culture and American culture.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:28 am ad1c9bdddf
The humanistic significance of music and religion during African enslavement in America can be identified as an important form of "release". The hardships involved required an equally rigorous form of release. Furthermore there was no model of intellectual realease for African American slaves, therefore the abstract unstructured elements involved in the arts and the creative process were naturally accessible.
Religion: Most African Americans were allowed to abscribe to the Baptist aspect of Christianity. ...
The solution looks at the importance of music and religion to African-American slave culture and its eventual influence in American culture.
1-Highlight and explain one example for each of the following terms:cultural interaction, integration, assimilation; with illustrations from the material covered in chapter 1 reading.
2-West African experience: what are the three most significant factors that impacted the west african experience in the slave trade and coming into the new world? be specific with ethnic groups.
3-Central African experience: what are the three most significant factors that impacted the central African experience in the slave trade and coming into the new world? be specific with ethnic groups.
4-Explain what connections we see between one (or more) of the slave trade tables (1-10) in chapter 1 and the transatlantic trade article. be specific with examples.
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