Answer the following essay question using on the order of 400 to 600 words, roughly five to seven paragraphs. This will likely be on the order of three to four pages, possibly more depending on spacing. Spelling, grammar, and clarity of thought will all be marked. I prefer a typed essay, but will accept a very legibly hand written essay. You can email your essay to me as an attachment if you like: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do send in your paper by email and your email address is something like "email@example.com," then please make sure your name is on your paper!
Quotes to help frame your thinking prior to reading the topic:
This has been a very unique term in SC/SS 115 Ethnobotany. This is the first, and quite likely the last, term in which the class has been composed solely of female students. Your essay should focus on the role of women in the transmission of ethnobotanical cultural knowledge to the next generation. Your essay should address/answer questions such as:
As your write your essay, think too about the "framing" quotes to help you focus your essay. Do not necessarily limit yourself to the above questions, they are intended to help guide you. Your essay should be based on your own personal experience and knowledge. The essay should exhibit careful and critical thinking, clarity and coherency as an essay, demonstrate thoughtful reflection on the role of women in ethnobotanical knowledge and culture, and be supported by examples from your own life and experiences.
Due 4:15 P.M. Tuesday 14 December 2004