3.1 [Discussion] Totems and Taboos in the Body Decorations of the Aboriginal Americas

This class is THE BODY AS ART: HISTORY OF TATTOO & BODY DECORATION

Can you do 2 part which is short answer ? 1. pick the any quote from upload file and explain why it interests you and make a question (150 word) 2. answer this question ( I wonder if there were anymore cultures besides Greece or Rome that associated with mythical creatures as a type of body arts ?) with short answer ( short paragaraph  250 word).This part I need the source for support the answer. I have the example for part one in upload files. If you have any questions, please contact

For your Initial Post (50 points):
Copy and paste a short excerpt from the module that interests you and that no one else has posted about.

Explain why it interests you, and ask a thoughtful question about it: What more would you like to know about it? Be specific. Your question must be relevant to the module’s focus (i.e., culture and time period).
Include the module page number where your excerpt is located.

 Do not ask an irrelevant question or a question that is too broad to answer. Please be realistic and ask a focused question that is relevant to the module topic and is possible to research and to answer in a paragraph or two. Your question must be relevant to the module’s focus (i.e., culture and time period)no questions about opinions or other personal matters. (pick any part on upload file)
For your Classmate Response Post (30 points):
Choose one (1) classmate’s Initial Post about a different question than yours to research online. The question you choose to answer must be relevant to the module’s focus (i.e., culture and time period). The question is  **Are Inuit piercing (Tupik mi) permanent? What is the significance of Inuit men’s tattoos?**

Refer to at least one of your research sources to answer their question in one or two detailed paragraphs. You must refer to your research to answer their question, and you cannot repeat information from the module or from previous answers. Opinions unsupported by research will not earn any credit.
Include the title and the link of at least one online research source that you used to answer. (Example: Tattoo MuseumTattoo History, Culture, Tattoos Designs Symbols, Tattoo Photos: http://www.vanishingtattoo.com/tattoo_museum/index.html.) Wikipedia is not a valid source.
Do not repeat questions or answers that have already been posted. Redundant posts will not earn full credit.