B. Collaborative Work (from 9:50 until 10:35: 45 minutes)
Based on the character that matches the food choice of your working group, work collaborativelyon a shared bDrive document that includes a historical background (100-200 words); a syntheticprofile or biography; and a musical example (soundtrack); all based on the guidelines givenbelow.When setting up your workspace and evaluating your sources for the assignment, feel free toconsult with the instructors.
1. Historical Background (100-200 words)
Discuss the historical background of the character and of the topics that may be related to it, andsummarize it in 100-200 words.Use primarily the Class Syllabus (including assigned books, articles, etc.), the Encyclopaedia
Judaica, the Course Blog and any other resources from the Library.
Write a synthetic profile/biography of a "character" (either hypothetical or historical) based on theone matching your working group’s food choice, the topics that may be related to it, and thehistorical background you just wrote.Compile the profile based on the following parameters:1.name(s)2.relevant biographical dates (birth, immigration, death, etc.)3.gender 4.age5.languages known/spoken6.socio-economic standing, class, etc.7.dress code8.profession9.political orientation/beliefs10.religious persuasion(s)11.food habits12.relationship with land/lands of origin13.avatar (you may use the UCB Library Image databases as well as images.google.com
We Are What We Eat
: MidtermMUS 74&139 @UCB | Fall 2013F. Spagnolo & R. Colwell