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Question 1: Human zoos (also called "ethnological expositions" or "Negro Villages") were 19th and ________ public exhibits of humans, usually in a "natural" or "primitive" state.
200720th century21st century20th century events

Question 2: [17] In August 2005, ________ also displayed humans wearing fig leaves (though in this case, the participants volunteered).
Chester ZooBristol ZooLondon ZooWhipsnade Zoo

Question 3:
Human zoo, Imperialism and Philippine–American War are all:
Scientific racism Racism Anthropology History of colonialism

Question 4: Ethnographic zoos were often predicated on unilinealism, scientific racism, and a version of ________.
Darwin–Wedgwood familySocial DarwinismCharles DarwinCharles Darwin's religious views

Question 5: In 1904, ________, Igorots (from the Philippines) and the famous Ota Benga were displayed, dubbed as "primitive", at the Saint Louis World Fair.
ArizonaNew MexicoApachePhoenix, Arizona

Question 6:
Human zoo, Ethnography and Emic and etic are all:
Scientific racism History of colonialism Ethnography Postcolonialism

Question 7: During the Renaissance, the ________ developed a large menagerie in the Vatican.
House of BourbonHouse of HabsburgHouse of MediciHouse of Bonaparte

Question 8:
Human zoo, History of Ireland and History of the Incas are all:
Ethnography History of colonialism Postcolonialism History by ethnic group

Question 9: However, human zoos would become common only in the 1870s in the midst of the ________ period.
New ImperialismBritish EmpireCubaScramble for Africa

Question 10: Visited by 28 million people, the 1889 World's Fair displayed 400 ________ as the major attraction.
EuropeAfricaIndigenous peoples by geographic regionsIndigenous peoples







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