Module 3 Quiz
This virtual assessment for Module 3 will take the form of a multiple choice quiz.
The questions in the quiz will draw upon material presented in the lecture as well as the self study components.
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If critical theory “provides the descriptive and normative bases for social inquiry aimed at decreasing domination and increasing freedom in all their forms”, is it a productive lens for exploring yoga in its premodern and modern manifestations? Select which statement is most in keeping with the material presented in the course.
Select which of the following statements could define Orientalism:
Did Gayatri Spivak write:
Does Judith Butler’s argument that gender is performative mean that:
Who, from the discipline of American legal studies, is most closely associated with Critical Race Theory?
Does bell hooks’ statement: “I came to theory because I was hurting… I wanted to make the hurt go away. I saw in theory then a location for healing,” resonate with the darśanas, systems of Indian philosophy and theology?
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” Who said this?
Is it appropriate to make a connection between spiritual liberation as freedom from saṃsāra or repeated birth and death, and social and economic freedom in the modern period? Rank the following statements. Select which statements you agree with.