Average Rating 0 Reviews View This module provides essays and lesson plans for teachers who want to introduce the complex identities of people in the ancient Middle East. More important than race and religion were identities formed on the basis of age and gender, tribal membership, language spoken or the cities in which they lived. It includes the following essays: "The Question of Identity: Ethnicity, Language, Religion, and Gender" "Ethnicity and Race" "Language and Identity" "The Creation of Ethnicity" "How Do We Know About Ancient Ethnicity?" "Has Race Always Been Significant to Identity?" Related Resources Immigration MythsHistory & Culture The Arab Spring: An Interactive Timeline of Middle East ProtestsHistory & Culture National Library Archives Trace History of Qatar’s FlagHistory & Culture Restaurant in JerusalemHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.