HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

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HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities
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HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

A+ Entire Course: Course Project Week 2, 6, 8|Annotated Bibliography Week 3, 4|Discussions Week 1-7

Course Project Proposal Week 2

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 Guidelines for the Proposal (100 points): A proposal offers a detailed and full description of your project (as best you know it at the time of writing) in no more than 2 pages.  To succeed, students will need to find at least one source of information related to their topics.  Students may work with their professors to identify areas of inquiry or may accept a topic and focus from the list. Understand that you are making a best effort to describe your project early on, but allow yourself to be open to growth and change as you conduct research and focus your intentions.

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The purpose of this paper is to identify the main differences in thought and philosophies as presented by Plato and Aristotle, and determine how their beliefs influence contemporary views pertaining life, freedom, happiness, pleasure, equality, truth, justice, and power, among others.  This will also touch briefly on Plato’s belief in society…

HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

Annotated Bibliography Week 3 

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(Part I, Two Annotations required)

This week (Part I) you are to create a complete Annotated Bibliography for 2 academic scholarly sources, which include your introduction and thesis, publication details, and the annotation (see below for examples of each component).  In week 4, you will complete this process for 3 additional sources.  A total of 5 academic-scholarly sources are required for completion of your final research project.

Scholarship means that

  • the author has a Ph.D. or other terminal degree,
  • the work appears in a multi-volume, peer-reviewed journal,
  • and has ample references at the end.

Good annotations

  • capture publication details,
  • offer a student introduction and thesis, and
  • a detailed reading of the source, covering the following:
  1. Offers the student’s introduction and thesis to the best extent s/he knows it at this point in time,
  2. Summarizes key points, and
  3. identifies key terms (using quotation marks, and citing a page in parentheses);
  4. Locates controversies or “problems” raised by the articles;
  5. States whether the student agrees or disagrees and gives reasons;
  6. Locates one or two quotations to be used in the final research project; and
  7. Evaluates the ways in which this article is important and has helped the student to focus his/her understanding.

 Preview:

Hamedi, A. (2014). The concept of justice in Greek philosophy (Plato and Aristotle). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 5(27), 1163-1167. Retrieved http://www.mcser.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/viewFile/5193/5010

Hamedi pointed out that Plato and Aristotle both had complementary meanings for the virtue of Justice, that is, “goodness as well as willingness to obey…

HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

Annotated Bibliography Week 4 

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 Course Project: Annotated Bibliography (Part II, Three new Annotations required)

This week (Part II) you are to create a complete Annotated Bibliography for 3 academic scholarly sources, which include your introduction and thesis, publication details, and the annotation (see below for examples of each component).  In week 4, you will complete this process for 3 additional sources.  A total of 5 academic-scholarly sources are required for completion of your final research project.

Scholarship means that

  • the author has a Ph.D. or other terminal degree,
  • the work appears in a multi-volumed, peer-reviewed journal,
  • and has ample references at the end.

Good annotations

  • capture publication details,
  • offer a student introduction and thesis, and
  • a detailed reading of the source, covering the following:
  1. Offers the student’s introduction and thesis to the best extent s/he knows it at this point in time,
  2. Summarizes key points, and
  3. identifies key terms (using quotation marks, and citing a page in parentheses);
  4. Locates controversies or “problems” raised by the articles;
  5. States whether the student agrees or disagrees and gives reasons;
  6. Locates one or two quotations to be used in the final research project; and
  7. Evaluates the ways in which this article is important and has helped the student to focus his/her understanding.

Preview:

Ward, A. (2010). Justice as economics in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. Canadian Political Science Review. 4(1), 1-11.

Dr. Ann Ward is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Politics and International Studies in Campion College at the University of Regina. She received her doctorate degree from Fordham University. Her research interests include the history of political philosophy with…

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Course Project Draft Week 6 

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This week you are required to submit a draft of your paper.  A “draft” does not imply sloppy, half-baked work–not at all.  A draft is the most complete and impeccable presentation you can execute at this point in time.  Drafts should be 5-7 pages, use at least 3 of your 5 academic resources, and be impeccably cited and formatted.  End references are required, and APA (except for the cover page–not required) should be followed.

Preview:

The Greeks are the foundation of Western philosophy.  Those who were born in any of the European countries have been influenced one way or another by Greek philosophy.  Without a doubt, the greatest philosophers who have contributed and influenced the world so much are Plato and Aristotle.  The ideas they espoused were mostly on the same lines of thought…

Course Project Week 8 

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 Course Project: Final Paper

This week you are required to submit your final paper.  Your final paper should be 9-10 pages, and use 5 academic resources.  It must be impeccably cited and formatted.  End references are required, and APA (except for the cover page–not required) should be followed.

Preview:

Both Plato and Aristotle aimed at coming up with a standard when it comes to defining the meaning of justice.  Both attempted to show how unity, harmony, and happiness can be experienced by individuals and the society in general.  While Plato believed in the importance of duties, Aristotle insisted on a system of…

HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

Discussions Week 1-7 All Posts 55 Pages

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The Value of the Humanities Discussions Week 1 All Posts 7 Pages

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 What is the value of studying the humanities in a business or technical curriculum? How might a topic such as ancient art enhance contemporary life?…

Greek and Roman Advancements Discussions Week 2 All Posts 8 Pages

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 Ancient peoples were often much more advanced than modern people understand. Choose one example of a Greek or Roman advancement that improved their societies. How did this advancement affect the culture of the Greeks or Romans? Has this advancement evolved and is it in use, in some capacity, in the modern world?….

Allegory and Art Discussions Week 3 All Posts 10 Pages

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This week, we have looked at several works of art that utilized allegorical themes. One of the most common uses of imagery in the medieval and Renaissance periods is allegory. What is an allegory? Describe how at least one of the examples of art in this week’s lecture or one of this week’s readings is allegorical in nature. Why, in your opinion, was allegory so prevalent during these periods? Is it still important in contemporary literature? Why or why not?…

Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution Discussions Week 4 All Posts 9 Pages

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 Given the information from this week’s reading on the Enlightenment, the New Rationalism, and the Scientific Revolution, how did advancements in science and reasoning change the lives of people at this time? In addition, what effects did the Industrial Revolution have on the world?…

Photography and Art Discussions Week 5 All Posts 8 Pages

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 In the 19th century, the camera was a revolutionary invention. Did the invention of the camera change the arts? Why or why not?  Is there a relationship between movements such as realism and impressionism and the camera?…

Feminism and Literature Discussions Week 6 All Posts 7 Pages

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 Let’s connect the themes of the three readings and the lecture for this week to talk about how the ways feminist literature has influenced contemporary thinking?
In your first post, share what you see the main themes or issues that were important the writer of at least one of the following feminist works:

The Outside by Susan Glaspell (audio available in the lecture)

A Society by Virginia Woolf

The Solitude of Self by Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Be sure to reference the specific elements of at least one of the readings or audio in your response.  We’ll follow up as a class to connect these historical issues to present-day discussions of women and society. Who are feminists? What is the definition of feminism?…

Controversial Art and Censorship Discussions Week 7 All Posts 8 Pages

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Although controversial art is not a topic exclusive to the 20th century, the distribution of information regarding controversial art has increased with the proliferation of media. Please discuss an example of a 20th century controversial work of art from any discipline of the humanities (music, literature, sculpture, film, etc.) and an accompanying statement from the artist(s). Based on your example, to what extent does controversial art make a social contribution? Are governments ever justified in censoring art?…

HUMN303 Introduction to Humanities

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