This essay focuses on three non-course sources.. And have either been publish in an academic journal or an academic/university press ▪
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: • TWO COMPONENTS: o A proposal, (20 marks).The essay, (80 marks) • CREATE YOUR OWN TOPIC. Your topic can be on any theme connected to material covered in the Winter term. Going deeper into a particular text, or author, or artist, or theme, or subtheme ▪
Modernity, colonialism, and racism • postmodernism versus modernism. A Freudian interpretation of Kafka • Feminism and modernism. Picasso as a modernist o You must use TWO course sources from two separate weeks on the Winter Term. You must use THREE non-course academic texts ▪ Academic texts are texts that have been write by scholars. And have either been publish in an academic journal or an academic/university press ▪
THE PROPOSAL: o Must be approve before you submit essay o The proposal includes. 2 ▪ A one paragraph description of the topic. A statement of your working thesis (hypothesis). A brief annotated bibliography. List your two course and three non-course sources, and for each provide two or three sentences explaining why you are using this text . E.g. Friedrich Nietzsche, The Gay Science.
This source is one of my course sources. Nietzsche provides the definitive statement of atheism in the 19th century, which connects to my theme. THE ESSAY: o The essay must be base on the proposal you submit.The essay will be 6-8 pages (double-space, 12pt font, single-side). All citations and references must be in MLA style material cover in the term winter term (please use two of the sources below that relate to.
“Modernity” as Bourgeoise Urban Life Art by Impressionists https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impressionism (just the images). Art by Constantin Guys https://www.wikiart.org/en/constantin-guys (just images). Baudelaire, Painter of Modern Life http://www.columbia.edu/itc/architecture/ockman/pdfs/dossier_4/Baudelaire.pdf Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Modernity.
Speech at Opening of House of German Art” (1937) http://ghdi.ghi-dc.org/pdf/eng/English87_.pdf Modern-ism 2: New Beings Alaine Locke, “The New Negro” https://monoskop.org/images/5/58/Locke_Alain_1925_The_New_Negro.pdf Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex, Introduction https://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/ethics/de-beauvoir/2nd-sex/introduction.htm