AH 201 Assignments

 

 
To earn full credit on writing assignments, essays should:
  • Be 4 to 5 pages, double-spaced, 12 pt. font, and 1” margins on all sides;
  • Identify works of art with artistic attribution, underlined or italicized titles, and dates (in that order), when possible;
  • Attempt to address most questions from the essay prompt;
  • Include two or more properly formatted Chicago Manual of Style footnote citations to credible, scholarly, college level materials. (Works of art should not be cited unless a point is being made concerning different versions or installations of the work.);
  • Present a clear thesis and offer visual and/or scholarly evidence to support your claims; and
  • Offer personal insights that demonstrate thoughtful engagement with the subject & reading materials.
 
Your instructor is always interested in proposals for subjects to write about. If the given writing prompts do not spark your interests, please feel free to propose alternative questions to consider at least one week before the assignment due date.

 

Due Date
Assignment pdf
Additional Reading & Viewing
 
Two weeks after event
 
February 6
 
February 11
 
February 12
VTLS April Bey
AF 201 @ 7 PM
 
February 13
 
February 20
February 25
 
February 27
 
March 4
 
March 11
 
March 13
 
March 25
 
March 26
 
March 27
   
April 1
 
April 3
April 10
 
April 12
April 17
 
April 19
 
May 6
 
May 8
Twenty-Five points of extra credit may be earned by creating a dictionary of at least 50 new terms encountered during the semester.
May 15
 

* optional reading

 

Writing Resources
 
Exemplary Student Papers
Quick Writing Resources
 
 
 

 

 

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