What is the final paper? Due: Sunday June

What is the final paper? Due:
Sunday June 26 by 11:59 PM
The final paper is where the
student answers the two major class questions discussed at the beginning of
this syllabus.
The final paper thus has two parts:
Part 1: Why do the people discussed
in our four books create art?
Part 2: What can their art tell us about the worlds in which they live?
Please note that the question has
Part 1 asks why the people discussed
in our four books create art.
Part 2 asks what their art can tell us about the “worlds” in which they live.
By “worlds” Dr. Field refers to
specific phenomena related to the art, theater, and music discussed in the
books, such as:
1. Art’s connections to historical events in a specific country
2. Art’s connections to historical
events in a specific world region
3. Art’s connections to particular features of a culture or religion
4. Art’s connections to features of
an identity (gender, ethnicity)
5. Art’s connections to politics of a particular country or larger region
6. Art’s connections to other forms of art
How will the final
paper be graded?
40 points: Length,
formatting, correct file
Length: 5-7 pages
Formatting: Double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12
pt. font, standard margins.
Document: .doc or .docx
20 points Organization
The paper
must be divided into two roughly equal parts.
80 points: At least 16 citations
Citations demonstrate to Dr. Field that
the student has worked through the course material and can use it in service of
her/his arguments regarding why people create art and what art can tell us
about the world.
must be at least four citations from each
book (so 16 total).
4 citations from But is it art?
Here is
one example:
American artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude create art that disappears and is
never sold (Freeland 2001: 115).
4 citations from Theatre: A
Very Short Introduction
Here is
one example:
Japanese Noh drama has roots in sangaku, a
circus-like form of entertainment that was imported from China around the
eighth century (Carlson 2014: 12).
4 citations from Music in Egypt
Here is one example:
In layali a vocalist improvises melodies to
words like ya layl (O night), ya
layli (O my night), or ya ‘ayni (O my
eye) (Marcus 2007: 104).
4 citations from Music in Turkey
Here is one example:
Many singers in the Ottoman era were also the orators of the call to prayer
known as muezzin (Bates 2011: 31).
points: Clarity and Style
Sentences must be clear and must
cogently answer the two questions. To receive full points the student must take
the time to revise her or his
writing into a polished piece of
submitted 24 hours after the deadline will receive a 0.

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