Choose one of the following topics and discuss how cultures caused or resolved t

Choose one of the following topics and discuss how cultures caused or resolved their conflicts
Jews vs Babylonians @ 600 – 500 BCE
Egyptians vs Hittites @ 1274 – 1259 BCE
Romans vs Carthaginians @ 264 -146 BCE
Greeks vs Persians – 490 – 442 BCE
Huns vs Romans @ 420-460 CE
Akhenaten vs Egyptian Religious establishment @ 1353 – 1336 BCE)
Roman mos maiorum vs. Pan-hellenism (ideologies during Roman imperial period) @ 100 BCE – 300 CE
Trojans vs Greeks @ 1260 – 1240 BCE
Achaeans (Mycenaeans) vs Minoans @ 1500-1300 BCE
Athens vs Sparta @ 431 – 404 BCE
Marius vs Sulla (1st Roman Civil War) 88-82 BCE
Instructions
Answer ALL of the following questions in numbered order. 2-3 pages. APA citations only. 12 Font Times New Roman only. Number them on your paper. This does not have to be essay format.
All work must be properly cited and unless otherwise noted; do not include pure opinion. All of the following must be included (it is best if you number them)
Outline the basic history of the event(s). You can use a timeline or write it out.
1. How do the culture’s values relate to the conflict?
2. How do the cultures beliefs relate to values?
3. How did ways of communication and identity relate to the conflict?
4. What were the basic causes of the conflict?
5. Was the conflict resolved, if so how? If no, why not?
6. In what ways, directly or indirectly, did these conflicts influence ideas, values and beliefs in contemporary America?

Identify a news article or media piece on Health Information Technology or Medic

Identify a news article or media piece on Health Information Technology or Medical Technology within the last 12 months. It has to be a news article and answer the questions. Not in essay format.
Answer the questions in Bullet points
•    Explain the article’s importance to healthcare management today.
•    Highlights challenges / opportunities relevant to managers in today’s healthcare environment.
•    Be thoughtful, engaging and succinct while focusing on the implications for the delivery system and consumers.
•    provide one or two questions to encourage discussion on your topic

Choose one time period and discuss its history of religious oppression. Roman Em

Choose one time period and discuss its history of religious oppression.
Roman Empire and Christian Oppression (60 CE-310 CE)
Christian oppression of pagans in the Roman Empire (395-476 CE)
The Crusades (12th century -1100s)
Salem Witch Trials – Massachusetts (1692-1693)
Expulsion of the Jews and Muslims from Spain (1490-1493)
Anti-Semitism in Medieval Spain, France, England, Italy, Germany (choose only one of these countries from 800-1392)
Romans vs. Jews (20-200CE)
Catholics vs Huguenots in France (1500s-1600s)
Philadelphia Anti-Catholic Riot (1844)
Rohingya persecution in Myanmar or China (2016-2021)
Kosovo Ethnic cleansing (1998-1999)
Rwanda Genocide (1994)
Muslim persecution in India (1954-1982)
Ottomon Persecution of Alevis (1481-1826)
Armenian Genocide (1915-1917)
Any of your choice with professor approval
Instructions
Answer ALL of the following questions in numbered order. 2-3 pages. APA citations only. . 12 point font. New Times Roman. Number each question before answering it.
All work must be properly cited, do not do a pure opinion paper.
Outline the basic history of the event(s). You can use a timeline or write it out.
Briefly describe the two opposing religious basic beliefs.
How did these different beliefs, values and attitudes of these cultures add to the oppression and conflict?
How did the outcome of the conflict influence modern American ideas, beliefs and values?
Opinion – why do you think religion played such a major role in these conflicts?

Choose one time period and discuss its history of religious oppression. Roman Em

Choose one time period and discuss its history of religious oppression.
Roman Empire and Christian Oppression (60 CE-310 CE)
Christian oppression of pagans in the Roman Empire (395-476 CE)
The Crusades (12th century -1100s)
Salem Witch Trials – Massachusetts (1692-1693)
Expulsion of the Jews and Muslims from Spain (1490-1493)
Anti-Semitism in Medieval Spain, France, England, Italy, Germany (choose only one of these countries from 800-1392)
Romans vs. Jews (20-200CE)
Catholics vs Huguenots in France (1500s-1600s)
Philadelphia Anti-Catholic Riot (1844)
Rohingya persecution in Myanmar or China (2016-2021)
Kosovo Ethnic cleansing (1998-1999)
Rwanda Genocide (1994)
Muslim persecution in India (1954-1982)
Ottomon Persecution of Alevis (1481-1826)
Armenian Genocide (1915-1917)
Any of your choice with professor approval
Instructions
Answer ALL of the following questions in numbered order. 2-3 pages. APA citations only. . 12 point font. New Times Roman. Number each question before answering it.
All work must be properly cited, do not do a pure opinion paper.
Outline the basic history of the event(s). You can use a timeline or write it out.
Briefly describe the two opposing religious basic beliefs.
How did these different beliefs, values and attitudes of these cultures add to the oppression and conflict?
How did the outcome of the conflict influence modern American ideas, beliefs and values?
Opinion – why do you think religion played such a major role in these conflicts?

Part 1: Art Creation Select one of the visual art pieces from Chapters 1-6 or th

Part 1: Art Creation
Select one of the visual art pieces from Chapters 1-6 or the lessons from Weeks 1-3 to use as a point of inspiration. Create a painting, sculpture, drawing, or work of architecture inspired by your selected art piece.
***I HAVE ALREADY  ATTACHED THE INSPO PHOTO AND PROJECT PHOTO***
Part 2: Reflection
Write a reflection about the relationship between your art production and the inspiration piece. Include the following in the reflection paper:
Introduction
Inspiration Piece
Include image.
Record the title, artist, year, and place of origin.
Briefly explain the background of the inspiration piece.
Your Art Piece
Include image.
Provide a title.
Explain the background of your piece.
Connection
Explain the thematic connection between the two pieces.
How are they similar and different?
Are they the same medium? How does the medium impact what the viewer experiences?
How do the formal elements of design compare to one another?
Original Artwork Requirements
Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page, references page, or image of artwork)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page (minimum of 1 scholarly source)

Initial Post Instructions This week you will read about architecture. The lesson

Initial Post Instructions
This week you will read about architecture. The lesson includes information on Roman architecture, which was greatly influenced by the Greeks and Etruscans.
Locate at least two architectural works that were influenced by Greco-Roman architecture. These can be from any time period after the Greco-Roman period but should be from different periods themselves (e.g., one from Renaissance and one from Baroque). Then address the following:
What is the function of each structure?
How does each work exhibit influence of the Greco-Roman period? Is the influence specifically Greek, Etruscan, or Roman – or a combination?
How would you compare the two selected works? Take the role of the evaluative critic.
Use examples from the text, the lesson, and the library to help support your answer. Please remember to provide images and citations to help illustrate your points.
Follow-Up Post Instructions
Respond to at least one peer. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.
(Please respond to the following post as a separate paragraph):
“What is the function of each structure?
This week I chose to discuss the Arc de Triomphe and the Lincoln Memorial. The Arc de Triomphe was designed by Jean-François-Thérèse Chalgrin in 1806 as a commemoration to France’s victory in the Battle of Austerlitz (Murray, 2020). It celebrates military victories, honors service members, and is an iconic piece of French history (Murray, 2020). The Arc was completed in 1836 and remains an active piece in France’s military parade and Tour de France bicycle race (Murray, 2020). The Lincoln Memorial construction was completed in 1922 in honor of the sixteenth president of the United States (NPS, 2020). Abraham Lincoln is credited for the emancipation of slaves and his dedication to freedom (NPS, 2020). The Lincoln Memorial stands as a reminder for the United States for how far we have come as a nation and how far we still need to go for equality.
How does each work exhibit the influence of the Greco-Roman period? Is the influence specifically Greek, Etruscan, or Roman – or a combination?
Chalgrin was partially inspired by the Roman Forum for the Arc de Triomphe (Murray, 2020). The arch itself was a classic piece in Roman architecture. The Lincoln Memorial was inspired by Greek architecture. The thirty-six columns surrounding the memorial are a core piece of Greek design.
How would you compare the two selected works? Take the role of the evaluative critic.
The two works are unique in time period and location, but the function is similar. They both serve as a reminder of what was. Each structure is toweringly large with rich historical context. I think the Arc de Triomphe is more artistic than the Lincoln Memorial because of its intricate stonework. But I think more power in the Lincoln Memorial because of its reference to the United States’s horrifying past. Each is beautiful with its magnificent size and the dedication needed to complete.”
Writing Requirements
Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)
Minimum of 2 sources cited (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside source)
APA format for in-text citations and list of references

in the document you gave me, the research question didn’t include the main point

in the document you gave me, the research question didn’t include the main points which are economic, political, and military power of the Dutch empire. and it did not answer the 5 w’s (where, ,what, who, when).  also, the justifcation needs to be simple, just write down the main points that you stated in the research question and write why it was important to the dutch empire or how it can be relatable. as for the action plan, you were supposed to make questions answering the the three main points which is the economic, political and military power. i added an image of how i will organize my action plan and what is needed. and lastly for the leaflet, i will upload an example of what the leaflet should look like and what the teacher is expecting from me. the 10 vocabulary words must be included in the leaflet only (you can add a few words to the action plan, research question and justification but 10 words must be highlighted in the leaflet).

in the document you gave me, the research question didn’t include the main point

in the document you gave me, the research question didn’t include the main points which are economic, political, and military power of the Dutch empire. and it did not answer the 5 w’s (where, ,what, who, when).  also, the justifcation needs to be simple, just write down the main points that you stated in the research question and write why it was important to the dutch empire or how it can be relatable. as for the action plan, you were supposed to make questions answering the the three main points which is the economic, political and military power. i added an image of how i will organize my action plan and what is needed. and lastly for the leaflet, i will upload an example of what the leaflet should look like and what the teacher is expecting from me. the 10 vocabulary words must be included in the leaflet only (you can add a few words to the action plan, research question and justification but 10 words must be highlighted in the leaflet).

War and Popular Culture Midterm Please write a 3-4 page double-spaced essay in r

War and Popular Culture
Midterm
Please write a 3-4 page double-spaced essay in response to ONE of the questions below. The
midterm aims to evaluate your skills in fashioning an analytical argument regarding at least one
work of pop culture, and supporting it using concepts from class lectures and readings. Please
strive for the following standards: clear explanations of relevant concepts or theories, a
coherent thesis that is well-supported with illustrations and evidence from course materials and
your own analysis of work(s) of culture, reference to multiple authors where appropriate, and
good writing mechanics such as organization. Although we do not take off points for
grammatical or spelling mistakes, too many will interfere with our ability to grasp your
argument. So please edit. Please make clear the authorship of ideas by citing your authors after
quotes or paraphrases in the following simple formats: (author, page number; or indicate that
the idea is by an author mentioned in class lectures; postcard can be identified by title and year
if available, videos can be identified by filmmaker, title, year etc). If you worry about citation
format, you can use either MLA or Chicago intext citation styles. It would be good practice to
include a list of reference at the end, but you are not required to do so unless you use outside
sources.
Questions:
1. We discussed the colonial ways of looking at the colony. Please explain the effects of
this mode of looking that produced both desire and a sense of threat. Do you see
elements of this colonial gaze operating in the post-empire film Indochine (dir. Régis
Wargnier, 1992)? If so, to what purpose? If not, how would you characterize the way
the film depicts the relationship between France and Indochina? Please draw on,
modify, or argue against Panivong Norindr to make your case. Please give a little
historical context for Indochine, and explain relevant ideas/concepts, including from
Norindr.
2. We discussed colonial modes of producing knowledge about the Other, including
Orientalism. Kleinen makes the argument that Orientalism continues to frame how we
view and understand the Vietnamese in anti-war American films after the war ended.
Can you push further than Kleinen and make an argument relating such tropes to the
historical context of at least one post-Vietnam war film or fictional text (i.e. Stanley
Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket or Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried)? For example, you
could choose to examine your work(s) of culture in connection to the American
“Vietnam syndrome” while the US must maintain its status as a global empire. Or you
could examine your work(s) of culture in connection to gender and racial relations in the
US during and after the Vietnam War. You are not limited to those 2 possibilities.
However, you will need to explain Orientalism and Kleinen’s claim, as well as relevant
ideas from at least one other author such as Susan White or Jen Dunnaway to help you
make your argument.
3. Tina Chen points out the knowledge connection between popular culture and warmaking. Please explain the ideas/concepts from Chen regarding the flow back and forth
between pop culture and war-making. Do you see such connection during the Vietnam
War? Explain with an analysis that discusses at least one work of American pop culture
on the Vietnam War. If you select an American cultural work that came out after the
war itself (post 1975), please carefully explain their relationship to war-making in that
post-war context.
Film: Full Metal Jacket (1987), dir. Stanley Kubrick; Optional Apocalypse Now, dir. Francis Ford Coppola, 1979 (warning for both: explicit violence and sexual content), streamed under Media Resources
Film: Indochine, dir. Régis Wargnier, 1992 (Stream under Media Resources)

Organization • Begin by describing the space you would like to analyze, addressi

Organization • Begin by describing the space you would like to analyze, addressing the following questions (if applicable): What kind of space have you selected (public park; workplace; a neighbourhood)? What is the intended use of the space? How is the space actually used? What human, and morethan-human (plant life, animals) interactions take place at this space? Is there a (brief) history that needs to be explained to understand this space? Based on your preliminary findings, what issues related to environmental in/justice are at work in this space? ◦ Previous examples of spaces selected: Pioneer Village Station subway stop; Regent Park neighbourhood; community garden; Church-Wellesley Village; Rouge Valley Park; Aamjiwnaang First Nation and the Chemical Valley. • Next, explain: 1) what theoretical tools you would like to use to analyze the space; and, 2) why you have selected them: What concepts, ideas, or theories would you like to employ in your analysis of the space? Why have you chosen these particular lenses? List specific texts, authors/ artists, ideas, or theories here. ◦ Possible theoretical lenses: racial capital; Indigenous resurgence; environmental racism; queer ecologies; critical animal studies. • Finally, briefly explain your preliminary ideas for your response: What format would you like your response to take? Why have you selected this format? Why do you think it adequately addresses issues of environmental in/justice? ◦ Possible responses: research paper with policy alternatives; photographic essay with captions; short documentary (10 minute); curated list of songs/ films with choice justification. • Bibliography: On a separate page list 5 sources you plan to reference in your paper, this list must include 2 sources assigned, or referenced in lecture. Sources must be correctly formatted. Format  Word count: 500 words excluding bibliography.  Double-space text, 12 pt, Times New Roman.  Use MLA it should be 5 sources in total and two of them should be from the following sources https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/03/anthropocene-capitalism-climate-change/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQhflH4alO0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVH1WpdzKtI https://antipodeonline.org/geographies-of-racial-capitalism/ https://www.versobooks.com/blogs/3376-racial-capitalocene https://www.tvo.org/article/challenging-canadas-history-through-art https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/03/anthropocene-capitalism-climate-change/
I submit a pdf of how to fix the paper along with the paper