Instructions Similarities and Differences in Architecture Use the template provided to prepare a report that details similarities and differences between religious buildings: A Greek temple, a Roman temple, an Early Christian church, and a Byzantine church. Follow these instructions to complete the assignment: Download the Word document worksheet for completing this assignment here. Complete Part 1, Comparison Chart: From the list of examples provided in the worksheet, choose one example from each: A Greek temple, a Roman temple, an Early Christian church, and a Byzantine church. Carefully examine each building and read about it in your textbook, course lectures, and through reliable internet resources. Then, note in the chart the visual characteristics for each type of religious building that are similar and different. Complete Part 2, Historical and Social Context: In….
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In this discussion, you will consider how historical lenses can affect the study of a historical topic. Select one of the secondary source articles from your research. After reading that article, write a discussion post about which of the following lenses you believe the article is using: social, political, economic, or other. Use at least two quotes from your source to justify your choice of lens. Your post title should also indicate which topic you have selected.
When responding to your peers, compare and contrast the lens they identified with the lens you identified for your source. If you identified the same lens, how does the evidence you each found to justify that choice compare with each other? If you selected different lenses, discuss how your historical topic….
Answer the following questions using complete sentences. It is expected that you include statements or quotations from the text in your responses. The purpose is to enhance the quality and creditability of the answer. The short essay must be at least 3 double-spaced typed pages.
The American and French of experienced a major transformation in the form of a drastic or violent Revolution, brought on by a desire to create a better society that reflected the will of the people. Using at least two of the documents, explain how freedom is achieved or maintained through the establishment of the American Declaration of Independence and/or the French Declaration of Rights of Man and/or The Napoleonic Code. Finally, how do these documents embody the ideas of the Enlightenment and remain….
All assignments must follow the guidelines below:
· Cover page (with title, course name, student name, submission date, professor name)
· Font (Times New Roman 12pt)
· Page numbers (bottom centre of page)
· Proper citations, including:
Ø Footnotes & Bibliography (not in-text references, “works cited”, etc.)
Ø Chicago/Turabian style and formatting
· Word count (within ~10% of requested length; penalties apply if over or under)
· File format (Submitted online content must be in Microsoft Word (DOC and DOCX); Corel WordPerfect; HTML; Adobe PostScript; Plain text (TXT); Rich Text Format (RTF); Portable Document Format (PDF); or OpenOffice (ODT) – online material in other formats will not be accepted and will be considered late)
A 1000-word (maximum) analysis
Consider how Kangxi’s emotions and experiences shaped his policies and practises and how imperial policies and practises guided his outlook and feelings.
Assignment 2.2: Liberty Challenged in Nineteenth Century America Final Paper Due Week 10 and worth 140 points
You have already developed a thesis statement and an outline in which you explored the peculiar institution known as slavery. Now you will develop the final paper in which you explore your main points in detail.
Introduce your paper with your previously crafted thesis statement. Describe two (2) outcomes of the 3/5ths Compromise, Missouri Compromise of 1820, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Dred Scott Decision. Note: Be sure to provide two (2) outcomes for each legislation. Suggest three (3) reasons why slavery was and is incompatible with our political and economic system. List three to five (3-5) driving forces that led to the Civil War. Use at least three (3) academic references….
Humanities III: Age of Revolution to Present Syllabus
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Jesse G. Swan, Ph. D., Professor of English
Dr. Swan has published widely in humanities topics. His Ph.D. is in English Renaissance and early modern literature, with an especial concentration on textual studies and postmodernity. Dr. Swan’s research has taken him to many of the most important libraries in the US and Great Britain, including the Houghton Library at Harvard University, the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, and the University of Cambridge Library. For more information on Dr. Swan, visit his UNI web site at https://sites.google.com/a/uni.edu/jesse-swan/
Contact Information: Office: BAR 1008 Tel.: 319-273-2089 Email: [email protected] (The best way to communicate with me is by email)
Humanities III reviews, in broad terms, the major ways of being human realized in Western Europe and the….
Describe the development of depicting the human form from Paleolithic art through the arts of Ancient near-East, Ancient Egypt, the Aegean and Greek cultures. Think about how humans are represented and what functions representation of humans have served. Is there in fact a clear “development”?
7. Here is examples for citation. (use only this contents what i wrote on this question and should see and use the picture what i uploaded)
1. PALEOLITHIC and NEOLITHIC
-PALEOLISTHIC (OLD STONE AGE) ART, ca. 30,000–9000 BCE
VENUS OF WILLENDORF The composite feline-human from Germany is exceptional for the Stone Age. The vast majority of prehistoric sculptures depict either animals or humans. In the earliest art, humankind consists almost exclusively of women as opposed to men, and the painters and….
Students are required to respond at least twice to every Discussion Board topic: respond to ONE of the four topics posted by the instructor by Wednesday; and to at least one other student’s response by Sunday. See Course Calendar (underCourse Information button) for dates/details.
Discussion 1. Answers must be meaningful and relevant; please do not respond by simply saying “I agree” or “I disagree” without explanation.
The Monroe Doctrine December 2, 1823 How would the United States have enforced the Monroe Doctrine if its declaration had been immediately challenged by any of the European powers at which it was aimed? Which of the powers of Europe would have been most likely to have asserted its claim to possession of colonies in the Western Hemisphere and how would they have been able to….
1. Actively do history and think critically by analyzing multiple perspectives and both primary and secondary historical sources.
2. React and respond to the historical documents and/or essays in the Hollitz book by answering questions about the reading assignment.
3. Make connections between Hollitz and Foner.
PURPOSE & GOALS:
1. To develop historical skills in research, analysis and interpretation.
2. To gain more depth of understanding in a few select topics.
3. To experience a variety of historical sub-disciplines, such as social history, diplomatic history, cultural history, etc.
· Homework is an informal assignment, but homework must still be typed (single or double spaced is fine).
· You can write in paragraphs or bullet points. Don’t need to worry too much about spelling or grammar or….
he Road to the Civil War
This is the story of America dividing along north/south lines, as slave states and free states become more and more hostile to one another. Expansion into the new territories acquired in the previous chapter, and the desire to connect the east to the west, increase the already-there tensions until, after the election of Lincoln, southern states break away to form their own country, the Confederate States of America. When Lincoln refuses to allow that to happen, war breaks out between the Union and the Confederacy.
Outline: Chapter 6 Johnson: Part 3, “The Ideology of the North-South Battle”; Part 4, the first 6 sections (through “Jefferson Davis…”) Zinn: Chapter 9, until the War starts
Questions (for each, note what each….