YOU WILL PROVIDE ME WITH TWO DIFFERENT PROSPECTUS DOCUMENTS ON TWO DIFFERENT TOPICS

THERE ARE TWO STUDENTS IN THE SAME CLASS

The first step is to choose a topic and write a prospectus and submit a bibliography.

A prospectus is one paragraph which identifies your topic, the thesis statement, and why you chose this particular topic.The bibliography is a list of 10 sources you plan to use once you begin to write y our paper.You can only have one website.All other sources must be books, journals, newspapers, movies, magazines, etc.The bibliography must be done by MLA format.

Information regarding MLA format will be included in this folder.Please adhere to the rules regarding the format as it relates to MLA format.

Topics-These are general topics.Your job is to choose a topic and narrow the topic to a thesis statement which should include two to three supporting details which becomes your research.

  1. Perspective Pathways to Greater Human Flourishing
  2. Artists in Times of War
  3. Contemporary Music and Political Commentary
  4. The Application of Socrates to 21st Century Western Democracy
  5. Appalachian Language and Regional Identity
  6. The Harlem Renaissance in the African American Experience
  7. The Humanities and Definitions of Freedom
  8. The Age of Enlightenment
  9. The Reformation in Art
  10. American Distress and Contemporary Art
  11. Theology and Medicine
  12. Social Darwinism
  13. Historical Tension Between Science and Religion
  14. Human Subcultures
  15. Gender and the Education Experience
  16. Color and the Education Experience
  17. The Industrial Revolution and Human Identity
  18. Photography in Shaping Public Opinion
  19. Social Media and Modern Human Interactions
  20. The Printing Press and Dissemination of Ideas
  21. Racism and the Human Family Unit
  22. Human Beings and Violence
  23. Human and Animal Sacrifice in Religion
  24. The Odyssey and Gender Expectations
  25. Non-governmental organizations (NGO) in international law
  26. Regulatory process and public input
  27. Religious Freedom Restoration Act
  28. Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act
  29. Roberts Court
  30. Sales tax on internet purchases
  31. Second Amendment
  32. Social media and freedom of speech
  33. Sovereign citizen movement
  34. Supreme Court, power of
  35. Language revitalization
  36. Oral history
  37. Regional languages
  38. Slang
  39. Southern dialect
  40. Whistled languages
  41. Afrofuturism
  42. Arthurian legend
  43. Beat poets
  44. Broadside Press
  45. Concrete poetry
  46. Economic context of a novel
  47. Ecocriticism
  48. Ecopoetry
  49. merican civil religion
  50. Buddhism in contemporary India
  51. Christians in contemporary Middle East
  52. Conscientious objection in wartime
  53. Evangelicals and Catholics Together project
  54. Great Awakenings in American history
  55. Hasidic movements
  56. Hinduism in the West
  57. House churches in China
  58. Nation of Islam
  59. New Atheism
  60. New religious movements
  61. Pentecostalism in Latin America