2nd Semester 2004-2005, Department of Classics, Monmouth College
Ideally, this project will lead naturally from the Website Summary and Evaluation. Each student will pursue a semester-long project which focuses on some special aspect of the course topic. Preparation for this project must include library research, analysis of historical evidence, and original work. The project must also demonstrate significant use of ancient primary sources as well as secondary, scholarly material. A prospectus for this project is due around mid-semester. See individualized project guidelines for additional suggestions about choosing a topic and completing this assignment.
The central product of this project can take the form of a research paper, creative writing, artwork, website or any other work which deals with material covered in course readings or discussions. Note: Powerpoint presentations MUST contain detailed information in the notes area.
products must be accompanied by:
This individualized project will count 25% of your final grade.
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