Individualized Project

Each student will pursue a semester-long project which combines individual reflection and scholarly research in pursuit of a personal definition sacred space. This project must include a comparison of one sacred place examined in the course with another major sacred place from outside the ancient Greco-Roman world and significant reflection on ways that these sacred places compare with your own views of sacred space. Preparation for this project must include the following:

library research
primary (ancient) and secondary (scholarly) material
analysis of material
original work (personal reflection)

prospectus for this project is due around mid-semester.  See individualized project guidelines for additional suggestions about choosing a topic and completing this assignment.

For additional information and guidelines about this assignment see Individualized Project.

This is the
Evaluation Form for Individualized Projects.

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