Essay Instructions: you may choose any of the documents in your textbook labeled “Voices of Freedom” in each chapter. Each chapter has a section “Voices of Freedom” ??" you are to pick one section from one chapter and use those documents to write your term paper. I have listed several questions that you should address at the bottom, BUT you should ALSO address the questions listed at the end of the “Voices of Freedom” Section that you choose.
The Voice of Freedom Section that I choose is at the end of chapter 15 I have upload pages of chapter 15
1. After the Civil War, how did the definitions of freedom change for nation,for
the freedmen, and for southern whites?
2. Identify and explain the key elements of freedom according to the former slaves.
3. In the text we see that "Reconstruction redrew the boundaries of American freedom.
" How did these boundaries expand for some citizens but remain closed or
restricted for others?
1. Who wrote it? When? Why?
2. How is it a reflection of its time?
3. What is the author's main thesis or point?
4. How is this reading relevant to the material covered?
5. How does it relate to one or more of the course's main themes: the “meanings” of freedom, the “social conditions” that make freedom possible; and the “boundaries” of freedom that determine who is entitled to enjoy freedom and who is not.
6. When and where did the events described take place?
7. Is the information reported in the source subject to corroboration by another source?
Your paper should be typed, double-spaced, and use Chicago Manual Style Citations and it should be at least 4-6 pages in length. If you use outside materials (and YOU SHOULD) you will make sure to use footnotes to cite your sources where applicable. You must also have a “Works Cited” page at the end of your paper.
Later I will upload chapter 11 pertaining to the General Questions # 5
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Essay Instructions: In 2000 words (approximately 7 pages) or more, write an analytical essay on one of the following topics.
1. Compare and contrast the relationship between the cultures of West Africa and African American culture as it was constructed and reconstructed both before and after Emancipation.
2. Gender relations and the experience of African American women vis-a-vis men under slavery.
3. Discuss the nature of Reconstruction and its importance to subsequent African American history. What were its successes and what were its failures?
4. Compare and contrast the forms, strategies, and campaigns of the African American freedom movement and its leading figures during the period of Jim Crow (1880s to 1950s).
5. Discuss continuity and change in the African American musical (or literary, or artistic) tradition, from slavery to hip hop. To what extent is the African American artistic tradition a mirror of mainstream arts and to what extent has African American arts influenced mainstream American artistic endeavors?
6. Compare and contrast the relationship of African American workers to the various forms and organizations of the labor movement from Reconstruction to the present.
7. Review continuity and change in the black freedom movement from the 1930s through the 1960s. Discuss reasons for and effectiveness of the changes.
8. Compare the experiences of Fannie Lou Hamer with those of other women in the freedom movement of the 1950s to 1970s).
These essays require at least five significant outside sources (that is, apart from assigned texts such as scholarly articles, books, very developed scholarly web sites). You should properly cite all your sources, including any of the assigned class texts
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Essay Instructions: You task will be to compare/contrast W.E.B. DuBois's works ("Souls of Black Folk" and "Darkwater" and his works from Michael B. Levy's Political Thought in America which are "The Evolution of the Race Problem (1909)" and "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others (1903)" WITH Abraham Lincoln's ideas of the political struggle against slavery/racism. For Lincoln, use Eric Foner's The Story of American Freedom (Chapter 5), his works from Michael B. Levy's Political Thought in America ("Address Before the Young Man's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois (1838)", "Speech on the Dred Scott Decision (1857)", "First Inaugural Address (1861)" and "The Gettysburg Address (1863)". You must make a critical claim with your thesis, address some of the concepts discussed in class such as equality, liberty, democracy, utilize at least 2 scholarly sources outside the course readings, scholarly meaning "refereed journals." Lincoln and DuBois are to be compared and contrasted on the issue of the political struggle against slavery/racism using these resourses and within this context.
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Essay Instructions: This assignment is for hala ONLY. Hala, please follow the following guidelines EXPLICITLY.
Below are the ASSIGNMENT plus STYLE GUIDE.:
Paper for "Islamic Origins of Spanish Florida's Ft. Musa"
Read the article I put on reserve titled, "Islamic Origins of Spanish Florida's Fort Musa" by Samory Rashid. This article makes the case that the African and black Spanish population of colonial Florida has its origins in Islamic North and West Africa. It directly challenges both articles you read in African American Heritage of Florida (Landers "Traditions of African American Freedom and Community in Spanish Colonial Florida" and Hall's "African Religious Retentions in Florida")
You are to write a 2 page paper that examines all three articles (You should group Landers and Hall together opposed to the Rashid article). Which author(s) make the most compelling case? You are to critique the interpretations and especially the evidence of each author. It would be helpful if you identify which author uses direct evidence and which author may be speculating from the sources.
(Do not write a summary of the reading, your paper must be analytical and interpretive in nature in order to get full credit) Be sure to print up my style page.
1. Limit the number of direct quotes. Students often compile sentences full of direct quote from sources instead of writing sentences themselves. Too many quotes may cause a lower letter grade. Also you should never end a paragraph with a quote. The last sentence of each paragraph should be a conclusion sentence that essentially states what the point of the paragraph is about. Further more, when you use quotes, you need to follow every quote you use with a sentence explaining why the quote you used is applicable to the point you are trying to make. Do not assume the reader is in your head and understands why that quote is important. It is paramount you explain yourself fully and completely. Do not assume anything.
2. You are to use correct style, spelling and grammar at all times. All papers are expected to be written in expository style, meaning in the most professional manner and without the use of 1st, 2nd or 2nd person plural (i. e. I, you, me, my, mine, or we). Your paper must be in 3rd person. You must use the rules of formal writing and do not write as if you are writing in a familiar style. To be sure to avoid obvious grammar and style mistakes then purchase a copy of William Strunk, Jr. and E. B. White's Elements of Style. A link to the purchase information is here.
3. Your papers must be typed with fonts no larger than 12pt, double spaced and stapled with no covers. Papers must be in hard copy, no disks will be accepted nor will printer or computer problems translate into the ability to turn in a late paper with no grade repercussions. A paper successfully turned in via email in word or word perfect format can be accepted with prior approval. All late papers will be marked down one letter grade for every calendar day it is late.
4. All papers are expected to have introduction, body and conclusion paragraphs. Additionally, every paper must have a thesis statement that conforms to this specific assignment. Your thesis statement must be specific and direct and must correspond as an answer to the question the assignment requires you to answer. Vague and general thesis statements that do not indicate a position or overall direction of the paper will suffer a lower grade. If anything previously mentioned is lacking or poorly developed in your paper, it will result in a lower grade.
5. Finally your paper must specifically and directly address the question for this assignment. Deviation from the question or ambiguity in answering the question will result in a low grade.
6. Unless you use outside sources you do not need a bibliography or works cited page. If you are using materials assigned in class then be sure to include a page number and reference to the title and/or author. If you are using materials outside the required class reading then you are to make some citation in footnotes/endnotes, APA, or MLA or some alternative citation style with the inclusion of a bibliography or works cited page.
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