relg203-prospectus

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RELG 203: Bible and Western Culture Paper Prospectus The purpose of the prospectus is twofold: first, to give you a head start both in conceptualizing and researching your term paper, and second, to provide me with some indication of the topic on which you will write and the sources you will use so that I may provide guidance or suggestions if necessary or appropriate. Accordingly, please write a paragraph indicating following information: your proposed topic, why you chose your topic, and what you expect to find in your research. In addition, append a short bibliography of three to five works (not including the Bible). At least three of the items in your bibliography must be books or articles from scholarly journals, many of which are accessible from McGill via the internet. However, articles from collaborative websites like Wikipedia or other wikis are not acceptable sources. Your bibliographic references should conform to the following examples: Book:
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Unformatted text preview: Fish, Stanley (1989). Is There a Text in This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities. London: Harvard University Press. Translated Book: Pierre Hadot (2006). The Veil of Isis. Trans. Michael Chase. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Essay in an Edited Volume: Killingsworth, Jimmie M. and Jaqueline S. Palmer (1996). Millenial Ecology: The Apocalyptic Narrative from Silent Spring to Global Warming. Pages 2145 in ed. Carl G. Herndl and Stuart C. Brown. Green Culture: Environmental Rhetoric in Contemporary America. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. Journal Article: Patton, Kimberly (2000). He Who Sits in Heaven Laughs: Recovering Animal Theology in the Abrahamic Traditions. Harvard Theological Review 93.4: 401 434. Website: Religion and the Founding of the New Republic VII. Religion and the New Republic. http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/religion/rel07.html (accessed October 25, 2007)...
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