First Seminar and Paper

First Seminar and Paper - HIST 100W Instructions for First...

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HIST 100W DON Instructions for First Socratic Seminar and First Paper Socratic Seminar (20 points) The first Socratic Seminar is designed to help you unpack and explore the sources for the first paper assignment on primary sources. There are four primary sources from which you may select the source for your first paper, but you are responsible for reading through and analyzing all four sources for the Socratic Seminar. NY Times Reporter’s account of the Nanjing Massacre (1937) Raphael’s The School of Athens (1514) Andrew Johnson’s Veto of the Civil Rights Act (1866) Poster from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri (1904) In preparation for the Socratic Seminar you should prepare a paper with two parts. The first part is: One analytical question about each of the three sources that you are not writing about. One hypothetical theses in answer to each question, using information in the source. The second part is: Two analytical questions about your source, which you are considering using in your paper. Two hypothetical theses in answer to your questions that you are considering for your source. A bibliography of at least 7 secondary sources that you have consulted to provide you in-depth
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