Spring%202010%20Instructions%20on%20Group%20presentation%20and%20paper(2)

Spring%202010%20Instructions%20on%20Group%20presentation%20and%20paper(2)

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Each group will give a 25-30 minute presentation on a subtopic of their choosing. I will expect each group to maintain contact both with your group peers as well as me. You will be expected to have a thesis statement , clarify your topic and its relevance (so what question), include scholarly and/or public criticism on the topic as well as use audio-visuals that bring your presentation to life (so to speak). I expect a brief 2 page document from EACH group that summarizes the issues listed above in a concise fashion. I encourage creativity, expression, and scholarly presentations that challenge you to think outside the box. ALL GROUPS ARE SRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO DRESS IN PROFESSIONAL ATTIRE Below are the Group Listings and presentation dates Group 4: (Black Church) Thursday, 4/1 Brittney Box, Matthew Dean, Kiera Hoffman, Mary McDonnell Group 5: (Black Family) Thursday, 4/1 Michael Hook, Angela Pavuk, Ashley Wilson, Averiel Butts Group 3: (Gender and Sexuality) Tuesday, 4/20 Patrick Amoroso, Alexandra Flynn, Julia Hawxhurst, Glen Klink Group 1: (African Diaspora) Tuesday, 4/20 Erica Grote, John Rinkenberg, Hye Ri Shin, Brittany Wojcik Group 2: (Black Aesthetic) Tuesday, 4/27 Bradley Baledge, Karissa Dempsey, Jason Strohl, Sarah Wikert, Dana Zubik
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course AAS 271 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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