This condensed guide to the Chicago style for notes and bibliography is based on an
excellent resource created by the librarians at Georgetowns Lauinger Library, to
whom many thanks. For stylistic questions not answered here, see Kate L.
On Page 24, Ira Reid poses the question How does a group theoretically regarded as
biologically unassimilable in the United States melting pot accommodate?
- For me this question stuck with me throughout the whole piece, how does a group
In Reids depiction of the history of Modern Africa, he said that Africans were willing to
leave Africa to be slaves in order to just get out of and escape Africa. This is a harsh
reality and to know that slavery was a better option than living in Africa,
Interview with Samuel Ijoma
- Why did you chooses to leave Nigeria for America? if any reasons in particular.
I left Nigeria in 1982 for America because I wanted the chance to study at an American
- What was the trip to America like?
Hidden Differences Beneath the Surface
In American culture, leaving the woman you married to find success in another
country may seem disrespectful, but in African culture you are praised for the same
actions. In the book Jaguar, author Paul Stoller clear
Content: The most important element of the paper is the substance you wish to convey. It must be
presented in a clear and organized manner.
Your paper should be based on primary-source material (generally documents, but it could
F11 Maritime Conflict and Conquest, 1400 - 1815 (Bibliography at End)
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History 3001(11) or 3038: The Age of
The Causes, Conduct, and Consequences of
Maritime Conflict and Conquest, 1400 - 1815
C. Thomas Long
Prof. M. Atkin
HIST 3001 section 13
History of Modern Iran
Term Paper Assignment
DUE DATE: The term paper is due on Monday, December 5, 2011
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: There is no specific length requirement for papers. I would be
surprised to see a
HIST 3001-Modern Iran
The Nostalgic Revolutionary: al-Afghani and the Tyranny of Naser al-Din Shah
The 19th century saw the beginning of the second Age of Imperialism, as the Great
Powers of Europe sought to divide up the w