Answer two of the following essay questions. Each essay should be two to three pages. NO OUTSIDE SOURCES. ALL SOURCES WILL BE PROVIDED. (Life of a Slave Girl and Horsmanden are sources for question 1) 1. Did legal investigations of conspiracy evolve from the seventeenth to the eighteenth century? If […]
Address questions like the way in which the work of the reformers is treated; how they attempted to both understand and respond to the issue of poverty; the actual results of their efforts in understand and respond to the issue of poverty; the actual results of their efforts in “real” […]
Length: 3-5 pages in length (12 point font, double spaced, 1 inch margins) Sources: At least 3 sources, including articles and books Please be sure to: 1). Start your paper with a solid thesis statement (central argument around which the paper is built) and avoid “re-telling” historical events unless you […]
Write about the site and your experiences there 4-5 pages. You must visit the site while enrolled in this class and may not write about a site that you visited in the past. Analyze, as best as you can, the history and community (demographics, such as gender, age, race, ethnicity), […]
In the article “The Case for Reparations,” (http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/06/the-case-for-reparations/361631/) Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses the history of slavery in the United States, analyzes its legacy, and argues in favor of reparations in an attempt to start making amends for slavery as a nation. Do you agree or disagree with his argument?
After spending some time navigating through the primary source collection on the Salem Witch trials (http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/home.html, find one source that you think captures the main theme or themes of the Salem Witch Trials. What does your source reveal about the Salem Witch Trials? And more broadly speaking, what do the […]