One term paper (6-8 pages, typed, double space) with notes (either MLA or Chicago Style), bibliography/list of references and images you discuss in your paper should also be attached separately. Students are expected to develop an issue related to the course material. Typical topics include studies of a single artist or a group of artists, a single artwork or a type of artwork, a specific art media, or a specific period of art, or a carefully delimited discussion about the development of a particular type of subject matter, within the time frame of 1840-2000. The grade will be based on the clarity of the presentation, the effectiveness of evidence presented, and the soundness of conclusions.
Format of References
Powers, Martin. Art and Political Expression in Early China. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1991
Wu, Hung. “The Origins of Chinese Painting (Paleolithic Period to Tang Dynasty),” in Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting, eds., Yang Xin and others. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1997. pp. 15-86.
Hay, Jonathan. “Ambivalent Icons: Works of Five Chinese Artists Based in the United States.” Orientations 23, no.7 (July 1992): 37-43.
Format of Citations
MLA (Author’s Last name, page #) (Author’s Last name, Year, Page #)
(Author’s last name, the title of the book, page number)
(Authors last name, the title of the article, page number)
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