Historians rely on what other scholars have already researched and written about a chosen topic. These are called as secondary sources. A book-length treatment of a topic, also called a monograph, is a type of secondary source. Scholarly articles are also considered secondary in the historical discipline.
What is meant by “historical” monograph is not that the book was written in the historical past, but rather that the author is writing about and concerned with a specific set of historical moments and processes.
Students use their knowledge of a specific character or literary work to create a mixtape of songs that they feel reflect the development of the character or the major themes and ideas from the monograph. This assignment is a fun activity that helps students comprehend the text and draw connections to their personal tastes in music and prior experiences which help to create meaning within the text.
*5 total songs for the assignment required
Did you ever make a mixtape (or a digital playlist, if you’re young enough)? The greatest mixtapes weren’t those that just included a scattered array of tunes or repeated the same radio hits. They were the ones that challenged the listener with something new — a surprising artist, or an unexpected cover of a favorite song. The mixtape’s ultimate purpose was to deliver a message: declaring love, telling a story, or capturing a time and place. Like any great mixtape, curation is intentional and purposeful. The items chosen are thoughtful representations, and they are selected to communicate an idea.
Using ONE of the monographs from the approved list below,
create a mixtape that does the following:
DESCRIBES the monograph and sets it in historical context;
ANALYZES some aspect of the monograph from a historical point of view (see below for ideas);
CONSIDERS the benefits and limitations of the monograph as historical evidence
And PROPOSES some unanswered questions that this assignment has left you with.
Use Chicago Style for any citations within the paper.
Use as a guide, your paper should resemble the following, Negro with a Hat is not an approved monograph.
Heading for paper: (title of book, author, etc.)Follow this guideline, your paper should look similar:
Negro With A Hat: The Rise and Fall of Marcus Garvey. By Colin Grant. (Oxford UniversityPress, 2008, 530 pp. $17.95, ISBN 978-0-19-539309-5.) Use the directions below for this assignment: Make sure you have read the monograph in its entirety. Then you will create a soundtrack for your chosen monograph by the following method: –List each title of the song and artist.Next step:
1-DESCRIBES the monograph and sets it in historical context; Summary: This should be a concise summary of the content of the book including why the writing is significant given the particular time period and the dominant mode of thinking in that setting.
2-ANALYZES some aspect of the monograph from a historical point of view (see below for ideas);
Include your opinion of the content in the book. Give what you believe to be the major strengths and weaknesses of the ideas presented. Provide support for opinions and reactions by using concepts discussed in class and in the text (at least 4). Be sure to provide complete definitions of concepts used and provide a clear statement of how the concept applies to the issue at hand
Next, analyze the songs with the monograph, in the following manner:
Make sure you cite the pages from the text in the summary and or the discussion. You must have five songs and five passages.
Footnote for music lyrics:
Composer. Title of Recording. Performer/Ensemble. Conductor. Label Label number, date, format.
Make sure you put a heading and title on your paper, when I state create a mixtape, you will be choosing five relevant songs related to what you have read in the monograph and discuss with citations.
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