5 body paragraphs addressing topics listed H u m a n i t i e s

5 body paragraphs addressing topics listed H u m a n i t i e s

  • I have written a proposal on this subject that you can go off on and expand upon for the essay. It includes the main ideas and six sources that you have to incorporate into the essay. You can use the ‘motivation’ section in my proposal as an introduction and expand on it.
  • Length: 5 pages, double-spaced
  • Organization
    • Intro / Thesis
    • Historiography
    • At least 3-5 body paragraphs addressing topics listed in the thesis
    • Conclusion
    • work cited in MLA ( needs six sources, I already have six in the proposal but feel free to add your own)

    General Outline Expectations for Papers

    1. Introduction
      • Note: sometimes it is helpful to begin an essay with an anecdote or statistic that helps your reader ground themselves in your topic a little more
      • Note: Avoid over-generalizations (i.e. the history of science has been plagued with misogyny)
      • Your thesis should argue what your thoughts are on an issue (e.g. Although eugenics has been written on in a, b, and c ways, it is still very prevalent in the American healthcare system as evidenced by x, y, and z)
        • Use the three subtopics you list as your “x, y, and z” in your topic sentences and to order your body paragraphs. So, for instance, if you intend to address reprogenetics, as your first topic, the first subtopic below will need to begin by discussing reprogenetics.
      • State what issue you have chosen and why
      • Give a brief background on the issue
      • Write a thesis (should be the last sentence in your introduction)
    • Historiography
      • What does the literature look like on your topic? Discuss what others have done to address this or similar issues
      • State how your project will work within, outside of, or alongside what has already been done
    • Subtopic 1 (listed in thesis)
      • Evidence
      • Bring back to thesis
    • Subtopic 2 (listed in thesis)
      • Evidence
      • Bring back to thesis
    • Subtopic 3 (listed in thesis)
      • Evidence
      • Bring back to thesis
    • Conclusion (avoid saying “In conclusion,” “In summary,” etc.)
      • Restate your thesis (do not use exact wording in your intro), summarize your argument (2-3 sentences), offer your conclusions
    • Bibliography

    General thoughts on writing

    • Be careful with your language.
    • Be clear in your distinctions between what is your argument and what isn’t.
    • References!
    • Females vs. women
    • Normative claims
    • Use 3rd person voice (avoid “I,” “me,” “we,” “you,” “your,” etc.)

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