HUMA 1301 Take Home Exam

turnitin.com is NOT working. Yes, I know this. No, I don’t know how to fix it. Please don’t plagiarize. Just bring your papers to class on Tuesday.

Type your answers. Use spell check. Do not take other people’s words or ideas without the requisite citations. You do not need to create a works cited if you only use the book. Just give page numbers. I recommend simply using the book and your brain, together an incredible combination!

Grading will be on content—development, organization, clarity, and detail—and grammar and mechanics. The bulk of the grade will be content. Please use the MLA format: double spaced throughout, name/Dr. Davis/Huma 1301/due date on the top left of the first page, name/page number on pages 2ff.
Please do not repeat major aspects of information in more than one essay. Short mentions of previously discussed material is fine; complete re-use is not.
Each essay should be between one and three pages.
1. Discuss the use of art (music, architecture, drama, and art) to present a message. How has art been used throughout history to “say” something? Give specific examples from the Roman through late medieval (or Gothic) era. Discuss information from at least three chapters.
2. How has the approach to the human body in art changed through the ages? Give specific examples from the Roman through late medieval (or Gothic) era. Discuss information from at least three chapters.
3. Discuss the metamorphosis of architecture through history. How has architecture changed? How has it remained the same? Give specific examples from the Greek (chapter 3) through the late medieval era. Discuss information from at least three chapters.
The take-home exam will be in lieu of class.
Hwk:
Read AHS chapter 8, pages 191-226.

Cultural Experience:
Saturday, April 23 from 7:30pm until 11:30pm at El Rincon Social, 3210 Preston
Final cultural experience paper will be due April 28.

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