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Choosing a thematic essay means that you are specifically interested in a specif

Choosing a thematic essay means that you are specifically interested in a specific topic and the way it is expressed through art because you were able to grasp how it illuminates an aspect of the Latin American experience.
RULES
Three artworks (no more) picked from different time periods and /or nations that fit your chosen theme that you will introduce chronologically wise (Unless you have a VERY compelling reason not to do so and in that case ask me and make sure to have a constructive argument for it so we can gauge it together.)
IMPORTANT ADVICE
A thematic theme essay will spend perhaps less time on the minute details of descriptive analysis as compared to a “Compare and Contrast” but it will spend a more sizable chunk of time of the socio-cultural context and that you should know a thing or two about the topic you chose or are willing to research a learn more about it…
STILL: you will keep the 40% descriptive analysis ratio to 60% content. However, you will divide the 40% more or less equally between the number of art works you are dealing with…
So this sort of essay is good for students who are interested in the broader picture so to speak. Also, given that you always introduce your art works in a chronological order, THEN it means that you should reflect about and discuss how the artistic practices / styles evolved? changed? regressed? morphed? hybridized or simply were vastly different style wise given the individual approach of each artist or …
GENERAL ESSAY / RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS FOR ANT ESSAY FORMULA
Title page with your name, teacher’s name, the class + semester + essay option you chose + original and descriptive title for your essay. Yes, you can do better than Latin American art History essay…
Typewritten with 0.6” margin — Maximum 7 pages — very strict minimum 3 pages (excluding title page with artworks and bibliography.)
Single to 1 to 1.5 line space – not double!
The essay must have a proper introduction with a highlighted thesis statement and it must be long of several paragraphs as well as a proper conclusion.
This essay must incorporate research and 3 scholarly sources (whether consulted electronically or not) that means 2 to 3 scholarly art journals references + 2 to 3 books or article references. NO MORE than 3 websites references (pick them wisely!)
Have a bibliography or footnotes: I do not care whether it is MLA or Chicago style bibliography. An essay without bibliography will have a 24 hours grace period for you to send it, after that the essay will be drastically down graded by 30 points.
For practical advice on how to avoid plagiarism you must visit “Writing Resources” in Homepage (bottom – right hand side.) I will conduct random plagiarism checks.
Please, make sure your essay is saved as a doc, docx or pdf.
Each essay will have a grading rubric and 1/4 of the points will be assigned to “writing mechanics”.
As well as demonstrate your ability to visual literacy analyzing works of art’s various aspects such as:
Art elements
Design Principles
Medium and technique

Partnoy 1 Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School 1). Tort

Partnoy 1
Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School
1). Torture, disappearance, rape and other forms of state terrorism intend the dehumanization of the victims, who are completely deprived of their rights and treated as less than human in order to scare them, traumatize them, and also terrorize others.
In today’s selection of The Little School, look for one example of how guards dehumanized prisoners and one example of how prisoners resisted that violence by humanizing themselves and others.
Partnoy 2
Partnoy – Selections from The Little School 2.pdf
2) These three chapters present three events (a conversation with a friend, creating and sharing poetry, the birth of a child) that have both positive and negative consequences for the prisoners. Choose one of these chapters and explain what are those positive and negative consequences. As always, support your answer with quotes or examples from the reading.

Partnoy 1 Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School 1). Tort

Partnoy 1
Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School
1). Torture, disappearance, rape and other forms of state terrorism intend the dehumanization of the victims, who are completely deprived of their rights and treated as less than human in order to scare them, traumatize them, and also terrorize others.
In today’s selection of The Little School, look for one example of how guards dehumanized prisoners and one example of how prisoners resisted that violence by humanizing themselves and others.
Partnoy 2
Partnoy – Selections from The Little School 2.pdf
2) These three chapters present three events (a conversation with a friend, creating and sharing poetry, the birth of a child) that have both positive and negative consequences for the prisoners. Choose one of these chapters and explain what are those positive and negative consequences. As always, support your answer with quotes or examples from the reading.

Partnoy 1 Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School 1). Tort

Partnoy 1
Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School
1). Torture, disappearance, rape and other forms of state terrorism intend the dehumanization of the victims, who are completely deprived of their rights and treated as less than human in order to scare them, traumatize them, and also terrorize others.
In today’s selection of The Little School, look for one example of how guards dehumanized prisoners and one example of how prisoners resisted that violence by humanizing themselves and others.
Partnoy 2
Partnoy – Selections from The Little School 2.pdf
2) These three chapters present three events (a conversation with a friend, creating and sharing poetry, the birth of a child) that have both positive and negative consequences for the prisoners. Choose one of these chapters and explain what are those positive and negative consequences. As always, support your answer with quotes or examples from the reading.

Partnoy 1 Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School 1). Tort

Partnoy 1
Discussion on first selection of Partnoy’s The Little School
1). Torture, disappearance, rape and other forms of state terrorism intend the dehumanization of the victims, who are completely deprived of their rights and treated as less than human in order to scare them, traumatize them, and also terrorize others.
In today’s selection of The Little School, look for one example of how guards dehumanized prisoners and one example of how prisoners resisted that violence by humanizing themselves and others.
Partnoy 2
Partnoy – Selections from The Little School 2.pdf
2) These three chapters present three events (a conversation with a friend, creating and sharing poetry, the birth of a child) that have both positive and negative consequences for the prisoners. Choose one of these chapters and explain what are those positive and negative consequences. As always, support your answer with quotes or examples from the reading.

Students will complete a research paper analyzing and detailing the work of a La

Students will complete a research paper analyzing and detailing the work of a Latinx individual/Organization in the Latinx Advocacy/CJ field; or one that serves the Latinx Community.
Chosen Organization (LULAC)
Part I – Introduction of the subject/organization and their work (1-2 page)
Part II- Details about their life, history and their specific CR/ CJ issue/activity. (5-6pages) Their understanding of DTSAM, Minority, Dominant v. Subordinate
Part –III- Conclusion reflecting on their work and accomplishments or challenges (1-2 page)
· Project is 7-10pages, 12 pt Times New Roman, double-spaced, 1 inch margins, spell-check please! APA format, please follow guideline on John Jay website.
· Find THREE journal articles that explain the history, philosophy and/or mission of this type of activist/organization; official reports, court cases etc.