Below is all the information listed from the instructor. Attached is the Chapter from the textbook A History of Western Society, Thirteenth Edition.
Possible primary sources from the instructor’s list below that I found.
Sources: You may use the primary sources included in the textbook as well as sources from certain reliable online sources. For anything approaching a good grade, you must have at least 4 different primary sources. A primary source is a historical document, that is, a source produced in the actual time period you want to research. A secondary source is a source written by a later researcher that uses the primary sources to make their argument. A history book or a textbook is an example of a secondary source. For this project, the only secondary source you’ll need is our textbook.
How to find a subject: It helps to browse the primary sources so you know what’s available for use. It’s easy to think of a topic in a time period that the available sources simply won’t allow for. If you were studying history more seriously, such as at the graduate level, you might learn whole new languages and fly to distant destinations to find the sources you’re interested in. This is a more simplified version of that. I have nailed down sources for you that I know are reliable, and I want you to stay in there.
Step 3: Peruse Primary Sources specifically for that time/place. You may use the sources included in the textbook as well as sources from certain reliable online sources, which I’ve listed below. For anything approaching a good grade, you must have at least 4 different primary sources. You may use the primary sources included with the textbook, but you must also use some external sources as well.
The Internet History Sourcebook:
https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/index.asp Probably your best starting place. Tons of different sources from different subjects and time periods.
The Avalon Project (Law and Diplomacy sources) https://avalon.law.yale.edu/
Eyewitness to History: http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/eyindx.htm
Sparticus Educational (mostly modern sources) https://spartacus-educational.com/SpartacusIndex.htm
Feel free to do your own searching, but be cautious that you’re using reliable and credible sources. If you use sources other than the above sites and the textbook, you’ll need to talk to me about them.
Step 4: Come up with a topic and a basic research question. A research question is a question about something in a specific time and/or place. “What’s the deal with dogs in the Roman Empire?” could be considered a basic research question. Obviously you may not use this in your paper.
Step 6: Begin organizing your paper: Come up with your THESIS. The easiest way to come up with a thesis is to simply answer your research question. If you answer your research question in a complete, compound sentence, chances are you have a thesis. “The Romans had dogs, but used them mainly in war and in herding, rather than as family pets” is a fine example of a thesis.
Step 7: Collect and Organize your evidence in response to your thesis. I recommend you outline extensively using this basic format:
a. This section briefly introduces your topic and gets to your thesis, including a foreshadowing of the evidence you’re going to present.
b. Don’t make grandiose statements in an attempt to grasp for relevance. You’ll just open yourself up to criticism.
Citations: You must cite all information. Use Chicago Style citations (see videos below). Also, let me know which website you accessed the source from. Citations go in Footnotes.
2-3 pages, or about 650-750 words, double-spaced, Times New Roman font, 11 or 12 font.
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