This project has four parts: the proposal, the annotated bibliography, the paper, and the presentation.

This project has four parts: the proposal, the annotated bibliography, the paper, and the presentation.

For your final research paper, it might help to imagine yourself a scholar looking for an interesting topic as well as a place to present or publish your work. Often, the first step in this process is locating an exciting and relevant CFP (Call for papers). The University of Pennsylvania has one of the most extensive CFP lists, and you can find that here: https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/.

A CFP is only the beginning; it typically only gives you a general topic.  You must decide how you want to respond the CFP.  Based on the topics listed on the CFP and the brainstorming we do in class, you should come up with a specific topic to investigate and research—it must have something to do with GENDER and AMERICAN CULTURE.  This is a very broad topic, so you will need to narrow down your focus. Once you’ve begun researching, you will then develop a position (argument) within that topic. You should be able to support that position with textual evidence from credible sources.

As you write your proposal and essay, you must keep in mind who your audience is—undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals in the field. To be considered credible, you will have to present a well-researched argument; therefore, you should have no less than seven sources.

 

Format :                                                                                                       

6-8 pages

12” Times New Roman

Double-spaced

1” Margins

Proper MLA Documentation

 

 

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