Greek, Indian, and Roman Women Challenging Elements of their Patriarchal Societies

Major Writing Assignment: from Thinking Through Sources, Fourth Edition, Chapter 5 (Maximum Value: Eighty Points, must be completed to pass the HIST-101-01: World History to 1500 course)

Due Tuesday, November 9 at 11:59 pm

Submission: Text Entry via Canvas or attached to an email (preferably as a word document) for a virtual class (I would appreciate it being shared through Google Docs so I may copy and paste my paper submission to Canvas). Papers will only be accepted late for forty-eight hours and will be penalized ten percent of maximum value. Students are only allowed one attempt to turn an essay in.

Length: Four pages maximum (how the professor wants essay: “Quality of thought matters more than the quantity of words”).

Paper requirements: Must be typed, double spaced (approximately 21-23 lines per page), preferably using the Courier New font and size 12. Paragraphs and appropriate indentations should be used as well for organization purposes.

How to get started: Professor recommends reading and re-reading the relevant sections of Thinking Through Sources (TTS):

And studying the relevant portions of Ways of the World (WoTW) Fourth Edition:

“As you review WotW, you will see a fair bit of discussion about Athens and Sparta.  Remember that Sparta is frequently different from other Greek poleis or states.  Athens is much more representative of the Greeks generally and therefore may be used as your guide to things Greek.”

Do NOT plagiarize. “If you must quote, use quotation marks. Quote no more than you must and quote accurately if you do.” The only citation necessary for quoting is the page number after identity which book (TTS or WotW).

The professor also does NOT want elaborate citations for quotes. Ex: The correct way to cite is to write “…” (TTS, p. 70). He does not specify which Citation Style to use, whether it is MLA or APA format.

Professor’s additional expectations: Correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation. 10% of the points will relate to these expectations, while he is primarily interested in the content.

Do NOT use outside sources in the paper unless “to check your facts and make sure you are not saying something that is false.”

Do NOT write “I believe” or “In my opinion.”

Do NOT write “The document said” or, “The source said.” Instead, the professor notes, “People said and wrote things.  But do not keep repeating the source’s name every sentence either.”

Do NOT use contractions, such as couldn’t, didn’t, wasn’t, etc.

Question/Prompt (with a clarified version of “Integrating Primary and Secondary Sources” on p. 84): Using the two Historians’ Voices and Sources 5.5 and 5.6, examine the ways that Greek, Indian, and Roman women challenged at least some elements of their patriarchal societies.

Notice: Compared to TTS, the professor has altered the listed source numbers to conform to the societies mentioned in the question.

The paper should include an introduction and a conclusion paragraph. Students are not required to have a thesis statement.

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