Each part should be approximately one paragraph in length.a) Descriiption of t

Each part should be approximately one paragraph in length.
a) Descriiption of the topic. (Provide a detailed descriiption of your topic. For historic sites, consider including where is it located, what are the main buildings or structures of the site selected and/or public spaces such as plazas, gardens, and/or audience halls. Consider who lived there and/or who had access to the site and whether it was used for political, religious, commercial, and/or intellectual purposes. For other topics, provide specific detail about your topic including who, what, where, when, and why the topic is significant. For all topics, reflect on what is the contemporary relevance of your topic.)
b) Time frame of the topic (Include a date and include a descriiption of this time frame in East Asian history. Your goal is to provide the historical context of your topic. Consider major political, economic, social, or cultural developments of this era. Consult an academic peer reviewed source about your topic to help you formulate your answer. Include a minimum of one quote from the source you have found about the topic and explain the significance of the quote as part of your answer. Include a citation for the quote provided at the end of your proposal.)
c) Why you are interested in the topic (Consider addressing one or more of the following questions as part of your response: Have you studied or heard about the topic and are interested in learning more about it? Do you have a personal connection to the topic? Does a controversy associated with the site interest you? What do you think is the contemporary relevance of this topic?)
d) Three questions you have about the topic that you would like to answer through your research (These questions will help you narrow down what specific aspect of the topic you will focus on in your research paper.)
e) Three primary or secondary sources about your topic (These sources should not include our class text. You will need to use books or ebooks from the MSJC library collection, the JSTOR online database, or the EBSCO online database to identify a minimum of three academic peer-reviewed sources for your paper once you have selected a topic. Please do not use sources from other sites (i.e. websites, other databases, etc.) since one of our goals is to practice searching for books or articles specifically from the MSJC library collection, JSTOR, and/or EBSCO. To help get you started with finding sources, you are welcome to review the books/ebooks or JSTOR articles listed on the Canvas Research Paper Overview page as examples of works that can be used in academic research.
Tackett, Nicolas. “THE GREAT WALL AND CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF THE BORDER UNDER THE NORTHERN SONG.” Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, no. 38 (2008): 99–138. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23496246.3.
Waldron, Arthur. The Great Wall of China : From History to Myth. Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature, and Institutions. Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press, 1990. https://proxylib.msjc.edu:2237/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=909525&site=ehost-live.
Include a bibliographic citation of the sources at the end of the proposal using Chicago-style formatting. You can obtain the Chicago-style citation for your source in JSTOR or EBSCO by clicking on the “Cite” Utilize the Canvas Module on Chicago citations or use the Chicago formatting resources listed in the class syllabus. For citing your sources, remember to include a superscriipt number at the end of each sentence that includes a quote. At the bottom of your post, provide the source list for each numbered quote. In order to make a superscriipt number, click on the T2 button on the menu bar and then type in the appropriate number. To switch back to normal font, just click on the T2 button again. You can use the term “Ibid.” if you quote from the same source in sequential order.

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