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FINAL PROJECT GUIDELINES
You have many options for your final project, and I encourage you to choose something that
relates in some way to your own interests and current research/projects. Your final project
must meet the requirements listed below, but the specific format and content is up to you
(there is a list of suggestions at the end of this document to help you generate some ideas). Be
ready to discuss your ideas with me in class on March 20th.
REQUIREMENTS:
Your final project must remain within the scope of this class with regard to topic and time
frame. That is, your topic must address the relationship between Japanese and Western art
between 1876 to 1945.
Thesis or Purpose Statement: Your final project must include a strong thesis (or purpose)
statement. This is a crucial aspect of your project because it’s the framework upon which
everything is built. Here’s a good explanation of thesis and purpose statements that will help
you develop whichever one is right for your project:
http://www.aui.ma/personal/~R.Mittan/materials/thes_pur.html
Introduction: Your final project must include a substantive overview of your topic. Your
thesis/purpose statement should be included in this introduction.
Images: Your final project must include at least 4 images (2 from Japan and 2 from Europe
and/or the U.S.). For each image, provide a caption with full identification and an appropriate
citation, properly formatted:
Chicago: https://sites.google.com/a/colgate.edu/colgatevr/citing-images/citing-images-chicago
MLA: https://columbiacollege-ca.libguides.com/mla/images
APA: https://libguides.scf.edu/c.php?g=847004&p=6077102
Analysis: For each of your images, provide a meaning analysis that addresses subject matter,
cultural context, the ways in which formal elements communicate, and anything else you think
is relevant. Refer to the following resources for help with your analysis:
http://www.getty.edu/education/teachers/building_lessons/formal_analysis.html
http://www.projectarticulate.org/principles.php
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/introduction-ap-arthistory/v/visualanalysis
https://www.pinerichland.org/cms/lib/PA01001138/Centricity/Domain/94/Contextual_Analysis
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https://valenciacollege.edu/academics/departments/arts-humanities-west/writing/historicalcultural.php
Research: You are expected to conduct serious academic research to complete this project. The
information you gather must come from at least 5 appropriate sources. Our research librarian,
Jill Luedke, can help you find appropriate scholarly/academic sources for your project. Make an
appointment with her by clicking here: http://paleystudy.temple.edu/appointment/8627
And you should explore our library’s website as well: https://library.temple.edu/
Citation Style: You must use either Chicago Manuel of Style, MLA, or APA (see me if you need
help choosing the one that is appropriate for your project and/or discipline). Please watch this
short tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMhMuVvXCVw&feature=youtu.be
Then click here for more information: https://www.library.ucdavis.edu/guide/citation-styles/
Grammar and Writing Mechanics: Your final project must demonstrate serious effort regarding
the technical aspects of writing and this will comprise a portion of your grade. Here is the link to
the “Resources” page from Temple’s Student Success Center website:
https://www.temple.edu/class/resources/index.html (click on “Writing Resources” and scroll
down for help with various components of academic writing). And this is another good website
for help with writing (hover over “Chapters” to see all the options, then click on the appropriate
link): https://writingcommons.org/
SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR FINAL PROJECT:
You might consider creating a virtual art exhibition, an exhibition catalogue, a website, a zine, a
Wikipedia entry, a lesson plan (elementary or secondary), a college course, a short
film/documentary, etc. Logistically, it may be impossible to produce some of these options
completely—in those cases you could, for example, create a representative portion of it or
write a proposal. Whatever you choose, remember that your final project must fulfill the
requirements outlined above.
Your topic could focus on a specific artist, subject, theme, category, concept, etc.
• Nature/flowers/landscape
• Women
• Water
• Animals
• Theater/performance
• Nudity/the body
• Clothing/costume
• Pleasure/beauty/conflict/entertainment
• Presentation of self/representation of other
• Prints/paintings/graphic illustration/ceramics/costume
• Materials/process

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