Category Archives: Fall 2010: Humanities, Identity, and Social Justice

For this exchange, students from Stanford and CCNY posted on their research topics centered on issues of identity and narrative.

Battle of the Sexes

This post was written by a student in Susan Schuyler’s Narrative, Rhetoric, and Identity class at Stanford University. Each student in this class will complete a research-based argument related to the course topic. My research topic is going to be … Continue reading

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Gentrification of Washington Heights

Research Paper Proposal Topic Choice: Gentrification of Washington Heights “The rehabilitation and settlement of decaying urban areas by middle- and high-income people” is what the word can be broken down to. For the purpose of this study, specifically, Washington Heights, … Continue reading

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The Arts and it’s relevance to children’s development

My purposal examines the arts and it affect on children’s behavior throughout their development. The arts facilitates an environment where children can express themselves through music, dance,poetry, drawing,painting,coloring and sculpting. The idea of using the arts in examining children behavior … Continue reading

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topic proposal

Topic proposal The arts are one of the categories in humanities I find interesting, especially music. I find music is very important in everyday modern life. Now days, people don’t seem to leave their home without some type of mp3 … Continue reading

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Topic Proposal: Oppression of LGBTQ Community in the US by denial of Equal Rights

Historically the United States has withheld Constitutional Rights from its citizens based on discriminatory prejudices. The two most remembered movements are the African American & Women’s Rights Movements. There is, however, another group of people in the US that started … Continue reading

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