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    out-of-class essay will be worth an additional 100 points. See below for the out-of-class essay questions. Ancient Near Eastern & Greek Culture Terms: Trojan War, anthropomorphism, polytheism, monotheism, Archaic Age, Classical Age, Hellenistic Age Art & Artworks: Sculpture: relief sculpture, free-standing sculpture, idealism, naturalism; characteristics of Archaic sculpture, kouros, kore; characteristics of Classical sculpture, Myron, Discus Thrower, Polycleitus, Spear-Bearer, Canon, unknown

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    Final Project: Time Capsule Sally Hall August 9, 2011 HU300-02 Art & Humanities: Twentieth Century and Beyond Professor: Christine Richardson Kaplan University Abstract The purpose of this paper is to explain the contents I would add to a time capsule to be opened in the future. The paper will include an introduction, how I define happiness and examples of a piece of literary work, a song, a piece of art, film, and pop culture items and why each would benefit adding to the

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    folly of humanity and the indifference of the natural world. Pangloss struggles to find justification for the terrible things in the world, but his arguments are simply absurd, as, for example, when he claims that syphilis needed to be transmitted from the Americas to Europe so that Europeans could enjoy New World delicacies such as chocolate. More intelligent and experienced characters, such as the old woman, Martin, and Cacambo, have all reached pessimistic conclusions about humanity and the world

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    Why is this item worth preserving for the future, and what does it communicate about our culture today? Why this object above all the other possibilities? 4.A significant literary work (poem, short story, play, or novel.) 5.A significant example of art or architecture. 6.A significant song or group of songs. 7.A significant film. 8.A significant item from popular culture (a toy, gadget, fad, etc.) Please feel free to include examples that you discovered in our studies this term. Challenge yourself

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    Introduction to Humanities Janel Carrier AIU Abstract This paper compares and contrasts distinguishing elements or features of early Greek and Roman cultures. It includes a table that illustrates significant examples of the various features. It also includes the elements of culture such as government, geographical terrain, economics and trade practices, art, architecture, philosophical and religious beliefs. Elements | Greek | Roman | Government and geographical terrain | Is a Mediterranean

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    Carol DeMeo November 27, 2010 HU300-16 Unit 3 Assignment Arts & Humanities Part I: Take a field trip around your neighborhood, city, or region. Find one example of architecture that catches your attention. Explain what you see in detail. Discuss the elements of form and function. Which concepts from the chapter reading are applied in this work? I live in Boca Raton, Florida and down here we have so many different buildings of sorts to look at from the high rising

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    practice humanity more than any other virtue. Although the slaves are shown to be loyal, the author shows that she never supported what was happening to them. On the other hand, Narrative of Sojourner Truth a Northern Slave is a story told by a woman who had gone through very many hardships because of slavery. However, it is worth noting that in both stories the women show that slaves believed that God was the only being that cared about the welfare of the slaves. They use God as a sign of humanity, which

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    Latin Language (2012). Retrieved November 2012 from: http://www.unrv.com/culture/latin-language.php Medieval Writing. (2005). Retrieved November 2012 from: http://medievalwriting.50megs.com/whyread/vernac2.htm Sayre.(2012). Discovering the Humanities. 2nd Edition. Pearson

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    that began by those who live in cities. Civilization comes from the word civis, which is a Latin word meaning citizen of a city. Civilization is characterized by everything that makes up the way of life in a city. This includes form of government, arts, customs, and technology. Civilization is similar to a culture except that civilization is more advanced and complex. Everyone has a culture but not everyone is in a civilization. The increase in agriculture and domestication of animals were major

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    Running Head: Letter to the future My Letter to the Future Susan Steichen HU300: Art and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond Kaplan University Unit 9 Project 11/11/12 Dear People of the future, My name is Susan Steichen and I live in the year 2012. Just wanted to let you know a little bit about me and what the past consists of through my point of view. My day usually consists of getting up at 3:30 am to get ready for work; I have to be to work at 5 am. I work in the accounting department

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    HUMA205-1203A-15 Art Appreciation Steven R Cross AIU Online 10 June, 2012 Abstract Art takes form in many different ways of expression. Some throughout history express a way of life and belief, while others many express an escape for what back then may be the normal thoughts and patterns. The viewer may take from the art, knowledge or feelings of life back then. As time went by people and lifestyles changed as well did art and expression. Art Appreciation Encyclopedia Britannica (Encyclopaedia

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    Final Project – Time Capsule Since the creation of time, man has been inventing creations to enhance and abet the living experience of human beings with hopes of making daily tasks (domestic or work) more manageable while exerting less physical effort or for safety measures.   This time capsule has been written to share with future generations some of the creations that were made near the end of the 20th Century and the beginning of 21st, to afford a propitious soul with a better understanding how

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    Humanity World Wide Our team is working all the time to make sure your money is spent in the areas were it is needed most, also making sure that the money is spent to benefit generations. Your money and physical support is required the most to make sure that these people can succeed in the best possible way. This charity has a unique approach to helping people in the world, it not only responds to emergency disasters efficiently but also uses donations to rebuild hospitals, educational centers

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    Neoclassical art period occurred in the 18th century Age of Enlightment and has been defined to have been between the years of 1780 CE and 1820 CE. This art period started when Pompeii was accidentally rediscovered in the 1700’s after Mount Vesuvius erupted, covering all the occupants. Europeans were fascinated with the frozen city and this revitalized the interest in the classical art of Rome and Greece. Neoclassical art techniques used light and dark colors to contrast, simulating the Baroque art time

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    Ages” was later replaced by the Renaissance period. It was period of rebirth of ancient techniques and newly developed techniques that had major success in the art industry. Greco-Roman heritage and Byzantine examples inspired the artists. (Wikipedia, n.d.) This paper will discuss the relationship between Middle Age and Renaissance art periods. The middle ages also known as the dark ages were a period of barbarism, ignorance, and superstition. (Wikipedia, n.d.) The period saw a decrease in

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    Ages” was later replaced by the Renaissance period. It was period of rebirth of ancient techniques and newly developed techniques that had major success in the art industry. Greco-Roman heritage and Byzantine examples inspired the artists. (Wikipedia, n.d.) This paper will discuss the relationship between Middle Age and Renaissance art periods. The middle ages also known as the dark ages were a period of barbarism, ignorance, and superstition. (Wikipedia, n.d.) The period saw a decrease in

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    Ethical Lens Inventory April Jackson Humanities/US/101 September 8, 2013 Lydia Portee What my ethical lens inventory said; is that I see the gifts and weaknesses of each lens and able to move fluidly among them to adapt the right tools to each situation to assure the best outcome. I use reasoning skills to determine my duties as well as the universal rules and the systems that will assure fairness and justice for everyone. I also listen to my intuition to determine the greatest good for each

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    Michelle Castillo Semester 2 ENC 1102 Negean Mohi Paper Two Final 1 February 2012 Humanity Humans will never be fully rational. Of course some are more irrational than others, but we all have a weakness in something that leads us to making decisions based on emotion. If you look closely, in today’s world being rational usually leads to more financial success and can sometimes be interpreted for cold hearted. After reading Mary Roach and Joan Didion’s article, Roach would be

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    you see at the interior ceiling of Sibonga church? How is the subject re/presented? What kind of subject is present in the artwork? * The church features pre-war ceiling frescoes that depict various biblical scenes. This magnificent work of art was rendered by Rey Francia, a Cebuano artist. Dalaguete Church 1. Create a Pencil or pen sketch of the façade San Guillermo Paris Church. Argao Mortuary 1. Name of parish and date church construction was finished. * St. Michael the

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    Humanities and Its Value Many times when a person is asked about humanities he may not know exactly what the teacher is asking. “Humanities?” the student may think without realizing how profound and useful it is within the world. Humanities can include many different studies upon the world, in its most general description it is a complete study of human ideas and expressions with emphasis on both developing techniques and skills for studying art, as well as learning about actual artistic creations

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    Porcelain is a specific kind of ceramic produced in the extreme temperatures and was originated in China. Early in the 16th century BC during the Shang Dynasty (1600 BC-1046 BC), the ancient prototypes of porcelain had already appeared in China. The art of Chinese porcelain reached its peak and became popular and famous throughout the world. Another useful invention and contribution was the use of iron and steel. In the early 5th century BC during the Zhou Dynasty, ancient China developed the

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    Standards for the Arts and Humanities Pennsylvania Department of Education 22 Pa. Code, Chapter 4, Appendix D (#006-276) Final Form-Annex A July 18, 2002 Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities XXV. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction………………………………………….……. XXVI. THE ACADEMIC STANDARDS Production, Performance and Exhibition of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts…………..……………… A. Elements and Principles in each Art Form B. Demonstration of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts C. Vocabulary

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    Introduction James Weldon Johnson wrote the song entitled, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,”also known as“The Negro National Anthem, as a poem in 1900. (The Black National Anthem, 2012) This song was first performed in public in Jacksonville, FL., as part of a celebration of Abraham Lincoln’s commemorative birthday celebration February 12, 1900. This song quickly became a means by which African Americans could demonstrate their patriotism and hope for the future of America. Development This song

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    1. Define humanities: The humanities are academic disciplines that study human culture, using methods that are primarily analytical,[citation needed] critical, or speculative, and having a significant historical element,[1] as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches of the natural sciences.[1] The humanities include ancient and modern languages, literature, philosophy, religion, and visual and performing arts such as music and theatre. The humanities that are also sometimes regarded as

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    Parnara Phom Humanities reflection 5/15/14 Throughout the year this course has taught me valuable things. It’s given me more courage to speak, a louder voice, and good note taking skills while watching a movie. I can analyze movies better than i did before. The class has helped me in many ways and I appreciate all it has done. At first I thought that the class was pointless it was just watching movies and I truly hated watching movies, I just never had the patience to sit down and watch

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    The humanities are academic disciplines that study human culture, using methods that are primarily critical, or speculative, and have a significant historical element—as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches of the natural sciences. The humanities include ancient and modern languages, literature, philosophy, religion, and visual and performing arts such as music and theatre. The humanities that are also sometimes regarded as social sciences include history, anthropology, area studies

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    The humanities are academic disciplines that study human culture, using methods that are primarily critical, or speculative, and have a significant historical element—as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches of the natural sciences. The humanities include ancient and modern languages, literature, philosophy, religion, and visual and performing arts such as music and theatre. The humanities that are also sometimes regarded as social sciences include history, anthropology, area studies

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    Middle Ages and Renaissance Art Western Governor’s University It is interesting how two different artistic periods can compare to each other. When comparing Middle Age art to art of the Renaissance, I find a vast transformation of ideas and mentality between the two eras. The Middle Ages, also called the Medieval period, lasted from the 5th to the 15th century. It began with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. Christianity

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    Ethan Price May 7, 2013 Humanities Final Exam 1. Psychology began to influence the visual arts through Expressionism, the Dada movement, and Surrealism. Expressionism focused on a Freudian unconscious concept of psychology. Edvard Muach displayed this type of art with a style of haunting synthesis of distorted forms and savage colors. The dada movement was a thought of the world as chaos; therefore the creative endeavors must be insane. It consisted of spreading the gospel of irrationality

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    Hum-101 introduction to the humanities i: philisophical thought final paper [Draw your reader in with an engaging abstract. It is typically a short summary of the document. When you’re ready to add your content, just click here and start typing.] Hum-101 introduction to the humanities i: philisophical thought final paper [Draw your reader in with an engaging abstract. It is typically a short summary of the document. When you’re ready to add your content, just click here and start typing.]

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  • Literature, Arts, and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation

    Literature, Arts, and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation Literature, Arts, and the Humanities: Analysis and Interpretation A1. Earlier Historical Art Period - Impressionism Impressionism has been considered the first modern movement in painting. It started in the 19th century and was developed in Paris. Impressionist paintings are work produced between about 1867 and 1886. Its influence spread throughout Europe and eventually the United States. “Its founding

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    inspiring by how he was able to engineer the experience through electronic devices that gave the wall life. It means a lot that someone experienced something so small but yet brings us to that experience that we are alive. I personally think this piece of art has its place, but I was not a fan of the exposed wires connecting one device to another. I would not purchase this piece. References 21cmuseumhotels. (2009). www.21cmuseumhotels.com Retrieved October 6, 2014, From Web site: http://www.21cmuseumhotels

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  • Arts & Humanities Time Final Project

    HU300-01 Arts and Humanities Final Project – Time Capsule Final Project – Time Capsule Since the creation of time, man has been inventing creations to enhance and abet the living experience of human beings with hopes of making daily tasks (domestic or work) more manageable while exerting less physical effort or for safety measures. This time capsule has been written to share with future generations some of the creations that were made near the end of the 20th Century and the beginning of 21st

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    appears to be a harbor, maybe with fishermen. It's a simple setting that shows a story. The man in the boat looks likes he's rowing to the harbor ahead of him.     The Impressionism style consists of loose brushstrokes which can be seen in this work of art. Realism often shows more ordinary or realistic activities. Realism is not Running head: Individual Project Unit 4 romanticized. Post Impressionism does not showcase the subject. It stresses the form of shapes and unnatural colors. [pic]

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    Report in Humanities *Characters Mckeever as XANDER Jewelle as AGNES *5 characteristics of Agnes - jolly / naughty – Jamaica - cold / serious – Pamela - the genius one – Mae (eyeglasses) - talented – Lyra - Beautiful one – Shenna (heels) *Props White door Curtains (for changing the set) Recorded voice for “thoughts” Speaker School Uniforms for reporters [FLOW OF THE STORY] -at the apartment- Xander was finally home from his school, and he looks like having a big problem. He blew

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    Renaissance Humanism encompasses the philosophy that people are capable of truth and goodness. Much of this ideology and philosophy representing art and literature, whose roots are deeply planted in classic Latin, came to the forefront in the Fifteenth Century. Art and literature in the Fifteenth Century were a revival of “Greek and Roman studies, which emphasized the value of the classics for their own sake, rather than for their relevance to Christianity” (Hunter & Payne, 2003). Humanists

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    the region that the statuette was discovered was probably an ice covered land, and therefore, her voluptuous image probably portrays a desire for food and to survive. Humans will always have one thing in common: survival. Whether it is a work of art portraying the importance of survival, or a toy idolized by people who are celebrating their survical; we have always focused on self-perpetuation. This commonality makes it a little easier for us, hundreds of years into the future, to understand and

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    Humanities Essay: Age of Exploration Jacques Cartier Jacques Cartier was born on December 31st 1491 in Saint-Malo Brittany . Cartier’s career in exploration began in 1524 when he accompanied the Italian-born French explorer Giovanni da Verrazano on his explorations of the Atlantic Coast of Canada and the United States. Cartier first discovered the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 1534, he also discovered the St. Lawrence River in 1535. King

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    King Tutankhamen’s Tomb: A Mummy‘s Curse 24 July 2014 Humanities Strayer University Do curses really exist? Louis Sachar stated, “A lot of people don't believe in curses. A lot of people don't believe in yellow-spotted lizards either, but if one bites you, it doesn't make a difference whether you believe in it or not (Goodreads, 2014).” Many people believe that the death of King Tutankhamen generated a curse. The speculation of the curse originated when people began to die after finding his

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    Humanities Sze Lee Wan HUM/102 – INTRO TO THE HUMANITIES II RENAISSANCE TO THE PRESENT October 26, 11:59PM Humanities are the study of how people process and what they learn from their life experience. It also allow us to study human culture and like what is happening in the history and how all the culture is being past from our ancestors to us. Since human have been born, we have used philosophy, literature, religion, art, music, history and language to understand and improve

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    provides an overview on the subject of art appreciation for those entirely new to the subject. This is a complex topic to deal with and it is impossible to have a truly comprehensive discussion on the topic in such a brief essay. The student is advised to consult more advanced texts to gain further understanding of how to appreciate art more fully. HUMANITIES: What is it? • The term Humanities comes from the Latin word, “humanitas” • It generally refers to art, literature, music, architecture

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art Stephanie N. Robinson Professor Pigg HUM 112 December 12th, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art in person; but due to modern day science and technology taking virtual tours is now possible. I must say that it is on my to do list for when I do visit New York. From the pictures online I am amazed by the design of the building in the Metropolitan museum of art; the design is an art in itself. It

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    incredible enthusiasm for Phillis' education. Numerous biographers have indicated her giftedness; Wheatley figured out how to analyze and compose English by the age of nine, and she was comfortable with Latin, Greek, the Bible, and selected works of art at a young age. (Jordan, 2015) She started composing verses at thirteen, basing her work on the English poet’s of the time, especially John Milton, Thomas Gray, and Alexander Pope. (Jordan, 2015) Her lyric "On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield"

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    Humanity today is regressing. Whatever steps we take forward, they take us back as human beings. We live in a world that, although it has borders, it is limitless. People can travel anywhere, see anything, experience every feeling that ever existed, but we are not satisfied. We try to impose borders on ourselves, we fight today to be recognized as not belonging to “their community”, to be labeled as part of a smaller group. We fight today to impose limits to a world in which yesterday people have

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    the painting that most interests me is J.M.W. Turner’s use of colors to paint his pieces of art. There are no clear lines. It is somewhat blurry as the colors blend together. There are bright and dark colors scattered throughout the painting. It is difficult though, to decipher exactly what is in the painting. Much is left up to your imagination until you know the real meaning behind the piece of art. Turner’s use of color and brush strokes is fascinating. I am amazed how these painting techniques

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    Unit 4: Project Keys Fan Piano University HU 300 – Art and Humanities August 4, 1999   Happiness and liberty were clearly a motivating force during the fight against desegregation in the 1950s. The student leaders in African American community began to take the stage under the spotlight by emerging with immense power and energy. Barbara Rose Johns possessed an important quality to being a successful leader and that quality, understands leadership is a communal effort not singular. Barbara

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  • Arts and Humanities-Unit 2

    Unit 2 Project-Art Part I: The First Presbyterian Church Part II: Giant Fire Hydrant HU300: Art and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond Unit 2 Project-Art Part 1: The First Presbyterian Church The term "architecture" has been adopted to describe the activity of designing any kind of system. In relation to buildings, architecture has to do with the planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience that reflect functional, technical, social, environmental, and aesthetic considerations

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    Unit 2 Assignment Art HU300-18: Arts and Humanities Professor Elder Brittney Hirschauer Part I: The architecture that really caught my eye was our city hall building in town. I am not sure who it was that built it, but to me it seems like this building has been here forever. It was built in 1899 and was expanded in 2002. There is a historic ballroom on the second floor that has been used since it was built. The building itself is made of brick with dark brick being the main component

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    Humanities Salvador Alingas HUM/100 November 4, 2011 Beverly Smith Humanities The term “Humanities” comes from a Latin word humanus which means “human, cultured and refined” www.scribd.com. Generally, Humanities is the collective study of the human life itself- its condition, values and qualities. Humanities study brings us in contact with the human culture, history, philosophy, experiences and activities. It also includes the study of human expression through music, arts and design, music

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    American Dream." Literary Themes for Students: The American Dream. Ed. Anne Marie Hacht. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale, 2007. 581-585. Literary Themes for Students. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 12 May 2012. Sayre, Henry M. (2008). Discovering the humanities. Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education.

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