Name Course Instructor Date Beyond the battle The civil war Conflicts are incurred in our daily lives how we choose to solve them is what differs. The American civil war was in the mid-19th century fought between 1861-1865. At this time the United States was undergoing an error of incredible growth; their congress passed a cansas-nebuaska act which essentially opened all new territories to slavery by affirming the rule of popular sovereignty of a congressional proclamation (Johnson 2015). It’s after Lincoln was elected in 1960 that the war broke in July 21 1861. The first battle of Bull Run (also called first Manassas in the south.) The second battle of Bull Run was in 1862 where in September 17 the particular day marked the bloodiest day. In January 1st in reality it was the inverse. Also one learns that being red was a disadvantage of the current US progressive values and people here were discriminated and punished for being free thinkers and artists Questions: What did the golden color in the painting represent? Why was red used to paint the lower part of the drawing? What did the red color in the painting represent? referencesJohnson Carter. "Keeping the Peace After Partition: Ethnic Minorities Civil Wars and the Third Generation Ethnic Security Dilemma." Civil Wars 17.1 (2015): 25-50. Tindall George Brown and David E. Shi. America: A narrative history. WW Norton & Company 2016. Mac Adam Alfred. "BARNABY FURNAS." (2015): 83-83. Belmonte Laura A. Selling the American Way: US Propaganda and the Cold War. University of Pennsylvania Press 2013. [...]
Develop two possible topics: 1. (A Nation at War 2. From Cold War to Culture Wars) to be explored in yo identif American artworks that relate to each topic. For each topic, also identify and explore two possible specific Internet research sources (e.g., an article found at Metropolitan Museum's Timeline of Art History website) and two AIPOD Online Library databases (e.g., Ebrary). Both images and specific research sources should be cited using MLA style. noting works of art, time periods, of artists A topic can be approached in a variety of ways: thematically, in which you choose artworks that span different time periods and share a common theme or idea; stylistically, comparing visual techniques and strategies across art movements; or by analyzing works according to a particular period, artist, or medium (sculpture, painting, printmaking, architecture, etc.). For each of the two topics, follow the TPQ model (Topic-Purpose-Question). Topic: Purpose: Question(s): Summarize and define each topic, discussing relevant works of art, time periods, artists, and/or styles. State your purpose for the paper: what would you like to learn or explore about your topic? And finally, list the questions you hope to answer from research and analysis of works of art. The TPQ model is meant to help you go from a broad topic to a more narrowly defined statement of purpose.