A student must write on a particular photographer or body of images, or on a historical period in which the student is interested, etc. Project topics must establish links between photographic works and the contexts in which they were created.  Papers are researched using scholarly, responsible sources such as books, exhibition catalogues, and articles. (chiefly from the JSTOR database). Websites, Wikipedia, blogs and other such informal sources are NOT ACCEPTABLE as research.

Research projects will produce carefully-crafted papers of between 7 and 10 pages in length.

Papers are double-spaced, formatted with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch
margins throughout.

Supporting images with full caption information appear after the bibliography, which follows the body of the paper. In-text citations and the corresponding bibliography must be formatted per the
Chicago Manual of Style.

I am able to provide login info for databases, and answer any additional questions if needed. Sources in Annotated Bib can be changed if needed.