Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities project and need support to help me learn.OverviewWe all share common experiences that can be generally classified within the major themes of art. Examples of these themes include love, mortality, identity, truth, and beauty. The representation of these themes through various media reveals central beliefs shared by a common people. The comparison of objects from the humanities with similar themes helps to uncover not only the uniqueness of each respective cultural artifact, but also a shared human consciousness that transcends time and place.Your project for this course has two parts. In Project Part One, you will complete an exploration document examining two cultural artifacts that you select, identifying a theme common to both of them and developing a thesis statement related to the theme and artifacts. You will also identify an audience who would be interested in your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. In Project Part Two, you will develop a presentation for your audience. In your presentation, you will discuss the impact of the cultural artifacts, theme, and thesis statement on both individuals and society, supporting your claims with evidence. You will also explain how study of the humanities has impacted you both personally and professionally.In Project Part One, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: Illustrate the impact of the humanities on personal and professional experiences Select appropriate and relevant resources in the humanities in investigating expressions of human creativity Communicate effectively to specific audiences in examining fundamental aspects of human culture Apply essential principles of the humanities in exploring major themes of human culture and creativityPromptChoose two cultural artifacts to analyze. These artifacts may take the form of any artistic medium, such as literature, poetry, music, film, dance, painting, and sculpture, and so on. Then, identify a common theme and compare your examples to one another as expressions of the same theme in different cultural artifacts. Chapters 3 through 6 in the Soomo webtext will walk you through this process.Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:I. Describe the cultural artifacts that you chose. Consider questions such as these in your response: What is the name or title of the artifact? Who is theauthor or artist? What is the date or time period when the artifact was created? What is the cultural location or physical setting of the artifact? Inaddition, you could consider including a photograph or image of each cultural artifact, if they are visual artifacts.II. Identify at least one common theme that will serve as the framework of your exploration document. How is the theme expressed in your artifacts?III. Explain how the theme you identified is related to your personal experience. For instance, you could discuss how the expression of the theme in yourcultural artifacts is connected to you personally.IV. Discuss a profession that could be impacted by the theme you identified. In other words, how is the theme you identified related to professionalexperiences? How could a working knowledge of the humanities be useful in this field?V. Describe at least three humanities resources that you could use to investigate your theme and artifacts. Your sources must be relevant to your themeand of an appropriate academic nature. In your description, consider questions such as the following: What are the similarities and differences in thecontent of your sources? What makes them appropriate and relevant for investigating your issue? What was your thought process when you weresearching for sources? How did you make choices? Did you encounter any obstacles and, if so, how did you overcome them? If you did not, why do you think it was so easy to find what you needed?VI. Use the humanities resources that you selected to research your theme and cultural artifacts, making sure that you cite your sources. Based on your research, do the following:A. Discuss the relationship between each cultural artifact and its historical context. In other words, what were the circumstances under which eachartifact was created?B. Explain the similarities and differences that you observe in the cultural artifacts you selected, in relation to the theme. For instance, do theartifacts contain any symbolism? If so, how are the symbols both similar and different? What do the symbols tell you about each artifact?C. Discuss the medium—such as literature, music, or sculpture—through which your cultural artifacts were created. For instance, how did thecreator or creators of each artifact use the medium to convey something about the meaning of the artifact?VII. Based on your research, develop a thesis statement that conveys the claim you plan to make about your theme and artifacts. Your thesis statementshould be clear, specific, and arguable.VIII. Based on your research, identify an audience that would be interested in your theme and thesis statement. For example, who would benefit most fromhearing your message?IX. Describe how and why you can tailor your message to your audience, providing specific examples based on your research. For example, will youraudience understand the terminology and principles used by humanities scholars, or will you need to explain these? How will you communicateeffectively with your audience?X. Provide a reference list that includes all of the humanities resources you used to research your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. Ensure that yourlist is formatted according to current APA guidelines (or another format with instructor permission).
Requirements: 11 pages for both assignemnt
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