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ACMB01: Find Resources for your Final Essay

A library guide to assist you in finding the resources you need to complete your ACMB01 assignments

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ACMBO1: Critical Reading, Thinking, and Writing for ACM Programs

Fall 2021

Academic study in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media is distinguished by critical, historical and practice-based approaches to text, image, sound and performance. This course focuses on critical reading, thinking and writing skills while introducing students to humanistic inquiry through lectures, readings, discussions, and attendance of campus performances and gallery exhibits. This is a writing intensive course that offers students regular constructive feedback on their work.

 

Assignment Prompt

For the final two writing assignments in ACMB01, you will compile an annotated bibliography and a research essay based on the intellectual legacy of James Baldwin, including his book The Fire Next Time. You may also consider the 2016 documentary on Baldwin’s life and influence, I Am Not Your Negro [directed by Raoul Peck]. To complete the research essay, you must gather and build on scholarly sources relevant to the themes and/or content of Baldwin’s work, legacy, and/or his relevance today.