Read this article online about “HOW WE SHOULD RESPOND TO PHOTOGRAPHS OF SUFFERING” by Sarah Sentilles. https://www.newyorker.com/books/second-read/how-we-should-respond-to-photographs-of-suffering?mbid=nl_TNY+Template+-+With+Photo+%28196%29&CNDID=8377952&spMailingID=11628484&spUserID=MTMzMTg1NTcwNjMzS0&spJobID=1220373314&spReportId=MTIyMDM3MzMxNAS2
What is Coates drawing our attention to? Does his “letter” challenge authority or the status quo? How does his individual story highlight larger societal issues and problems? Ultimately, what does the work help you to understand about America at this time and place? Why is Coates trustworthy in telling this
make a contribution to Jazz research. The impact Gil Evans had on jazz is overlooked and deserves recognition as he had a strong impact on Jazz. Using examples of some of his famous pieces, shows and collabs with other Jazz Artists.
In Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin of Inequality, Rousseau tells a story of savage man’s evolution into civil man. In doing so, he says a lot about both human nature and the role of government in society. In telling the story of man’s development, he aims to distinguish between what
Clearly define what you mean by development. Is it the creation of a new independent, sovereign state? Political development, meaning the evolution of democratic institutions? Economic development or social development, in the sense of human security, economic opportunity, etc? What is interesting is that the US is one of the
“The Fatimid caliphs who ruled Egypt from 969 to 1171 are justly famed for their generous patronage of architecture and the arts and for their lavish ceremonies. Almost immediately after they moved from North Africa, where they had ruled for half a century, to Egypt, where they founded their new