The quilt panel’s embodiment of the Castro life during the 1980’s taught us about the value of place for marginal communities dealing with the HIV/ AIDS epidemic.
DO NOT USE THE WORD CONNECTION!!!!!!!
Uses phrases like “offers insight, embodies”
- What is the panel (aids quilt general info)? What is the Names Project(more about the HIV/AIDS)? What is the Castro? How is the Castro embodied in the quilt?
- What role has the Castro played in the HIV/ AIDS epidemic? (EVIDENCE)
- What makes the Castro so controversial? (USE EVIDENCE)
- What have other communities besides “The Castro” been created around HIV/ AIDS?
- gay-friendly neighborhoods
- Which marginal communities (LGBT)?
- How are they dealing with?
Ryan White as about archive room
Evaluation NOT a Summary, Annotated Bib. on secondary sources.
Begin with a detailed research question.
- What is the significance of carrots and rabbits in Jimmy’s panel?
- What do rabbits and carrots symbolize (generally)? to whom
- Stem from good questions
- Articulate them
- How might you reword that question? How does that change what you mean?
- Seek data collected and processed (edited) by other people
- Kids of secondary sources
- scholarly books and journals
- popular books, magazines, media
- Analyse an assessments, argument,
- Evaluate the source: the ethos of the source (how credible the source is) affects your own ethos (credibility)
What makes a quality secondary source?
- offers credible evidence (& documents that evidence)
- Logical and reasonable
- considers the context
- addresses multiple points of view
- Acknowledge (implicitly or explicitly) bias.
- What is the significance of carrots and rabbits to Jimmy Finely?
- NAMES Project
- Search keywords
- Jimmy Finley
- James Finley
- Who is Boobi Cambell? (Panel)
- Who is Carl Orme? (Panel)
- Seek relationships (SCOPE)
Get more specific