a 3-5 page outline of your course paper. your synopsis should be single-spaced, Times Roman 12 ppt, normal 1″ margins.
Your synopsis should tell about the subject of your paper (for example: 1) symbolism and Renaissance; 2) science and Renaissance; 3) perspective and Renaissance; 4) iconography and Renaissance; 5) gender and Renaissance; 6) naturalism and Renaissance; 7) patronage and Renaissance ; 8) religious ideas, piety, monasticism and Renaissance; 9) city culture and Renaissance). It should also present one research question you pose and how you will answer this question (your main idea for the paper). It should also have a list of annonated research bibliographies (books and articles from J-Stor), no older than 20 years from now. Your research bibliographies cannot include wikipedia and other encyclopedia articles. Your bibliographies list should include at least 6 titles, two of which are scholarly article pertaining to your topic. All publications should come from art history area studies. Finally, it should have a list of 2-3 art works you will be discussing in the paper (with photos of them). The art works can come from the course materials–your textbook and lectures, or the museum visit.