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each student will complete a 5-6 page essay dealing with Fromkin’s A Peace to End All Peace.  The essay must consider the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the impact of World War I, and the creation of the modern Middle East. The essay counts as 25% of your course grade. 

 

The essay must be written in your own words.  Do not paraphrase the course readings.  This is plagiarism and will result in a failing grade.   You may, on a few occasions in your paper, decide to quote your sources.  If you do, you must provide a footnote.  A bibliography must also be provided.  Safe Assign will match your essay with all

prior submitted essays at ASU and all internet sources.

 

An interpretive essay seeks to explain or elucidate on a specific topic.  The paper must be typed in Times New Roman, 12 pitch, double-spaced, with one-inch margins, and in black ink only (papers that do not conform to these requirements will be penalized up to 20 points of the essay grade).  Page numbers are to be placed in the upper right hand corner of each page (except the cover page). You are free to use either footnotes or endnotes to document your paper.  Your essay must conform to the Chicago style (The Chicago Manual of Style or Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations). Your paper must include a bibliography (no "Works Cited").  Do not fill your paper with paragraphs that run multiple pages or a series of one or two sentence paragraphs. 

 

Note that Wikipedia is not an acceptable alternative to reading and using Fromkin.  Do not use sources other than Fromkin (this will result in a failing grade).

each student will complete a 5-6 page essay dealing with Fromkin’s A Peace to End All Peace. The essay must consider the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the impact of World War I, and the creation of the modern Middle East. The essay counts as 25%
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