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Costume Collection Research, Pinterest Boards

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You will be provided a database of the items in the current storage space and during class time you will be allowed to select your item, take photos, and examine the artifact. Once you have researched your artifact, you will then choose a course of study for a topic related to your artifact you wish to explore for your final project. Your artifact and your research topic must be approved by your instructor prior to beginning your topic.

You must include at least four peer reviewed sources (primary and secondary) and references are to be submitted in APA style universal citations in reference slide in your presentation. You should include a thorough examination of your artifact and discussion of your final topic.See https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ for guidelines for APA citations.

  • Pinterest Board: Your Pinterest page will serve as a secondary resource for other costume historians who wish to explore your area of interest. Your Pinterest page should include clear, effective photos of your artifact including a full view and at least two other views. The rest of your Pinterest page should contain images of other items that relate to your artifact. For example, you may select a bonnet from the 1830s and wish to explore the novels of the Bronte sisters or you may select a child’s pinafore from 1910 and wish to explore children’s rhymes from the early 20th century.
  • Your board must include at least three images of your artifact with descriptions as well as at least 10 other pins and links from at least four other sources.

Final Project Presentation-Students will present their findings via a demonstration of the Pinterest board and PowerPoint presentation during class.

You must include at least four peer reviewed sources (primary and secondary) and references are to be submitted in APA style universal citations in your presentation. It should include a thorough examination of your artifact and discussion of your final topic. See https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01… for guidelines for APA citations.

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