London HUA 2018 Projects
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London HUA 2018 Projects
This page contains the final deliverables from the 2018 LHUA students advised by Profs. Esther Boucher and David Spanagel.
Capstone Reports and Scholarly ISP Final papers
Capstone Projects: For most participating students, one of the three London “courses” is their HUA capstone project, a substantial independently researched and composed project completed within the depth area of that student’s choice. This project demonstrates that the student has engaged in a meaningful way with both the standards of scholarship and with some subject matter appropriate to their chosen theme or discipline area within the Humanities and Arts. These (~20+ page long) reports represent the culminating projects that E2018 students undertook through the LHUA program.
File:E2018.Boucher.Allen Syzygy.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Amarasekera BiancaInquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Carregal Jody.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.HinesCoombs Xavier.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Moran Samuel.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Rivelli Julia.Inquiry Seminar .pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Saddler Teresa.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Boucher.Soultanian Aram.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Shakespeare and myth literature ISP.Wernick.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel. Hooker Kyle.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel.Grillo Samantha.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel.Sharma Parima.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel.Slattery Benjamin.Inquiry Practicum.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel.Strauss Jason.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
File:E2018.Spanagel.Vasquez Sarah.Inquiry Seminar.pdf
Scholarly Humanities and Arts (HUA) ISP papers also entail deep investigation into an aspect of knowledge and/or practice of the relevant methodology of the HUA field/discipline being studied. Inquiry-based research and writing are two of the essential skills that go into successful HUA work. These (~10-12 page long) final papers represent the products of scholarly investigations that E2018 students undertook for their "non-experiential" ISP courses through the LHUA program.
File:E2018.19th Century Cholera history ISP.Carregal.pdf File:E2018.1968 AntiWar Movement in music ISP.Vasquez.pdf File:E2018.Beatles lyrics and music ISP.Wile.pdf File:E2018.Black Migration history ISP.Santos.pdf File:E2018.Evolution of Victorian architecture ISP.Brooks.pdf File:E2018.Jane Austen Social Commentrary literature ISP.Saddler.pdf File:E2018.London Brutalist architecture ISP.Grillo.pdf File:E2018.London Street Art art ISP.Legatt.pdf File:E2018.London Underground history ISP.Soultanian.pdf File:E2018.Mary Wollstonecraft feminist philosophy ISP.Amarasekera.pdf File:E2018.Social Change in music ISP.Wile.pdf File:E2018.Sons of Africa history ISP.Weddington.pdf File:E2018.War Art art ISP.Weddington.pdf File:E2018.Shakespeare_and_myth_literature_ISP.Wernick.pdf
Experiential Learning Portfolio
Experiential learning means learning from experience or learning by doing. Experiential education immerses learners in an experience and then encourages reflection about the experience to develop new skills, new attitudes, or new ways of thinking. This course is structured in a self-directed manner in which students first select a humanities and arts (HUA) topic, explore and experience London, then engage in self-reflection and self-evaluation of their learning. The following are students' learning portfolios; a compilation of their reflections on their experiences in London.
Professors Profs. Esther Boucher and David Spanagel used the following syllabi during the 2018 LHUA experience.
File:Project and ISP LHUA syllabus revised 7 June.E2018.pdf File:Experiential ISP LHUA Syllabus.pdf