You must produce an annotated bibliography on ANY one of the following 28 historical topics. You are required to select one of these topics and seek out bibliographic sources on one of these topics. Such as Books, Journal and/or Magazine articles, Documentary videos, & Internet sources.
-Neolithic Revolution -Cleopatra
-Julius Caesar -Hammurabi
-Punic Wars -Peloponnesian wars
-Mauryan Empire -Hannibal
-Jesus of Nazareth -Genghis Kahn
-Gautama Siddharta -Black Plague (1300â€™s C.E.)
-Ming Dynasty -Confucius
-Alexander the Great -Hinduism/Jianism
-Nubian kingdom -Justinian I
-Charlemagne -Hundred Years War (1339-1453 C.E.)
-Sciopio Afrincanicus -Nefertiti (1370-1330B.C.E.)
This will be a good historigraphical exercise that will improve your research skills. The bibliography is expected to contain at least 10 sources but no more than 20 and conform to the Chicago Manual of Style (vol.16.). The annotated bibliography must have at least 5 print sources (i.e. books & articles) in it.
You can access an example of how to write an annotated bibliography at this excellent online source at Cornell University!
This is a template of style for you to follow. In addition there are also other websites listed with links to access to further help with the expectations and requirements for this assignment.
This course will require students to use the citation and reference style (Bibliography only) established in the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). Students should follow the guidelines set forth in: Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing, and Publishing), 6th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. Also, for reference, guides to this form of citation are available at the following websites:
Chicago Manual Annotated Bibliography,