Write a paper about the use of architecture to remember historical tragedies

Discuss how the buildings or writings relate to the cultural values and traditions of
its time. Is it a representative building or a new innovative structure? What other
previous structures might have been a precedent or influence on the design?

Describe the physical context of a key building. What is the character of the
surrounding site area? How does the building relate to its context? Is it part of a
larger set of building relationships?

Discuss the social significance of the building or literature. What impact might it
have on people’s lives? On the lives of architects today? How do various types
of people feel about the building? What rituals or cultural events relate to the
building or writing?

What was Daniel Libeskind’s overall philosophy toward architecture? What specific
ideas did the architect bring to his work? Who were his teachers and students?
How did Libeskind use building materials to express architectural ideas?

Use Arial font, 12 point, double-spaced, with 1” on all margins.

Citation Style
Use Chicago Style 16 footnotes and a bibliography. The footnotes and bibliography
do not count toward the 6000 word count. More information on Chicago Style 16 can be
accessed at The Chicago Style Manual through the Purdue OWL and at Fairfield

You are required to use at least 10 sources total for the 6000 word paper.
Information for this paper should come from a variety of sources. You are encouraged
to use books, videos, interviews, documentaries and academically recognized scholarly
web sources in order to develop your own “big idea” that will clearly articulate an
organized set of ideas about the architect you have chosen. Web sources may be
used, but must not exceed 10% of total sources. Online journals and publications
that are accessed through the UF Libraries Databases will not be considered part of this
10% rule. Do not use Wikipedia as a source as it is unverifiable and can be edited at
any time. To begin your search for scholarly sources, please visit the AFA Library page.

Here is the basic format for a footnote citation from the Purdue OWL:
1. Firstname Lastname, Title of Book (Place of publication: Publisher, Year of
publication), page number.
For example: (from Fairfield University)
1. Barbie Zelizer, Remembering to Forget: Holocaust Memory through the
Camera’s Eye (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003), 7.

Please include a Bibliography for your sources. Note that the Bibliography format is
slightly different from the footnote format, as it is alphabetized by last name. Here is the basic format from the Purdue OWL:
Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book. Place of publication: Publisher, Year of
For example: (from Fairfield University)
Zelizer, Barbie. Remembering to Forget: Holocaust Memory through
the Camera’s Eye. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003.

Images are not required. You may use images that enhance or illustrate an idea, but
remember – the word count still needs to equal 6000 words regardless of the page
count. If you use images to strengthen your content, always give proper credit. Online
sources for images are acceptable and will not count toward the 10% rule. Provide
credit for the images you used in a caption under the image or at the end of the paper
after the Bibliography in this format. Do not include these sources in your Bibliography
– use a separate page


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