You will select a work from the humanities and/or a work of human cultural production to analyze. This can be anything from the humanities, such as literature, short story, essay, film, television, art, dance, language, religion, philosophy, and so on.
In your analysis, you will identify the significant environmental, sustainability, or social issues and interpret the sustainability message that is being depicted.
This could be anything from a crust punk record on anti-globalization and street art/graffiti to classical music and curated museum collections.
If it falls under the broad banner of the humanities, it fits for this assignment Part I: Interpretation of a work from the humanities and/or a work of human cultural production
Describe the piece itself, including information on when, where, and why it was created
Describe the intentions of the artist with the piece and a background on the artist and their larger body of work
Note: As you describe the piece and the artist, assume your reader has only an informal knowledge of the subject and needs refreshing.
Part II: Analysis of the environmental or sustainability message in the work you selected, through the lens of an environmental or humanities perspective
Describe the perspective you selected to use for your analysis. Why is this perspective appropriate?
What specific environmental or sustainability social issue is depicted? Why is the issue significant?
How well or poorly does the piece convey the message?
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