HIS 320/ Annotated Bibliography DUE: Sunday, July 3rd by 11:59pm Instructions:


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HIS 320/ Annotated Bibliography
DUE: Sunday, July 3rd by 11:59pm Instructions:
An annotated bibliography is a bibliography of the sources you intend to use to contextualize the themes from the crime/trial you identified in your Trial Summary assignment. Your assignment must contain 2 scholarly secondary sources (academic journal articles and/or books). A secondary source is a source that has been written recently but is about the time period of your trial. An example would be an article written in 2004 titled “Abortion during the Progressive Era”. If the source was written during or around the time of your trial than it is a primary source and may not be used. Your source must also be scholarly, meaning from a peer reviewed journal or published by a university press. You may not use any articles from periodicals or newspapers. You should use your trial themes and time period to begin your search. If you need assistance in using the John Jay Library electronic databases, I recommend contacting a reference librarian.
For each source you locate to help you contextualize your trial, you must give the bibliographic citation and a brief annotation. The annotation should contain the following information:
A brief overview of the source.
An argument summary of the source.
How the source will assist you with your research question.
Two quotes or paraphrases which will assist you in contextualizing your trial.
This assignment will serve as a reference for you as you begin to build your thesis statement and paper outline for your draft.
Requirements:
Length: 2 sources total. Entries should be anywhere between 200 to 250 words for each source, not including the quotes.
Format: 12 pt. Each source is single-spaced, with a double-space between each source. The sources should be alphabetized according to author’s last name.
Citation Style: The citations must be in Chicago format. Use the Chicago tip sheets in the “Written Assignments” section.

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