I have attached the files below and the topic for the paper proposal should be Bollywood cinema or the journey of Bollywood or Indian cinema whatever you like There is also a citation guide thereHistory 315: Film, Fashion and Food in South Asia
Paper Proposal
Deadline: November 23, 2020
The paper proposal should introduce your research topic and how it figures into the
larger issues of our class. You may want to address some of the source materials we have
engaged with in class or themes we have read (or will read) in contextualizing your own
research project. This proposal should be about 3-5 pages in length.
Possible Topics: This is a writing project where you have an opportunity to explore a topic
of your own interest – either going deeper into an issue discussed in class or marginal to
our discussions. The topic can be relatively flexible, but do remember to address it in terms
of its historical implications (for instance if you’re interested in a contemporary issue
address some of its historical origins). Be careful in citing texts within your paper and
always reference arguments which are not your own – whether you paraphrase ideas or
quote word for word references.
Some possible topics which you might wish to pursue: portraits of South Asian
history in American and European feature films, comparisons between Mughal, Persian
and Rajput miniature painting, the material culture of Hindu temple architecture, cinematic
depictions of particular historic events or historic personages in South Asian or
diasporic film, further developments in the creation of regional forms of cuisine, dress or
interior design, hybrid aesthetic trends (in relationship to dress, cuisine or architecture) in
colonial India, histories of South Asian music, dance and theatre or the role of women as
patrons, consumers or designers of particular objects/aesthetic trends, among others.
There’s a lot of flexibility on what you might wish to write on! Just pick something that
will enthuse and captivate your imagination and try to be as focused as possible.
In addition to the paper discussion, please provide an annotated bibliography.
The bibliography should include both primary and secondary sources.
For the bibliography, you should have at least 4-5 secondary sources and 1-3
primary sources. Some of you will rely principally on one primary source (oral history,
memoir, newspaper articles, political speeches, biographies, films, novels, short stories,
etc.) in depth; others of you will engage with several. It will depend on the nature of your
topic. Provide the publishing information for each source (author, title, date, city of
publication, publishing house) and a brief description (1-2 sentences) of why each source
will be important for your paper.
Some useful electronic databases for finding scholarly articles (accessible online
through the Bentley Library) include: googlescholar, JSTOR or Proquest. Certain books
or partial reproductions of books (including out of print texts) are available through
googlebooks online.
We will be using the Chicago Manual of Style citation format for both the paper
proposal and final paper. Please refer to the Turabian guide for examples on listing
bibliographic and footnote/endnote citations.
Again, this is a preliminary proposal for your topic. It can be modified and revised
before the final paper is handed in. Best of Luck!
Electronic Information
[Note: The Turabian 6th edition has very limited examples for citing online and
electronic resources. These examples have been adapted from those
examples.]
Full-Text Article
[from online database]
Bibliography:
Nussbaum, Bruce. “Maya Lin’s World.” Business
Week, 18 December 2000. Available from
Academic Search Premier, Item 3848251.
Http://www.lib.ohio-state.edu/cgi-bin/
redirect.cgi?dbn=268. Accessed 13 July,2002.
Footnote:
Bruce Nussbaum, “Maya Lin’s World.” Business
Week, 18 December 2000. Database on-line.
Available from Academic Search Premier, Item
3848251. Http://www.lib.ohio-state.edu/cgi-bin/
redirect.cgi?dbn=268. Accessed 13 July 2002.
In-Text:
(Nussbaum, 2002)
Web Site
[No examples or information given for citing Web pagesin Turabian 6th edition.]
Library Instruction Office
101E Main Library
1858 Neil Ave. Mall
(614) 292-5172
Guide for Citing Resources—
Turabian Style
This guide is based on Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of
Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations 6th ed. 1996.
Examples are shown for books, articles, and online
resources.
Bibliography items are listed alphabetically at the end of the
research paper. Items are referred to in the body of the
paper using the Footnote or In-Text style.
For other examples, please refer to the Manual for Writers
available in the Reference collections in the Thompson
(Main) Library; Education, Human Ecology, Psychology,
and Social Work Library; and other Ohio State University
Libraries. (LB 2369 T8 1996).
Book
For more information on citing online resources,
please see:
net.TUTOR Quick Guide: Citing Net Sources
Instruction Office 8/30/05
(one author)
Bibliography:
Wurman, Richard Saul. Information Anxiety 2.
Indianapolis, IN: QUE, 2001.
Footnote:
Richard Saul Wurman, Information Anxiety 2
(Indianapolis, IN: QUE, 2001), 71.
In-Text:
(Wurman 2001, 71)
Articles and Dissertations (print)
Books
Book
Journal Article
(two to three authors)
Bibliography:
Strunk, William, and E. B. White. The Elements of
Style. New York: Macmillan, 1972.
Footnote:
William Strunk and E. B. White, The Elements of
Style (New York: Macmillan, 1972), 27.
In-Text:
(Strunk and White 1972, 27)
Book
Bibliography:
Davis, Philip. “The Effect of the Web on Undergraduate
Citation Behavior: A 2000 Update.” College &
Research Libraries 63 (January 2002): 53-60.
Footnote:
Philip Davis, “The Effect of the Web on
Undergraduate Citation Behavior: A 2000 Update,”
College & Research Libraries 63 (January 2002): 57.
In-Text:
(Davis 2002, 57)
(more than three authors)
Bibliography:
Footnote:
In-Text:
Russon, Anne, Kim Bard, and Sue Taylor Parker, eds.
Reaching Into Thought : The Minds of the Great
Apes. New York: Cambridge University Press,
1996.
Anne Russon and others, eds., Reaching Into
Thought: The Minds of the Great Apes (New York:
Cambridge University Press, 1996), 134.
(author and editor named)
Footnote:
In-Text:
Bibliography:
Chelminski, Rudy. “Unearthing Athens’ Underworld.”
Smithsonian 33, no. 8 (November 2002): 120-125.
Footnote:
Rudy Chelminski, “Unearthing Athens’ Underworld,”
Smithsonian 33, no. 8 (November 2002): 122.
In-Text:
(Chelminski 2002, 122)
(Russon and others, 1996, 134)
Published Proceedings
Bibliography:
Magazine Article
Summey, Terri Pedersen. “Translating Information
Competencies from High School to College.” In
First Impressions, Lasting Impact: Proceedings
of the Twenty-eighth National LOEX Library
Instruction Conference Held in Ypsilanti,
Michigan 19-20 May 2000, edited by Julia K.
Nims, 135-138. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press,
2002.
Newspaper Article
Bibliography:
[rarely listed separately in a bibliography if cited
only once or twice.]
Footnote:
William Broad, “For Parts, NASA Boldly Goes…on
eBay,” New York Times, 19 July 2002, 24.
In-Text:
(New York Times, 19 July 2002)
Thesis or Dissertation
Bibliography:
Terri Pedersen Summey, “Translating Information
Competencies from High School to College,” in First
Impressions, Lasting Impact: Proceedings of the
Twenty-eighth National LOEX Library Instruction
Conference Held in Ypsilanti, Michigan 19-20 May
2000, ed. Julia K. Nims, 135-138. (Ann Arbor, MI:
Pierian Press, 2002), 136.
Iyer, Naresh Sundaram. “A Family of Dominance Filters
for Multiple Criteria Decision Making: Choosing
the Right Filter for a Decision Situation.” Ph.D.
diss., Ohio State University, 2001.
Footnote:
Naresh Sundaram Iyer, “A Family of Dominance
Filters for Multiple Criteria Decision Making:
Choosing the Right Filter for a Decision Situation”
(Ph.D. diss., Ohio State University, 2001), 52.
(Summey, 2002, 136)
In-Text:
(Iyer 2001, 52)

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