‘Angola Prison’, Louisiana State Penitentiary, US.


Hi, this isn’t a book review, but more of a review on Angola Prison, Louisiana state pen. The following essay/review is more of a review/reflection piece of in the political science field, for ‘Angola Prison’, Louisiana State Penitentiary, US. [a piece should reflect on an aspect of the Facility’s history, current events held at the place, or its historical roots, legacy of slavery]

Opinions and diversion from the traditional academic writing is allowed. Instructions are listed below. I will upload a pdf detailing the assignment (bottom of page 6 onwards). If needed, please contact me. Also, please aim for a very high score, within the range of 80+ (a high first). Thank you.

Review/Reflection
Piece

You must write a 1500 word work, which will count for 20% of your mark. You have to choose one of the below listed ‘political
pieces’ and write a 1500 words review of it.
Your assignments are due on: November 13, 2015

You will have to decide on a piece you wish to review by week 3 and stick to your choice. The below listed material is of a diverse nature; thus you will have to devote time to thinking about how to approach this
assignment in the optimal way.
Michael
J.
Shapiro’s
book,
Studies
in
Trans-­‐
disciplinary
Method:
after
the
aesthetic
turn
(London:
Routledge,
2012)
or
Elizabeth
Dauphinee’s
Politics
of
Exile
(London:
Routledge:
2013) will be of great use to you. The purpose of this exercise is to make you aware
of political implication of
art broadly conceived; of ways in which politics informs
and
impacts art, artistic performance as well
as other social media and
internet resources; and to introduce you to other methodological approaches through which is or can be
studied. Politics,
as we will try to show, is omnipresent and
a part of our
every day much more than normally conceived.
We will devote time to
this assignment during the tutorials, which should make everyone aware of the requirements and expectations. I will also be available for individual consultations about the
assignment. Students should keep in mind that this is not a traditional ‘book review’ but more of an exploratory or reflection piece, where you are allowed or in fact should express your own thoughts, opinions and can also divert from the traditional academic writing style.

(sorry for the gaps, copy and paste didn’t work properly, but full instructions are in the pdf I will upload)

As
all
chosen
review
pieces
are
of
a
very
different
type
the
reviews
will
have
different
structures
and
focus;
however,
consider
the
following
points
as
your
guidance:
• Explain
the
reasons
for
choosing
this
particular
piece
• Introduce
the
historical,
political,
cinematic
etc.
(as
appropriate)
background
of
the
piece
• Identify
and
discuss
ideological,
historical,
political
etc.
implications
of
it
• Highlight
what
larger
political
or
social
issues
arise
in
thinking
through
the
chosen
piece.
• Is
your
piece
a
response
to
any
political
or
social
situation?
If
so,
what
does
it
represent
and
what
does
it
aim
to
achieve?
• If
your
piece
is
the
embodiment
of
a
particular
policy
or
a
reflection
of
it,
explain
what
the
policy
is
and
how
is
your
review
piece
situated
in
relation
to
it
(id
it
critical
of
it
or
does
it
support
its
line
of
thinking)?
Be
aware
that
you
will
need
to
read
more
widely
about
the
piece
in
order
to
be
able
to
write
a
comprehensive
review
and
thus
complete
this
exercise
successfully.
If
there
are
any
problems
or
something
is
unclear
about
the
review
you
are
very
welcome
to
discuss
it
with
either
of
us.
It
remains
necessary
to
reference
your
review
in
the
way
in
which
you
would
do
in
an

 

 

 
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