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Your research task: Choose a specific student group, issue, or event present at CWRU between 1945 and 1975 to research using the digitized materials from the Case Archives and the Cleveland Historical Center archives (if applicable). If these groups, issues, or events have national ties, consider how they present themselves in Case’s student community. Using archival materials and written descriptions of your items, you will generate a narrative about your chosen topic. Your narrative should not just exhibit the topic, but represent it as a focused, interconnected account of your group, issue, or event and the problems being engaged with. In general, your narrative should engage with the question: how does your chosen topic depict student-driven activism at CWRU during 1945-1975? Some questions to help shape your narrative: How does each individual archival object (part) relate to your chosen group, issue, or event? How do the pieces you’ve chosen relate to each other? How could they connect? That is, if you were walking through a gallery of your items, in what order would you want to view them? Introduction (750-1000 words): This narrative will introduce your readers to your group, issue, or event as well as connect it to some facet of student-driven activism and critical literacy. Use the critical literacy terms and readings to frame your Introduction. Consider: what is the problem your group, issue, or event is engaging with? Is there a proposed solution? Who are the voices involved in the issue? What are they saying? How are these voices communicated (medium, forum, audience)? I have attached the assignment sheet along with some resources. I put that the assignment needs 5 sources but it could be less, there is not set requirement. Helpful Links: Exhibits of Activism: http://ksllibprojects.case.edu/thejewishview/exhibits Digitized Student Yearbooks: https://digital.case.edu/islandora/object/ksl%3AUArchive-StudentYearbooks President Morse Speech (Transcript&Audio): https://case.edu/its/archives/presidents/morsummary.htm Disorientation Handbook Excerpts: http://ksllibprojects.case.edu/thejewishview/items/browse?tags=strike+community&sort_field=Dublin+Core%2CTitle Student Newspaper Archives: https://newspapers.case.edu/ Digital Case (search “student protest”): https://digital.case.edu/