AutobiographyThis paper is to be a minimum 750 words, typed in Microsoft Word, double-spaced, 12 point font (Times New Roman or similar), 1 inch margins all around. No cover page or heading is necessary other than your name and the course title. A title is also appropriate. DUE DATE (dropbox): Sunday, June 28 by 11:59 PM ASSIGNMENT: *Autobiography: This essay is a 750-1000 word (~3 page) personal autobiography. The purpose of this paper is to historicize your own life. Therefore, it should delineate important events in your life as well as explain how your personal experiences have connected to key moments in the state’s, the nation’s history, or the world’s history. You are not writing a comprehensive summary of your life history. Rather, you are writing a summary of your life in terms of three key historical events. For example, I may write how my life and perspective of the world changed on September 11, 2001 as a result of the terrorist attack. Or I may talk about how the Great Recession impacted my family and, potentially, my life course as a result of the downturn in the housing market or economy. You might even discuss how an event opened your mind to greater national/world affairs. For example, the space shuttle Challenger explosion is one my earliest memories and was both a national tragedy but also the first time I grasped the word hero or comprehended the magnitude of the risks that some people take for their jobs. No matter what you choose, make sure that you clearlyconnect your life to the events that you choose —how you were influenced by them, how they changed your perspective/family dynamic/life course, etc. At minimum, you should discuss three events, explaining how they relate to your life. The events you choose should be from your lifetime with rare exceptions (for example, if you were exceptionally close to your grandfather and he fought in Vietnam then you could potentially choose the Vietnam War – likely check with me first). These events should be world, national, state, or local historical events. These are not meant to be personal events (birth of a child, death of a relative, etc.). While those events are certainly distinct and important, we are trying to focus on connection to an event that impacted the larger community (even national community or worldwide).
Spelling, grammar, and structure do count as part of your overall grade (no more than 10 points). Note: try to take some time to think through, or even research, events from your lifetime that may have impacted you. If available, talk to your parents or relatives as you may not be fully aware of some of the events that had a significant impact on your life. You could also Google major life events from different years and see what comes up. Some of the most significant events in your life may not come to mind easily but when you see them listed you may go “Oh, of course!” A few examples include: 1986:Shuttle Challenger explosion1991:Gulf War IWorld Wide Web is publically debutedThe Cold War ends1992:The Los Angeles RiotsHurricane Andrew1996:Centennial Olympic bombing during Summer Olympics in Atalnta1999:Columbine High School shooting2001:No Child Left Behind Act passedSeptember 11 terrorist attacks Patriot Act passedEnron Scandal 2003:
Tornado in Moore, Oklahoma 2004:Hurricane CharleyTsunami Indian Ocean (Banda Aceh, Indonesia)2005:Hurricane Katrina 2006:Death of Saddam Hussein 2007:Virginia Tech school shooting2008:Great RecessionElection of Barak Obama 2011:Death of Osama Bin LadenEarthquake/Tsunami Japan (nuclear meltdown)2012:Sandy Hook School Shooting 2013:Boston Marathon Bombing 2016:Death of Fidel Castro Pulse Nightclub Terrorist AttackPresidential election2017:
Hurricane Irma (Florida)Hurricane Harvey (Texas)Hurricane Maria (Puerto Rico)Lass Vegas Mass ShootingNFL Player protest during national anthem #MeToo movement (Harvey Weinstein accusations, etc.)2018: End of Castro era in Cuba (Raul steps aside)Parkland School ShootingParadise Camp Fire (CA)#MeToo movement goes globalSaudia Arabia allows women to drive2019:Fire at Cathedral of Notre Dame (France)*Events from 2020, including the Covid-19 pandemic, recession, protests, etc. should NOT be utilized as they are not yet concluded and true impact/analysis/reflection cannot be determined.
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