21 April 2013—Philosophy of History: Heaven is High and the Emperor is Far Away
21 April 2012—Fieldnotes From History: Head Tales
21 April 2011—Endings: Argonauts of the Western Pacific
|[a] All the Eggs... RF|
3. Draft a "lead" (think of the openings you read in the New York Review of Books), and make sure that your thesis statement is clearly stated in it (the "lead" can be as long or short as you like (just as you have seen in the NYRB).
Voilà you will have something that should (in the spirit of liberal arts education) be both an analysis of Geil's life and larger questions that matter in the world beyond the DHS archive.
|[c] Paths to Interpretation RF|