Please select an artwork (a photograph, a painting, a poem, a play, a piece of music, a film – _any_ form of art is allowed) that, in your view, speaks loudly and clearly about the way you imagine/understand wars and how you contemplate the link between art and war. Conduct research about the artist, situate the artwork in the overall opus/body of work of that artist, and explain the connection of the work to the class and the materials you have viewed/read in this course. You must use at least 3 readings from the course in your analysis, but there is no upper limit if you find the readings from the syllabus important and relevant for your essay.
The essays should be between 2000 and 2500 words (8-10 pages, double spaced).
Please cite all your sources very carefully and include a bibliography. The citation format is not important, as long as it is consistent throughout the text.
Upload your submissions in Canvas by October 23rd at 3 p.m. Please, bring a hard copy of your essay to class on October 23rd as well.