Christian Worship in the Reformation

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Weekly Writing Assignments

  1. Due by the start of the first class each week
  2. 1–2 pp. double-spaced
  3. Summarize key points from previous week, answer question (if given) or write free reflection on music and readings for coming week
  4. Consider questions like these:
    1. What did you learn this week that most challenged your prior conceptions or added the most to your understanding?
    2. What did you read or listen to that you found most interesting and which you most want help understanding?
    3. How do you think the reading, music, and class sessions fit together?
    4. Are there any nagging questions or intellectual problems that are bothering you?

Exams

    Midterm

    Final with take-home essay

Primary Source Project

Hymn Project

Analaysis/Interpretation Paper

Ethnography in Historical Context

How to find an article using RILM

  1. Go to UR library website.
  2. Search for RILM (database of literature about music); under Database Recommendations click on RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
  3. Log in if necessary. on the EBSCOhost page, search the page for RILM, then click (again!) on RILM Abstracts of Music Literature with Full Text
  4. Search by author, title, etc.
  5. Click on the title. On the detailed info page with the title and abstract, at the bottom there is a red rectangular link that says FindText@UR. Click on this and it will take you to the library’s Full Text page for this article.
  6. Next to Available full text, click Open in New Window to access the PDF.