Discuss your article in a 150- to 300-word argument aimed for a accepted audience, which could be appear by the Cooper Hewitt Museum as allotment of its “Object of the Day” web alternation (http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day (Links to an alien site.)Links to an alien site.). These blog entries should be beneath academic than analysis paper. Include an agreeable appellation for your text, and adduce any sources (use accurately formatted footnotes).
(Publication is at the curators’ discretion, but if it does get published, it will be accustomed to you.)
A few examples:
Rebecca Gross, “An Ultra Modern Luxury Studio,” September 1, 2013. http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day/2013/09/01/ultra-modern-luxury-studio (Links to an alien site.)Links to an alien site.
Rachel Brill, “A Wave of Finnish Identity,” August 5, 2013. http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day/2013/08/05/wave-finnish-identity (Links to an alien site.)Links to an alien site.
Maleyne Syracuse, “Effect Before Everything,” July 8, 2013. http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day/2013/07/08/effect-everything (Links to an alien site.)Links to an alien site.
Include a 2-sentence adventures (of yourself), which will be appear online alongside your entry.
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