Consult Raymond Williams’ Keywords and choose a keyword that isn’t among those that he lists in consulation with the professor. Choose a keyword that aligns with a long-term interest of yours. For instance, if you are interested in Film, perhaps choose “Narrative” or “Character”.
Part 1: Annotated Bibliography Select at least 7-10 primary source theoretical texts that are central to your keyword.
Annotate the list explaining the relevance and importance of the particular source text. You need not have read all of the sources, but know them well enough to explain what they might contribute to your keyword essay.