The paper prompt is: Space, place, and landscape tend to blend into another, affected by identity, time, geography, and myriad other factors. For your first research paper, you are to select a landscape. This definition of “landscape” is very broad: it can be a painting, a city, an archaeological site, or any other place that provides a specific point of view. You should then research this landscape and analyze how it was created, what it meant when it was created, and what it means today. Does it have the same meaning today as it did in the past? How can it be viewed from different perspectives? What might it mean in the future? These and other questions should guide your research. This paper should be 9-10 pages, not including cover pages or bibliographies, cited in the style of your choice (MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian, etc.), but must be consistent throughout. You must use at least 6 sources that have physical copies of some sort in the library—do not over-rely on internet-only sources, and your paper should be based around those physical sources.