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Through the work of humanities scholars, we learn about the values of different cultures, about what goes into making a work of art, about how history is made. Their efforts preserve the great accomplishments of the past, help us understand the world we live in, and give us tools to imagine the future.
In-text: (Why do the humanities matter?, 2022)
Your Bibliography: Stanford Humanities. 2022. Why do the humanities matter?. [online] Available at: <https://shc.stanford.edu/why-do-humanities-matter#:~:text=Through%20the%20work%20of%20humanities,tools%20to%20imagine%20the%20future.> [Accessed 22 May 2022].
In-text: (The conservator’s eye: Rembrandt's Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 2017)
Your Bibliography: The conservator’s eye: Rembrandt's Aristotle with a Bust of Homer. 2017. [video] New York, NY: Smarthistory.
In-text: (The Secret of the Mona Lisa, 2015)
Your Bibliography: The Secret of the Mona Lisa. 2015. [video] Directed by I. Leese. United Kingdom: Little Dog Films.
false news stories, often of a sensational nature, created to be widely shared or distributed for the purpose of generating revenue, or promoting or discrediting a public figure, political movement, company, etc.:
In-text: (Definition of fake news | Dictionary.com, 2022)
Your Bibliography: www.dictionary.com. 2022. Definition of fake news | Dictionary.com. [online] Available at: <https://www.dictionary.com/browse/fake-news> [Accessed 19 May 2022].
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