comparing and contrasting the reactions of the chinese and islamic cultures towards smallpox and its contagious nature

1. Title (main and subtitle) 

2. Introduction (roadmap of the paper): topic/scope and thesis statement 

3. Main text: arguments and evidences; minding the relevance between each paragraph, in relation with the whole argument; transitional terms; one idea in one paragraph

4. Scholarship: in order to emphasize the significance of the paper 

5. Conclusion 

6. Work-cited 


13 pages, excluding works cited. 

Any sources that are cited MUST have the page number included.


Sources to use:

Ibn Sina’s Cannon Of MedicineFILLER TEXT

Kuriyama, Shigehisa. 1993. “Concepts of Diseases in Asia.” In The Cambridge World History of Human Diseases, edited by K. F. Kiple, 52-59. Cambridge: Cambridge University PressFILLER TEXT

Leung, Angela Ki Che. 2010. “The Evolution of the Idea of Chuanran Contagion in Imperial China.” In Health and Hygiene in Chinese East Asia: Policies and Publics in the Long Twentieth Century, edited by Angela Ki Che Leung and Charlotte Furth, 25-50. Durham: Duke University Press. FILLER TEXT

Conrad, Lawrence I. 2000. “A Ninth-Century Muslim Scholar’s Discussion of Contagion.” In Contagion: Perspectives from Pre-Modern Societies, edited by Lawrence I. Conrad and Dominik Wujastyk, 163- 177. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing Company.