Joy in the Mundane: Winter 2022


Looking Beyond the Mundane World Of Mirrors

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Student Work

Publication Date

Winter 2022


mirror, mirrors, history of mirrors


We were assigned a topic for the public history project that was focused on finding delight in the everyday. We picked mirrors as our topic and gathered information on how mirrors were utilized throughout human history. We began by providing a general overview of how the mirror was discovered. We also included intriguing facts about the mirror, such as how humans modified the mirror's perspectives and opinions because it included information about religious beliefs and faith. Despite the fact that the mirror was developed thousands of years ago, we had to go chronologically to obtain better and more reliable facts rather than basing our effort on hypotheses. We chose a period span ranging from the 12th to the 21st century.


Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (FHASS)

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