04 March 2018
Bibliographical Study Outline- “Diana Ross: The American Dream Girl”
Artist: Diana “Diane” Ernestine Ross
Research Methodology: Discovering Diana Ross, as the “American Dream Girl” consisted of extensive research. I focused on using credible biographies, and personal essays to further my familiarity with her. I was able to access articles and readings from the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Following my research, I was able to recognize Diana Ross as an outstanding artist, actress, and pop culture influencer.
Thesis: Diana Ross is a devastating artist. Her “rags to riches” narrative uplifts women across the world. Ross shines as an all-around female artist.
Introduction: The introduction will include Ross’s early life and personal life, as well as major events leading up to her early career.
- Born March 26, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan (Women’s Hospital)
- Second child, Second daughter
- Parents: Fred and Ernestine Ross
- 5 Siblings
- Residence: Los Angeles, California
- Robert Ellis Silberstein (m, 1971-1977)
- Arne Naess, Jr.
Body: The body of the paper will focus on Ross’s career, and her accomplishments.
- Solo Career
- Golden Globe Award
- Tony Award
- American Music Awards
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- The Wiz (1978)
- Mahogany (1975)
Conclusion: Diana Ross’s successes as an African American female artists have influenced music artists all over the world. As an artist. performer , and actress, Diana Ross has proven herself to be the “American Dream Girl”.