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Spring 2018 Religion GR6112 section 001
THESIS RESEARCH & WRITING SEMINAR
THESIS RES & WRITING SEM
|Day & Time
101 80 Claremont Ave
|Course Description|| Course description: This seminar is intended for masters students in Religion who are writing and completing a thesis or other paper of similar length and scope. Enrolled students will work with the instructor, their advisor or second faculty reader, and seminar participants to develop, research, and write a thesis. |
Preparation and prerequisites: Instructor’s permission is required to enroll. Students are strongly encouraged to discuss the feasibility of potential thesis topics with a faculty member in Religion (preferably their advisor or other suitable faculty member), and if relevant also strive to identify key primary texts or sources, in advance of the semester.
Course structure: The seminar will meet weekly. The first part of the term will focus on thesis development including scholarly scope, “fit” between theory and methodological approach, and the organization of a literature review and bibliography. The second part of the term will focus on workshopping drafts and sections in development, and ultimately full drafts.
|Enrollment||8 students (12 max) as of 12:12AM Friday, June 22, 2018|
|Division||Graduate School of Arts and Sciences|
|Open To||Graduate School of Arts and Science|
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