How to Write Your Thesis/Dissertation
Friday March 12th, 10 am - 4:30 pm
Grad Commons (previously Emmanuel & St. Chad building)
All History Graduate Students Welcome!
This workshop brings together a variety of experts and the otherwise-informed from the department and university to provide information, instruction, tips, and experiences towards writing a history thesis or dissertation. Sessions will be led by faculty, writing instructors, IT instructors, and formerly defended/graduated MA and PhD students.
The Secret Wonders of Word: Using Word's "Master Documents" to Manage Your Thesis/Dissertation
Zotero the Great: Making Your Bibliography Before It Ends You - (Almost) No More Typing
Taking the Plunge: Starting Your Thesis/Dissertation
When It's Over, Is It Really Over? Submitting, Editing, Defending (And Editing AGAIN!)
See the HGSC website for the full schedule:
Contact: Camie Augustus (email@example.com)
Image: A man writing in a book supported by Time, while Mercury is assisted by winged figures in displaying the portraits of French kings; representing French history. Engraving.
Image Credit: Wellcome Library, London.