ARTH 509 Spring 2013 Graduate Symposium

This course is designed to assist qualified fourth-semester graduate students in preparing a scholarly paper to be presented at the annual Graduate Symposium. Working closely with a student and faculty ad hoc advisory committee, each student will prepare a twenty-minute presentation based on the Qualifying Paper. Special emphasis is placed on the development of effective oral presentation skills.
Class Format: symposium
Requirements/Evaluation: each student will present three practice runs and a final oral presentation at the symposium
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Prerequisites: successful completion and acceptance of the Qualifying Paper
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Department Notes: limited to and required of second-year students in the Graduate Program in the History of Art
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Class Number: 3819
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ARTH509-01(S) SEM Graduate Symposium Division 1: Languages and the Arts Marc Gotlieb
TBA 3819
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