ARTH 494 Spring 2013 Honor's Thesis Seminar

To graduate with honors in art history, students are to enroll in the Senior Honors Seminar during the Spring semester of their senior year, where they will develop an original research paper based on prior research. Under the guidance of the instructor, students will present and defend their own work in both written and oral form, as well as respond to, and critique, the work of their peers. As students work toward transforming their existing paper into an honor's thesis, they will also be trained in skills necessary to analyze an argument effectively, and strategies of constructive critique.
Class Format: seminar
Requirements/Evaluation: once in the seminar, students will revise, refine and expand on previous research and produce a paper of approximately 25 pages and present a shortened version of the paper to the faculty and public at the Williams College Museum of Art
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Prerequisites: for requirements of entry into the course, please see "The Degree with Honors in Art, Art History," or with permission of Chair of the Department
Enrollment Preference: permission of instructor required
Department Notes: does not satisfy the Art History seminar requirement
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Enrollment Limit: 10
Expected Enrollment: 6
Class Number: 3432
ARTH494-01(S) HON Honor's Thesis Seminar Division 1: Languages and the Arts Zirka Z. Filipczak
M 7:00 PM-9:40 PM Lawrence 002 3432
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