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This seminar is the second half of a year-long seminar that is required of AMST seniors who have been approved to write an honors thesis (critical-analytical, research-focused, creative, performative, or hybrid). Students will share work, critique each other’s proposals and drafts, and support each other in the process of producing a thesis project. Although each student’s major work for the year will be focusing on a specific topic with an advisor, the instructor of the honors seminar will offer guidance on more general concerns such as conceptual approaches, research methodologies, creative exploration, the honing of arguments, writing issues, and other theoretical and practical questions. Guest speakers may also be invited to talk to the class.
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
Attendance, participation, timely progress on the thesis project
Senior AMST majors who have been approved to write an honors thesis
This course is limited to senior AMST majors who have been approved to write an honors thesis.