Friday, October 23, 2015
Common Room, Rackham Graduate School
A literature review is a foundational component of your dissertation that provides an important context to your writing. It is also a challenging organizational project. This session will help doctoral candidates in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences develop useful methods for structuring and approaching this important element of the dissertation. Presented by Sweetland Center for Writing faculty members Lori Randall and Larissa Sano.
Lori Randall and Larissa Sano