CSER UN3919 Modes of Inquiry. 4 points.
Corequisites: CSER UN3921
This class, a combination of a seminar and a workshop, will prepare students to conduct, write up, and present original research. It has several aims and goals. First, the course introduces students to a variety of ways of thinking about knowledge as well as to specific ways of knowing and making arguments key to humanistic and social science fields. Second, this seminar asks students to think critically about the approaches they employ in pursuing their research. The course will culminate in a semester project, not a fully executed research project, but rather an 8-10 page proposal for research that will articulate a question, provide basic background on the context that this question is situated in, sketch preliminary directions and plot out a detailed methodological plan for answering this question. Students will be strongly encouraged to think of this proposal as related to their thesis or senior project. Over the course of the semester, students will also produce several short exercises to experiment with research techniques and genres of writing.
Fall 2018: CSER UN3919
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|CSER 3919||001/11510||W 10:10am - 12:00pm
420 Hamilton Hall