LITE-4901 Research Seminar II

This research seminar is for students of the Master’s Program to facilitate their progress in carrying out their thesis. Students will work independently with their advisor, and the course coordinator will make sure the deadlines established to hand in partial work and course grades are met. The seminar is based on the idea that all research involves an attitude of inquiry and curiosity, inconformity as regards the responses available on a topic or problem of literary studies, the critical review of a primary and secondary bibliography, the discipline for disciplinary and interdisciplinary documentary research. Therefore, all research must be based on the full awareness of previous discussions on the matter and constitute a novel contribution, a reconsideration of previous research.




Solodkow David