Ancient History Honours - Thesis Preparatory
This course is studied in conjunction with AHIS4170. AHIS4160 and AHIS4170 comprise the thesis component of Honours.
For full-time students, AHIS4160 and 4170 are usually to be taken concurrently and, for part-time students, AHIS4160 should be taken before AHIS4170.
AHIS4160 is concerned with:
(i) choosing a topic for the thesis,
(ii) compiling a bibliography,
(iii) writing a literature review, and
(iv) presenting a seminar to the Discipline Seminar Programme.
- Semester 1 - 2016
1. Capacity to focus on a productive field of study.
2. Capacity to compile a bibliography relevant to a chosen field of study
3. Capacity to choose a problem or series of inter-related problems from the selected field of study.
4. Capacity to produce a critical review of the literature seminal to the problem/s.
5. Capacity to explain the problem/s and related literature to others in both written and oral form.
Students will select a field of study by the end of Week One of semester.
Students will compile a bibliography relevant to the field of study by the end of Week Two.
Students will choose a topic for their thesis by the end of Week Four.
Students will undertake a literature review of works relevant to the topic for the thesis.
Students will give a short presentation in Week Five (or Six or Seven), to explain the rationale behind the choice of their topic.
This course is only available to students enrolled in Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Students should have completed AHIS4140 and AHIS4150.
Written Assignment: Preparation for thesis: production of bibliography, literature review and plan; oral presentation
Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Self-Directed 19 hour(s) per Week for Full Term