September 27, 2006

Academic Writing Sessions for Literature Students

Academic Writing Sessions in Terms 1 and 3.

1. Sessions for UG students on

v seminar presentations

v critical thinking

v working with sources

v exam preparation

v planning and structuring a long essay

Details are listed online at:

2. Sessions for MA students

Students wishing to apply to write an MA dissertation are required to attend three proposal writing workshops. These aim to encourage students to think carefully about their proposal and to discuss its feasibility and intellectual contribution with members of staff and peers. We will meet, for one-hour sessions, in the Graduate Space at 12:00 noon in weeks 2,3 and 4.

Details can be found at:

3. Essay writing handbook is now online

4. RLF fellows’ timetable

William Palmer: Mondays and Tuesdays (term time for 3 terms)

Anita Mason: Wednesdays and Thursdays (term time for 3 terms)

The Fellows will be in room H421. As usual students should leave their sample of writing in the folder outside room H421 by 10:00 am and sign up for a consultation on the same day.

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