The seminar focuses on ways to structure your art- or architectural historical PhD thesis. The participant will examine and discuss published examples and will also present the (provisory) structure of his/her own thesis to each other for further discussion. As such this course is especially useful to PhD candidates who are in their second or third year and/or are looking or working on the final structure for their thesis.
Teacher: Konrad Ottenheym, professor for architectural history, Utrecht University.
Enrolment is possible until May 1th 2016. Please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
External PhD candidates (buitenpromovendi) may enroll as well, after presenting a letter of recommendation by their promotor.
First meeting: June 13th, 14.00-17.00 in Utrecht: Discussion of existing research plans and tables of content, their structures, different styles and possibilities to arrange the material.
Second meeting: June 20th, 14.00-17.00 in Utrecht: Analysis and comparison of recent dissertations and some from long ago. Participants bring their favorite books that may serve as their role models.
Third and final meeting: June 27th , 14.15-17.15 in Utrecht: Implementation of the acquired knowledge to your own research and dissertation. Search for convincing other arrangements of previous research results