GSMD 602: Thesis Proj Sem I - Dialogues

This graduate level course guides students through developing the grounding theory supporting their thesis. Working in conjunction with independent summer research practice and thesis inquiry that is guided by student's supervisors, this course will serve as a site for further exploration. Imagined as an exquisite corpse reading collective, students will work in affinity groups to collaboratively seek out resources that can strengthen the theoretical foundations of their work. Through innovative conversational formats, students will engage with written content, forming questions, unpacking assumptions considering research trajectories and identifying relevance through sites of knowledge and knowing. Ideas will be advanced by group discussions, thinking through readings, critiques, and critical writing, ultimately developing complex understandings and connections with theory and practice.

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
No
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