Up next…Historical Research Methods.
The course addresses the development of core research skills for advanced historical study. Through case studies analyses, the evaluation of different types of historical evidence, and the consideration of how valid research questions are formulated and applied, it is designed to refine the critical thinking, research, and writing skills that are fundamental to valid historical scholarship.
From Reliable Sources: An Introduction to Historical Methods
Information Literate Historian : Guide to Research for History Students
For fellow graduate history students with a thesis or dissertation ahead or in progress, or for anyone who wrestles with the writing of history, I hope you’ll find as interesting as I did this audio capture of a roundtable of history professors sharing their perspectives on the craft. Also helpful is the Q & A with students. The speakers are listed below along with the links to their individual talks.
This is also available on the Resources page of the Ph.D. in History Program, City University of New York (CUNY) here.
Introduction (David Nasaw)
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