The Honors Colloquium is a weekly, three-hour workshop designed to assist senior thesis writers with research strategies, visual and textual analysis, and the formulation of ideas and arguments. Students are asked to read, discuss, and critique each other's work as the semester progresses, and as each participant's senior thesis project begins to take shape. In early December, thesis writers present their work to faculty and fellow students at the annual History of Art Honors Symposium.
Estimated cost of materials: $0-$50.
Course Requirements: The submission of multiple bibliographies, outlines, and drafts. Participation in the annual Honors Symposium.
Intended Audience: Honors students in History of Art.
Class format: A weekly three-hour seminar.