Senior Thesis Info

There are three basic requirements for the content of the thesis: it should be a Classics thesis, have a language component, and be or include a research project. The Classics aspect means that the thesis emerges from your work in Greco-Roman antiquity. The language aspect means that you quote and analyze text in original Latin or Greek. Finally, the research aspect means that the thesis must demonstrate that you have knowledge of secondary material relating to the project. That is, through references in the body of the text and in the bibliography, you must show that you have examined the ideas of the important interpretations and commentaries on the works at issue in the thesis.

A Classics thesis is two blocks, which do not have to be taken consecutively. Please see the guidelines below for details.

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