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Thesis Workshop for Juniors

Session 7: Senior Thesis Writers' Reflections Roundtable


April 18, 2024
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Goldman Room, Adolphus Busch Hall Directions

Thesis Workshop for Juniors

Session 7: Senior Thesis Writers' Reflections Roundtable


April 18, 2024
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Goldman Room, Adolphus Busch Hall Directions
April 18, 2024
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Goldman Room, Adolphus Busch Hall Directions

Join us for a roundtable with Harvard College seniors who have successfully completed their theses after conducting CES-funded research in Europe. These seniors will discuss their findings, meditate on lessons learned during their research and writing, and field questions from the audience, which will include Visiting Scholar commentators.

All students, CES affiliates, and Harvard community members are welcome. We particularly encourage students to attend to celebrate their classmates’ work and hear about how to tackle their own theses.

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Roundtable Agenda

Opening Remarks

Senior Presenters:

  • Julia Tellides (History and Classics) – Defending 'the Jerusalem of the Balkans': Resilience and Disempowerment in Interwar Jewish Thessaloniki – Commentary by Spyros Economides, Visiting Scholar 2023-2024
  • Logan Kelly (Social Studies, secondary field in Mind, Brain and Behavior ) – Immoral Medicine: A Comparative Study of Religious Influence on Drug Policy in Portugal and Spain – Commentary by Javier Martinez-Cantó, Ramón Areces Fellow and Visiting Scholar 2023-2024
  • Gordon Ebanks (Social Studies, secondary field in Mind, Brain and Behavior) – Selling Solidarity: How Trade Union Democracy in the United Kingdom Adapted to the Neoliberal Revolution

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