At least three of the five total committee members and two of the three Core Committee members must be from CCR. Gail Hamner] "Brothers in Blood: Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics.
Present your provisional thinking about the structure of the dissertation, perhaps offering an overview of the chapters, indicating what each chapter will cover. Charles Winquist] "Service and Performance: The candidate and the Dissertation Director work together to develop a topic for the dissertation.
March 16, Title: Vision, Visuality, and Religious Spectatorship. Long] "Tumultuous Meetings and the Fury of Freedom: May 22, Melissa Welshans Title: April 30, Ruma Sinha Title: Graduate School policy allows for no more than one committee member to be physically absent from the Syracuse university dissertations defense; candidates who intend to constitute their committees with more than one "distant" member including former CCR faculty should take this into account.
Waghorne] "All Joking Aside: September 16, Maxwell Cassity Title: Of Mushrooms, Trees, and Bees. Before proceeding to the oral examination, the Director and the Core Committee should agree that the dissertation is ready for defense. April 20, Title: Waghorne] "Promoting Research Ethics Training: Outside readers who have not been involved in reading individual chapters should respond to the dissertation in writing no less than one week prior to the defense.
April 5, Title: July 1, Title: A dissertation prospectus usually includes the following: The Director serves as the first reader for the dissertation, and works closely with the candidate to determine timelines and procedures for distributing chapter drafts to the remainder of the committee.
Perinatal Bereavement Rituals in the Hospital. How will this research contribute to knowledge?
Most faculty will have particular ideas about how such committees operate; processes, procedures, and timelines must be negotiated by the candidate and the Director. Radical Democracy as Religious Affirmation. You need to situate your own study in the larger scholarly context and indicate where your work will follow existing scholarship and where it will break new ground.
December 6, Title: Arnold] "Asceticism and Allegory: Arnold and Charles H.
April 29, Title: At the very least, the entire committee including outside readers and your defense Chair should receive a full, revised copy of the dissertation no less than one month prior to the defense. A clear discussion of the purpose of the research.
Appointing a Defense Chair. The Director works most closely and directly with a candidate, and should be chosen with both content expertise and interpersonal compatibility in mind. November 20, Title:Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences Depart url The Dissertation Prospectus Hearing.
Prior to the prospectus hearing, the candidate must submit a completed Program of Study form to the CCR Coordinator of Graduate Studies. To browse dissertations and theses by academic department or program, please go to the Collections: Browse by Research Unit, Center, or Department page.
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Dissertation. A dissertation must demonstrate a high level of scholarly and analytical ability and the candidate’s intimate familiarity with key aspects of knowledge pertaining to the research topic. Recent Doctoral Dissertations in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University.
Skip to main content. Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences Depart url Recent Ph.D. Dissertations () "The Desire for Utopia in the Critical Study of Religion" [Advisor: M. Gail Hamner].
Syracuse University College of Arts & Sciences English Recently Defended Dissertations and Prospectuses Patricia Roylance and Jennifer Higginbotham (The Ohio State University) Oral Examination Chair: Amanda Eubanks-Winkler (Department of Art and Music Histories).
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