This Blog is a collection of messages we have sent in response to inquiries on a number of issues, as well as selections from announcements and other resources. It constitutes a FAQ page for many elements of the Graduate Program in History at Loyola University Chicago. If you have any questions, first carefully consult the web site for the program. Then, look and search these posts (via site search and labels). If you still have questions about details, first contact the Graduate Program Secretary, Lillian Hardison (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have particular questions about the Public History program, contact Professor Ted Karamanski (email@example.com). All best!
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Dissertation Proposal Seminars
One should not take the proposal class until one has completed the major examination. The course is run as an independent study where you work with your advisor to produce a proposal. When it is time, the student just signs up via LOCUS. You will, however, need a chair for your committee (your main advisor) from History. It is fine to have an outside person, non-History faculty member, on the committee. The other two should be from History. In general, people have most of the committee put together by the time they take the proposal seminar (at least a chair!). You will have to fill out the forms with Lillian for the committee too. [n.b. these are now found through GSPS]