This course is designed as practical sessions to help students in writing their master thesis. Master thesis is the most important written document submitted to obtain the master degree in anthropology. The course that consists of three different parts will teach students to select their research topics and formulate their research questions, to write research outlines and conduct literature review, to choose methodology and present their findings, to write discussion and conclusion chapters. Moreover, it will advise them how to polish, format and edit their theses.

This Research and Writing Colloquium II aims to help master students finalize their literature review, present their methodology, follow ethical principles and avoid plagiarism. The skills and competencies obtained during the course will be highly useful for students in developing and completing their master thesis.

This course is designed as practical sessions to help students in writing their master thesis. Master thesis is the most important written document submitted to obtain the master degree in anthropology. The course that consists of three different parts will teach students to select their research topics and formulate their research questions, to write research outlines and conduct literature review, to choose methodology and present their findings, to write discussion and conclusion chapters. Moreover, it will advise them how to polish, format and edit their theses.

Research and Writing Colloquium I aims to help master students formulating their research topics and research questions, elaborate their methodology, conduct and write their literature review. The skills and competencies obtained during the course will be highly useful for students in developing and completing their master thesis.