A major part of graduate-level academic work across disciplines is engaging with the work of other scholars. New work enters existing conversations or creates new ones based on what has and has not been done by others. Consequently, literature reviews are a common part of academic writing, so many graduate students are expected to master the genre. This workshop covers the purpose, structure, and mechanics of literature reviews as well as tips for organizing, integrating, and analyzing sources.
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