Introductions and thesis statements are two of the most vital parts of writing in the humanities as they provide the context, niche, significance, and main argument of the rest of the work. Meeting readers’ expectations in these two portions sets up the higher level of clarity, cohesion, nuance required for graduate-level writing and research. This webinar will cover key structural and rhetorical elements of introductions and thesis.
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