Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Historian’s Apprentice: The Birth of a Thesis

The Historian’s Apprentice: The Birth of a Thesis

Hello dear reader(s) and welcome back to my blog! I hope you had a nice summer, that you’re ready for autumn and some cooler weather. Instead of the usual instalment of Nessa reads & reviews, today I’m going to write about something else. In case I didn’t bore you to death with this on Twitter (shameless plug – you can find me @NarratriceNessa 🙂 ) I recently graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Split. I’m a newly minted mag. educ. hist. et mag. educ. angl.; which basically means that I’m a certified teacher of history and English. The final step toward my master’s degree consisted of writing a thesis in my chosen field of study and the thesis’ defence in front of a tripartite board of faculty professors.

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