This seminar is meant for all second-year students of the Research Master Classics and Ancient Near Eastern Civilisations.
During this seminar students will present the outline of their MA thesis (subject, research questions, approach, expectations, results) and discuss a part of it more in detail. They will receive feedback from their fellow students and their thesis advisor. At the end of the seminar students write a research proposal.
To be determined
Via Usis. Additionally, students who are registered for the research master programme will receive an e-mail about the participation for this seminar.
Exchange and Study Abroad students, please see the Study in Leiden website for information on how to apply.
For questions concerning this component of the programme please contact the coordinators of studies of your specialisation track. E-mail: .
J.K. Bosscher MA:
Tracks: Classics, New Testament and Early Christian Studies
dr. M.F.J. Baasten:
Tracks Assyriology, Egyptology, Hebrew Bible Studies