Attached is a flier for the Writing Seminar, which is taught by Dr. Guano (usually each spring). The seminar is a great way to structure the writing of your MA thesis or capstone (or your prospectus, if you are at that stage in the spring) and get feedback from Dr. Guano and your peers. The credits can be used in place of 3 of your required Thesis hours, OR it can count as an elective/ specialization course. Please let me or Dr. Guano know if you have any questions!
Steven P. Black
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies/ Department of Anthropology / Georgia State University
National Geographic Explorer (2021-2022)
Co-Editor / Society for Linguistic Anthropology Column / Anthropology News
Senior Editor / Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology
The Global Health Discourse Project<http://sites.gsu.edu/sblack/> / GSU Anthropology<https://anthropology.gsu.edu/> / Book: Speech and Song at the Margins of Global Health<https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/speech-and-song-at-the-margins-of-global-health/9780813597713>
*Graduate student forms can be found HERE<https://cas.gsu.edu/academics-admissions/required-milestones/>*