After these 12 credits are accrued, students may continue to enroll for ASTD 6990 for 0 credits, unless they have received an extension of time to degree.
"Super Sonics: Audio Technologies and American Culture in a New Millennium"Adviser: Emily Lutenski "You're Too Smart for That!
Mancini "The Chicago Black Renaissance: Exercises in Aesthetic Ideology and Cultural Geography in Bronzeville, 1932–1945"Adviser: Jonathan C.
Smith "Eastern Europe in the Making of American National Identity"Adviser: Matthew J.
The course is graded as IP (In Progress) or U (Unsatisfactory) until the semester within which the student graduates, when the grade will be S (Satisfactory).
Course requirements include meeting with the dissertation adviser at least once during the semester; arranging to do so is the student's responsibility.
Students write their dissertations working closely with their committee.
When the student and committee agree that the dissertation is satisfactory, the student schedules a one-hour public defense of the dissertation.
Charles, Missouri, during World War I"Adviser: Matthew J.
Mancini "Forgotten Eyewitnesses: English Women Travel Writers and the Economic Development of America's Antebellum West"Adviser: Matthew J.