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SPILS Masters Thesis

The writing of a work of original scholarship in the area of research that each student chooses is necessary requirement of the JSM degree. During the winter quarter students are expected to submit two draft chapters: 1) any chapter of the fellow's choice in early February; and 2) a draft of the empirical research result's chapter in early March. During the spring quarter students are expected to finalize their research project, and write and submit their final thesis. Towards that end, students must complete and submit a draft of the whole thesis in early April. The final version, revised in response to the adviser's comments, must be submitted by the end of the quarter. The exact dates will be informed in advance by the teaching fellow. Elements used in grading: Thesis. This course is exclusive to SPILS students. The thesis is required for JSM graduation.

2015-2016 Winter
01/04/2016 - 03/07/2016
Instructors: Diego Gil McCawley
2015-2016 Spring
03/28/2016 - 05/27/2016
Instructors: Diego Gil McCawley

Instructors for this course (Past and Present)

Richard Craswell
Lawrence M. Friedman
Deborah R. Hensler
Michael Klausner
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
Helen Stacy
Jenny S. Martinez
Allen S. Weiner
Joan Petersilia
Daniel P. Kessler
Robert M. Daines
David Freeman Engstrom
Barton H. "Buzz" Thompson, Jr.
William Simon
Michael Wara
Janet Martinez
George Triantis
Robert W. Gordon
John J. Donohue III
Henry T. Greely
Phillip R. Malone
John Henry Merryman
Mark A. Lemley
Jane S. Schacter
Claret Vargas
Michael Asimow
James L. Cavallaro
Paul Goldstein
Diego Gil McCawley
Alan O. Sykes
Amalia D. Kessler
Michelle Wilde Anderson
David Alan Sklansky
Pat Sheeler