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History 162A Wars, Empires and Nations: European International Relations, 1648-1914 Spring 2008 TERM PAPER QUESTIONS (25% of grade) FORMAT 7 pages of text, typed, double-spaced on single sheets, + endnotes or footnotes and brief bibliography, including any Internet sites (no need to cite lecture notes). All direct quotes must be sourced. PRINT OUT ON A COVER SHEET THE QUESTION IN FULL + YOUR NAME, SID, EMAIL DEADLINE Tuesday 8 April in class or History front desk, DW 3229 (hours 9-4, closed 12-1). Ask receptionist to date stamp your paper. Extensions only given for documented medical reasons. Late papers may be subject to grade penalty. WRITING TIPS 1. Download from bSpace 4 items: writing a term paper; grade criteria; citations note; plagiarism reminder. 2. When you have chosen a question first read what Kennedy/Rich have to say. 3. Consult some of the books recommended for each topic. Depending on the question you’ll probably need to consult at least two. This will add texture and depth to your paper.
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