Zoltán Dragon, PhD, is assistant professor at the Department of American Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary. His fields of research include: digital culture and theories, film theory, film adaptation, and psychoanalytic theory. His books: The Spectral Body: Aspects of the Cinematic Oeuvre of István Szabó (2006; Kindle ebook 2012), Encounters of the Filmic Kind: Guidebook to Film Theories (co-authored with Réka M. Cristian, 2008), and Tennessee Williams Hollywoodba megy, avagy a dráma és film dialógusa [Tennessee Williams Goes to Hollywood, or the Dialogue of Drama and Film] (in Hungarian, 2011), and A Practical Guide to Writing a Successful Thesis in the Humanities (2012). He is founding editor of AMERICANA - E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary and the publishing label AMERICANA eBooks, and head of the Digital Culture & Theories Research Group at his home university.
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A Practical Guide to Writing a Successful Thesis in the Humanities
A Practical Guide to Writing a Successful Thesis in the Humanities is about tips and tricks that can help students accomplish the task of writing a successful BA or MA thesis and enjoy doing it – to the extent it is possible. The author focuses on how to get into the mindset of writing a thesis, compose the most compelling thesis statement, logical structure and flow of argumentation.
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