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The Seed of a Good Bibliography

**This post is part of a series on identifying secondary sources, including Tips on Locating Secondary Sources and Why prioritize books published by a university press? and Why you should think twice before you read a book that’s more than 25 … Continue reading

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Why I Never Ask for a Draft Thesis Statement

This post is mostly for undergraduates, but also relevant for graduate students and those who teach writing & historical research. Others, read at your own risk! I enjoy teaching history research and writing and, over the years, I’ve developed a … Continue reading

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