(1) Reading sources (a reading, film, etc. for an idea around which a researchable problem can be formed)
(2) Collecting and analyzing ideas from primary sources to investigate the researchable problem, drawing conclusions, determining and formulating a thesis from the conclusions’ contestable aspects
Reading preparation for this class:
Chiang, T. (2002). Understand. In G. Dozois (ed.), Supermen: tales of the posthuman (pp. 97-124). New York: St. Martin’s Griffin.