All public history students must prepare a Master's thesis based on original primary research and complete a complimentary public history project.
At the end of the first year, public history students will apply for candidacy on the basis of their thesis proposal as prepared in HIST 6693 (Historiography).
You should also review how to structure and organize your idea.
Think about your argument or statement and how you should prove it is true or correct.
You are not required to have a separate historiography section but the thesis must be grounded in relevant historiography. Scholarly essay (25-35 pages) Any thesis in the master’s program must be based on original research and should add to the literature on the topic.
This section will not only serve the purposes of the public history thesis, but would be an adequate writing sample should the student decide to pursue doctoral study.
calretinin, parvalbumin, calbindin, NO-synthase, neuropeptide Y, somatostatin, cholecystokinin, vasoactive intestinal polypeptide and choline-acetyltransferase) by immunohistochemistry and quantitative electron microscopy. Investigation of contour integration processing in the primary visual cortex using voltage sensitive dye imaging Supervisor: Dr. Role of PACAP signalling in cartilage differentiation and regeneration Supervisor: Dr. The role of the molecular clock in healthy and osteoarthritic chondrocytes Supervisor: Dr. Investigation of signalling mechanisms that regulate cartilage development and maturation Supervisor: Dr. Role of pro-inflammatory cytokines in neuron-glia interaction during inflammatory pain states Supervisor: Dr. Investigation of neuronal network development in the spinal cord Supervisor: Dr. Quantitative morphological studies of primary afferent-motoneuron connections in the frog's brainstem. Klára Matesz Extracellular matrix (ECM) of the central nervous system plays important role in the plasticity of neuronal contacts. It serves as great model for regeneration research. Regeneration of the optic nerve in the frog Supervisor: Dr.
Botond Gaál Unlike in mammals, amphibian’s central nervous system has high regenerative capacity.
The instructor of HIST 6693 and Director of Public History will then determine whether the student is sufficiently prepared to enter the thesis track.
If deemed unprepared, students may be encouraged to pursue the traditional history track via the exam option, or to leave the program.