180097 SE Ethics and Money: A History of Ideas (2020S)
- Anmeldung von Fr 14.02.2020 09:00 bis Mo 24.02.2020 10:00
- Anmeldung von Mi 26.02.2020 09:00 bis Mo 02.03.2020 10:00
- Abmeldung bis Do 30.04.2020 23:59
Termine (iCal) - nächster Termin ist mit N markiert
For the time being, this seminar takes places as an e-learning seminar on Moodle. All registered students are already signed up for the Moodle course, where further information is posted in the announcements forum. If you cannot access Moodle but are registered for the course, please send me an email.To allow for optimum use of the limited seminar places, if there is a waiting list, then students who do not attend the first seminar session without notification of the lecturer will automatically be de-registered to make space for students on the waiting list.
If you have registered and cannot make it to the first session, but intend to follow this seminar, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of the session to keep your place.
Ziele, Inhalte und Methode der Lehrveranstaltung
Art der Leistungskontrolle und erlaubte Hilfsmittel
2) A term paper / essay of 2300-2500 words (including bibliography and footnotes), on any topic from the seminar. Weight: 60%. Deadline: September 30, 2020, 23:59.
3) Your choice of one of the following three assignments, depending on which skills you plan to develop (Weight: 20%):
1) An extended abstract of 800-1000 words, in which you propose an essay or conference paper on any topic from the seminar. This is a common format for applying to present at conferences. You can also use this assignment to test an idea for the term paper. Deadline: July 15, 2020, 23:59.
2) A public engagement piece of 800-1000 words, in the style of a blog entry or newspaper opinion piece, in which you use ideas from the course material to critically comment on current social, economic, or political affairs, or advocate a practical policy position. Pieces in The Economist can serve as a useful example for this kind of writing. The aim of this assessment is to allow you to develop your skills in writing for a non-specialist audience. Deadline: July 15, 2020, 23:59.
3) A very short presentation (5-6 minutes) in which you explain an idea of the week's seminar material and raise and explain a discussion question about it. The aim of this assessment is to allow you to develop your presentation skills. Sign-up for presentation dates will at the first seminar session (email me if you are unable to attend!).Written assignments are to be submitted as pdf file on Moodle, with all identifying information (name, student ID) in the text, file name, and file metadata removed to facilitate anonymous marking. Delayed submissions are subject to a penalty of +0.2 marks for each day (24h) of lateness. If your submission is delayed for reasons outside of your control, e.g. illness, please contact me via email as soon as possible.I will only mark assessments after the deadline, irrespective of how early you submit, and will then mark them within four weeks. If you need your mark earlier, e.g. if you are on an exchange semester, please explicitly request this by email to email@example.com