You will be graded based upon a seminar paper (25–30 pages, 50,000 characters, including footnotes and spaces), your oral participation and presentation of a topic during the block seminar. During this session, the results of your own work should be presented and put up for discussion with a thesis paper (approx. 7 pages) and, if necessary, an excerpt from the source. The final version of your seminar paper must be submitted digitally on Moodle and in paper at the secretariat of the Institute for Legal and Constitutional History.
ATTENTION: You also have to register via email. Besides your registration through u: space, we kindly ask you to send a short motivation letter in which you explain why you would like to participate in the seminar and what your expectations are. Please submit your motivation letter to email@example.com
until March 5th.
Will be announced at the preliminary meeting.