How To Write A History Research Proposal

Note that this section is not an essay going over everything you have learned about the topic; instead, you must choose what is relevant to help explain the goals for your study.

Your research proposal is your opportunity to show why your research is exciting, interesting and important, and why you think your project should be funded.

4) Explain why you are using your secondary and primary sources, to explain which will be especially valuable, and, perhaps, to explain what important sources are not available and are likely to be missing from your paper–and why your topic is manageable nonetheless. Provide a useful view of the critical sources that anyone doing your topic must look at.

Whether or not you have yet finished your study of them, or you have yet to acquire them, you should have determined which are the critical ones.

Remember, you are expected to have done a fair amount of research already.

It should indicate that you have done extensive research in library catalogs, databases and the internet.

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