Finance and World War I

Each student will complete a research paper, with a minimum of 12-15 pages, double-spaced (excluding bibliography) on a topic of his or her choice that relates in some way to international law. The paper is worth 30 percent of each student’s final grade for the course.
Paper topics must be approved by the professor.
The formatting requirements for the paper are as follows:
Use 12-point Times New Roman font.
Set a one-inch top, bottom, left and right margins.
Include a separate title page.
Please adhere to the guidelines of the Chicago Manual of Style.
In addition to the final paper, students must have their topic approved by the end of Week #4 and an Outline/Working Bibliography by the end of Week #8. The Final Paper is due by the end of Week #14.
The grading criteria for the paper are as follows:
Extent to which at least one concept or theory addressed in the seminar is incorporated into the paper.
Extent to which that concept or theory is applied effectively to past or present events and the author’s analytical points are supported by clear and detailed practical examples.
Organizational clarity of the paper.
Range and quality of evidentiary sources consulted.
Quality of the prose.
Extent to which style guidelines are followed accurately and consistently.

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