Making arguments is the core function of many types of academic writing, from reading responses to critical commentaries, proposals, and longer texts such as theses and dissertations. This workshop will discuss how to develop an argument drawing on your ideas and research and other evidence. To get the most out of this workshop, bring your own texts.

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