H195A is a limited-enrollment course in criticism and critical theory, during which students develop a thesis project. In H195B students work independently, under the supervision of the H195 instructor and a thesis adviser, to complete the honors thesis (normally 40-60 pages). Therefore, applicants will be contacted by email sometime between late July and late August to be informed if they have been selected for admission, and, if so, to which section.Upon completion of the thesis, and at the time of graduation: “Honors in the Major” (3.650-3.760), “High Honors in the Major” (3.761-3.870), and “Highest Honors in the Major” (3.871-4.000). (Since there might be more applicants for one section than the other, some students might end up being placed in the section that was not their first choice).
H195A is a limited-enrollment course in criticism and critical theory, during which students develop a thesis project. In H195B students work independently, under the supervision of the H195 instructor and a thesis adviser, to complete the honors thesis (normally 40-60 pages). Therefore, applicants will be contacted by email sometime between late July and late August to be informed if they have been selected for admission, and, if so, to which section.
Privacy rights in scholarship most often arise if you are seeking to use third party content like correspondence, diaries, and images that contain personal information about or pictures of particular people.
But, they expire at death—meaning, you can’t be liable for disclosing private facts about a person no longer living.
Thus, even if photographs of a famous historical figure may be in the public domain, that person's estate may still choose to enforce publicity rights against unauthorized commercial appropriation of his/her likeness.
Remember the important limitation on publicity rights: They are typically intended to prevent unauthorized use of one's identity.
There are some issues to consider before clicking “submit”: Once you get into the groove of answering these workflow questions, you’ll become a pro at addressing copyright and other policy issues in all of your subsequent scholarship, too.