THESIS TITLE CONTEST:
1) Title must include the following words: Global, Civil, Society, Religion, Tension (or something similar), Women, Rights – all other words are up to you.
2) Bonus points will be offered for a clear title that avoids the use of a pretentious colon
3) Bonus points will also be offered for the creative use of other forms of punctuation such as exclamation points, square brackets, and that squiggly thing next to the number 1 key.
Entries may be posted under comments or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner will recieve a place in the acknowledgements page of a thesis that will never be read.
Deadline: June 4 at midnight.
5 thoughts on “>calling all creative individuals”
>Global, Civil, Society, Religion, Tension (or something similar), Women, Rights – all other words are up to you.Finding the Silver Lining:ORElectricity from Lightning (as an alernative to death):Rights, Civil Society, Women, and Global TensionIt deserves the pretentiousness — It’s your thesis!
>I maintain that a thesis is not a thesis without a pretentious colon.Ezmy’s Thesis: Stunning Work of Impressive Genius
>It’s called a ’tilde’.Tension Bandage(subtitle, italics) The Effect of Women’s Rights and Religion in Global Civil Societyorrrrrrrr…….Far From Civil(subtitle, italics) Women’s Rights and Religion in GCS.orrrrrrrr……..God Damn Her
>I heart tildes~
>Global civil society is a pain in my %$@~*ing ass!, [or “How I learned to stop worrying about the theological tensions and love women’s rights”]: An analysis of the effects of transnational feminism on the discourse of local religious leaders in transitional states