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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:18:38 No.7064341

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This is considered PhD level research at Georgia Tech.

So, the author of the paper will get a PhD from Georgia Tech and if you actually see what she does, you'll see it is in shit areas.

Meanwhile STEMfags at Georgia Tech will barely get a PhD in Math/CS/Physics etc.


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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:19:00 No.7064342
>>7064341
Link http://www.news.gatech.edu/2015/02/12/looking-love-use-reddit-give-cupid-tech-support

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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:30:43 No.7064363
>>7064341
These are English thesis at Yale, PhD Level

MAY 2014

Thomas Koenigs: “Fictionality in the United States, 1789-1861” directed by Michael Warner, Jill Campbell, and Caleb Smith

Andrew Kraebel: “English Traditions of Biblical Criticism and Translation in the Later Middle Ages” directed by Alastair Minnis, Jessica Brantley, and Ian Cornelius

Tessie Prakas: “The Office of the Poet: Ministry and Verse Practice in the Seventeenth Century” directed by John Rogers, David Kastan, and Catherine Nicholson

Nienke Christine Venderbosch: “‘Tha Com of More under Misthleothum Grendel Gongan’: The Scholarly and Popular Reception of Beowulf’s Grendel from 1805 to the Present Day” directed by Roberta Frank and Paul Fry

Eric Weiskott: “The Durable Alliterative Tradition” directed by Roberta Frank, Alastair Minnis, Ian Cornelius

Compare that to PhD level math at Harvard

Lawrence Cabusora '04 Diophantine Sets, Primes, and the Resolution of Hilbert’s 10th Problem PDF
Kevin Chan '04 Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces PDF
Jayce Getz '04 Classical and p-adic modular forms arising from the Borcherds exponents of other modular forms PDF
Dimitar Jetchev '04 Visible Elements of the Shafarevich-Tate Group PDF
Seth Kleinerman '04 On The Torsion Points of Elliptic Curves & Modular Abelian Varieties PDF
Richard Rivero '04 States, Link Polynomials, and the Tait Conjectures PDF
Alexander Schwartz '04 Elliptic Curves, Group Schemes and Mazur's Theorem PDF
Jonathan Michael Bloom '04 The local structure of smooth maps on manifolds PDF
Gabriel Carroll '05 Formal Properties of Categorial Grammars PDF
Adam Simon Levine '05 Quasiconvexity in Word-Hyperbolic Coxeter Groups

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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:53:04 No.7064415
shit subjects research shit things.

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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:57:19 No.7064418
>>7064363
What in your opinion should English PhDs be writing about? Or do you think literature isn't an appropriate object for academic study at all?

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Anonymous 2015-02-12 17:57:41 No.7064420
>>7064341
If you research dumb subjects in a shitty field, you just have a shitty PhD, that's all. It isn't as if a PhD is of uniform value regardless of where you get it or in what subject, you can get fucking PhDs in communications from shitbutt U if you want, but who will give a shit?







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