Literature reviews (or reviews of the literature) are a common introductory chapter or section of the first chapter of thesis and dissertations. What are they, what purpose do they serve, and how do you organize and write them? Based on a few select readings and examples, this workshop will help scholarly writers see the structure and purpose of a literature review and how to incorporate this format into their thesis. Designed for Honors Students in HON 3101. Readings to be completed before the workshop are on Reserve - search for "Ryden" (Instructor name) or "HON 3101" (course name) to access them.