Subject Writing Guides
These sites were created by faculty members and are designed to help with the writing conventions specific to subject areas like history, sociology, and psychology.
Guides created by Queens College faculty members:
Writing on History (authored
by Prof. Peter Conolly-Smith)
This site is designed to answer your questions about various aspects of researching, writing, and editing papers on history.
Writing in Sociology (authored
by Prof. Robin Rogers-Dillon)
Do you wake up in the middle of the night wondering: What is a sociological question? What is a literature review? What am I doing?
If you answered YES, then this web page is for you!
Writing in Music (authored
by WAC's Arts & Humanities Caucus)
This site provides strategies and tips for students who are completing writing assigments within the music department, as for music faculty members who are looking for ways to foster better writing skills in their students.
(un)Enlightened English (created
by Kelly, a tutor at the Writing Center)
(un)Enlightened English is a site created to teach various mechanics of writing while instilling humor and accessibility to the subject. Subjects can range from syntactical and grammatical structure, to Facebook and forum posts.
Guides from other universities:
Writing in philosophy
A Guide to APA Style of documentation
Online Tutorial for the MLA Documentation Style, Hunter College
The Psychology Writing Center, University of Washington
A Guide to Writing in the Biological Sciences, George
Writing in Philosophy, University of North Carolina
Art history paper writing pages, Skidmore College
Art history writing guide, Wesleyan University
Revision in Business Writing, Purdue University Online
Computer ScienceResearch and Writing, University of Central
Writing in the humanities, University of Oregon
Writing a film paper, Wesleyan University
Writing about music, University of Calgary, Canada
Writing a Case Report
Writing a Literature Review, University of North Carolina
Writing a Scientific Paper
Writing a Biomedical Paper
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