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SSI2-131: Gender & Labor in Early 20th-century New York: The BEAM Framework

BEAM Framework

 

BEAM is an acronym intended to help you think about the various ways you might use sources when writing a researched argument. Joseph Bizup, an English professor at Boston University, outlined the framework in a 2008 article. The idea has since been refined and adapted by many others.

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Fall 2019 Hours

Ilana Dutton '20 and Kate Roscher '20 are available for research consultations as follows:
 
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