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Essay Writing in Political Economy

by Llewellyn Williams-Brooks on April 16, 2018

Essay Writing in Political Economy – A free seminar for undergraduates hosted by the Political Economy Society

Come along for essay writing tips and advice from political economy PhD students. Topics will include: basic essay structure, finding your voice and developing an argument, using concise prose and more.

When: Thursday April 26th 3-5pm
Where: Eastern Avenue Seminar Room 406

This session will provide  grounding on the basics of essay writing in political economy (as opposed to the generic resources available to all undergrads).’



Llewellyn Williams-Brooks
Llewellyn Williams-Brooks is PhD Student in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney. His current research interests are Australian Historiography, Class and State theory, Economic Policy and Labour History.
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  • Don Sutherland
    April 17, 2018 at 8:03 pm

    Will there be critical analysis applied to the appalling quality of writing in the Journal of Australian Political Economy? Or is this where political economy writing that is opaque, complex, inward looking, academic, jargonistic, unappealing and dense starts. Or is such writing a requirement for academic activity these days. There are exceptions, of course. But, overwhelmingly, it is a serious problem and reduces the value of the content.

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