Crafting a perfect art history dissertation what to do first

Maybe it is that time of the year when the teacher comes to class and presents you with that dreaded piece of paper which is a dissertation and you have no clue of where to start. You should not tense since after all you are not the first student to have come across this paper. All you therefore need to do is to psyche yourself and tell yourself that you can be able to come up with a perfect paper. Here are the things that you should consider first when crafting your history dissertation.

  • Choose a topic
    Before crafting a dissertation topic, sit down and decide on the kind of topic that you would want for your paper. If you have no clue of what topic to choose the following are some of the guidelines that you should consider. First choose a researchable topic. Ask yourself whether if you go to the library you can get adequate information regarding the topic. If the answer is no then consider trying another topic. The danger of choosing a topic with scanty information is that you will get to the middle of your paper and get stuck. Once you fail to progress, time will catch up with you and you may not want to present unfinished work. Select an interesting topic so that you can be able to get e motivation to complete the paper on time.
  • Research on the topic
    Have you found a suitable topic? The next thing to do then is to go to the library and try to get as much information as possible on art history. The importance of reading is that you get the ideas that you will use to complete your paper hence you will be able to complete your paper swiftly. If there is no library near you then you can use the internet to get second hand information.
  • Create an outline
    Sit down and try to brainstorm. Make sure that you have a pen and paper alongside you so that you note down the points that come to mind. You can then determine the most important points so that they can come at the beginning of your dissertation. The least important points should then come last. An outline gives a preview of how your final paper will look like. It also give a student the motivation to start their paper.