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  1. It can. I think my best move would be to work on my languages and write a solid thesis senior year, using those language(s) and primary source research of course.
  2. I understand the capstone thesis as being the same as a traditional undergraduate thesis. An independent research project advised by faculty is not for credit and not part of graduation requirements like the thesis is.
  3. Thanks for the feedback everyone, it’s much appreciated. I’ve started to think it may be best for me to take the full four years for undergrad (I previously planned to finish in 3). That could give me two years of Latin and I could also do two years of another language (Greek? Arabic?). Would that be worthwhile? If I did that I would probably also do a minor in Classical Archaeology.
  4. Hello all, I am currently a junior at a large public university in the Midwest, majoring in History and minoring in German and Medieval Studies. I intend to apply to grad programs next fall, my main interest being the late Roman Empire and the successor kingdoms, especially Late Roman North Africa and the Vandal period. Maybe it's a bit premature, but I want to make sure I'm doing what I can to improve my chances, so I have a few questions I hope someone can shed some light on. First, languages. I have pretty good German, and I will have taken the equivalent of 6 semesters by the en
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