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This guide lists both basic writing resources and more specialized guides for theology and religious studies.
Last Updated: Apr 7, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.yale.edu/WritingDivinity Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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The YDS Writing Tutor

Stacie Vos

Office:  SG52 SDQ
Please visit Stacie's blog to arrange a consultation.

Stacie Vos

 stacie.vos@yale.edu

  • Writing Divinity
    This is Stacie's blog where you can find her recommended writing resources and tips and make appointments for a consultation.
  • Yale University Graduate Writing Center
    The writing center is primarily for students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, but it holds workshops that open to both graduate and professional students. Sign up for their email newsletter with a calendar of writing classes and events!
 

Welcome!

This guide lists resources in a variety of formats that will help students become better writers. Here you will find basic handbooks on grammar, syntax and punctuation, as well as specialized guides to assist in writing a biblical exegesis paper or theology essay.  Also included are research guides, style manuals, and information on citation management programs supported by Yale.

These pages will also provide information on how to contact the YDS Writing Tutor, and feature books and articles recommended by faculty members. This site is a work in progress, so don't hesitate to recommend your favorite writing resources!

Reading Strategies

  • Interrogating Texts
    These six reading strategies will help you make the most of your reading and study time and also prepare you to write papers and essay exams. Try to practice a new strategy every week!
    Courtesy of Susan Gilroy, Harvard University Library
 

Featured Book

One of the best ways to learn how to write is to READ! This book guides you through the process of learning how to effectively "read" books and articles in preparation for your own research and writing.

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How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading - Adler, Mortimer J. and Charles van Doren
ISBN: 0671212095
Publication Date: 1972

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