You must also, at this point, provide an initial biography of some of the resources that you will be examining. Separate these resources by Books, Edited Books (each chapter by a different author), Articles, Papers (typically presented at an academic society) and Other (e.g. perhaps you have spoken to someone in person).The bibliography will grow after you start your research because each time you consider a specific source there will likely by footnotes and bibliographies that lead you to other resources. However, the Prospectus simply lists an initial bibliography of resources that you will be examining.
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