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U.S Women's and Gender History: Finding Dissertations

Why Dissertations?

Dissertation bibliographies can be a goldmine for identifying secondary sources as well as primary source materials and collections.

Finding Dissertations & Theses

Dissertations and Theses
Index to doctoral dissertations and master's theses. American doctoral dissertations indexed back to 1861. Most dissertations can be requested via Interlibrary Loan; Rutgers dissertations from 1997 on are available online to Rutgers users.
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Rutgers Dissertations & Theses

Search the Library Catalog, the online catalog, to find locations and call numbers for print copies of dissertations and theses as well links to the full-text of electronic dissertations and theses.

To find theses from a specific Rutgers program, in the Catalog enter "rutgers theses" followed by the program name and select "TITLE keyword" from the pull-down menu.  For example:  rutgers theses history

   

 

Beginning with October 2007 degree date submissions, dissertations and theses that represent a terminal degree from the Graduate School - New Brunswick are no longer sent to the libraries in paper format, but are instead added to RUcore as part of the Rutgers Electronic Theses and Dissertations (RUetd) project. Other graduate schools, including the Graduate School — Newark, are archiving their theses there as well.

RU Electronic Theses and Dissertations (RUetd)
[Search the repository (RUcore) for Rutgers ETDs.]

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