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Barton: Online Catalog of the MIT Libraries enthält (neben Büchern, Zeitschriften, CDs, Videos, elektronischen Publikationen) sämtliche Dissertationen der . Libraries seit 1963
Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies (CESWW)
Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology-Online (DDM-Online) „index to dissertations-in-progress and a bibliography of completed dissertations“; „In addition, DDM-Online includes all the records previously published in the earlier printed editions…“
Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center OhioLINK
Electronic Theses and Dissertations in the Humanities („most useful as a historical document, offering a snapshot of ETD development in the humanities from 1996 through 1999“
. Theses and E-Theses Online
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD)
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1 ) If your dissertation supervisor isn't right, change. Mine was brilliant. If you don't feel like they're giving you the right advice, request to swap to someone else – providing it's early on and your reason is valid, your department shouldn't have a problem with it. In my experience, it doesn't matter too much whether they're an expert on your topic. What counts is whether they're approachable, reliable, reassuring, give detailed feedback and don't mind the odd panicked email. They are your lifeline and your best chance of success.