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Museum Studies: Dissertations

Dissertations

A dissertation in history represents the culmination of many years of research and writing by a successful PhD candidate.  The topics must be unique, narrowly focused, and undergo an exhaustive literature review. Thus, mining bliographies of dissertations is often a wonderful way to begin to assemble a list of secondary sources for your own research project.