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Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies

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Go to: Main Dissertation Page | Other Subject Headings | Author Index | Institution Index | Keyword Index | Questionnaire |

º Purposes of the Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies Webpage

º Organization

º Major Subjects Headings

º About this Project

Purposes of the Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies Webpage

º To show the new directions and topics being pursued in the field (which might help those currently defining thesis topics to build on current scholarship)

º To help people find others working on topics of interest -- to put together conference panels, collaborative research projects, etc.

º To help prospective graduate students to identify institutions which have supported PhDs on topics related to their interests

º To provide an access point to important research which is not yet published

º To help publishers find good manuscripts

º To help potential employers find good, young expertise

Your assistance is requested in making this as complete and useful tool as possible.  If you represent a university department or other institution, you may wish to submit information on your graduates (so that the strength of your institution shows in this list).  If you know of scholars who should be included, please alert them to this, or help us to fill the gaps.  You may want to look at a list of Frequently Asked Questions before you Submit Information.


Organization

To facilitate browsing, the listing of dissertations is arranged by the major subjects listed below.  They are also indexed by:

º Author (help ensure that your program graduates and colleagues are included)

º Institution granting the degree (check how well your institution is represented!)

º Subject Keywords 


Major Subjects Headings

ºAnthropology

ºArchaeology

ºArchitecture

ºArmenian Studies

ºArt History

ºBuddhist Studies

ºEconomics

ºEthnography / Ethnology

ºFolklore

ºGender

ºGeography

ºHistory

ºIslamic Studies

ºLaw

ºLinguistics

ºLiterature / Language

ºMusicology

ºPhilology

ºPhilosophy

ºPolitical Science

ºReligion

ºSinology

ºSociology

ºTibetan Studies

ºTurkic Studies


About This Project

The Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies page was established March 3, 2000.  If you wish to make corrections, please send them to us at <centasia(a)fas.harvard.edu>.

Some of the frequently asked questions are answered in the FAQ sheet.

We welcome feedback on how to make the Dissertations in Central Eurasian Studies pages more useful.  Please send comments to: <centasia(a)fas.harvard.edu>.

Latest update: May 21, 2002.
Currently, there are about 250 dissertations listed in 25 fields.

«Central Eurasian Studies World Wide» is a project of the
Program on Central Asia and the Caucasus
Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University