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Key Resources

Dissertations

As you prepare to write a dissertation or thesis, you may want to consult others that have already been produced in your area of study.  The following research guide contains links to resources that either contain the full text or abstracts for dissertations that you might be able to request through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).  It also has detailed instructions on searching and accessing BC theses and dissertations.  If you have questions about how to locate a resource, please speak with someone at the TML Reference Desk.

Literature Review

If you are required to develop a literature review as part of the process of writing your thesis or dissertation, you may benefit from consulting resources like the ones listed below.

Interdisciplinary Sources

For interdisciplinary areas of study, research guides on the other discipline can be useful in identifying key resources and tools.

Primary Sources

The following resources contain primary source materials that may be necessary for your research.

Subject Librarian

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Jennifer Butler
Contact:
Theology and Ministry Library
117 Lake Street
Brighton Campus
617-552-6540
Subjects:Theology