In a quarter century of graduate research in Anthropology at Western, candidates have engaged in projects which have been innovative and challenging, covering all of the sub-disciplines in Anthropology. Below you will find a list of the theses projects completed in our graduate program during the last few years. Graduate theses which have been published since 2010 are available for viewing and downloading on Western's Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository (ETDR). The ETDR was designed to provide a simple way to view a variety of current, academic information created or endorsed by the Western community. ETDs are available through [email protected] .
Welcome to the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies' Electronic Theses & Dissertation site. These pages are dedicated to help you find all the information you might require in order to format and successfully submit your graduate thesis for examination and publication electronically.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) are prepared as text-based PDF files. ETDs can contain non-text elements such as sound, video, and hypertext links. ETDs are available through [email protected], Western's digital library repository, and also released to the world-wide web with priority in many search engines, enabling scholars worldwide to locate, search, and download the University of Western Ontario's ETDs.