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Redpath Book Display

This book display features e-scholarship; the collection of dissertations and thesis from McGill students, faculty and alumni. As an open resource boasting over 48,000 works with thesis dating back to the 1830's, e-scholarship isn't just an academic resource - it's an accessible window into the history of McGill's scholars. 

Below is a curated list of a few recently published thesis in the humanities and social sciences, scholars whose works were successful even in unprecedented times. 

Find the above thesis and thousands more on E-Scholarship at McGill

Looking for more? E-scholarship contains a page dedicated to entries from notable alumni, as well as more detailed information on how to access and navigate the e-scholarship database. Explore these McGill academic celebrities (and more) here.

Want more details on e-scholarship? Find further information on the FAQ page. Still have questions? Contact for comments, questions and requests on all things e-scholarship. 

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