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Looking for my PhD Thesis

Published by Dipa Barua

Q: I completed my PhD thesis in 2010 and submitted all of the appropriate forms to have it added to the thesis repository. I also had the understanding that it would be submitted to the federal government's thesis repository. Apparently, however, the government has no record of the thesis being submitted and they suggested I contact SFU to inquire. I completed my PhD in Archaeology in 2010 (defense; 2011 graduation). My thesis title is: "Spatial Analysis and Predictive Modelling of Clandestine Graves from Rearguard Repression of the Spanish Civil War". The government employee also asked me to have whomever is in charge of these things at SFU to correspond with her at: Sadia.Messaoudi@Lac-Bac.gc.ca. Please advise.
Which library?  Bennett (SFU Burnaby Mountain)

A: Thanks for your email.  Yes, the Library has your thesis and I will follow up with Library and Archives Canada as you've asked.  Access to your thesis is available through SFU Library's catalogue http://troy.lib.sfu.ca/record=b6199516~S1a and it is also available through our Research Repository Summit.  http://summit.sfu.ca/item/11459

Kind regards,
Nicole White
Head, Research Commons
Simon Fraser University Library

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