As of 2014, all newly submitted Graduate Center dissertations and theses appear in Academic Works shortly after graduation. Some works are immediately available to read and download, and some become available after an embargo period set by the author. Dissertations and theses from before 2014 are generally accessible only to the CUNY community, but some authors have chosen to make theirs open access.

Note: The graduate program in Germanic Languages & Literatures is housed in the Comparative Literature program. Accordingly, Germanic Languages & Literatures theses appear here.

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Theses from 2016

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The Queen's Feud: Women and Kinship in Malory's Morte Darthur, Elsa K. Anderson

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An Escape from Language into Language: The Internal Exile of Louis Wolfson, Antoine N. Rideau

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Locked In: Melancholia in the Modern American Prison Literature of R. Dwayne Betts and Jarvis Jay Masters, Johnna Scrabis

Theses from 2015

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Confronting Moral and Literary Perspectives in 'La fuerza de la sangre', José Nayar Rivera Méndez