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.
Dissertations from 2016
The Context of Alkmeonid Inscriptions and Monuments: A Catalogue of Material and Literary Evidence for the Alkmeonidai, Cameron G. Pearson
Classics and Rockefeller Center: John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the Use of Classicism in Public Space, Jared A. Simard
Dissertations from 2015
Roman Tragedy and Medicine: Language and Imagery of Illness in Seneca and Celsus, Michael Patrick Goyette
Who Stole the Daedalen Statue? Mythographic Humor in Ancient Greek Comedy, Alan Grau Sumler
Dissertations from 2014
Senecan Tragedy and Virgil's Aeneid: Repetition and Reversal, Timothy Hanford
Dissertations from 2010
Mensura Incognita: Queer Kinship, Camp Aesthetics, and Juvenal's Ninth Satire, Michael Broder
Dissertations from 2005
Contracts in Athenian Law, Ellen Knopf