This database has been created as a resource for members and the general public to obtain details about MA theses and PhD dissertations on various aspects of the archaeology of Ontario.
Each entry contains: the authorís name, thesis title, date of completion, degree awarded, academic institution and thesis supervisor(s). All of these fields are searchable by keyword. At present there are abstracts only for some theses, but we hope to make all abstracts available over time, as well as links to the online documents, where applicable.
The Ontario Archaeology Theses Database is a work in progress. We will be adding and updating entries on an ongoing basis as new theses are completed and as past graduate research on the archaeology of Ontario comes to light.
If you would like to suggest any additions or revisions to the database please contact the Director of Student Services.