The Ph.D. dissertations published here are Open Access. This method of publishing is an alternative to "paid" publishing. Dissertations published here are OAI compliant and are findable in OAI catalogs, such as WorldCat.org, and search engines such as Google Scholar.
Ph.D candidates will also submit their dissertations to ProQuest ETD Administrator. If candidates wish to publish Open Access for free so that their work may be read by anyone in the world, they can easily submit online.
Submissions from 2022
Not of Woman Born? Extra-uterine Destining and the Individual, Social, and Spiritual Implications of Ectogenesis, Laura Johnson Dahlke
Submissions from 2020
Three Perspectives on Happiness, from Ancient to Modern: Aristotle, Adam Smith, and Martin E.P. Seligman, Patrick D. Wong
Submissions from 2018
Networks of Survival in Kinshasa, Mumbai, Detroit, and Comparison Cities; an Empirical Perspective, Beryl S. Powell
Submissions from 2016
Classical-Christian Friendship Operating in Western Literature: Oral Traditions to the Apex of Print Culture, Marc G. LeVasseur
Environmental Ethics and The Electric Power Grid: A Case for Technological Momentum, Paul A. Povlock
Centralization and its Discontents: Exploring the Relationship between Measures of Moral Development, Happiness and Technology Driven, Centralized Ways of Being, Kirsti Svendsen