Request: Andrew E. Drews' thesis
george.thompson at NYU.EDU
Mon Jan 28 21:03:56 UTC 2002
If one searches Google for "edinburgh theses", the 2nd item retrieved
will permit a connection with the catalog of the U. of Edinburgh's
library. "Edinburgh University theses presented since 1985 are listed
in the Library's Catalogue, and can be searched for by author, title or
keyword". However, I found nothing under Andrew or Aaron Drew, Drewe,
Drewes, or Drews.
There is a print publication called "Index to Theses with
AbstractsAccepted for Higher Degrees by the Universities of Great
Britian and Ireland" This appears 6 times a year. I don't see Drew,
&c. in the indexes to the issues of 2000 or 2001. It claims to be
searchable on line, at the address "www.theses.com" Subscribers to the
print version are said to be eligible for a password. Bobst is a
subscriber, but I doubt that we have ever applied for a password.
Otherwise, one may "sample" one year, for free, at that address, but
the sample year is evidently from the mid-1990s.
George A. Thompson
Author of A Documentary History of "The African
Theatre", Northwestern Univ. Pr., 1998.
----- Original Message -----
From: Gerald Cohen <gcohen at UMR.EDU>
Date: Sunday, January 27, 2002 12:39 pm
Subject: Request: Andrew E. Drews' thesis
> I've been working through the ads-l material on "Bob's your uncle"
> and noticed Aaron E. Drews' (U of Edinburgh) 6 July 2000 mention of
> his thesis.
> I'd be grateful--and I'm sure many other ads-l members would also
> appreciate it--if he would share with us the title and date of the
> thesis and its main contributions. Anything else the author feels we
> should know about his work would of course also be welcome.
> --Gerald Cohen
> >'...As for working-class, the only working-class folk I've
> encountered are
> Scots, and I've never heard it used. Might be a north-south thing.
> I have heard it used by some of the participants in my thesis, very
> clearly *not* working-class. ...'
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