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For all kinds of tricky citations, Google Scholar
can be your saving grace. If you have just a partial citation (like an
author, date, and subject) use the Advanced Search in Google Scholar to
piece together the missing information.
Many universities are now publishing theses and dissertations in institutional repositories,
which are freely available on the web and searchable via Google
Scholar. You may be able to find recent dissertations on your research
Conferences and associations also sometimes publish their proceedings
and publications freely online, so they may be accessible through
Google Scholar is a go-to source for academic librarians, and you can use it too!