From New Scientist’s Feedback column:
THE tea room in the Caulfield School of Information Technology, part of Monash University in Victoria, Australia, has a fine collection of higher degree theses. They are, Tom Peachey tells us, all in pristine condition and locked behind glass. All pristine, that is, except one that has paper damage and some paint dripped on the spine. Its title is: “Some Conservation Problems of Higher Degree Theses in Victorian University Libraries“. Tom wonders if any Feedback readers know of similarly self-referential theses.