To the best of my knowledge, I have no other published scholarly work easily available in electronic form, other than a few book reviews (although I will eventually post some of it to my professional website). My other work - shorter pieces - is all more polished than my dissertation because, in the end, like most people, I wrote a dissertation that was good enough. A dissertation doesn't need to be highly polished. That's what the book that comes after is for.
I'm not working on that book yet. I'm working on a tangentially-related book instead. As soon as the current term ends (in another week and a half), working on that book, the edition - and its related notes - will be my primary occupation. And once that's done, then I'll read my dissertation again for the first time, and rework it into what it needs to become.
* For an electronic copy anyways. Otherwise they were scholars physically located at U of T in order to have access to the hardcopy versions.