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A brief overview of British Gurkha military history from inception to the present, 1815-1999. Gurung, Chandra Bahadur
     M.A., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Omissi, David E.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1999
     Index terms: Gurkhas
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

Access to higher education in early modern Scotland. MacLean, Shona G.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Pedersen, Frederik J.G.; Hotson, Howard
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Education, higher
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A comparative study of public health in Wakefield, Halifax and Doncaster, 1865-1914. Goschl, K.S.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1914
     Index terms: Wakefield, Yorkshire; Halifax, Yorkshire; Public health, Public healthcare; Doncaster, Yorkshire; Yorkshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A cultural history of sound in England, 1560-1760. Cockayne, Emily J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Rublack, Ulinka C.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1760
     Index terms: Sound, cultural history of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A family firm: the Carey family in their role as border officers, 1568-1603. Marklew, Gareth J.
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Lomas, Richard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1568–1603
     Index terms: Border officers; Carey family
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A geography of institutional health care in late 19th-century England and Wales. Wilding, Karl D.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Agrarian conflict in pre-famine co. Roscommon. Huggins, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Malcolm, Elizabeth; Belchem, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1845
     Index terms: Roscommon, county, Ireland; Agrarian conflict; Agriculture; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Anglo-Scots relations and representations of women, 1560-1612. Gibbs, Joanna B.
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths)
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1612
     Index terms: Scotland, and England; Women
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

An investigation of the intentions of the men responsible for Ireland's partition. Matthews, Charles K.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, David
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1922
     Index terms: Partition, of Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

A Norfolk community in decline: a social and economic history of Victorian Walsingham. Fears, Howard
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Walsingham, Norfolk; Community; Norfolk
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Antiquarianism, master prints and aesthetics in the new collecting culture of the early 19th century. MacLennan, Heather M.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1825
     Index terms: Aesthetics; Prints, Printing; Antiquarianism; Collecting
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A pleasant change from politics: the musical culture of the British labour movement, 1918-1939. Hall, Duncan
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn K.; Mason, Tony
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

Apocalypticism in Restoration England. Johnston, Warren J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1685
     Index terms: Restoration (1660); Apocalypticism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Art for one art for all. Cultural nationalism and the art trade: the J. Paul Getty Museum collects in Britain, 1954-98. Ackerley, John M.
     M.Litt., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Garnett, E. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1954–1998
     Index terms: Cultural nationalism; Art trade; J. Paul Getty Museum
     Categories: 20th Century

Arthur Wellesley's career in India. Barker, Joseph E.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Childs, John C.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1805
     Index terms: India; Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley, Arthur; Wellesley, Arthur (1769-1852), 1st duke of Wellington
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

A social and military history of the 1/8 Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire regiment, in the Great War. Williams, T.F. Robert
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); 1/8 Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire regiment; Military
     Categories: 20th Century

A social history of illegitimacy in Ireland, from the late 18th to the early 20th century. Gray, William P.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Kennedy, Liam
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1920
     Index terms: Illegitimacy; Ireland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century; 20th Century

Aspects of agricultural change in south-west Lancashire, c.1650-c.1850. Gritt, Andrew
     PhD, Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Hoyle, Richard W.; Levitt, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1850
     Index terms: Lancashire; Agriculture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Aspects of Protestant culture and society in mid-Antrim, 1857-67. James, Kevin J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Robert J.
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1967
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism, in Ireland; Ireland; Antrim, Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of urban development in the Hampshire towns of Alton, Andover, Basingstoke and Lymington, c.1625-c.1700. Winterson, Karen
     Ph.D., Southampton. (King Alfred's Coll., Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by Haydon, Colin M.; Richardson, Roger C.
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1700
     Index terms: Basingstoke, Hants.; Andover, Hants.; Alton, Hants.; Urban development; Lymington, Hants.; Hampshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Assemblies and politeness, 1660-1840. Dain, Angela
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wilson, Richard G.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1840
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A tale of two 'citizenships': a study of the social and political thought of Henry Jones and T.H. Marshall with regard to changing concepts of citizenship in 20th-century Britain. Low, Eugenia B.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Jose F.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Marshall, T.H. (1893-1981); Citizenship; Jones, Henry (1852-1922); Political thought; Social thought
     Categories: 20th Century

A tale of two 'citizenships': Henry Jones, T.H. Marshall and the changing conceptions of citizenship in 20th-century Britain. Low, Eugenia B.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Jose F.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Marshall, T.H. (1893-1981); Citizenship; Jones, Henry (1852-1922); Political thought; Social thought
     Categories: 20th Century

'A war of their own': civil defence, broadcasting and morale on the Scottish Home Front. Crawford, Brodie J.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Ball, Simon J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Civil defence; World War II (1939-45); Scotland; Home Front, in Scotland; Morale; Broadcasting
     Categories: 20th Century

Biological science in Manchester, 1850-1985. Kraft, Alison
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Harwood, Jonathan H.; Pickstone, John V.; Gulf, K.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1985
     Index terms: Manchester, Lancs.; Biological science; Sience
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Britain and the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Brenchley, Thomas F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Piscatori, James P.
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1967
     Index terms: Israel; Arab-Israeli war, and Britain; Middle East
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Britain and the strategy of the economic weapon in the war against Germany, 1914-19. Smith, Richard A.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Salmon, Patrick J.K.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1919
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain; Economic, warfare; Warfare, economic; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

British army manpower crisis, 1944. Peaty, John R.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1945
     Index terms: Military manpower; Manpower, military
     Categories: 20th Century

British colonial health policy 1900-40: Ceylon, and the Asian colonies. Jones, Margaret
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Bickers, Robert A.; Lowe, Rodney
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1940
     Index terms: Sri Lanka; Ceylon, see also Sri Lanka; Asian colonies, British; Health, Healthcare; Empire, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British Methodism and the poor, c.1785-1840. MacQuiban, Timothy A.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Theol.). Supervised by McLeod, D. Hugh
     Chronological coverage: 1785–1840
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism; Poor
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

British policy towards Israel, 1949-51. Sless, Jonathan P.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Econ.)
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1951
     Index terms: Israel, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Israel; Foreign policy
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British relations with the Marathas under the Wellesley regime. Halliwell, William A.C.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Woolgar, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1805
     Index terms: Wellesley, Arthur (1769-1852), 1st duke of Wellington; Marathas; India; Empire, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

British tourism in Egypt: orientalism and spatial change, 1869-1914. Price, Jessamine Weaver
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Rogan, Eugene L.
     Chronological coverage: 1869–1914
     Index terms: Orientalism; Egypt; Tourism, in Egypt; Spatial change, in Egypt
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

Burma and British Cold War policy, 1946-51. Morris, Benjamin J.
     M.Phil., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Lowe, Peter C.
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1951
     Index terms: Cold War; Burma
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Bywyd a gwaith David Thomas, 1880-1967. (The life and work of socialist agitator, David Thomas, 1880-1967.). Tomos, Angharad Wyn
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by O'Leary, Paul B.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1967
     Index terms: Thomas, David (1880-1967); Socialists, Socialism; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Cantrips and carlins: magic, medicine and society in the presbyteries of Haddington and Stirling, 1603-88. Miller, Joyce H.M.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Dingwall, Helen M.; Hutchison, Iain G.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1688
     Index terms: Medicine; Magic; Presbyteries; Scotland; Stirling; Haddington
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Catherine Bauer, 1928-35: from modernism and housing to action. Rikala, Taina M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Archit.). Supervised by Bullock, Nicholas O.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1935
     Categories: 20th Century

Cautious reflexes: the British Conservative party's response to social reform, 1885-1905. Nelson, Meredith A.
     M.Litt., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Green, Ewen H.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1905
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; Social reform
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Changing landscapes, changing economies: holdings in Woodland High Suffolk, 1660-1850. Theobald, Jonathan
     M.Phil., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Tom M.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1850
     Index terms: Suffolk, High; Woodland; Landscapes; Landholdings
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Charles Knight: a highly useful man. Gray, Valerie
     M.Phil., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Douglas A.
     Chronological coverage: 1811–1873
     Index terms: Knight, Charles (1791-1873), writer and publisher
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Childhood and religion in Leyton and Walthamstow, 1710-1870. Martin, Mary C. Hewlett
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Soc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1710–1870
     Index terms: Walthamstow, Essex; Leyton, Essex; Religion; Childhood; Essex
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Childhood and religion in Walthamstow and Leyton, 1740-1870. Martin, Mary C. Hewlett
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Soc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1870
     Index terms: Walthamstow, Essex; Leyton, Essex; Religion; Childhood; Essex
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Childhood, education and labour: moral pressure and the end of the half-time system. Pressley, James W.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winstanley, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1920
     Index terms: Half-time system; Labour, child; Education, 19th-20th cent.; Childhood; Child labour
     Categories: 20th Century

Childhood in Britain, 1650-1800. Thomas, Angela
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1800
     Index terms: Childhood
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Children's charities and the welfare state, 1945-70. Grier, Julie
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Starkey, Patricia; Lawrence, Jon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Charity, Charities; Children's charities; Welfare state
     Categories: 20th Century

Christian responses in Britain to Jewish refugees from Europe, 1933-9. Kotzin, Catherine A.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1939
     Index terms: Refugees, Jewish; Migration, to Britain; Jews, Jewish people
     Categories: 20th Century

Civic image and civic patriotism in Liverpool, 1880-1914. Vickers, Matthew J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Waller, Philip J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: Civic patriotism, in Liverpool; Liverpool
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Civic thought in Britain, c.1820-c.1860. Hunt, Tristram J.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1860
     Index terms: Civic thought
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Clerical Presbyterianism in England, with special reference to London, c.1640-9. Mattison, Ruth
     M.Phil., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Lindley, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1649
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, Presbyterian clergy; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Coalmining communities in late 19th-century Shropshire. Ensum, Janet A.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Crowther, B.; Bartley, Paula; Benson, John
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Shropshire; Coal mining
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Competition policy: a comparative analysis of the U.K. brewing industry, 1920-39 and 1979-92. Sykes, Graham
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Tolliday, Steven W.; Chartres, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1992
     Index terms: Brewing industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Conflict in early modern London: the College of Physicians and courtly patronage, 1580-1620. Dawbarn, Frances E.A.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Pumfrey, Stephen P.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1620
     Index terms: Patronage, courtly; College of Physicians; London; Medicine
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

C.O.P.E.C. 1924: the churches and social action. Parfitt, Wesley
     M.Phil./Ph.D., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.). Supervised by Rose, Michael E.; Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1924
     Index terms: Conference on Christian Politics, Economics, and Citizenship; Churches; C.O.P.E.C., see Conference on Christian Politics, Economics and Citizenship
     Categories: 20th Century

Copyright and literary authority, 1880-1914. Towheed, Syed S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: Literary authority; Copyright
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Crime and protest in early 19th-century Herefordshire. Shakesheff, Timothy
     Ph.D., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.). Supervised by Rule, John G.; Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1825
     Index terms: Herefordshire; Protest; Crime
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Crime, the Irish and disorder in mid Victorian Chester. Peavitt, Helen
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Chester Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Malcolm, E.; Swift, Roger E.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1880
     Index terms: Irish, in Chester; Disorder; Crime; Chester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Crowded Nightly': popular entertainment outside London during the 19th and early 20th century. Featherstone, Ann D.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Drama)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1925
     Index terms: Popular entertainment
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Cupar, Fife, 1700-c.1820. Martin, Paula
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1820
     Index terms: Fife, Scotland; Cupar, Fife, Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Damaging females: representations of women as victims and perpetrators of crime in the mid 19th century. Startup, Radojka
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hall, Catherine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1860
     Index terms: Crime; Women
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; 19th Century

Death, grief and social meaning in popular culture, c.1880s-1930s. Strange, Julie-Marie
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Davies, Andrew M.; Lawrence, Jon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1939
     Index terms: Popular culture; Grief; Death
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Degrees of divinity: the intellectual resources of the radical imagination in England, c.1630-1660. McDowell, Nicholas
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1630–1660
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Demographic, economic and social change in the later 18th and early 19th centuries: some conclusions from a study of four towns in Yorkshire, c.1750-c.1830. Bellingham, Roger A.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Sweet, Rosemary H.; Clark, Peter A.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1830
     Index terms: Urban development; Yorkshire; Demography; Towns, in Yorkshire
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Divorce, matrimonial property and the role of the wife: a study of the Royal Commission on marriage and divorce. Pearce, Angela
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lewis, Jane E.
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1955
     Index terms: Royal Commission on Marriage and Divorce; Marriage; Property, matrimonial; Divorce; Matrimonial property
     Categories: 20th Century

Economic and social aspects of the Essex coastal trade, c.1700-1900. Beckett, Roger
     M.A., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Schürer, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Coastal trade, in Essex; Essex
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Economic controversy and the making of a market culture: the role of financial journalism, c.1970-1990. Calvert, Benjamin
     Ph.D., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.). Supervised by Donnelly, Tom; Thompson, Noel W.; Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1990
     Index terms: Financial journalism; Journalism, financial; Market culture
     Categories: 20th Century

Edward de Vere, 17th earl of Oxford, 1550-1604: an evaluation of the financial problems and the changing political role of an Elizabethan aristocrat. Pearson, Daphne V.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1604
     Index terms: Oxford, 17th earl of, see Vere, Edward de; Aristocracy, Elizabethan; Vere, Edward de (1550-1604), 17th earl of Oxford; Political role, of aristocracy; Financial problems, of aristocracy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Elizabethan and early Jacobean surveys of the ministry of the Church of England. Crankshaw, David J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Collinson, Patrick
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1610
     Index terms: Church of England
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Elizabeth Denby, housing consultant: social reform and cultural politics in the inter-war period. Darling, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Archit.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Housing; Social reform; Denby, Elizabeth (1894-1965); Cultural politics
     Categories: 20th Century

Emotion in early modern England, 1660-1760: performativity and practice at the Church courts of York. Bound, Fay
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Index terms: York; Church courts, in York; Emotion; Courts, Church
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

English Catholicism in the 16th century. Kelly, Augustine
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

English evangelical reformers in the last years of Henry VIII. Ryrie, Alexander G.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1539–1547
     Index terms: Henry VIII (1491-1547), king; Evangelical reformers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

English Humanism and national identity, 1530-70. Shrank, C.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1570
     Index terms: National identity; Humanism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Englishness, identity and refugee children in Britain, 1937-45. Myers, Kevin P.F.
     Ph.D., Coventry.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1945
     Index terms: Refugee children; Children; Migration; Englishness
     Categories: 20th Century

'Errant angels': Catholic reformatories and industrial schools in 19th-century Britain. Pearce, Lynda
     Ph.D., Kent. (Canterbury Christ Church: Hist.). Supervised by Wells, Roger A.E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Reformatories, Roman Catholic; Schools, industrial; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Industrial schools; Education, 19th-20th cent.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

European images of India before the rise of orientalism in the late 18th century. Matsukawa, Kyoko
     M.Phil., London. (L.S.E. Anthr.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: India, European images of; Orientalism
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century

Evangelical philanthropy and social control or emancipatory feminism? A case study of the Fisherwick Presbyterian Working Women's Association, 1870-1918. McClelland, Gillian A.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1918
     Index terms: Feminism; Philanthropy, evangelical; Evangelical philanthropy; Women; Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Fisherwick Presbyterian Working Women's Association; Ireland
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Factors contributing to the sustained success of the U.K. cycle industry, 1870-1939. Millward, Andrew
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1939
     Index terms: Bicycle industry; Industry, bicyle
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Family and familiarity: the domestic sphere in 18th-century English visual culture. Retford, Kate
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Visual culture; Domestic sphere; Family
     Categories: 18th Century

Far from consensual: the politics of British economic policy, 1950-5. Kelly, Scott J.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Govt.). Supervised by Barnes, A. John L.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1955
     Index terms: Economic policy
     Categories: 20th Century

Farming in High Suffolk, c.1660-1850. Theobald, Jonathan
     M.Phil., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Tom M.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1850
     Index terms: Suffolk, High; Woodland; Landscapes; Landholdings
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Farming in partnership: the Leckford estate and the pursuit of profit in inter-war agriculture. Brigden, Roy
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Agriculture; Leckford estate, Hants.; Farming
     Categories: 20th Century

Forms of history in the works of Edmund Spenser. Van Es, Bart B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (English)
     Chronological coverage: 1572–1599
     Index terms: Spenser, Edmund (1552?-1599)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Fraud, 1875-1914: the ethics of white collar crime. Riley, James P.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Edge Hill Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Parker, Christopher J.W.; Archer, John E.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1914
     Index terms: White collar crime; Crime, white collar; Fraud
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From baths to balneology. Buxton, 1848-1905: the growth and shaping of an inland resort. Langham, Michael
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1905
     Index terms: Buxton, Derbs.; Balneology; Baths; Resorts
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Funeral monuments: piety, honour and memory in early modern England. Sherlock, Peter D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Holmes, Clive A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Monuments, funeral; Piety; Funeral monuments; Honour; Memory
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Gender and the aristocracy of dissent: a comparative study of the status and roles of women in Quaker and Unitarian communities, 1710-1830. Plant, Helen
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Rendall, Jane L.
     Chronological coverage: 1710–1830
     Index terms: Unitarians; Quakers; Women; Gender
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century

Gender, skill, ideology and the 18th-century business woman. Pullin, Nicki
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Corfield, Penelope J.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Women, and business; Ideology; Skill; Gender; Business women
     Categories: 18th Century

Gerald Heard (1889-1971) and British intellectual culture between the wars. Falby, Alison E.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Burrow, John W.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Intellectual culture; Heard, Gerald (1889-1971)
     Categories: 20th Century

Government in an English provincial town: the corporation of Ipswich, 1720-95. Clemis, David
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Northampton: Hist.). Supervised by King, Peter J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1720–1795
     Categories: 18th Century

History of the Open Brethren in Scotland, 1838-1999. Dickson, Neil T.R.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Bebbington, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1999
     Index terms: Religion; Open Brethren; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History of the soap industry in N.W. England, 1830-1914. Vickers, Raymond
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Roberts, Gerrylynn K.; Morris, P.J.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1914
     Index terms: Soap industry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History of the University of Edinburgh. Dhondt, Pieter
     M.Sc., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1582–2000
     Index terms: Scotland; Edinburgh University; Universities; Education

Home landscapes: amateur gardening and popular horticulture in the making of personal, national and imperial identities, 1815-1914. Preston, Rebecca
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1914
     Index terms: National identity; Horticulture; Gardening, Gardens; Imperial identity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Houses and households in County Durham and Newcastle, c.1570-1730. Green, Adrian G.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1730
     Index terms: Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumb.; Durham, county; Households
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Humphrey Chetham (1580-1653): a Manchester merchant and his library. Guscott, Stephen
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Greengrass, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1653
     Index terms: Merchants; Manchester, Lancs.; Chetham, Humphrey (1580-1653); Libraries
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Identity, politics and piety: the intellectual remaking of Catholicism in the archdiocese of Glasgow, 1918-65. Williamson, Clifford
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by McMillan, James F.; Finlay, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1965
     Categories: 20th Century

India, parliament and the press under George III: a study of English attitudes towards the East India Company and empire in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Osborn, Jeremy R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Washbrook, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1820
     Index terms: Press; Parliament; India; East India Company; George II (1738-1820), king; Empire, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

Industrialised conversion: the Religious Tract Society and popular science publishing in Victorian Britain. Fyfe, Aileen K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Books, Book trade; Publishing; Religious Tract Society; Science publishing
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Industrialization in Lancashire, with special reference to the textile industry, 1600-1800. Hart, Tony
     M.Phil., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Levitt, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1800
     Index terms: Industrialization; Textile industry; Lancashire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Infant and child health and mortality in Derbyshire, from the Great War to the mid 1920s. Reid, Alice M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Richard M.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1925
     Index terms: Mortality; Public health, Public healthcare; Derbyshire; Child health; Infant health; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Interaction within the rural society of W. Essex, 1800-50: the case of Capel Cure, the Blake Hall estate and the Chipping Ongar district. Hall-Garrett, Peter
     M.A., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Hussey, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Index terms: Blake Hall estate, Essex; Capel Cure family; Essex; Rural society; Chipping Ongar, Essex
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Ireland's revolutionary war? Irish nationalist propaganda, the Great War and the construction of Irish identity. Novick, Benjamin Z.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Foster, Robert F. (Roy)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Ireland; Propaganda, in Ireland; World War I (1914-18); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Issues of disarmament in British defence and foreign policy, 1918-25. Silverlock, Gerard A.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Dockrill, Michael L.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1925
     Categories: 20th Century

Jessica Dismorr (1885-1939): artist, writer, vorticist. Heathcock, Catherine E.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1939
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Dismorr, Jessica (1885-1939); Vorticists, Vorticism
     Categories: 20th Century

John Henry Newman and the Oratory School, 1857-72: the establishment of a Catholic public school by converts from the Oxford Movement. Shrimpton, Paul A.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Aldrich, Richard E.
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1972
     Index terms: Public school, Roman Catholic; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Education, Roman Catholic; Newman, John Henry (1801-90), cardinal; Oratory School; Schools; Oxford Movement
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Selden and the laws of England: jurisprudence and constitutional theory, 1584-1654. Roslak, Oleg M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Tuck, Richard F.
     Chronological coverage: 1584–1654
     Index terms: Jurisprudence; Law; Selden, John (1584-1654); Constitutional theory
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

John Stuart Mill and freedom of expression. O'Rourke, Kevin C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Rosen, Fred
     Chronological coverage: 1826–1873
     Index terms: Freedom of expression; Mill, John Stuart (1806-73)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Juvenile delinquency in Lancashire, c.1850-1908: residential care and treatment. Jolley, Sandra
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Vernon, Keith; Levitt, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1908
     Index terms: Lancashire; Crime; Juvenile delinquency; Residential care
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Kinship and exchange relations within an estate economy: Ditchley, 1680-1750. Hann, Andrew G.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1750
     Index terms: Estates; Exchange relations; Kinship; Ditchley, Oxon.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Ladies' football': gender roles and the socialization of women football players in Lancashire, 1917-c.1960. Melling, Alethea
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Russell, David C.; Walton, John K.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1960
     Index terms: Gender; Women; Football, women's; Lancashire
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Social history; 20th Century

Land and change, 1550-1750: the case of the parish of Hartlebury, Worcestershire. Dickson, Sally
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1750
     Index terms: Hartlebury (Worcs.)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Landed society in mid 18th-century co. Down. Richey, Rosemary A.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hayton, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1760
     Index terms: Ireland; Down, County, Ireland; Landed society
     Categories: 18th Century

Lay medical culture and its English critics, c.1620-1720. Goldbloom, Alexander
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Porter, Roy S.; Nutton, Vivian
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1720
     Index terms: Medicine, lay
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Learning from Germans: the Moravian Church, with particular reference to middle-class girls' education in 19th-century England. Cooke, Martin
     M.Phil., Southampton. (University Coll. Chichester: Hist.). Supervised by Morgan, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Middle classes; Education, 19th-20th cent.; Moravian Church; Girls, education of
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Letting the wolf through the door: public morality, politics and 'permissive' reform under the Wilson government, 1964-70. Holden, Andrew J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1970
     Index terms: Wilson, James Harold (1916-95), prime minister; Politics; Public morailty
     Categories: 20th Century

Llanelly parish, Breconshire: the impact of the iron industry on a rural Welsh parish, 1790-1890. Eynon, Gavin T.
     M.Phil., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Golby, John M.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1890
     Index terms: Wales; Llanelly parish, Breconshire; Iron industry, in Wales
     Categories: 19th Century

Local government and politics in West Ham, 1919-39. Edwards, Arthur F.G.
     M.Phil., London. (K.C. Geog.). Supervised by Green, David R.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: London; Local administration, Local government; West Ham, London
     Categories: 20th Century

Lundy: an analysis and comparative study of factors affecting the development of the island, 1577-1969, with a gazetteer of sites and monuments. Ternstrom, Myrtle
     Ph.D., Cheltenham & Gloucester. (Hist.). Supervised by More, Charles R.V.; James, T.
     Chronological coverage: 1577–1969
     Index terms: Gazatteer; Sites and momuments, gazetteer of; Lundy, Devon

Malleable, imitative, vital material: a comparison of the cultural construction of family in England and Ireland in the 1950s. Alderdice, formerly Sharp, Jeannie
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Meller, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1959
     Index terms: Family, Families; Ireland, and England
     Categories: 20th Century

'Malleable, imitative, vital material': a comparison of the cultural construction of family in England and Ireland in the 1950s. Alderdice, formerly Sharp, Jeannie
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Meller, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1959
     Index terms: Family, Families; Ireland, and England
     Categories: 20th Century

Management in the port of Southampton, 1870-1914. Godley, John
     M.Phil., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Rule, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Southampton, Hants.; Ports
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Mannock Strickland, 1683-1744: the life and professional career of the first (?) practising Catholic solicitor. Williams, Richard G.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Coward, Barry
     Chronological coverage: 1703–1744
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Professions; Strickland, Mannock (1683-1744), solicitor; Law; Solicitors, Roman Catholic
     Categories: 18th Century

Marriage patterns in 17th-century England. Hosking, Jenny
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Corfield, Penelope J.; Cavallo, Sandra
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Marriage
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Methodist Episcopal and Wesleyan Methodist deaconess work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: a paradigm for evangelism. Warner, Laceye C.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Middle-class women, civic virtue and identity: Leeds and the West Riding of Yorkshire, c.1830-c.1860. Morgan, Simon J.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Rendall, Jane L.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1860
     Index terms: West Riding, Yorks.; Leeds, Yorks.; Women; Middle classes; Civic virtue
     Categories: Gender and Women; 19th Century

Midwives, infant and maternal health in Monmouthshire, 1900-38. King, Janet
     Ph.D., Glamorgan. (Hum. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Adamson, David L.; Smith, D.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1938
     Index terms: Infant health; Childbirth; Pregnancy; Monmouthshire
     Categories: 20th Century

More than discourse: the sermons of evangelical Protestants in 19th-century Ulster. Dickson, J.N.I.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Connolly, Sean J.; Green, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism; Sermons, evangelical; Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Ulster; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Municipal administration in Aberdeen: the impact of state intervention on corporation policy, with particular reference to housing and town planning, 1890-1939. Jamieson, Thomas
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Harper, Marjory-Ann D.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1939
     Index terms: Aberdeen; Houses, Housing; Local administration, Local government; Town planning
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Nathaniel Richmond and 18th-century garden design. Brown, David
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1744–1784
     Index terms: Richmond, Nathaniel (1724-84); Garden design
     Categories: 18th Century

Nationality, class and gender in 19th-century Scottish education: the schooling of working-class girls. McDermid, Jane H.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Aldrich, Richard E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Scotland; Girls; Scotland; Education (19th-20th cent.); Working classes; Gender; Nationality
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Networks of the life-course: case study of Cheshire, 1570-1700. Frances, Catherine M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1700
     Index terms: Cheshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Nineteenth-century social history, with particular reference to food, health and nutrition in the E. Midlands. Amos, Denise M.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Nutrition; Food; Midlands; Health
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Norwich City Library and its intellectual milieu, 1608-1825. Wilkins-Jones, Clive
     M.Phil., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1608–1825
     Index terms: Norwich, Norfolk, City Library; Libraries
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Observant travel: distant fieldwork in British geography, 1918-60. Merchant, Paul
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Watkins, Charles; Matless, D.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

Outdoor education: its origins and institutionalization in schools with particular reference to the West Riding of Yorkshire since 1945. Cook, Lynn
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Educ.). Supervised by Jenkins, E.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Yorkshire, West Riding; Outdoor education; Education (19th-20th cent.); Schools, in Yorkshire
     Categories: 20th Century

Out of Rexville: G.F. Lovell and the S. Wales confectionery industry, c.1840-c.1940. Pincombe, Ian
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1940
     Index terms: Wales; Lovell, G.F. (1862-1949); Rexville; Confectionery industry, in Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Patronage of livery players and their propagandist function in Tudor England, 1530-80. Lee, Juo-Yung
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Blanchard, Ian S.W.; Fox, Adam P.
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1580
     Index terms: Propaganda; Livery players; Patronage
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Paul Cullen, John Henry Newman and the movement to create a Catholic university in Ireland, 1845-60. Barr, C.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Biagini, Eugenio F.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1860
     Index terms: Universities; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Newman, John Henry (1801-90), cardinal; Cullen, Paul (1803-78), cardinal; Ireland; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Peeresses, parliament and prejudice: the admission of women to the House of Lords, 1900-63. Sutherland, Duncan C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1963
     Index terms: Women; House of Lords; Parliament; Peeresses
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Penal reform and prison administration, with special reference to the example of Wakefield prison, 1865-95. Harrison, Janet F.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Donajgrodski, Antony P.; Whiting, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1895
     Index terms: Wakefield prison, Yorkshire; Prisons; Penal reform
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Pocket editions of the New Jerusalem: Owenite communitarianism in Britain, 1825-55. Langdon, John C.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1855
     Index terms: Owen, Robert (1771-1858); Communitarianism; New Jerusalem
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Policing bodies and balancing minds: self and representation in 18th-century Britain. Dacome, Lucia
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Self, representation of
     Categories: 18th Century

Policing in England and Wales between the two world wars. Griffiths, Derek P.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Wales, and England; Policing
     Categories: 20th Century

Policing the land war: the development of British government policy towards political and agrarian protest and crime in Ireland, 1879-92. Ball, Stephen A.
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.). Supervised by Killingray, David
     Chronological coverage: 1879–1892
     Index terms: Crime, in Ireland; Agrarian protest, in Ireland; Ireland; Political protest, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Politics and culture in the city, 1660-1790: the corporation and the development of Chester. Whinton, Emma J.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Chester Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Power, Michael J.; Gaunt, Peter G.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1790
     Index terms: Chester; Culture; Politics
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Politics stirs them very little': Conservatism and apathy in the East End of London, 1885-1914. Brodie, Marc W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Davis, John H.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1914
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; London, East End
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Popular music and the popular music industry in inter-war Britain. Nott, James J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Waller, Philip J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Popular music, Popular music industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Pregnancy, childbirth and infant health in Monmouthshire, 1900-39. King, Janet
     Ph.D., Glamorgan. (Hum. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Adamson, David L.; Smith, D.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Infant health; Childbirth; Pregnancy; Monmouthshire
     Categories: 20th Century

Print culture and the Scottish Enlightenment, 1748-86. Moonie, Martin J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1748–1786
     Index terms: Scotland; Enlightenment, Scottish; Print culture
     Categories: 18th Century

Problems of British military manpower, 1944-5. Peaty, John R.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1945
     Index terms: Military manpower; Manpower, military
     Categories: 20th Century

Provision, personnel and practice in schools for children under 11 years of age in Peterborough, 1929-74. Chambers, Betty M.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Aldrich, Richard E.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1974
     Index terms: Peterborough, Northamptonshire; Education, 19th-20th cent.; Schools
     Categories: 20th Century

Public and private perceptions of learning disabilities in Britain, 1780-1880. Dickinson, Hilary
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.). Supervised by Garner, L.; John, Angela V.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1880
     Index terms: Learning disabilities; Education
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Public festivities in England during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, 1789-1815. Westermayr, Anna V.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1815
     Index terms: see also French Revolution; Revolution, French (1789); Festivities, public; Public festivities; Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815)
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Pulling back the green curtain: Irish foreign policy, 1945-63. Brown, K.J.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1963
     Index terms: Foreign policy, Irish; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Pulpits, local pits and fleapits: a social history of the cinema in Wales, 1918-51. Miskell, Peter
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Nicholas, Siân H.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1951
     Index terms: Wales; Cinema
     Categories: 20th Century

Puritan iconoclasm in England, c.1640-60. Spraggon, Julie
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Tyacke, Nicholas R.N.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Iconoclasm, Puritan; Puritans iconoclasm
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Radicalism and Chartism in Preston, c.1830-1850. Hoover, Lee
     M.Phil., Lancaster. (St. Martin's Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Poole, Robert J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1850
     Index terms: Preston, Lancs.; Chartists, Chartism; Radicalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Rape victims and the law: a study of the treatment of female complainants by the courts and legal attitudes towards sexual crime in London and Bristol, c.1650-1850. Gammon, Julie D.
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Fletcher, Anthony J.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1850
     Index terms: Sexual crime; Bristol; London; Courts; Law; Rape; Women
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Receiving revolution: the newspaper press, revolutionary ideology and politics in Britain, 1789-1848. Jackson, Owen D.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Doyle, William
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1848
     Index terms: Press, newspaper; Politics
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Re-enacting gentility on London's comic stage during the later 17th and early 18th centuries. Dawson, Mark S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1720
     Index terms: London; Theatre, comic; Gentility; Comic theatre
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religion and English foreign policy, 1558-64. Croly, Christopher P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Collinson, Patrick
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1564
     Index terms: Foreign policy; Religion
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religion and politics in the history of Bury Grammar School, 1570-1749. Fallowes, I.B.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Educ.). Supervised by Sharp, Paul R.; Jenkins, E.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1749
     Index terms: Education, 16th-18th cent.; Schools; Bury Grammar School, Lancs.; Religion; Politics
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Republicanism becoming conservative: Robert Southey and political argument in Britain, 1789-1817. Craig, David M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1817
     Index terms: Politics; Southey, Robert(1774-1843); Republicanism
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Richard Baxter and the ideal of the reformed pastor. Black, Joseph W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Duffy, Eamon
     Chronological coverage: 1635–1691
     Index terms: Puritans, Puritanism; Baxter, Richard (1615-91)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Robert Beale and the Elizabethan polity. Taviner, Mark
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Guy, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1561–1601
     Index terms: Polity, Elizabethan; Beale, Robert (1541-1601); Elizabethan polity
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ruralism and Englishness: meaning in paintings of English rural life and labour, c.1870-1905. O'Brien, James L.G.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1905
     Index terms: Rural art; Art
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Selling consumer protection: competitive strategies of the Consumers' Association, 1957-90. Franks, Sarah J.L.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1990
     Index terms: Consumers' Association
     Categories: 20th Century

Sex and gender roles in gentle and noble families, c1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage formation. Gosling, Sally C.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Day, M. Rosemary
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1660
     Index terms: Nobility; Family, Families; Gender; Sex; Gentry; Marriage
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sex and gender roles in gentle and noble families, c1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage. Gosling, Sally
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Day, M. Rosemary
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1660
     Index terms: Nobility; Family, Families; Gender; Sex; Gentry; Marriage
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir Christopher Wren, the Royal Society and the development of structural carpentry, 1660-1710. Campbell, James W.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Archit.). Supervised by Baggs, Anthony P.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1710
     Index terms: Royal Society; Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723); Carpentry, structural
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir George Carew: the study and conquest of Ireland. Dorsett, Jason W.R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brigden, Susan E.
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1629
     Index terms: Ireland; Carew, George (1555-1629), Baron Carew of Clopton and earl of Totnes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir Philip Morris: reform and pragmatism in educational administration, 1925-66. King, Peter
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Lowe, Rodney
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1966
     Index terms: Education, 19th-20th cent.; Morris, Sir Philip (1901-79)
     Categories: 20th Century

Small fortunes: property, inheritance and the middling sort in Stockport, 1800-57. Owens, Alastair J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Geog.). Supervised by Ogborn, Miles J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1857
     Index terms: Inheritance; Property ownership; Middle classes; Stockport, Cheshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Social and economic change in Bewdley, c.1770-1870. Pennell, Philip N.
     M.Phil., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.; Benson, John
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1870
     Index terms: Bewdley, Worcs.
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Social relations in the Victorian countryside: hiring fairs and their critics in the East Riding of Yorkshire, c.1840-1880. Moses, Gary W.
     Ph.D., Nottingham Trent. (Int. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1880
     Index terms: Yorkshire, East Riding; Hiring fairs; Countryside
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Some aspects of the Poor Law medical services in the metropolis, 1834-67. Facer, Alastair G.
     M.Phil., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1867
     Index terms: London; Public health, Public healthcare; Poor Law
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Spirited sisters: Anglican and Catholic contributions to women's teacher training in the 19th century. Lowden, Kim
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Liverpool Hope: Hist.). Supervised by Hollinshead, Janet E.; Davies, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Anglican, Anglicans, Anglicanism, see also Church of England; Education, 19th-20th cent.; Women; Teacher training; Roman Catholic, Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century

State oaths and political casuistry in England, 1640-1702. Vallance, Edward
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Beddard, R.A.P.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1702
     Index terms: Political casuistry; State oaths; Oaths, state; Casuistry, political
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Streptomycin, 1946: British central administration of supplies of a new drug of American origin, with special reference to clinical trials in tuberculosis. Yoshioka, Alan
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Lawrence, Christopher J.; Warwick, Andrew C.
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1951
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; Tuberculosis; Clinical trials; Drug supply; Streptomycin; Medicine
     Categories: 20th Century

Technology and labour productivity in Britain and France, 1750-1850. Brunt, Liam
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Foreman-Peck, James S.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Technology; Agriculture, English and French; France; Labour productivity
     Categories: Europe; 18th Century; 19th Century

The 1858-62 Revival in the North East of Scotland. Jeffrey, Kenneth S.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Bebbington, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1862
     Index terms: Revival, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The 4th duke of Newcastle. Gaunt, Richard A.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1805–1851
     Index terms: Newcastle, 4th duke of, see Clinton, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham; Clinton, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham (1785-1851), 4th duke of Newcastle
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The ambassadors of Henry VIII: the personnel of English diplomacy, c.1500-c.1550. MacMahon, Luke M.C.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Potter, David L.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1550
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy; Henry VIII (1491-1547); Ambassadors
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The application of business experience and expertise to the administration of non-Wesleyan Methodism in the period 1797-1850. Anderson, John H.
     M.Phil., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Briggs, John H.Y.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1850
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism; Non-Wesleyan Methodists, Non-Wesleyan Methodism; Business; Religion
     Categories: 19th Century

The art of war: military writing in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Rankin, Deana M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Military writing; Ireland; War, Warfare
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Theatre in the provinces in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, with special reference to Sarah Baker in Kent. Baker, Jean N.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Cunningham, Hugh St. C.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1820
     Index terms: Baker, Sarah (1736-1815), theatre proprietor; Theatre; Theatrical Representations Bill
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The Bangorian controversy. Warner, Rebecca
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1717–1717
     Index terms: Bangorian controversy; Church
     Categories: 18th Century

The body in the water: religious conflict in Hertford, 1660-c.1702. Adams, Beverly A.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Miller, John
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1704
     Index terms: Religious conflict; Hertford, Hertfordshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The British Conservative party and European supranational integration, 1948-55. Skar, Sylke
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1955
     Index terms: European integration; Conservative party
     Categories: 20th Century

The British Labour party and the monarchy, 1906-39. Hayman, Mark
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hinton, James S.
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1939
     Index terms: Monarchy; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The 'Bury-al Board': poverty, politics and poor relief in the Brixworth Union, Northamptonshire, c.1870-1900. Hurren, Elizabeth T.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Northampton: Hist.). Supervised by King, Peter J.R.; Bartrip, Peter W.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Catholic interest in Irish politics in the reign of Charles II. Creighton, Margaret A.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hayton, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1685
     Index terms: Charles II (1630-85), king; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The causes and effects of tourism in N. Wales, 1750-1850. Williams, Peter H.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by O'Leary, Paul B.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Wales; Tourism
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The Church in the northern Highlands, 1790-1850: spiritual witness and social crisis. Paton, David
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1850
     Index terms: Highlands, Northern, Soctland; Scotland; Church, in Scotland; Social crisis
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The civilian experience of World War I: aspects of Wolverhampton, 1914-18. Gower, Stephen J.L.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Civilians, in World War I; World War I (1914-18); Wolverhampton, Staffs.
     Categories: 20th Century

The collecting activities of Sir John Lubbock (1834-1913). Owen, Janet E.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1913
     Index terms: Lubbock, Sir John (1834-1913); Collecting
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Conservative party and Palestine in the inter-war period. Wolfson, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Steiner, Zara S.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Conservative party; Palestine; Middle East
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The cost of the National Health Service: problem definition and policy response, 1942-60. Cutler, Anthony
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.H.T.M.). Supervised by Berridge, Virginia S.
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1960
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; National Health Service
     Categories: 20th Century

The decline and end of the lead mining industry in the northern Pennines, 1865-1914: a socio-economic comparison between Wensleydale, Swaledale and Teesdale. Flynn, Colin G.
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Lomas, Richard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1914
     Index terms: Swaledale, Yorkshire; Wensleydale, Yorkshire; Pennines; Lead mining industry; Teesdale, Durham and Yorkshrie
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The decline of childhood mortality in Devon and Cornwall, 1851-1910. Shelton, Nicola J.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Geog.). Supervised by Williamson, Paul; Woods, Robert I.
     Chronological coverage: 1851–1910
     Index terms: Devon; Mortality, childhood; Childhood mortality; Cornwall
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The decline of Enlightenment Calvinism in the theologies of three 19th-century British Baptists. Campbell, Russell S.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Garnett, E. Jane; Bebbington, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Enlightenment; Calvinists, Calvinism; Baptists
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Derby philosophers, c.1760-1860: a provincial scientific community. Elliott, Paul
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Palmer, Marilyn
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1860
     Index terms: Derby, Derbyshire; Philosophers; Science
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The developing pattern of horse racing in Yorkshire, 1700-49: an analysis of the people and the places. Middleton, Iris M.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Vamplew, Wray
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1749
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Horse racing
     Categories: 18th Century

The development and failure of Dovercourt Bay, Essex, as a seaside resort during the 19th century. Kemp-Luck, Anne
     M.A., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Brown, Arthur F.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Essex; Dovercourt Bay, Essex; Seaside resorts
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of libraries in Norfolk country houses, 1660-1830. West, Susie C.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1830
     Index terms: Norfolk; Country houses; Libraries
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development of mines and mine warfare in the Fisher era, 1900-14. Halvorsen, Peter
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Index terms: Fisher, John Arbuthnot (1841-1920), 1st Baron Fisher; Mines, Mine warfare
     Categories: 20th Century

The Devil in English culture, c.1549-c.1660. Johnstone, Nathan
     Ph.D., Kent. (Canterbury Christ Church: Hist.). Supervised by Eales, Jacqueline S.
     Chronological coverage: 1549–1660
     Index terms: Devil
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The diaries of Warwickshire artist, Samuel Baker (1824-1909). Scott, Zillah A.A.
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Lane, Joan
     Chronological coverage: 1844–1909
     Index terms: Baker, Samuel (1824-1909), artist; Diaries, of Samuel Baker
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The economic history of the Liverpool marine insurance market, 1802-1945. Keoghan, Michael J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Waller, Philip J.
     Chronological coverage: 1802–1945
     Index terms: Insurance, marine; Liverpool
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The endowed schools of Montrose, 1800-72. Socha, Frances A.
     M.Ed., Dundee.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1872
     Index terms: Scotland; Montrose, Scotland; Schools, endowed; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Essex coastal trade, c.1790-1880. Beckett, Roger
     M.A., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Schürer, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1880
     Index terms: Coastal trade, in Essex; Essex
     Categories: 19th Century

The evolutionist at large: Grant Allen, scientific naturalism and Victorian culture. Cowie, David
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Crosbie W.
     Chronological coverage: 1868–1899
     Index terms: Evolution; Allen, Charles Grant Blairfindie (1848-99); Scientific naturalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The experience of time in early modern England, with special reference to eastern England. Wattebot, Antoinette
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Time
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Gallipoli campaign as assessed by some British and Australian participants, 1915-39. MacLeod, Jennifer R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Winter, Jay M.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1939
     Index terms: Australia; World War I (1914-18); Gallipoli, Turkey; Turkey
     Categories: 20th Century

The gendered language of Protestant anti-papist polemic in England, 1603-1702. Dean, Katherine T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1702
     Index terms: Polemic, anti-papist; Protestants, Protestantism; Gendered language
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The great Victorian way: materiality and memory in mid-19th century technological culture. Atmore, Henry P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1860
     Index terms: Technological culture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Great Western Railway and the celebration of Englishness. Bennett, Alan D.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Harrington, Ralph
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1921
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The historical dynamics of medical genetics, especially in Manchester. Coventry, Peter A.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1995
     Index terms: Manchester, Lancs.; Genetics; Medicine
     Categories: 20th Century

The history of gymnastic activity in the West Midlands, with special reference to Birmingham, 1865-1918: with an analysis of military influences, secular and religious innovation and educational developments. Galligan, Frank
     Ph.D., Coventry.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1918
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The history of the British euthanasia movement, c.1870-1970. Kemp, Nicholas D.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Weindling, Paul J.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1970
     Index terms: Euthanasia
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The history of water supply in north Worcestershire up to 1974. Van-Leerzem, Johann
     M.Phil., Wolverhampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1974
     Index terms: Water supply, in Worcs.; Worcestershire

The household and court of King James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603. Juhala, Amy L.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Bannerman, John W.M.; Lynch, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1567–1603
     Index terms: Household, royal; James I and VI (1566-1625), king; Court, royal
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The idea of 'public opinion' in Britain, 1870-1914. Thompson, James
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clarke, Peter F.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Public opinion
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The ideology of maritime museums, with particular reference to the interpretation of early modern navigation. Hicks, Robert D.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Fisher, H.E. Stephen; Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Museums, maritime; Navigation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The impact of state intervention on corporation policy, with particular reference to housing and town planning, 1890-1939. Jamieson, Thomas R.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Harper, Marjory-Ann D.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1939
     Index terms: Aberdeen; Houses, Housing; Local administration, Local government; Town planning
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The industrial triangle: work and society in the towns of Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, 1840-70. Corns, Marian
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1870
     Index terms: Middleton, Lancs.; Heywood, Lancs.; Towns; Industry; Rochdale, Lancs.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The inverted city: London and the constitution of homosexuality, 1885-1914. Cook, Matthew D.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Pick, Daniel M.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1914
     Index terms: Homosexuals, Homosexuality; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Irish boundary crisis and the re-shaping of British politics, 1920-5. Matthews, Charles K.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, David
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1925
     Index terms: Partition, of Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The Irish in Birmingham during the 19th century. Peach, Alex
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Panayi, Panikos
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Immigration, see Migration; Birmingham, Warwicks.; Ireland; Migration, Irish
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Joint Intelligence Committee and British intelligence assessment, 1945-56. Craig, A.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1956
     Index terms: Joint Intelligence Committee; Intelligence
     Categories: 20th Century

The Labour party's policy towards land reform, 1900-45. Tichelar, Michael
     Ph.D., West of England.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1945
     Index terms: Land reform; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The letters of Samuel Wesley: social and professional correspondence, 1797-1837. Olleson, Philip J.
     Ph.D., Nottingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1837
     Index terms: Wesley, Samuel (1766-1837), composer; Letters, Letter writing
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The life and work of John Patrick Crichton Stuart, 3rd marquess of Bute. Hannah, Rosemary
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1733–1792
     Index terms: Bute, 3rd marquess of, see Stuart, John Patrick Crichton; Stuart, John Patrick Crichton (1713-92), 3rd marquess of Bute
     Categories: 18th Century

The life experiences of university-educated women: graduates of the University of Liverpool, 1947-79. Aiston, Sarah J.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Educ.). Supervised by Harrop, Sylvia A.
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1979
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

The lives and experiences of Rugby working women, 1890-1950. Robinson, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1950
     Index terms: Women; Rugby, Warwicks.; Workers
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

The long sexual revolution: British women, sex and contraception in the 20th century. Cook, Hera
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Sexual revolution; Women; Contraception
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Social history; 20th Century

The 'mainstream' churches in Birmingham, c.1945-1998: the local church and generational change. Jones, Ian
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Theol.). Supervised by McLeod, D. Hugh
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1996
     Index terms: Birmingham, Warwicks.; Church, from 16th cent.
     Categories: 20th Century

The mirror for princesses: the fashioning of English queenship, 1553-1603. Lin, May-Shine
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Howarth, D.J.; Mackenney, Richard S.; Fox, A.
     Chronological coverage: 1553–1603
     Index terms: Queenship
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The natural order: organic husbandry, society and religion in Britain, 1924-53. Conford, Philip
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1953
     Index terms: Religion; Organic husbandry; Husbandry, organic; Agriculture
     Categories: 20th Century

The oeconomy of the navy and Portsmouth: a discourse between the civilian naval administration of Portsmouth dockyard and the surrounding communities, 1650-1800. Coats, Ann V.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Brooks, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1800
     Index terms: Portsmouth, Hampshire; Portsmouth dockyard; Navy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The organization and regulation of the trade in indentured servants for the American colonies in London, 1645-1718, and the career of William Haveland, emigration agent. Wareing, John
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Harding, Vanessa A.
     Chronological coverage: 1645–1718
     Index terms: London; Servants, indentured; Empire, British; Indentured servants; America, colonial
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The organization and regulation of the trade in indentured servants for the American colonies in London, 1645-1718. Wareing, John
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Harding, Vanessa A.
     Chronological coverage: 1645–1718
     Index terms: London; Servants, indentured; Empire, British; Indentured servants; America, colonial
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The patronage of Robert Devereux, 2nd earl of Essex, c.1577-1596. Gazzard, H.J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1577–1596
     Index terms: Essex, 2nd earl of, see Devereux, Robert; Devereux, Robert (1566-1601), 2nd earl of Essex; Patronage, political
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The 'personal rule' of Elizabeth I: marriage, succession and Catholic conspiracy c.1578-1582. Mears, Natalie
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Guy, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1578–1582
     Index terms: Marriage; Royal succession; Elizabeth I (1533-1603), queen; Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The political career of Roger Boyle, Lord Broghill, 1640-60. Little, Patrick J.S.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Hunter, Michael C.W.; Coward, Barry
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Orrery, 1st earl of, see Boyle, Roger; Broghill, Baron, see Boyle, Roger; Boyle, Roger (1620-79), 1st earl of Orrery
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The political ideas of Reginald Brabazon, the 12th earl of Meath. Pymer, Sarah
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Thompson, Andrew S.
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1929
     Index terms: Meath, 12th earl of, see Brabazon, Reginald; Brabazon, Reginald (1841-1929), 12th earl of Meath; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political thought of the recoinage crisis, 1695-7. Kwarteng, Kwasi A.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1695–1697
     Index terms: Recoinage crisis; Political thought
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of providentialism in England, c.1640-1660. Browell, Geoffrey C.
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Providentialism, politics of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The presentation of biological science to Victorian children. Issitt, J.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Children; Biological science; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The provision of choral music at St. George's chapel, Windsor, and Eton college, c.1640-1733. Dexter, Keri J.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Spink, Ian W.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1733
     Index terms: St. George's chapel, Windsor; Choral music; Music, choral; Eton College, Windsor
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The provision of sewers in W. London, 1659-1761. Shirata, Yuji
     M.Phil., Leicester. (Urban Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1659–1761
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; London; Sewers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'The railway myth': flat racing in mainland Britain 1830-1914. Tolson, John
     M.Phil./Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Vamplew, Wray
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Revolt of the Field and churches in the south of England. Mabuchi, Akira
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Thompson, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1872–1879
     Index terms: Agriculture; Revolt of the Field; Churches
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of army chaplains in World War II. Robinson, Alan C.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Chester Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Esdaile, Charles J.; Barr, Ronald J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: British army chaplain; British army; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The Royal Geographical Society and the commemoration of Captain Scott's last Antarctic expedition. Jones, Maxwell H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Winter, Jay M.
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1925
     Index terms: Scott, Robert Falcon (1868-1912); Antarctic; Royal Geographical Society
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The security of the English state, 1689-97. Wilton, Matthew J.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Childs, John C.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1697
     Index terms: State; Security
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The 'shrieking sisterhood': membership, policy and strategy of the Women's Social and Political Union in Leicester and the E. Midlands, 1907-14. Whitmore, Richard
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Thoms, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1914
     Index terms: Leicester, Leics.; Women's Social and Political Union; Midlands; Women
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

The social definition of British railways since 1865, with special reference to those of England. Watts, David C. Hunter
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1999
     Index terms: Railways
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The television policies of the British Labour party, 1951-2000. Freedman, Des
     Ph.D., Westminster.
     Chronological coverage: 1951–2000
     Index terms: Labour party, and television; Television
     Categories: 20th Century

The Theatrical Representations Bill, 1788: its origins, passage and impact in the provinces, with special reference to Sarah Baker in Kent. Baker, Jean N.
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Cunningham, Hugh St. C.
     Chronological coverage: 1788–1850
     Index terms: Baker, Sarah (1736-1815), theatre proprietor; Theatre; Theatrical Representations Bill
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The transformation of society, culture and landscape in 17th-century Tipperary. Morissey, John
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Geog.). Supervised by Brace, Catherine; Gibson, Alex J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Landscape; Ireland; Tipperary, Ireland; Culture; Society
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The writings and political activities of Slingsby Bethel, 1617-97. McGowan, Anne
     M.Litt., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1637–1697
     Index terms: Bethel, Slinsgby (1617-97); Political writing
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'To enrich with gospel truth the neighbour realm': religious reform in England and Scotland, 1534-61. Kellar, M. Clare
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wormald, Jenny
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1561
     Index terms: Religious reform; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'To keep me all my life': policy, provision and the experience of war widowhood, 1914-25. James, Ingrid H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Alastair J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1925
     Index terms: War widows; World War I (1914-18); Widowhood
     Categories: 20th Century

Towards a Greater Britain: a political biography of Oswald Mosley, 1918-47. Cook, Colin P.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1947
     Index terms: Mosley, Sir Oswald (1896-1980); Fascists, Fascism
     Categories: 20th Century

Tractarians and the 'Condition of England': the social and political thought of the Oxford Movement. Skinner, Simon A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Garnett, E. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1833–1900
     Index terms: Oxford Movement; 'Condition of England'; Tractarians
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Trade expansion, social conflict and popular politics in the Spitalfields silkweaving community, c.1670-1770. Swindlehurst, Laura C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Wrightson, Keith E.
     Chronological coverage: 1670–1770
     Index terms: Popular politics; Spitalfields, London; Social conflict; Trade; London; Silkweavers, in Spitalfields
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Travel, plants, and cross-cultural landscapes: British representation of Japan, 1860-1914. Tachibana, Setsu
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Watkins, Charles; Daniels, S.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1914
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

Trousered dress and radical thought in the 19th century. Luck, Kate
     Ph.D., North London. (Arts & Hum.). Supervised by Judd, Denis O.; Wilson, E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Radical thought; Dress
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Understanding smallpox: variola minor in England and Wales, 1919-35. May, S.R. Maisie
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hardy, A.M.; Dobson, Mary J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1935
     Index terms: Variola minor, see Smallpox; Public health, Public healthcare; Smallpox; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Unfortunate beings: juvenile criminality in York, 1820-50. Bollen, Jeannette
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1850
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Unionism and nationalism and the Irish language, 1893-1933. Andrews, Liam S.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1933
     Index terms: Ireland; Nationalism, Irish; Irish language; Unionism, Irish; Language
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Victorian religion and its influence on women writers. A study of four women: Grace Aguilar, Harriet Martineau, George Eliot and Mary Kingsley. West-Burnham, Jocelyn
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Martineau, Harriet (1802-76), writer; Aguilar, Grace (1816-47), writer; Women writers; Eliot, George (1819-80), writer; Religion; Kingsley, Mary (1862-1900), writer
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Villa Toryism: the making of London Conservatism, 1868-96. Windscheffel, Alex C.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Turner, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1868–1896
     Index terms: Toryism, see also Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; London; Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Voices from nowhere: utopianism in British political culture, 1929-45. Coupland, Philip M.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hinton, James S.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1945
     Index terms: Politics; Utopianism
     Categories: 20th Century

'Washtub women': a study of female school inspectors from the 1890s to the 1920s. Mullins, Carole
     M.Ed., Liverpool. (Educ.). Supervised by Harrop, Sylvia A.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1930
     Index terms: Education, 19th-20th cent.; School inspectors; Women
     Categories: 20th Century; 19th Century; Gender and Women; Education

'What alternative punishment is there'? Military executions during World War I. Oram, Gerard
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Emsley, Clive
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Executions, military
     Categories: 20th Century

Whig literary culture: poetry, politics and patronage, 1678-1714. Williams, Abigail A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1678–1714
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Who cares? The morphology of 'caring' in children's hospitals, 1852-1950, with special reference to the Jenny Lind Hospital for Sick Children, Norwich. Lindsay, Bruce
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1852–1950
     Index terms: Hospitals, Paediatric; Public health, Public healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

William Whiston: natural philosopher, prophet, primitive Christian. Snobelen, Stephen D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Schaffer, Simon J.
     Chronological coverage: 1687–1752
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Wimborne Minster, Dorset: a study of a small town, 1620-90. Reeve, David C.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1690
     Index terms: Dorset; Wimborne Minster, Dorset; Towns
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Wind of change, scent of betrayal: press, political development and public opinion in Northern Ireland, 1963-7. Scott, Alan
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wichert, Sabine
     Chronological coverage: 1963–1967
     Index terms: Northern Ireland; Public opinion; Press
     Categories: 20th Century

Women and alchemy in early modern England. Archer, Jayne E.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Berry, Philippa J.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Alchemy; Women
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

Women and religious verse in English manuscript culture, c.1600-1668: Lady Anne Southwell, Lady Hester Pulter and Katherine Austen. Ross, Sarah C.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1668
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 16th-17th Century

Women, credit and finance in England, 1780-1826. Wiskin, Christine M.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Berg, Maxine L.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1826
     Index terms: Finance; Credit; Women
     Categories: Economic history; Gender and Women; Europe; 18th-19th Century

Women in civic life in Liverpool in the inter-war period. Williams, Gaynor
     M.Phil., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Lawrence, Jon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Women; Civic life, in Liverpool; Liverpool
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Women's letters and letter-writing in England, 1540-1603. Daybell, James
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1603
     Index terms: Letters, Letter-writing; Women
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

Women students at the University of Liverpool, 1883-1937: their academic careers and postgraduate lives. Edwards, Lynn
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Educ.). Supervised by Harrop, Sylvia A.
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1937
     Index terms: Liverpool; Universities; Education, 19th-20th cent.; University of Liverpool; Women students; Postgraduate students
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; Local and regional history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women's work in 18th-century Bath and Ipswich. Masten, Viktoria L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Wrightson, Keith E.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Ipswich, Suff.; Bath, Somerset; Women
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 18th Century

2001

A comparative history of medical provision and public health in the Jewish and Gentile communities of the East End of London, 1850-1914. Reeves, Carol A.
     M.Phil., London. (Ext.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; London, East End; Medical provision; Jews, in London; Gentiles
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A consciousness of their own? Class, 'race' and gender in the lives of white working-class women in post-war Birmingham, 1945-90. Good, Shirley A.
     Ph.D., Staffordshire. (Hum: Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Working classes; Gender; Women; Race; Class, social; Birmingham, Warwicks.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Local and regional history; Social history; 20th Century

A historical geography of glacial theory in early 19th-century Edinburgh. Finnegan, Diarmid
     M.Res., Edinburgh. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1825
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'A less perfect reflection': perceptions of Luther in the 19th-century Church of England. Lethaby, Julie I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Church of England; Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Protestant reformer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Alexander Ross (1590-1654): anachronistic reactionary or realist?. Biggs, Malcolm
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1610–1654
     Index terms: Ross, Alexander (1590-1654)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) and the revival of 18th-century Particular Baptist life. Morden, Peter J.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Spurgeon's Coll.)
     Chronological coverage: 1774–1815
     Index terms: Particular Baptists; Fuller, Andrew (1754-1815); Baptists
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

An evaluation of the Poor Law Amendment Act in Herefordshire, 1834-71. Powell, John
     Ph.D., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1871
     Index terms: Poor Law Amendment Act; Herefordshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Angels with dirty faces: children, cinema and censorship in 1930s Britain. Smith, Sarah J.
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. Supervised by Brown, Callum G.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Categories: 20th Century

'An organised system of plunder': salmon poaching in Cumberland and Westmorland, 1862-92. Osborne, Harvey D.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1892
     Index terms: Westmorland; Cumberland; Poaching; Salmon poaching
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Anthropogenic natures: Wicken Fen and histories of disturbance, 1923-43. Cameron, Laura J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1943
     Index terms: Disturbances; Wicken Fen, Cambs.
     Categories: 20th Century

Anti-parliamentary passage: South Wales and the internationalism of Sam Mainwaring (1841-1907). John, Kenneth B.
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1907
     Index terms: Internationalism; Wales; Mainwaring, Sam (1841-1907); Parliament
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aristocratic women and the Jacobean court, 1603-25. Payne, Helen M.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1625
     Index terms: Court, Jacobean; Aristocracy, Aristocrats; Women
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Gender and Women

'A rough kind of feminism': the formation of working-class women's identities, Clydeside, c.1919-1936. Hughes, Anne-Marie
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Finlay, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1936
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Arthur Newsholme and English public health administration, 1888-1919. Nagashima, Takeshi
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1919
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; Newsholme, Sir Arthur (1857-1943)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A social history of health in inter-war S. Wales. Thompson, Steven D.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Aspects of the English Revolution, December 1648-May 1649. Beesley, Edward A.V.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1649
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism; Civil War (1642-60); Commonwealth and Protectorate (1649-60); English Revolution, see Civil War
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Aspects of the historical geography of the 1918-19 influenza pandemic in Britain. Johnson, N.P.A.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1919
     Index terms: Influenza pandemic; Historical geography; Disease
     Categories: 20th Century

Astrology in the 18th century, with special reference to almanac-makers. Wiggin, Paul D.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Almanac makers; Astrology
     Categories: 18th Century

Attitudes towards aristocracy in Britain in the 1790s. Goodrich, Amanda
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1800
     Index terms: Aristocracy
     Categories: 18th Century

Autobiographical acts, ethnic memory and the history of Afro-Caribbean and Jewish communities in 20th-century Britain. Romain, Gemma
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1999
     Categories: 20th Century

'A very model of a missionary priest': the pastoral work of Bishop Richard Challoner in the Catholic London district in the 18th century. Butler, David A.R.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Theol.). Supervised by Snape, M.F.; McLeod, D. Hugh
     Chronological coverage: 1741–1781
     Categories: 18th Century

Banking on promotion: employment and identity in Scottish banking, 1850-1939. Taylor, Martin S.A.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1939
     Index terms: Banks, Banking, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Birmingham's literary response to Irish nationalism and feminism, 1880-1930. Volante, Carol A.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Index terms: Feminism, Irish; Nationalism, Irish; Birmingham; Women
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Britains oldest police? A history of policing in Glasgow, 1779-1846. Barrie, David
     M.Phil., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Fraser, W. Hamish; Devine, Thomas M.
     Chronological coverage: 1779–1846
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

British women and the Spanish Civil War, c.1936-1939. Jackson, Angela
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain, and Britain; Women
     Categories: Military/naval history; Gender and Women; Europe; 20th Century

Bureaucratic acceptance of citizenship in the voluntary sector, 1919-39: the case of the National Council of Social Service. Adderley, Simon D.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist.). Supervised by Brooks, J. Ronald; Tanner, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

Carlyle and the evolutionists: a comparative study of 'selection' and 'survival' in Victorian culture and science. Baker, Nicholas J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Pick, Daniel M.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1881
     Index terms: Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881); Evolution
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Celticism and Celtic motifs in Irish and Scottish art, 1885-1940. Bryce, Aisling
     M.Litt., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1940
     Index terms: Scotland, and Ireland; Ireland, and Scotland; Art, Irish and Scottish; Celticism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Change or continuity: the social composition of the Conservative party, 1900-50. Parkinson, Sarah
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1950
     Index terms: Conservative party
     Categories: 20th Century

Charities in Warwickshire in the 18th and 19th centuries. Pinches, Sylvia M.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Warwickshire; Charities, Charity
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Charles Golightly (1807-85), Church parties and university politics in Victorian England. Atherstone, Andrew C.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1827–1885
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Chipko and crofter: land movements in northern India and the Highlands of Scotland. Chadha, Nandini B.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1947
     Index terms: Highlands, Scotland; Scotland, and India; India, and Scotland; Crofters; Chipkos; Land movements, in India and Scotland
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

Colleges for miners: a history of the provision of technical education to the S. Wales coal mining industry, 1882-1939. Harries, Peter H.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1882–1939
     Index terms: Education, technical; Technical education; Mines, Miners, Mining, Mining industry; Wales; Coal mining
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Commemorating the Irish Civil War, 1923-2000. Dolan, Anne M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1923–2000
     Index terms: Civil war, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Consensus and conflict in the British new towns policy: Basildon, c.1945-1970. Suge, I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: New towns policy; Basildon, Essex; Towns, new
     Categories: 20th Century

Consensus: the making of the National Health Service for Scotland. McCrae, W. Morrice
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1955
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; Scotland; National Health Service, in Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

Consumption of furniture for the home, using provincial suppliers in the W. Midlands, 1750-1850. Ponsonby, Margaret
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: West Midlands; Consumers, Consumption; Furniture
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Continuity and change in urban culture: a case study of two provincial towns, Chester and Coventry, c.1600-c.1750. Knowles, Philip
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1750
     Index terms: Coventry; Chester; Towns; Urban culture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Crafted links: the transformation of Masonic ritual order, 1772-1802. An intellectual history of the Preston-Webb synthesis. Stemper, William
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1772–1802
     Categories: 18th Century

Cultural history of death, 1770-1825. Davidson, Luke A.F.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jordanova, Ludmilla J.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1825
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Culture and society in W. Cornwall, 1700-1900. Hosking, Laura J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Vernon, N. James
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Death and narration in Victorian literature, 1830-60. Meyer, Basil
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1860
     Index terms: Death; Literature
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Decline and change in some west Devon market town parishes, 1841-91. Walker, Peter
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Melling, Joseph L.; Overton, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1841–1891
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Drink and the labour movement in earlier 20th-century Scotland, with particular reference to Edwin Scrymgeour and the Scottish Prohibition party. Kemp, John
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1920
     Index terms: Scotland; Labour movement, in Scotland; Drink; Scrymgeour, Edwin (1866-1947); Scottish Prohibition party
     Categories: 20th Century

Edinburgh during the Covenanting era, 1637-51. Stewart, Laura A. McLeod
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1637–1651
     Index terms: Covenanting era; Edinburgh; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Edward Daniel Clarke (1769-1822) and the collecting of classical antiquities. Edgar, Katharine F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Classics)
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1822
     Index terms: Antiquities, classical; Collecting; Clarke, Edward Daniel (1769-1822), antiquary and mineralogist; Classical antiquities
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

English national identity and the idea of citizenship in Leveller thought, c.1642-1649. Foxley, R.H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Europe and the microscope in the Enlightenment. Ratcliff, Marc J.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Enlightenment; Microscopes
     Categories: 18th Century

Explaining addiction: the use and abuse of opiates in 19th-century Britain. Foxcroft, Louise J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Opiates; Addiction
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Fire control for British Dreadnoughts: choices of technology and supply. Brooks, John
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1945
     Categories: 20th Century

Foreign diplomatic representatives at the court of James VI and I. Anderson, Roberta
     D.Phil., Bath Spa. (Hist. & Cultural Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1625
     Index terms: Court, Jacobean; James I (1566-1625), king; Diplomacy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Framing the tartan curtain: cultural dissent in fin de siècle Edinburgh and Glasgow. Comrie, Duncan
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900
     Index terms: Scotland; Glasgow; Edinburgh; Cultural dissent
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Gender, crime and discretion in the English criminal justice system, c.1780-1850. Palk, Deirdre
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Northampton: Hist.). Supervised by King, Peter J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Index terms: Criminal justice; Gender
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Gender, stereotypes and stories of courtship and domestic violence in the courts of early modern England and Wales. Lovelock, Anna
     M.Phil., Wales. (Cardiff Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Courtship; Violence, domestic; Stereotypes; Gender; Courts; Wales
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Girls and career choice in the late 1950s: constructions of the female role. Spencer, Stephanie
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist)
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1960
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Growing up good? Medical, social hygiene and youth work perspectives on young women, 1918-39. Oldfield, Carolyn
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Women's Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Youth work; Social hygiene; Women
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Health and recreation: issues in the development of bathing and swimming, c.1800-1970, with special reference to Birmingham and Thetford, Norfolk. Batstone, Sarah
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1970
     Index terms: Birmingham; Swimming; Bathing; Thetford (Norf.); Recreation; Health; Norfolk
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History in literature: the writings of Rhys Davies, a case study. Davies, Philippa M.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1978
     Index terms: Davies, Rhys (1903-78); Literature
     Categories: 20th Century

History of Manchester Children's Hospital. Barnes, Pamela
     M.Phil., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1995
     Index terms: Hospitals, Paediatric; Manchester, Children's Hospital; Public health, Public healthcare; Hospitals
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Holding the line: the Royal Navy's home fleet in the Second World War. Levy, James
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Simpson, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Categories: 20th Century

Horse supply in the English Civil War, 1642-6. Robinson, Gavin
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1648
     Index terms: Civil War (1642-60); Horse supply
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ideal and practice: aspects of noble life in late Elizabethan and Jacobean England. Danushevskaya, Anna V.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Burgess, P. Glenn
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1625
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ideas of liberty of the press, 1640-1700. Kemp, Geoffrey H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1700
     Index terms: Press, liberty of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Image and reality: working-class teenage girls' leisure in Bermondsey during the inter-war period. Milcoy, Katharine
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Girls; Working classes; Leisure; Class, social; London, Bermondsey
     Categories: 20th Century

Industrial flexibility and international competition: railway locomotive engineering in Britain. Boughey, David S.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Management)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1914
     Index terms: Railway locomotive engineering; Industrial flexibility; Industry; Engineering
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Interior planning in the English country house, 1660-1735: spatial theory and practice. Smith, Patricia J.
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1735
     Index terms: Spatial theory; Country houses; Interior planning
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Inter-personal violence in 17th-century England, with special reference to Worcestershire. Greene, Claire H.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Violence, inter-personal; Worcestershire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Interpersonal violence in late Victorian and Edwardian England: Staffordshire, 1880-1910. Felstead, Kevin S.
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Vincent, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1910
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

James Crossley, publisher, critic, collector and bibliographer: a Manchester man of letters. Collins, Stephen F.
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1883
     Index terms: Bibliography; Collecting; Publishing; Crossley, James (1800-83); Manchester, Lancs.; Critics, Criticism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Jews in the Communist party of Great Britain, 1920-48: ethnic susceptibility, generational divergence and party strategy. Heppell, Jason L.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Martin, David E.; Holmes, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1948
     Categories: 20th Century

John Forbes White and George Reid: artists and patrons in north-east Scotland, 1860-1920. Melville, Jennifer M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1920
     Index terms: Reid, George (1841-1913), artist; Art, Artists; White, John Forbes (1831-1904), patron; Scotland; Patronage, artistic
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Tillotson: a reappraisal. Facer, Peter
     M.Litt., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Ford, G. Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1694
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Labour and the municipality: Labour politics in Leeds, 1900-14. Dalton, Raymond D.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Index terms: Leeds, Yorks.; Towns; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway. Wilmot, David R.H.
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Divall, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1891–1906
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Late 18th- and 19th-century ecclesiology. Pickett, Richard J.
     M.A., Durham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1825
     Index terms: Ecclesiology
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Laudians, Puritans and the laity in Essex, c.1630-1642. Egan, Maria M.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1630–1642
     Index terms: Laity; Puritans; Laudians; Essex
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Law and disorder in the 'middle shires' of Great Britain, 1603-25. Sizer, J.R.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1625
     Index terms: Middle shires; Disorder; Law
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Lovers and madmen have such seething brains': historical aspects of neurosyphilis in four Scottish asylums, c.1880-1930. Davis, Gayle L.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Index terms: Asylums, in Scotland; Mental health; Neurosyphilis; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Luxury and the poor: representations of plebeian consumption and consumers in 18th-century England. White, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Consumption, plebeian; Poor; Luxury
     Categories: 18th Century

M1: a cultural geography of an English motorway, 1946-65. Merriman, Peter R.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Watkins, Charles; Matless, David S.
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1965
     Categories: 20th Century

Making shift: independent single women in S.W. Wales during the 18th century. Davidson, Lesley
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Women; Wales
     Categories: 18th Century; Social history; Gender and Women

Management development and succession in the electricity industry, 1948-98: executive men and non-executive women. Nisbet, Margaret L.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1998
     Index terms: Management, in the electricity industry; Women; Electricity industry
     Categories: Business history; Economic history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Merchant guilds in early modern Newcastle upon Tyne. Knox, Andrea E.
     M.Phil., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Coss, Peter R.; Cowan, Alexander F.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Newcastle upon Tyne, ??; Guilds; Merchants; Trade
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Modernisation, policy debate and organisation in the Labour party, 1951-64. Walling, Andrew D.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1964
     Index terms: Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

Music and authorship in England, 1575-1632. Elias, T.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1632
     Index terms: Authorship; Music
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Mutiny in the public eye: the role of newspapers in the Spithead mutiny. London, David W.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1797
     Index terms: Spithead mutiny; Press, newspaper; Mutiny
     Categories: 18th Century

Nature, mind and body in the age of mechanism. Arikha, Noga A.
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1730
     Index terms: Mechanism, age of; Mind; Body; Nature
     Categories: 18th Century

Nurses at University College Hospital, 1862-1948: from Christian vocation to secular profession. Likeman, Janet H.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.)
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1948
     Index terms: Nurses, Nursing; University College Hospital; London, University College Hospital; Health
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Parties, issues and personalities: the structural determinants of Irish voting behaviour, 1885-2000. King, Simon W.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–2000
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

People and parliament in Scotland, 1689-1702. Patrick, Derek
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1702
     Index terms: Parliament, Scottish; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Phrenology's nature and the spread of popular naturalism in Britain, c.1800-1850. van Wyhe, J.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Daunton, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Popular sports and celebrations in England, 1660-1850. Griffin, Emma
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1850
     Index terms: Celebration, popular; Sport
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Population in the parish of Awre: size, growth and structure, 1538-1811. Brimer, Patricia E.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1538–1811
     Index terms: Awre, Glos.; Parishes; Population

Problems of a garrison town: Windsor, 1815-55. Mitchell, Brigitte
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1855
     Index terms: Garrison towns; Towns; Windsor, Berks.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Propaganda and censorship: the underground royalist newsbooks, 1647-50. McElligott, G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1647–1650
     Index terms: Newsbooks, royalist; Censorship; Propaganda; Press, royalist
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Proper persons to deal with': identitication and attitudes of middling society in Manchester, c.1730-1760. Horner, Craig
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1760
     Index terms: Manchester, Lancs.; Middle classes; Class, social
     Categories: 18th Century

Public and private space in Canaletto's London: an examination of the artist's depiction of the city and its gardens. Hudson, Ferne O.
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1717–1768
     Index terms: Canaletto (1697-1768), artist; Art, Artists; London; Gardens
     Categories: 18th Century

Rebuilding bridges: Harold Macmillan and the restoration of the special relationship. Sereno, Victor
     M.Phil., Liverpool. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1963
     Index terms: Macmillan, Harold (1894-1986), 1st earl of Stockton, prime minister; Special relationship, with the U.S.A.; Churchill, Sir Winston (1874-1965), prime minister; United States of America, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

Recreational attitudes and activities of early modern English diarists, 1500-1700. McKay, Elaine A.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Diarists; Recreation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Recruiting the British army, 1807-15. Linch, Kevin B.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1807–1815
     Index terms: Recruitment, army; Army
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Religious culture and the idea of 'heresy' in 17th-century England. Nasu, Kei
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religious dissent in Scotland, 1637-89, with particular reference to Fife. Muir, Alison
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1637–1689
     Index terms: Fife, Scotland; Religious dissent, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Richard Smyth: stations in a life of opposition. Löwe, Jost A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.). Supervised by Rex, Richard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1563
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Robert Jameson, geology and polite culture, 1796-1826: a study of natural knowledge enquiry and civic sensibility in late Enlightenment Scotland. Hartley, Stuart D.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1796–1826
     Index terms: Scotland; Polite culture; Geology; Civic sensibility; Jameson, Robert (1774-1854), mineralogist; Enlightenment, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Samuel Johnson and 18th-century education. Dille, C.D.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1729–1804
     Index terms: Johnson, Samuel (1709-84), writer; Education
     Categories: 18th Century

Scottish and Irish landed society during the Cromwellian occupation. Menarry, David J.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1660
     Index terms: Landed society, Irish and Scottish; Scotland, and Ireland; Ireland, and Scotland; Cromwell, Oliver (1599-1658), Lord Protector
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Shoulder to shoulder?': Scottish and Irish land reformers in the Highlands of Scotland, 1878-90. Newby, Andrew G.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1890
     Index terms: Scotland, and Ireland; Ireland, and Scotland; Land reform, in Ireland and Scotland; Highlands, of Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sir John Seeley and his intellectual legacy: religion, imperialism and nationalism in Victorian and post-Victorian Britain. Worsley, David J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1914
     Index terms: Religion; Seeley, Sir John Robert (1834-95), historian and essayist; Imperialism; Nationalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Social and economic history of the parish of Penderyn, Breconshire, 1500-1851. Selwood, Ann
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1851
     Index terms: Parishes; Penderyn, Breconshire; Wales

Social change and social reform in Southwark, 1870-1930. Green, Brian E.
     M.Phil., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1930
     Index terms: London, Southwark; Social change; Southwark, see London; Social reform
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Some aspects of the experience of Carmarthenshire in the Great War. Barlow, Robin
     Ph.D., Wales. (Lampeter Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Wales; Carmarthenshire, Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Speaking relatively: a history of incest and the family in 18th-century England. Denbo, Seth J.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn K.; Wahrman, Dror
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th Century

Studies in the industrial history of the Ebbw Valley, 1780-1914. Elliott, John B.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1914
     Index terms: Ebbw Valley, Wales; Wales; Industry
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century; 20th Century

Symbolic representation on maps: the Ordnance Survey and windmills. Bignell, William
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Geog.). Supervised by Kain, Roger J.P.
     Chronological coverage: 1791–1990
     Categories: 19th Century

Tactical litigation and the ideology of the law in late Tudor and early Stuart Kent. Newill, Valerie
     Ph.D., Kent. (Canterbury Christ Church: Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1620
     Index terms: Kent; Litigation, tactical; Law
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Temperance and feminism in England, c.1790-1890: women's weapons - prayer, pen and platform. Doern, Kristin G.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1890
     Index terms: Feminists, Feminism; Women; Temperance
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Gender and Women; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century

Terror and terrorism: pleasure, violence and the aesthetic, 1757-1854. Turton, D.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1757–1854
     Index terms: Violence; Pleasure; Terrorism
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The 1/6th and 1/10th battalions of the King's (Liverpool) Regiment in the period of the First World War. McCartney, Helen B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: King's (Liverpool) Regiment, 1/6th and 1/10th battalions; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century

The administration of insanity in East London, 1800-70. Murphy, Elaine
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Porter, Roy S.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1870
     Index terms: Mental disorder; Public health, Public healthcare; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The administrative history of National Service in Britain, 1950-63. Fensome, Jason T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1963
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; National Health Service
     Categories: 20th Century

The aesthetics of class in post-war Britain. Long, Paul L.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Jacobs, Jonathan; Steedman, Carolyn K.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1999
     Categories: 20th Century

The age of Leonidas: the legend of Thermopylae in British political culture, 1737-1821. MacGregor-Morris, Ian
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1737–1821
     Index terms: Thermopylae, legend of; Leonidas (d. 480 B.C.), king of Sparta; Political culture
     Categories: Ancient History; 18th Century

The Anglican understanding of Nazism, and its influence on the history and memory of the Holocaust. Lawson, Thomas
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1998
     Categories: 20th Century

The art of hearing: English preachers and their audiences, 1590-1640. Hunt, A.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1590–1640
     Index terms: Preachers, Preaching
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The ascent of man: Henry Drummond and Free Kirk audiences in late Victorian Scotland. Scott, Anne E.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1901
     Index terms: Drummond, Henry (1786-1860), politician; Free Kirk, Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The best of all possible worlds? The ideology and practice of British Communism in the Cold War, 1953-61. Powell, Glyn W.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1961
     Index terms: Communists, Communism; Cold War
     Categories: 20th Century

The Blackloists, 1640-88: ecclesiastical, theological and intellectual authority in English Catholic polemic. Jordan, Ruth A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1688
     Index terms: Theological authority; Roman Catholic Church; Ecclesiastical authority; Intellectual authority; Blackloists; Polemic, Roman Catholic
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Catholic Church and the Celtic revival in Ireland, 1848-1916 . Collins, Kevin
     M.Phil., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1916
     Index terms: Celtic revival, in Ireland; Roman Catholic Church; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The civic government and economy of Elizabethan Canterbury. Durkin, Graham A.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Canterbury Christ Church: Hist.). Supervised by Hipkin, Stephen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The conduct and trial of Admiral Byng and its public reception. Cook, Michael
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Simon
     Chronological coverage: 1755–1757
     Categories: 18th Century

The context and development of the thoroughbred horse and horse racing in Yorkshire, c.1660-1800. Wilkinson, David J.
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Shiels, William J.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1800
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The cultures of Captain James Cook: a contextual examination of his voyages of discovery. Cooke, Jamie R.
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Higginson, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1768–1779
     Categories: 18th Century

The debate over the issue of statutory minimum wages, 1890s-1930s. Carter, Stuart
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1940
     Index terms: Employment; Minimum wage
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The debate over the revival of ancient Church music in Victorian England. Mager, Sibylle
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Church music
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The early modern demographic dynamic: celibates and celibacy in 17th-century England. Spicksley, Judith M.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Woodward, Donald M.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The education and employment of girls in Luton, 1874-1924: widening opportunities and lost freedoms. Allsopp, Anne
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.)
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1924
     Index terms: Luton, Beds.; Employment; Education; Girls, education of
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The end of British rule in South Arabia, 1959-67. MacLeod, Calum A.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1967
     Index terms: South Arabia, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The English folk music movement 1898-1914. Bearman, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1914
     Index terms: Folk music movement
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The establishment and initial development of a British airborne force, June 1940-January 1942. Buckingham, William F.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1942
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Airborne force
     Categories: 20th Century

The Fenian movement in Scotland, 1858-1916. O'Cathain, Mairtin
     D.Phil., Ulster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1916
     Index terms: Fenian movement, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The figure in the carpet: tracing the Turk on the early modern English stage, 1581-1642. Hutchings, Mark
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Drama). Supervised by White, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1581–1642
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The governance of Wolverhampton, 1848-88. Smith, John Butland
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1888
     Index terms: Wolverhampton; Local government; Towns
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The history and practice of dramaturgy in England, with special reference to the 19th and 20th centuries. Luckhurst, M.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Index terms: Dramaturgy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The history of the Child Action Policy Group, 1965-74. Kelly, Maria
     M.Litt., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1974
     Index terms: Child Action Policy Group
     Categories: 20th Century

The history of the ice cream industry in Britain. Matthews, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1990
     Index terms: Ice cream industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The influences of public school literature and culture on 19th- and early 20th-century concepts of adolescence. Holt, Jenny
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1920
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Irish militia, 1793-1802. Nelson, Ivan F.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1802
     Index terms: Militia, Irish; Ireland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The Japanese immigrant community in inter-war London: diversity and cohesion. Itoh, Keiko
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Migration, Japanese, to Britain; Japan, and Britain; London
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Keynesian-plus experiment: a study of social learning in the U.K. core executive, 1960-6. Pemberton, Hugh
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1966
     Index terms: Core executive; Keynesian economics
     Categories: 20th Century

The Labour party and nationalism from Attlee to Wilson, 1945-68: beyond the commanding heights. Tookey, Mark E.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1968
     Index terms: Wilson, Harold (1916-95), Baron Wilson of Rievaulx, prime minister; Attlee, Clement (1883-1967), 1st Earl Attlee, prime minister; Labour party; Nationalism
     Categories: 20th Century

The late Victorian Roman Catholic periodical press and attitudes to the 'problem of the poor'. Merrell, C.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Bedford)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1901
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Press, periodical, Roman Catholic; Poverty
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The life and thought of William Paley (1753-1805). Hitchin, Neil W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1773–1805
     Index terms: Paley, William (1753-1805)
     Categories: 18th Century

The life and work of Thomas Masterman Winterbottom M.D., 1766-1859. Menzies, S.W.S.
     M.Litt., Newcastle. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1786–1859
     Index terms: Winterbottom, Thomas Masterman (1766-1859), M.D.; Medicine
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The marriage and family strategies of James Butler, 1st duke of Ormonde, 1658-88. O'Keeffe, Eleanor A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1658–1688
     Index terms: Ormonde, 12th earl and 1st duke of, see Butler, James; Butler, James (1610-88), 12th earl and 1st duke of Ormonde; Marriage; Family
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The medical content of English almanacs, 1640-1700. Curth, Louise Hill
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Horden, J.N. Peregrine B.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1700
     Index terms: Almanacs; Medicine
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Mental Deficiency Acts, 1913-48: medical care, control and eugenics. Dale, Pamela L.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Melling, Joseph L.
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1948
     Categories: 20th Century

The M.E.W. and Britain's conduct of economic warfare, 1939-45. Cox, Nechama J.C.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: M.E.W., see Ministry of Economic Warfare; Ministry of Economic Warfare; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The office of coroner, 1860-1926: resistance, reluctance and reform. Prichard, Donald
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1926
     Index terms: Coroners
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The operational role of British Corps Command on the Western Front, 1914-18. Simpson, Andrew
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Western Front; British Corps Command; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century

The patronage of Scottish art in the 20th century. Morrison, Aileen
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Patronage, artistic, in Scotland; Scotland; Art, in Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

The peace movement in Sheffield, 1935-40. Stevenson, David A.
     Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1940
     Index terms: Sheffield, Yorks.; Peace movement
     Categories: 20th Century

The piano in London concert life, 1750-1800. Salwey, N.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800
     Index terms: Concerts, musical, in London; Piano; Music; London
     Categories: 18th Century

The place of reforming Cambridge in Alfred Marshall's construction of an economic organon, 1861-90. Cook, Simon J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1890
     Index terms: Economic thought; Marshall, Alfred (1842-1924), economist; Cambridge
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political and military career of Major-General J.E.B. Seely, 1868-1947. Cooper, Cathleen E.
     M.Phil., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Vinson, Adrian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1947
     Index terms: Seely,
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The politics of space: experienced, perceived and imagined space in early Stuart England. Parry, Ross D.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Sharpe, Kevin M.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1625
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The rationality of responses to technical change in British shipbuilding: the case of the fitting-out crane, 1862-1905. Newman, Brian
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1905
     Index terms: Industry; Technical change; Fitting-out crane; Shipbuilding
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The relationship between land ownership and the commercialization of agriculture in Angus, 1750-1820. Blair-Imrie, Hew
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1820
     Index terms: Angus, Scotland; Commercialization of agriculture; Agriculture; Land ownership; Scotland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The responses in north east England to the Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 1745. Oates, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1715–1745
     Index terms: Rebellions, Jacobite (1715 and 1745); Jacobites, Jacobitism
     Categories: 18th Century

The romantic image: the culture, heritage and iconography of Scotland in the 19th century. Forsyth, Emma S.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Maver, Irene E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'The speciall men in every shere': the Edwardian regime, 1547-53. Bryson, Alan
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Guy, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1547–1553
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The strange death of British Liberalism: the Liberal summer schools' movement and the making of the Yellow Book in the 1920s. Faulkes, Stewart C.
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1929
     Index terms: Liberal Summer Schools' Movement; Yellow Book; Liberals, Liberalism, Liberal party
     Categories: 20th Century

The women's liberation movement in in Britain, 1969-79: organisation, creativity and debate. Setch, Eve G.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1979
     Index terms: Women's liberation movement; Feminism
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

'This is the place for toil': neighbourhoods at work in the late Victorian Black Country. Cort, Larry E.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1901
     Index terms: Black Country; Neighbourhoods
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Timbertown girls: Gretna munitions workers, 1915-18. Brader, Chris
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1918
     Index terms: Munitions workers; Women; Gretna, Dumfriesshire; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

Transport developments in the Scottish Highlands in the early 19th century. Smith, John A.R.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: Scotland; Transport; Highlands, of Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Unselfish' desires: daughters of the Anglican clergy, 1830-1914. Yamaguchi, Midori
     Ph.D., Essex. (Soc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1914
     Index terms: Anglican Church, see Church of England; Women; Clergy, Anglican
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Violence and violent crime in the north east, 1650-1720. Bath, Joanna Z.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Boulton, Jeremy P.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1720
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Visions of Lakeland: tourism, preservation and the development of the Lake District, 1919-39. O'Neill, Clifford F.B.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Preservation, countryside; Tourism; Lake District
     Categories: 20th Century

Welsh Methodism and the international evangelical revival, 1735-50. Jones, David
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1735–1750
     Index terms: Evangelical Revival; Methodists, Methodism; Wales
     Categories: 18th Century

'With the women': the life and times of Julia Varley, 1871-1952, a trade union leader. Thurlow, Jessica B.
     M.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1891–1952
     Index terms: Varley, Julia (1871-1952), trade unionist; Trade unions; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women and evangelical religion in Kent and Northamptonshire, 1800-50. Phillips, Sibyl M.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 19th Century

Women's lives in a shipbuilding community: Irish Catholic Port Glasgow in the 1930s. Hagan, Hugh P.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Scotland; Glasgow; Roman Catholics; Shipbuilding; Women; Irish, in Scotland
     Categories: Local and regional history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Working-class life in Bradford, 1900-20: the philanthropic and political responses to working-class poverty, with particular reference to women and children. Cushlow, Fiona
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1920
     Index terms: Poverty; Philanthropy; Women; Working classes; Class, social; Children
     Categories: Gender and Women; Economic history; Local and regional history; Social history; 20th Century

Wrongful confinement and Victorian psychiatry, 1840-80. Homberger, Margaret A.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1880
     Index terms: Confinement, psychiatric; Mental health; Psychiatry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Ymlaen Llanelly: a study of sport in a Welsh industrial town. Rees, Nigel M.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Stead, Peter P.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Wales; Ymlaen Llanelly, Wales; Sport, in Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

2002

Accounting change in the Bank of Scotland, 1695-c.1970. Coutts, Stephanie L.
     Ph.D., Paisley. (Applied Soc. Stud.). Supervised by Walker, Stephen P.; McKinstry, Samuel
     Chronological coverage: 1695–1970

A history of the police in N. Wales, c.1840-2000. Birch, Henry K.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by O'Leary, Paul B.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–2000
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Albion's sisters: a study of trades directories and female economic participation in the mid 19th century. Foster, David
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Geog.). Supervised by Coles, Tim; Shaw, Gareth
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1860
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A national correspondence: Post Office reform and fictions of communication in 19th-century British culture. Thomas, Katie-Louise
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Eng.). Supervised by Flint, Kate
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An edition of the 'coucher book' and charters of Bolton Priory (Yorkshire). Legg, Katrina
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, David M.; Kershaw, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1155–1550
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

An environmental history of state forestry in Scotland, 1919-70. Oosthoek, K. Jan W.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Watson, Fiona J.; Peden, George C.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1970
     Categories: 20th Century

Anglo-Irish relations and the partition of Ireland. Reeves, Christopher
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Int. Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1972
     Categories: 20th Century

Anglo-Jewry and the refugee children, 1938-45. Hill, Paula
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1945
     Categories: 20th Century

An historical interpretation of The Anatomy of Melancholy". Gowland, A.M.T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Skinner, Quentin R.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1621–1621
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'A place of teaching and research': University College London and the origins of the research university in Britain, 1890-1914. Pendleton, Mark N.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by French, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A political biography of Alexander Raven Thomson. Pugh, Peter R.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Thurlow, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1947
     Categories: 20th Century

Appleton's architects: building the University of Edinburgh, 1949-65. Fenton, Clive Barr
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1965
     Categories: 20th Century

A regional road to revolution: religion, politics and society in S.W. Scotland, 1600-50. Adams, Sharon
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Goodare, Julian M.; Lynch, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1650
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Artisan naturalists: science as popular culture in 19th-century England. Secord, Penelope A.
     Ph.D., London. (Ext.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'As lated tongues bespoke': popular protest in south-east England, 1790-1840. Griffin, Carl J.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Geog.). Supervised by Glennie, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1840
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

A social history of the football manager, 1880-c.1966. Carter, Neil
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn K.; Mason, Tony
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1966
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of sociability in the N.E. of England, 1600-1750. King, Rebecca F.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Brooks, Christopher W.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1750
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Aspects of urban history of the Garw Valley, c.1870-1914. Price, Wyn
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Williams, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'A sun among cities': space, identities and queer male practices, London, 1918-57. Houlbrook, Matthew
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Crossick, Geoffrey J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1957
     Categories: 20th Century

Attitudes to investment risk amongst West Midland canal and railway company investors, 1700-1850. Hudson, Sarah
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Finn, Margot; Richardson, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1850
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Auxiliary forces for the land defence of Great Britain, 1909-19. Mitchinson, K. William
     Ph.D., Luton. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, Ian F.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1919
     Categories: 20th Century

Behind the thin black line: Leslie Illingworth and the political cartoonist in wartime. Bryant, Mark
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Welch, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Categories: 20th Century

'Between work and sleep': leisure and civil society in inter-war Britain. Grand, Philippa
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

British amateur astronomers in the second half of the 19th century. Craine, Ashton
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Chant, Colin W.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

British economic and social planning, 1959-70. O'Hara, Glen S.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Burk, Kathleen M.
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1970
     Categories: 20th Century

British government strategy in Northern Ireland, 1969-98: an evolutionary analysis. Neumann, Peter
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1998
     Index terms: Northern Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

British intelligence on Japanese expansionism and military capabilities during the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific. Ford, Douglas
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Best, Antony M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Expansionism, Japanese; World War II (1939-45); Intelligence, British; Japan, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British policy in Bengal, 1939-1945. De, Bikramjit
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Raychaudhuri, T.; Brown, Judith M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Case studies in British management, public and business sectors 1900-present: an analysis of internal and external management. McTavish, Duncan
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Slaven, Anthony; Ross, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Categories: 20th Century

Catering personnel on British passenger liners, 1860-1935. Mäenpää, Sari
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Jarvis, Adrian; Milne, Graeme J.; Lee, W. Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1935
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Character, controversy and community: Anglo-Catholic churches and the working classes in South-East Birmingham, 1865-1939. Wasey, Kim
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Theol.). Supervised by McLeod, D. Hugh
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Children of the nation? A study of the health and well-being of Oxfordshire children, 1891-1939. Field, Katherine H.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pelling, Margaret H.; Tiller, Kate
     Chronological coverage: 1891–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Chinese influence on English gardens and architecture, 1700-1860. Bertram, Aldous
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Watkin, David
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1860
     Index terms: Gardens, Gardening, Chinese influence on; Architecture, Chinese influence on
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

Citizenship or belonging? Immigration and the politics of population: Britain, 1948-68. Hampshire, J.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1968
     Index terms: Population; Migration, to Britain; Citizenship
     Categories: 20th Century

Collaborators and dissidents: aspects of British literary publishing in the First World War, 1914-19. Gassert, I.L.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1919
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Publishing
     Categories: 20th Century

Commerce and finance in English graphic satire, c.1720-c.1783. Stewart, E. McA.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, A.J. Boyd
     Chronological coverage: 1720–1783
     Categories: 18th Century

Community study of an E. Yorkshire parish (Weaverthorpe) in the 18th and 19th centuries. Lawler, Jennifer
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Conflict and assimilation: the Irish communities in Bolton and Preston, 1840-1914. Holding, David
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Kirk, Neville
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Congregational connexionalism: a study of General Baptists and their successors in Derbyshire, 1750-1914. Wombwell, Margaret J.
     M.Phil., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Binfield, J. Clyde G.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1914
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Consent and the caesarean sections, c.1930-1965. Morgan, Julie
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marland, M. Hilary
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1965
     Categories: 20th Century

Conservatism and society: aspects of government policy, 1924-9. Haunton, Melinda A.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Turner, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1929
     Categories: 20th Century

Conservative women, the Conservative party and the campaign for women's suffrage, 1867-1914. Auchterlonie, Mitzi M.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thorpe, Andrew J.; Coleman, Bruce I.
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1914
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Consumer and consumption, 1650-1750: a study of household goods and the middling sort in S. Westmorland and Furness. McGhie, Linda
     M.Phil., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Leach, Peter; Caunce, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1750
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Co-operation between the British Army and the Royal Air Force in south-east Asia, 1941-5. Williamson, Arthur C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Towle, Philip A.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Croome Park: tracing the vision of Capability Brown. Jeffray, Shirley
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Lowry, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1751–1751
     Categories: 18th Century

Crops and contracts: land tenure in England, c.1700-1850. Stead, David R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Humphries, K.J.; Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1850
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Debating gender: approaches to femininity and masculinity in the popular national daily press in inter-war Britain. Bingham, Adrian C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Howarth, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

Derby porcelain and the early English fine ceramic industry, c.1750-1830. Anderson, Judith A.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Palmer, Marilyn
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1830
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Developing indigenous and European knowledge: the vernacular education movement and neo-orientalism in the Punjab, 1849-70. Diamond, Jeffrey M.
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist. of S. Asia). Supervised by Powell, Avril A.
     Chronological coverage: 1849–1870
     Index terms: Education, in India; Colonial and imperial policy and administration, in India; India; Punjab; Missions, Christian, in India
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

Dissent and dissenters in early modern Berkshire. Brod, Manfred
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Holmes, Clive A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Early 18th-century 'polite' ideals in British and Irish periodicals, from the Tatler to the Universal Spectator. Driscoll, P.M.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1720
     Categories: 18th Century

Economy to amenity: the commons of the New Forest and Ashdown Forest, 1851-1939. Phelan, Lara J.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Howkins, Alun John
     Chronological coverage: 1851–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Educational welfare policy and opportunity for working-class children, 1919-39: a study of Preston and district. Hughes, David
     M.Phil., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Kinealy, Christine; Levitt, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

Electoral politics and social change in Northampton, 1727-74. Insull, David
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1727–1774
     Categories: 18th Century

Electoral politics in Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1832-85. Wickham, Michael J.
     M.Phil., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Heesom, Alan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1885
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Empire, nationalism and Fabianism in the thought of John S. Furnivall. Pham, H.-J.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Harper, Timothy N.
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1960
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

English attitudes and perceptions towards colonial endeavour, c.1600-1660. Hanson, Julie
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Greengrass, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1660
     Index terms: Colonizing
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

English Restoration monarchy in the 18th century. Gifford, Gregory D.W.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th Century

Envisioning the unseen universe: models of the ether in the 19th century. Haley, C.D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Universe, models of; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Erotic literature in 17th-century England. Toulalan, Sarah D.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Roper, Lyndal A.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Fabricating radicalism: Ephraim Pagitt and 17th-century heresiology. Dyton, S.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Burrow, C.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Family at work: rural manufacturing households in 16th- and 17th-century England. Kim, H.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Muldrew, J. Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Female domestic service in late Victorian Chester, 1871-1901. Perry, Jacqueline
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Chester Coll.: Victorian Stud.). Supervised by Belchem, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1901
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Female sexuality in 18th-century erotica. Peakman, Julie
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Porter, Roy S
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Gender
     Categories: 18th Century

'For a decent order in the church': ceremony, culture and community in an early Stuart diocese. Abraham, Peter L.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Burgess, P. Glenn
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1635
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Forgery and criminal law reform in England, 1818-30. Handler, P.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Law). Supervised by Cornish, W.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1818–1830
     Index terms: Criminal law; Crime; Forgery
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Forgotten geographies: spaces of black women's identity in late 19th-century London. Bressey, Tanya C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.). Supervised by Dwyer, Claire; Dennis, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Categories: Population; Cultural history; Gender and Women; Local and regional history; 18th-19th Century

'For the safte and preservatioun of the toun': plague and the poor in early modern Aberdeen. Jillings, Karen A.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Naphy, William G.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

From emergence to extinction: the geography of poliomyelitis, 1850-2000. Nettleton, C.H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–2000
     Index terms: Poliomyelitis; Public health
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Gender and homicide in early modern England. McMahon, Vanessa
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Champion, Justin A.I.; Gowing, Laura
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Gentlemen's seats of Strathearn, 1660-1760. Weymss, Charles
     M.Phil., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by McKean, Charles A.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Georgian monarchical culture in England, 1714-60. Smith, H.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Goldie, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1714–1760
     Categories: 18th Century

Giving from afar: the crisis of child support in post-war Great Britain. Leach, Bryan Wykoff
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Categories: 20th Century

Growing up in working-class London between the wars. Giles, William F.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Cunningham, Hugh C.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Working classes; Class, social; London
     Categories: 20th Century

Gypsy identity, 'racial improvement' and evangelical reform in early 19th-century Britain. Coffin, J.D.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1820
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Health and welfare of mothers and infants: Worcestershire, 1890-1948. Porter, Judith
     M.Phil., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.). Supervised by Marland, Hilary; Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1948
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Henry Fitzalan, 12th earl of Arundel: politics and culture in the mid Tudor nobility. Boyle, Andrew L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gunn, Steven J.
     Chronological coverage: 1531–1580
     Index terms: Fitzalan, Henry (c.1511-1580), 12th earl of Arundel
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Highland politics, 1625-43. Theiss, Sherrilynn D.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1643
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

History of foot and mouth disease, 19th and 20th century. Woods, Abigail
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1999
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History of insanity in British India. Kapila, Shruti
     M.Phil., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist. of S. Asia). Supervised by Arnold, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1947
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

History of the Manchester Medical School. Valier, Helen
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1903–1995
     Categories: 20th Century

Honour in the age of Walpole, 1730-42. Hardcastle, K.L.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1742
     Categories: 18th Century

Images of peace in Britain, from the late 19th century to the Second World War. Glover, Margaret
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Malvern, Susan B.; Twyman, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1939
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Peace, images of
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Imagining Britain: heroism and the mediation of nationhood in the 18th century. Adams, Matthew
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Colin; Steadman, Carolyn
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th Century

Inequality in 19th-century welfare provision: a study of access to and quality of institutional medical care for the elderly in England. Edwards, Claudia
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Johnson, Paul A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Elderly, medical care of; Public health; Medical care; Welfare provision
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Intercepting infection: quarantine, the Port Sanitary Authority and immigration in late 19th- and early 20th-century Britain. Maglen, Krista
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Dupree, Marguerite W.; Crowther, M. Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'In the newest manner': the economy and society of Devizes, Wiltshire, 1760-1820. Haycock, Lorna
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Thomas, James H.
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1820
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Investigating character in England, c.1880-1914. Roberts, Nathan
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Rose, Michael E.
     Chronological coverage: 1884–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Ireland, India and the Lloyd George coalition, 1918-22. Geddes, T.A.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan S.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1922
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Irish migrant identity in Yorkshire and Lancashire, 1815-45. Langstaff, Mariclaire
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Robert J.; Duffield, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1845
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Irish separatism, 1882-1914. Kelly, Matthew J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Foster, Robert F. (Roy)
     Chronological coverage: 1882–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Jewish immigration into Britain after 1945. Kelly, Sean
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Moore, Robert; Holmes, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1999
     Categories: 20th Century

John Caryll and the context of English Catholic Jacobitism, 1679-1711. Glickman, G.N.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Goldie, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1679–1711
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Labour's attitudes to social reform, 1900-14. Benson, Dennis
     M.Phil., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Pratt, Alan; Levitt, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Categories: 20th Century

Land tenure in the East Riding of Yorkshire, c.1730-1925. Craven, Martin
     Ph.D., Hull. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Turner, Michael E.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1925
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Local government film censorship: the control of film exhibition in England and Wales, 1909-39. Lewis, Sian
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Lowe, Rodney
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

Locality and community in the Whaley Bridge district, 1800-1945. Craig, Linda
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Lawrence, Jon M.; Lewis, Christopher P.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1945
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Loss of innocence': the emotional transition from civilian to soldier in the First World War. Moore-Bick, C.J.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Martland, S. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century

Lost souls in the House of Restoration? British ex-servicemen and war disability pensions, 1914-30. Bettinson, Helen
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Cooter, Roger J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1930
     Categories: 20th Century

Lying-in in Liverpool: a social history of the development of Liverpool's maternity services, with particular reference to provisions for poor women, 1902-48. Latham, Emma
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Edge Hill Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Spalding, Roger H.; Feehan, Laurie J.
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1948
     Categories: Local history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Making women magistrates: feminism, citizenship and justice in England and Wales, 1918-50. Logan, Anne
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.). Supervised by Ryan, Mick; John, Angela V.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1950
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

'Marry - stitch - die, or do worse'? Female self-employment and small business proprietorship in London, c.1740-1880. Parkinson, Alison C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Humphries, K. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1880
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Medicines for London: the trade, regulation and lifecycle of London apothecaries, c.1610-c.1670. Wallis, Patrick H.J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pelling, Margaret H.
     Chronological coverage: 1610–1670
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Middle-class women and horticultural education, 1890-1939. Meredith, Anne M.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Howkins, Alun John
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1939
     Categories: Environmental history; Education; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Mobilizing traditions in the animal defence movement in Britain, 1820-1920. Li, Chien-Hui
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Alastair J.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1920
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Negotiating class: East London cultural projects in the 'making of a working class', 1870-1914. Finn, M.T.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Jones, Gareth Stedman
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Networks of creativity: a study on scientific achievement in British physiology, c.1881-1945. O'Sullivan, A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1945
     Index terms: Physiology; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

On the edge of 'savagery': the anatomy of a community on the Highland-Lowland divide, c.1600-1800. Johnston-Smith, Douglas-James
     M.Phil., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by MacGregor, Martin D.W.; Driscoll, Stephen T.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1800
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Orkney and Shetland, 1870-1914. Tindley, Anne Marie
     M.Sc., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Oxford Jackson: architecture, education, status and style, 1835-1924. Whyte, William H.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Crook, Joseph Mordaunt; Garnett, E. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1924
     Index terms: Jackson, Sir Thomas Graham (1835-1924), 1st bart.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Pictorial representations in the 18th-century women's periodical, The Lady's Magazine. Jones, K.L.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1800
     Categories: Gender and Women; Intellectual history; Political history; 18th Century

Political change in N.W. Wales, 1960-75: the decline of the Labour party and the rise of Plaid Cymru. Edwards, Andrew C.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist.). Supervised by Jones, R. Merfyn; Tanner, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1997
     Categories: 20th Century

Popular perceptions of Scottishness, 1780-1850. Iwazumi, Kino
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Robert J.; Morton, Graeme
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Print in provincial England: Reading and Northampton, c.1720-1800. Jackson, Ian P.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Raven, James R.
     Chronological coverage: 1720–1800
     Categories: 18th Century

Professional football and its supporters in the North-West of England, 1946-85. Mellor, Gavin
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Russell, David C.; Pope, Rex
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1985
     Categories: 20th Century

Progress in the parish: colliery development and local government in the Doncaster coalfield, 1905-15. Oakley, Gillian C.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Whiting, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1915
     Categories: 20th Century

Puritanism and the emergence of Laudianism in city politics in Norwich, c.1570-1643. Reynolds, Matthew R.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Fincham, Kenneth C.
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1643
     Index terms: Norwich, Norf.; Laudianism; Puritans, Puritanism; City politics, in Norwich
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Putting plants in their place: Hooker's philosophical botany, 1838-65. Endersby, J.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1865
     Index terms: Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton (1817-1911), botanist; Botany
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Really useful knowledge and the politics of education, with reference to the working-class press, 1848-70. Flett, Keith M.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Dean, Dennis W.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1870
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Saints and malignants: aspects of change in the religious life of two midland counties, Derbyshire and Leicestershire, during the Civil War and Commonwealth. Joyce, Susan
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Sheils, William
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Satirical journalism in London, 1815-21. Wilson, B.K.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Daunton, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1821
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Seat-votes relationships in British general elections, 1955-97. Blau, A.D.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1997
     Index terms: Politics, partliamentary; General elections
     Categories: 20th Century

Self-effacing agents: women and the pamphlet culture of revolutionary England, 1640-60. Nevitt, Marcus
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Owen, Susan J.; Greengrass, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Political history; 16th-17th Century

Serial journalism and the transformation of English graphic satire, 1830-6. Pound, Richard J.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Art). Supervised by Bindman, David; Gretton, Thomas H.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1836
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Settlers' men' or policemen? The ambiguities of 'colonial' policing, 1945-80. Sinclair, Georgina
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Murphy, Philip V.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1980
     Categories: 20th Century

Socialist Darwinism: the response of the Left to Darwinian evolutionary theory, 1880-1905. Ogilvie, Caroline
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Claeys, Gregory R.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1905
     Index terms: Wallace, Alfred Russell (1823-1913); Land Nationalization Society
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Some aspects of Roman Catholic service in the land forces of the British Crown, c.1750-c.1820. Fontana, Velmo J.L.
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Thomas, James H.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1820
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

State financial provision for the elderly, 1908-48, with special reference to Northamptonshire. Adams, John
     M.Phil., Leicester. (Northampton: Hist.). Supervised by Bartrip, Peter W.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1908–1948
     Categories: 20th Century

'State of nature or Eden'? Thomas Hobbes and his contemporaries on the natural condition of human beings. Thornton, Helen C.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Burgess, P. Glenn
     Chronological coverage: 1608–1679
     Index terms: Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1679); Political thought
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Stephen Gardiner and the origins of Erastian Catholicism, c.1528-1547. Austen, James F.
     M.A., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1528–1547
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Studies in Ben Jonson's reception, 1780-1850. Lockwood, T.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Index terms: Jonson, Ben (1572-1637), writer
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Teachers and football: the origins, development and influence of schoolboy Football Associations in London, 1885-1915. Kerrigan, Columba J.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Crook, David R.; Aldrich, Richard E.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1915
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Anglo-Japanese alliance in the English Japanese press, c.1900-1904. Monti, E.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Trebilcock, R. Clive
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1904
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Baptist Church from 1600. Wright, Stephen J.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Wooding, Lucy
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1996

The British empire and international students at the university of Edinburgh, 1880-1914. Wotherspoon, Ian
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Rothwell, Victor; Barron, Thomas J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The British Museum: the cultural politics of a national institution. Kehoe, Elisabeth S.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.)
     Chronological coverage: 1753–2000
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century; 20th Century;

The British occupation of Indonesia, 1945-6. McMillan, Richard
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stockwell, Anthony J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1946
     Index terms: Indonesia; SEAC; South-East Asia Command; Foreign policy
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Cabinet committee system and the development of British colonial policy, 1951-64. Finlayson, John
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Hartley, O.A.; Whiting, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1964
     Categories: 20th Century

The campaign for equal pay in teaching and the Civil Service, 1918-55. Taylor, Katherine
     M.Phil., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hinton, James S.; Steedman, Carolyn K.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1955
     Categories: 20th Century

The care of country churches in Herefordshire, c.1662-1752, with special reference to the archdeaconry of Hereford and the capitular peculiars. Paul, Elizabeth D.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Phythian-Adams, C.V.
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1752
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The character of an independent whig: a study of the work of John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon, including a comparative analysis of the social and political thought of Bernard Mandeville. Mitchell, Annie C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Rosen, Fred
     Chronological coverage: 1720–1723
     Categories: 18th Century

The Church defence problem in Conservative politics, 1843-51. Chung, Heera
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, A.J. Boyd
     Chronological coverage: 1843–1851
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The clan Glengarry in the 17th and 18th centuries. Curry, Lisa
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Mullett, Michael A.; Evans, Eric J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1800
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The construction of artistic masculinity in James McNeill Whistler, Walter Sickert and Wyndham Lewis, c. 1880-1914. Shirland, Jonathan C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Art). Supervised by Corbett, David Peter; Hemingway, Andrew F.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The contribution of the religious orders to education in Glasgow, 1847-1918. O'Hagan, Francis J.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by McPhee, A.
     Chronological coverage: 1847–1918
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of occupational therapy in Scotland, 1900-60. Paterson, Catherine F.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, David F.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of the city of Glasgow police, c.1800-1939. Goldsmith, Alistair L.
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Fraser, W. Hamish
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the silk industry in Hertfordshire in the Industrial Revolution. Jennings, Sheila
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hum.). Supervised by Goose, Nigel R.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1850
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, 1603-43. Cahill, Michael
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Capp, Bernard S.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1643
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Early English Text Society in the 19th century: a chapter in the history of the editing of Middle English texts. Singleton, A.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Middle English; Early English Text Society; Publishing
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The early political career of Sir James Craig, 1903-14. Daly, Terence
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Jeffrey, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1903–1914
     Categories: 20th Century

The East India Company and John and Nathaniel Chomley, diamond merchants, 1664-93: Yorkshire connections with global expansion. Bowden, Rosalind
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Simon; Walvin, James
     Chronological coverage: 1664–1693
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The education of the blind, 1880s-1920s. Payne, Lyn
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Sanderson, J. Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The formation and pursuit of British interests in S.E. Asia under the Attlee government. Jung, Young-Joo
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Charles; Mitter, Rana
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1951
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Freewoman: feminism and individualism in the early 20th century. Delap, Lucy M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Thom, Deborah
     Chronological coverage: 1901–1914
     Categories: 20th Century

The gendering of space in early modern Essex, c.1580-1720. Flather, Amanda J.
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Walter, John D.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1720
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The government of the eye: light technology, liberalism and the Victorian city, 1840-1900. Otter, Christopher
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Joyce, Patrick J.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Greek tradition in early modern republican thought. Nelson, E.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Skinner, Quentin R.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The impact of globalization on Muslims in Britain. Ameli Renani, Said Raza
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Ansari, Humayun
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1997
     Index terms: Globalization; Muslims, in Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

The impact of the American evangelists, Moody and Sankey, on Scotland, 1873-4. Thomson, Elizabeth P.
     M.Phil., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Machin, G. Ian T.
     Chronological coverage: 1873–1874
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The impact of the rundown and privatization of Portsmouth royal dockyard since 1945. Pritchard, Gordon
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Lunn, Kenneth J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1997
     Categories: 20th Century

The 'independent man' in English political culture, 1760-1832. McCormack, Matthew
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Gorman, Francis
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1832
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The institution of police in Britain, c.1750-1856: a study in historical governmentality. Dodsworth, Francis
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Joyce, Patrick J.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1856
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The integration of residential institutions into their local urban arenas: Lancaster, c.1810-1885. Johnson, Samuel
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Constantine, Stephen; Winstanley, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1810–1885
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The intellectual framework of voluntary social service, c.1940-1960. Jenkins, S. John
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Daunton, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

The intellectural framework of voluntary social service, c.1940-60. Jenkins, S. John
      London. (U.C. Hist). Supervised by Daunton, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

The internal combustion engine and British working-class mobility. Carr, Tony
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Chant, Colin W.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1990
     Categories: 20th Century

The Irish in north-east Wales, 1851-81. Jones, Peter
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Chester Coll.: Victorian Stud.). Supervised by Malcolm, Elizabeth; Swift, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1851–1881
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Isle of Axholme, c.1540-c.1660. Fleet, Peter
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, John V.; Marcombe, David
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1660
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The language of Conservatism in Lancashire between the wars: a study of Ashton-under-Lyne, Chorley, Clitheroe, Royton and South Salford. Dearling, James
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Vernon, N. James
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

The language of occupation: Guernsey, 1940-5. Evans, Alice
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Categories: 20th Century

The Layburnes and their world, c.1620-1720: the English Catholic community and the House of Stuart. Wright, F. Alison
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Lenman, Bruce P.
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1720
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The life and ambition of the 4th earl of Lennox in Scotland and England, 1516-71. Macauley, S.J.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Alford, Stephen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1571
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The life and works of Bishop Francis Hutchinson, writer on witchcraft. Sneddon, Andrew
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (St. Martin's Coll.: Hist.). Supervised by Poole, Robert J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1739
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The liturgical vision of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin. Powell, Christabel J.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1852
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The making of Ruskin's radical reputation. Cockram, Gill G.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Claeys, Gregory R.
     Chronological coverage: 1839–1900
     Index terms: Ruskin, John (1819-1900)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The military functions of the office of lord lieutenant, 1585-1603, with special emphasis on Lord Burghley. Williams, W. Keith
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Hartley, T.E.
     Chronological coverage: 1585–1603
     Index terms: Cecil, William (1520-98), 1st Baron Burghley; Burghley, 1st Baron, see Cecil, William
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The origins and history of the special adviser with particular reference to the 1964-70 Wilson administration. Blick, Andrew
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1970
     Categories: 20th Century

The party avent and English electoral culture, c.1880-c.1906. Rix, Kathryn S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Parry, Jonathan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1906
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political making of the New Model Army, 1644-7. Catemario, Gabriella
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Miller, John L.
     Chronological coverage: 1644–1647
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The political works of John Lesley, bishop of Ross (1527-96). Beckett, Margaret J.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Mason, Roger A.
     Chronological coverage: 1547–1596
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of autism: a case study in 20th-century mental health science and policy. Skotko, Anna
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Categories: 20th Century

The Popish Plot and Catholic martyrology, 1678-1930. Lee, O.W.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Goldie, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1678–1930

The property of all: public access to scientific education in 19th-century Ireland. Leaney, Enda C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Bennett, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The puerperal fever controversies: a study of 'Enlightenment science' in British medicine, 1760-1850. Hallett, Christine
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Pullan, Brian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1850
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The question of identity within the Anglo-Jewish elite, 1918-45. England, Susan P.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1945
     Index terms: Monasteries, Monasticism, Monastic houses, in Greece; Athos, Mount, Greece; Russia; Skete, Elijah (20th cent.), prophet
     Categories: 20th Century

The 'rediscovery' of Botticelli in the 19th and 20th centuries. Steyger, Alexandra
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Richmond, Colin F.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Reformation in English Reformation drama. Leininger, J.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.). Supervised by Rex, Richard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1600
     Index terms: Drama, Reformation; Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The relationship between religious thought and the theory and practice of church music in England, 1603-c.1640. Webster, Peter
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Brown, Alan; Milton, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1640
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The religious history of Jersey, 1558-1640. Evans, H.M.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.). Supervised by Rex, Richard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1640
     Index terms: Religion, in Jersey; Jersey
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The role of design in the Lancashire cotton industry, 1918-39. Launert, Frederika
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Boydell, Christine E.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Lancashire; Cotton industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The role of Joseph Priestley as an educationalist in the 18th century. Rose, Norman F.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Educ.). Supervised by Watts, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1753–1800
     Categories: 18th Century

The role of Lancashire coroners in the 19th century. Glasgow, Gordon
     M.Phil., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Burney, Ian A.; Vernon, N. James
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of 'national defence' in British politics, 1795-1805. Faulkner, J.S.M.J.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1795–1805
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The sales of confiscated properties after the English Civil War in five counties. Gladwish, P.N.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1660
     Index terms: Property, confiscation of; Civil War (1642-60)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Scottish parliament in the Restoration era, 1660-81. Macintosh, Gillian H.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Brown, Keith M.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1681
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The social and political activity of the Cadbury family: a study in manipulative capitalism. Dowd, Kevin
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Educ.). Supervised by Lowe, Roy A.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1940
     Categories: 20th Century

The Social Democratic Federation and the revival of socialism in Britain in the 1880s. Owen, J.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1890
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Spalding Gentlemen's Society: the communication of science in the East Midlands of England, 1710-60. Honeybone, Michael
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Goodman, David C.; Russell, Colin A.
     Chronological coverage: 1710–1760
     Categories: 18th Century

The spatial ordering of community in English church seating plans, c.1550-1700. Wright, Catherine T.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Capp, Bernard S.; Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The state, the public and the trials of Adolf Beck, 1895-1904. Gilpin, R. Blakeslee
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1904
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The strange death of Labour England: collective provision and social cohesion in Southwark, 1950-2000. Carter, H. Harold J.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000
     Categories: 20th Century

The strike for the People's Charter in 1842. Smith, Anthony D.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Howe, Anthony C.
     Chronological coverage: 1842–1842
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The supply and utilization of vernacular building timber in the rural Sussex Weald, 1500-1800. Kirk, Jayne C.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Short, Brian M.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1800

The teaching of mathematics in England and Wales during the early years of the Schools Council, 1964-75. Breakell, John
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.)
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1975
     Index terms: Wales, and England; Teaching; Education; Mathematics; Schools Council
     Categories: 20th Century

The theology of violence: just war, regicide and the end of time in the English Revolution. Bell, Mark R.M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Heal, Felicity M.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The township of Stannington, S. Yorkshire, 1660-1900. Hatfield, Julia
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Adult Cont. Educ.). Supervised by Hey, David G.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1900
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The trials and tribulations of Levy Emanuel Cohen, editor of the Brighton Guardian, 1827-60. Book, Leonard
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Lowerson, John R.
     Chronological coverage: 1827–1860
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The United Front and the Popular Front in the North-East of England, 1936-9. Mates, Lewis H.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Hugman, Joan
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Categories: 20th Century

The unwelcome bridle: Peter Martyr Vermigli, the doctrine of the Church and the English Reformation. Ackroyd, Peter M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1562
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The vegetarian movement in Britain, c.1840-1901: a study of its development, personnel and wider connections. Gregory, James R.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Rule, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1890
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'To begin the world anew': Arthur Dobbs (1689-1765), political economy and patronage. McKay, Joanne
     M.Phil., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Ickringill, Stephen J.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1709–1765
     Categories: 18th Century

Toolmakers and craft structure in the British engineering industry, 1921-41. Saito, Kentaro
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Alastair J.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1941
     Index terms: Engineering industry; Toolmaking
     Categories: 20th Century

'Very deeply dyed in the black': the resurrection of British fascism, 1940-53. Macklin, Graham D.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Thurlow, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1953
     Categories: 20th Century

Victorian feminism and 'fallen' women: the campaign to repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts in Britain, 1869-86. Lee, Sung-Sook
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Lowerson, John R.; Oldfield, Anne S.
     Chronological coverage: 1869–1886
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; Medicine; 18th-19th Century

Voices raised in Cheltenham: personal and institutional perspectives on St. Mary's College, 1930-70. Mathie, Ann E.
     Ph.D., Gloucestershire. (Hist.). Supervised by Ilic, Melanie J.; Fuller, Mary; More, Charles R.V.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1970
     Categories: 20th Century

War and aftermath: British cinema and society in the late 1940s. Guy, Stephen N.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Ramsden, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1950
     Categories: 20th Century

'Wealth makes worship': attitudes to joint stock enterprise in British law, politics and culture, c.1800-c.1870. Taylor, James C.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Cunningham, Hugh St.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1870
     Index terms: Joint stock enterprise; Commerce
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

What the campaigns to rpeal the Contagious Diseases Acts revealed about men's and women's relationships at the end of the 19th century. Cencig, D.V.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Hirsch, Pam
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; Social history; 18th-19th Century

'When I am in Good Habitt': clothes in English culture, c.1550-c.1670. Vincent, Susan J.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1670
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Will Crooks, M.P., Labour pioneer: Poplar to Woolwich, 1889-1911. Tyler, Paul
     Ph.D., London Metropolitan. (Hum., Arts & Lang.). Supervised by Quinault, Roland E.; Judd, Denis O.
     Chronological coverage: 1889–1911
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

"Woman's mission": the temperance and women's suffrage movements in Scotland, c.1870-1914. Smitley, Megan K.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Gordon, Eleanor J.; Abrams, Lynn C.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; Social history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women and the Great Western Railway, with special reference to Swindon Works. Matheson, Rosa
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Channon, Geoffrey; Hannam, June B.
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1921
     Categories: Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women in the Rhondda Valleys, c.1870-1939. Snook, Lisa J.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1939
     Index terms: Rhondda Valleys, Wales; Women, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century; 20th Century

Women's experiences at Royal Holloway, 1939-59. Kirk, Elizabeth L.
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Vickery, Amanda
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1959
     Categories: 20th Century; Local history; Gender and Women

Women's networks in northern England, 1600-1725. Baxter, Paula
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Rushton, Peter; Richards, Jennifer T.; Cowan, Alexander F.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1725
     Index terms: Networks, female; Women
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 17th Century; 18th Century

Working-class education and illiteracy in Leicester, 1780-1870. Brown, Elaine
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1870
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

World press reaction to the 1916 Irish rebellion. Williams, J. David
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Anderson, Michael; Edwards, Owen Dudley
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1916
     Index terms: Press, newspaper; Easter rising (1916); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

2003

'A certain tickling humour': English travellers, 1560-1660. Ghazvinian, John H.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Heal, Felicity M.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1660
     Index terms: Travellers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A cultural history of social dance among the upper ranks in 18th-century England. Tardif, A.-I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Burke, U. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Upper classes; Class, social; Dance, social
     Categories: 18th Century

A field of practice or a mere house of detention? The asylum and its integration, with special reference to the county asylums of Yorkshire, c.1844-1888. Ellis, Robert J.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Taylor, David
     Chronological coverage: 1844–1888
     Index terms: Public health; Mental health care; Asylums; Yorkshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A history of British illustrated children's books and book production during the Second World War. Eve, Matthew J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Beech, R.E.; Kemp, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Children's literature; Literature, children's illustrated; World War II (1939-45); Publishing
     Categories: 20th Century

A history of Catholicism in the Furness peninsula, 1127-1997. Parkinson, Anne C.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Mullett, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1127–1997
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Furness peninsula

Always with us? The evolution of poverty in Britain, 1886-2002. Webb, O.J.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1886–2002
     Index terms: Poverty
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A military, political and social history of the Jewish Legion. Watts, Martin
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Waites, Bernard
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1920
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Jewish Legion
     Categories: 20th Century

An experiential investigation of working-class women's perceptions as users, providers and mediators of health care, 1948-79. Matthews, Julie
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Lubelska, Catherine E.; Webster, Wendy
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1979
     Index terms: Women; Working classes; Class, social; Public health
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

An historical and theological analysis of the role of the holy spirit in preaching in English Protestant writings in Britain, 1945-2000. Kim, Sung Tae
     Ph.D., Wales (Lampeter).
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Protestant writings; Preaching, Protestant; Holy Spirit; Theology, Protestant; Preaching, Protestant
     Categories: 20th Century

An imaginative response to the railways: British railway cartoons and modernity, c.1900-39. Esbester, Michael
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Harrington, Ralph
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Cartoons; Railways
     Categories: 20th Century

Application on the table: the second British application to the European Communities, 1967-70. Pine, Melissa
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1970
     Index terms: European Community, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

A reappraisal of early modern Chester through a reading of the city's antiquarian collections. Wood, Elizabeth M.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Antiquarian collections; Chester
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A.R. Orage: the politics of The New Age magazine. Matthews, Ian
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Porter, Dorothy E.; Feldman, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1922
     Index terms: The New Age magazine; Orage, Alfred Richard (1873-1934); Press, periodical
     Categories: 20th Century

Artisans and the city: a social history of Bristol's shoemakers and tailors, 1770-1880. Davies, Julian P.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Reid, Kirsty M.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1880
     Index terms: Tailors, in Bristol; Shoemakers, in Bristol; Bristol
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

A Scot of the Antarctic: the reception and commemoration of William Speirs Bruce. Keighren, Innes
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1929
     Index terms: Scotia, voyage of; Bruce, William Speirs (1867-1921), oceanographer and polar explorer; Science; Antarctica
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'A simple, rare, truly elect soul': the troubled life of Richard Waldo Sibthorp, 1792-1879. Trott, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Educ.). Supervised by McClelland, V. Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1879
     Index terms: Sibthorp, Richard Waldo (1792-1879)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of the development of British scientific instrument making in the second half of the 19th century. Meliconi, Ilaria
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Bennett, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Scientific instrument making
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of the history of the Catholic gentry of Yorkshire from the Pilgrimage of Grace to the first civil war. Bastow, Sarah L.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Stafford, William; Cullum, Patricia H.; Thornton, Timothy J.
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1642
     Index terms: Civil War (1642-60); Pilgrimage of Grace (1536); Yorkshire; Revolution, see English Revolution; Roman Catholics; Gentry; English Revolution, see Civil War
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A study of English book trade privileges during the reign of Henry VIII. Grant-Ferguson, Meraud
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Eng.). Supervised by McKenzie, Donald F.; Womersley, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1547
     Index terms: Henry VIII (1491-1547), king; Book trade
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A study of the administration of the Hearth Tax in England and Wales, 1662-74. Parkinson, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Spufford, H. Margaret
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1674
     Index terms: Taxation; Hearth Tax; Wales
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A study of the foundations and development of the medicalization of ideas of genius, c.1750-1900. Essex, Caroline J.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Browne, E. Janet; Neve, Michael R.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1900
     Index terms: Genuis, medicalization of
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Attitudes to poverty and social reform in Cheltenham 1870-99. Edlin, Ronald T.
     M.A., Gloucestershire. (Hum.). Supervised by Starr, Rebecca K.; Howe, John R.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1899
     Index terms: Cheltenham, Glos.; Social reform; Poverty
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Becoming conspicuous: Irish travellers, society and the state, 1922-70. Bhreatnach, Aoife E.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Cronin, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1970
     Index terms: Travellers, Irish
     Categories: 20th Century

British attitudes to the European Economic Community, 1956-63. Wilkes, G.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1963
     Index terms: European Economic Community, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

British intelligence and the Irish 'fifth column', 1939-45. McMahon, P.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Andrew, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Fifth Column, in Ireland; Ireland, and Britain; Intelligence; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

Calculation and tabulation in the 19th century: Airy versus Babbage. Swade, Doron D.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hoppit, Julian
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Airy, Sir George Biddell (1801-92), astronomer and geophysicist; Babbage, Charles (1791-1871), mathematician; Mathematics; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Captain Swing and rural popular consciousness: 19th-century southern English social history in context. Jones, Peter D.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Rule, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1900
     Index terms: Popular consciousness, rural; Captain Swing
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Catholic identity, ideology and culture: the Thames Valley Catholic gentry from Restoration to the Relief Acts. Jordan, Sally
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Taylor, Stephen J.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1791
     Index terms: Gentry; Thames Valley; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Restoration (1660); Relief Acts
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Cholera and the sanitary revolution in 19th-century England. Collins, Christopher H.
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Sleigh, Charlotte
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Public health; Cholera; Sanitation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Churchill as a military leader, 1940-5. Hodkinson, Chris
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874-1965), prime minister; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

'Commotion time': the English risings of 1549. Jones, Amanda J.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter; Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1549–1549
     Index terms: Rebellion, in England
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Communities of women readers and writers: conversations concerning Adam Smith, 1759-1838. Warburton, P.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1759–1838
     Index terms: Smith, Adam (1723-90), economist; Writers, women; Women
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century

Congregational puritanism and the radical puritan community in England, c.1585-1625. Gregory, V.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1585–1625
     Index terms: Puritans, Puritanism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Constructing a model community: institutions, paternalism and social identities - Bournville, 1895-1940. Bailey, Adrian R.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Slater, Terry R.; Bryson, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1940
     Index terms: Paternalism; Community; Bournville, Warwicks.; Social identity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Controversy and disagreement in 17th-century Quakerism. Martin, Clare J.L.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Laurence, E. Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1700
     Index terms: Quakers, Quakerism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Cranbrook, Kent, and its neighbourhood area, c.1550-1670. Flisher, Lorraine
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.). Supervised by Zell, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1670
     Index terms: Cranbrook, Kent
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Crime and punishment in early modern England. Parry, Keith
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wood, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Punishment; Crime
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Crime and unemployment in south Wales: the disclosure of an inter- and post-war debate. Rauter, Gary
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Stead, Peter P.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1970
     Index terms: Unemployment, in south Wales; Crime, in south Wales; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Crime, communities and authority in early modern Wales: Denbighshire, 1660-1730. Howard, Sharon
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Michael F.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1730
     Index terms: Wales; Community, in Wales; Crime, in Wales; Denbighshire, Wales
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

C.R. Nevinson as painter, printmaker, war artist and leader in the 'call to order' trend, 1910-20. Black, Jonathan A.A.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Art). Supervised by Coppel, Stephen; Bindman, David
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1920
     Index terms: Printmaking; Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne (1889-1946), war artists; Art, Artists
     Categories: 20th Century

Daughters of Eve but mothers in Israel: some aspects of the religious lives of women in 18th-century England. Jones, Helen M.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Theol.). Supervised by Smith, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Religion, and women; Women
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Gender and Women; 18th Century

Deacon's School, Peterborough, 1902-20: a study of the social and economic function of seconday schooling. Blades, Barry A.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Educ.). Supervised by Crook, David R.; Aldrich, Richard E.
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1920
     Index terms: Education, secondary; Deacon's School, Peterborough; Peterborough, Cambs.
     Categories: 20th Century

Development and change in municipal ideology and practice: the role and experience of urban district councils to 1940 with special reference to County Durham. Hamilton, W.R.R.
     M.Phil., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Laybourn, Keith; Taylor, David
     Chronological coverage: 1894–1940
     Index terms: Durham, county; Urban district councils; Towns; Administration, local
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Domestic domesticity: the role of elite women in the Yorkshire country house, 1685-1858. Larsen, Ruth
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Rendall, Jane L.
     Chronological coverage: 1685–1858
     Index terms: Country houses; Women; Domesticity; Yorkshire
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century; 18th Century

Dr. William Roxburgh (1751-1815): the founding father of Indian botany. Robinson, Timothy F.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Philipson, Nicholas T.; Noltie, Henry
     Chronological coverage: 1771–1815
     Index terms: Roxburgh, William (1751-1815), botanist; India; Botany
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Ecology and history: social identity, symbolic organisation and nature in socialist discourse, 1883-1914. Hale, Piers J.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Palladino, Paolo
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1914
     Index terms: Socialists, Socialism; Nature; Ecology
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Edmund Jones 'the old prophet' (1702-93): minister, historian, spiritist. James, Carol
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.). Supervised by Morgan, Prys T.J.; Thomas, D.A.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1722–1793
     Index terms: Jones, Edmund (1702-93), minister and historian
     Categories: 18th Century

Encountering and managing the poor: the rural society and the Anglican clergy in Norfolk, 1815-1914. Lee, Robert J.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1914
     Index terms: Anglican Church, see Church of England; Clergy, Anglican; Society, rural; Poverty, rural; Church of England
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

English funerary elegies, 1620-50. Brady, A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1650
     Index terms: Funerary elegies
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Exiled from glory: Anglo-Indian settlement in 19th-century Britain, with special reference to Cheltenham. Fraser, Stuart J.
     Ph.D., Gloucestershire. (Hum.). Supervised by Bourne, John M.; More, Charles
     Chronological coverage: 1833–1903
     Index terms: Migration, Indian, to Britain; Cheltenham, Glos.
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

Family and society in Kent, 1660-1770: Cranbrook and its neighbours. Poole, Anthony
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Edwards, Peter R.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1770
     Index terms: Families; Cranbrook, Kent
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Feargus O'Connor and the Chartist movement, 1842-55. Airey, Glen
     Ph.D., Staffordshire. (Hum.: Hist.). Supervised by Belchem, John C.; Ashton, Owen R.
     Chronological coverage: 1842–1855
     Index terms: O'Connor, Feargus Edward (1794-1855); Chartists, Chartism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Fixed-shop retailing: Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton, 1660-1900. Collins, Valerie D.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Cox, N.C.; Cox, Jeffrey J.; Benson, John
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1900
     Index terms: Shrewsbury, Salop.; Retail industry; Wolverhampton, Staffs.

Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, philosophy and history. Bunce, R.E.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Cromartie, Alan D.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1581–1679
     Index terms: Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1679), political philosopher; Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), Baron Verulam of Verulam and Viscount St. Albans, philosophy; Philosophy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

From 'Elephant' to Penge West: the railway in the artist's landscape. Murdoch, Jill
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Harrington, Ralph; Divall, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1950
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Railways
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Gender and Britishness in 18th-century Scotland. Glover, Katharine E.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Britishness, in Scotland; Gender, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th Century

Geographies of Owenite socialism in Britain, 1830-40: public lecturing, the social institution and the production of associational knowledges. Cross, S.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.). Supervised by Baker, A.R.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1840
     Index terms: Socialism; Owen, Robert (1771-1858), social reformer; Lecturing, public
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

George Holroyd (1802-76), 2nd earl of Sheffield: a golden age for a country squire?. Lill, Malcom B.
     M.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Lowerson, John Ridley
     Chronological coverage: 1822–1876
     Index terms: Sheffield, 2nd earl of, see Holroyd, George; Holroyd, George (1802-76), 2nd earl of Sheffield
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Getting out of the asylum': discharge and decarceration issues in asylum history, c.1890-1959. Fisher, Mary
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Cherry, Steven
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1959
     Index terms: Public health; Mental health care; Asylums
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Girls and examinations, 1860-1902. Jacobs, Andrea
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1902
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Education

Grattan's failure: parliamentary opposition and the people in Ireland, 1779-1800. Mansergh, D.J.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, A.J. Boyd
     Chronological coverage: 1779–1800
     Index terms: Grattan, Henry (1746-1820), Irish politician; Ireland
     Categories: 18th Century

Gypsies and travellers in 20th-century Britain. Taylor, Rebecca
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Feldman, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1999
     Index terms: Travellers; Gypsies
     Categories: 20th Century

Hanover in British policy, 1792-1815. Riotte, Torsten
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1792–1815
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Hanover; Hanover, and Britain; Germany
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Headingley cum Burley, c.1540-c.1800. Cruickshank, John L.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Chartres, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1800
     Index terms: Headingly cum Burley, Yorks.

'Heavan upon Earth': the apocalyptic thought of Joseph Mede (1586-1638). Jue, Jeffrey K.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Trueman, Carl R.; Hotson, Howard
     Chronological coverage: 1606–1638
     Index terms: Mede, Joseph (1586-1638), biblical scholar; Apocalyptic thought
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

His Majesty's advocate: Sir James Stewart of Goodtrees (1635-1713) and Covenanter resistance theory under the Restoration monarchy. Beisner, E. Calvin
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Mason, Roger A.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1689
     Index terms: Covenanters; Resistance theory; Stewart, Sir James, of Goodtrees (1635-1713), advocate; Restoration (1660); Monarchy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Holiness and the Salvation Army, 1880-1930. Casey, John
     M.Litt, Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Bebbington, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Index terms: Salvation Army
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Industrial welfare and recreation at Boots Pure Drug Company, 1883-1945. Phillips, Simon
     Ph.D., Nottingham Trent. (Int. Stud.). Supervised by Hayes, Nick; Griffin, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1945
     Index terms: Welfare, industrial; Boots Pure Drug Company; Recreation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Infant mortality in Aberdeen, 1861-1911, with discussion of certain causes of death. Ouchi, Junko
     M.Litt., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Tyson, Robert; Smith, David
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1911
     Index terms: Public health; Scotland; Infant mortality; Aberdeen; Death
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Influence, party and electoral behaviour in Bedfordshire, 1767-1847. Banks, Frank
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Brooks, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1767–1847
     Index terms: Electoral behaviour; Politics, party; Bedfordshire
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Inns, taverns and alehouses of W. Sussex, 1550-1750. Pennington, Janet
     Ph.D., Southampton. (University Coll. Chichester: Hist.). Supervised by Foster, Andrew W.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1750
     Index terms: Alehouses, see also public houses; Taverns, see also public houses; Inns, see also public houses
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Institutional change and the two Irelands, 1945-90: an application of North's institutional economics. Brownlow, Graham A.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Kennedy, Liam
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Economics, in Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Instruments in the hand of God: demonological aspects of English witchcraft literature. Jamieson-Ball, Ceredig
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Sharpe, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Witchcraft; Demonology
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

In the shadow of war: continuities and discontinuities in the construction of the masculine identities of British soldiers, 1914-24. Millman, Margaret
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Hum.). Supervised by Duke, Francis; John, Angela V.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1924
     Index terms: Masculine identity; Gender; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Invisible criminals? Legal, social and cultural perspectives on financial crime in Britain, 1800-1930. Wilson, Sarah J. Lowrie
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Eastwood, David S.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1930
     Index terms: Financial crime; Crime, financial
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Irish journalists and litterateurs in late Victorian London, 1870-1914. Sheehy, Ian D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Foster, Robert F. (Roy)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Journalists, Journalism, Irish; Irish, in London; London, Irish in; Litterateurs, Irish
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Almon (1737-1805), journalist and publisher. Leitner, Lynda L.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Thomas, Peter D.G.
     Chronological coverage: 1757–1805
     Index terms: Almon, John (1737-1805), journalist and publisher; Press, newspaper
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Reeves Ellerman: entrepreneur or empire builder?. McCleave, Peter
     M.Litt., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Ross, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1882–1933
     Index terms: Ellerman, John Reeves (1862-1933)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Landholding and enclosure in the hundreds of East Flegg, West Flegg and Happing in Norfolk, 1695-1832. Bacon, Keith
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Tom M.
     Chronological coverage: 1695–1832
     Index terms: East Flegg hundred, Norf.; Landholding, in Norfolk; Norfolk; West Flegg hundred, Norf.; Enclosure, in Norfolk; Happing hundred, Norf.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Land, liberty and empire: Josiah C. Wedgwood and radical politics, 1905-24. Mulvey, Paul M.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Howe, Anthony C.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1924
     Index terms: Radical politics; Wedgewood, Josiah Clement (1872-1943), 1st Baron Wedgwood
     Categories: 20th Century

Law, economic theory and corporate governance: the origins of U.K. legislation on company directors' conflicts of interests, 1862-1948. Lee, A.S.Y.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1948
     Index terms: Law, Corporate; Company legislation; Business
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Legal and literary discourses in the long 18th century: negotiating transgression, ordering society. Smith, Marie Hockenhull
     Ph.D., Wales (Aberystwyth).
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1815
     Index terms: Social order; Legal discourse; Literary discourse
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Lesbian identities in Britain 1945-70: personal testimonies and the construction of post-war lesbian history. Jennings, Rebecca
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Vernon, N. James
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Lesbians, Lesbianism, see also Homosexuals, Homosexuality
     Categories: 20th Century

Local history of the upper dales of Yorkshire. Keeble, Geoffrey
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1900
     Index terms: Dales, Yorks.; Yorkshire

Making sects: women as reformers, writers and subjects in early Reformation England, 1535-90. Coles, K.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1535–1590
     Index terms: Reformation; Writers, women; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Intellectual history; 16th-17th Century

Marketing British tourism, 1918-45. Beckerson, John
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Church, Roy A.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1945
     Index terms: Tourism
     Categories: 20th Century

Masculinity and the Friends, with particular reference to Durham and Yorkshire, 1650-1775 (early Quakerism in Yorkshire). Bell, Erin A.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1775
     Index terms: Durham, county; Quakers, Quakerism, in Yorks.; Masculinity; Yorkshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Mental health care in the 19th and 20th centuries. Halliday, Emma C.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenkinson, Jacqueline L.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1998
     Index terms: Public health; Mental health care
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Moving lives: everyday experiences of a nation and migration within the Polish, Greek Cypriot and Italian populations of Leicester since 1945. Burrell, Katherine
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Greek Cypriots, in Leicester; Poles, in Leicester; Migration, to Leicester; Italians, in Leicester; Leicester
     Categories: 20th Century

Myth and reality: propaganda and censorship in the creation of the Irish Free State, January 1919-June 1922. O'Shea, Bartholomew
     M.Phil., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Aldgate, Anthony K.; Wood, I.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1922
     Index terms: Censorship, in Ireland; Irish Free State; Propaganda, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Naval surgeons, surgery and the impact of the Great French War, 1793-1815. Wallace, Janice I.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Barry, Jonathan; Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1815
     Index terms: Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815); Surgeons, Surgery, Naval; Medicine
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Negotiating the boundaries: mothering and the maternity and child welfare services, 1945-60. Tracey, Louise
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Tolliday, Steven W.; Honeyman, Katrina
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Maternity welfare services; Welfare services, child; Child welfare services; Children
     Categories: 20th Century

Never acted, but ...': English closet drama, 1625-85. Heawood, J.P.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1685
     Index terms: Drama, Closet
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Nineteenth-century Roman Catholicism. Riley, Emma J.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Mullett, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'... of inestimable value to the town and district'? A study of the urban middle classes in south Wales, with particular reference to Pontypool, Bridgend and Penarth, c.1850-1890. Light, Julie
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1890
     Index terms: Pontypool, Wales; Towns; Wales; Bridgend, Wales; Middles classes, in Wales; Class, social; Penarth, Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Pacifism in the Crimean War. McCallum, Claire
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1853–1856
     Index terms: Crimean War (1853-6); Pacifism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Parliamentary elections in Ulster counties, 1761-83. Black, Alan
     M.Phil., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hayton, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1761–1783
     Index terms: Northern Ireland; Parliamentary elections; Elections; Ulster
     Categories: 18th Century

Parochial clergy of the archdeaconry of Coventry, c.1500-c.1600. Upton, Anthony A.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Postles, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Parish clergy; Coventry, Warwicks., archdeaconry; Clergy, parochial
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Patterns of cultural production and reception in Dundee, 1850-1914. Forbes, Ruth
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Scotland; Dundee
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Pembrokeshire: the forgotten coalfield. Price, Martin R. Connop
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1950
     Index terms: Pembrokeshire, in Wales; Coal mining, in Wales; Wales

Performing gifts: the manuscript circulation of Elizabethan and early Stuart court entertainments. Heaton, G.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Donaldson, C.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1620
     Index terms: Court entertainments, Elizabethan and Stuart; Manuscript circulation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics and political culture in English women's colleges, 1890-1914. Wiggins, Sarah
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Vickery, Amanda
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Index terms: Education, of women; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Political history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Politics and political discourse in the British monarchies, 1681-5. Tapsell, G.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1681–1685
     Index terms: Monarchy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics and religion in Edinburgh, 1617-53. Stewart, Laura A.M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Goodare, Julian; Lynch, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1617–1653
     Index terms: Religion, in Edinburgh; Edinburgh; Scotland; Politics, in Edinburgh
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics from the outside: a life of F.S. Oliver, 1864-1934. Pollard, Michael
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Binfield, J. Clyde G.
     Chronological coverage: 1884–1934
     Index terms: Oliver, Frederick Scott (1864-1934), businessman and publicist
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Politics in Truro surrounding the 1835 Municipal Corporations Act. Thomson, David M.G.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Tregidga, G.; Coleman, Bruce I.
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1835
     Index terms: Municipal Corporations Act (1835); Truro, Cornwall; Towns
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Poverty, pauperism and parish relief in 17th-century intramural London. Dasgupta, Anisha S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Parish relief; Pauperism; Poverty; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Primitive Methodism in Shropshire, 1820. Garratt, Delia
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1820
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism, primitive; Shropshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Print culture, preaching and piety in Yorkshire, 1600-40. Cambers, Andrew
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Shiels, William J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1640
     Index terms: Print culture, in Yorks.; Piety, in Yorks.; Preaching, in Yorks.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Prisoner of war families and the British government during the Second World War. Hately-Broad, Barbara
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Moore, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Prisoners of war
     Categories: 20th Century

Pristine purity: primitivism and practical piety in the art of John Wesley's physick. Madden, Deborah
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Shaw, Jane A.
     Chronological coverage: 1739–1791
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism; Wesley, John (1703-91), evangelist; Piety, Methodist
     Categories: 18th Century

Quaker women reformers in England, 1820-1915, with particular reference to peace campaigners. Johnson, Christine
     Ph.D., Staffordshire. (Hum.: Hist.). Supervised by Crossman, V.; Ashton, Owen
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1915
     Index terms: Peace campaigners, Quaker; Women; Quakers
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Race discourse in Britain, 1918-62. Schaffer, Gavin
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1962
     Index terms: Race
     Categories: 20th Century

Reading Restoration free thought: Charles Blount's impious learning. Wilson, David A.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Champion, Justin A.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1674–1693
     Index terms: Blount, Charles (1654-93), deist and freethinker; Restoration (1660)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Reformed scholasticism and the battle for orthodoxy in the later Stuart Church. Hampton, S.W.P.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1714
     Index terms: Orthodoxy; Church, from 16th cent.; Scholasticism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religion and reason in the thought of Richard Overton, the Leveller. Adams, D.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1663
     Index terms: Overton, Richard (c.1625-1664), Leveller; Levellers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religion and recreation in England and Wales, c.1850-1910, with special reference to evangelicalism and sport. Erdozain, D.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Alastair J.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1910
     Index terms: Religion, in Wales; Wales, and England; Recreation, in Wales; Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Sport, in Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Representations of the First World War in British popular culture, 1918-98. Todman, Daniel W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1998
     Index terms: Culture, popular; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

Responses of the E. Midlands gentry to the reign of James VII and II and the Glorious Revolution. Bliss, Zoe
     Ph.D., Nottingham Trent. (Int. Stud.). Supervised by Brown, Angela; Bennett, Martyn
     Chronological coverage: 1685–1688
     Index terms: James II (1633-1701), king; Gentry; East Midlands; Glorious Revolution (1688)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Rethinking the Victorian department store: Manchester's two emporia, Kendal Milne and Lewis's, 1836-90. Bertramsen, Halle Bugge
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winstanley, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1836–1890
     Index terms: Kendal Milne, Manchester; Manchester, Lancs.; Department stores; Retail; Lewis's, Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Right behind Mr. Redmond': Nationalism and the Irish Party in provincial Ireland, 1910-14. Wheatley, Michael
     Ph.D., Surrey. (St. Mary's Coll., Strawberry Hill: Hist.). Supervised by Longmore, Jane; Fulton, John
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1914
     Index terms: Nationalist Party, Irish; Ireland; Nationalism, Irish; Redmond, John Edward (1856-1918), Irish politician
     Categories: 20th Century

Roman Catholic educational provision within the diocese of Salford, 1870-1944. Lannon, David
     Ph.D., Hull. (Educ.). Supervised by McClelland, V. Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1944
     Index terms: Education, Roman Catholic; Salford, Lancs., diocese of; Roman Catholics
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Roots of the history of science in Britain, 1916-50. Mayer, A.K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Schaffer, Simon
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1950
     Index terms: Science, history of
     Categories: 20th Century

Searching for the true Church: Brethren and evangelicals in mid 20th-century England. Shuff, Roger N.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Spurgeon's Coll.). Supervised by Randall, Ian M.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Index terms: Evangelicals, Eangelicalism; Christrian Brethren; Religion
     Categories: 20th Century

Second World War Japanese atrocities and British minor war crimes trials: the issue of fair trial in four selected British minor war crimes trials in Malaya and Singapore in 1946-7. Narayanan, Arujanan
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth)
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1947
     Index terms: Japan; War crimes; Malaya; World War II; Singapore
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Secrets of success: the development of obstetric ultrasound in Scotland, 1963-90. Nicholson, Deborah
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Stokes, Raymond G.; Nicholson, Malcolm
     Chronological coverage: 1963–1990
     Index terms: Scotland; Obstetric ultrasound; Public health; Medicine
     Categories: 20th Century

Secular wall painting in the 16th and 17th centuries. Baird, K.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Wall paintings, secular; Art Artists
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir Francis Beaufort and the co-ordination of British scientific activity, 1829-55. Cock, Randolph
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1829–1855
     Index terms: Science; Beaufort, Sir Francis (1774-1857), naval hydrographer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Social, cultural and economic spaces and the building of Edinburgh's first new town, 1752-1802. Hammerschmidt, Soren C.E.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1752–1802
     Index terms: Town planning; Edinburgh; Scotland
     Categories: 18th Century

Social networks in a pre-industrial society: the Pennine Barnsley area, c.1650-1760. Bashforth, Martin
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1760
     Index terms: Pennine Barnsley are, Yorks.; Social networks
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Social status and relationships in early modern Winchester, c.1550-c.1700. Allen, Chris
     Ph.D., Southampton. (King Alfred's Coll., Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by James, Thomas B.; Allen, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1700
     Index terms: Social status; Winchester
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Some aspects of the Girls' Friendly Society. Mitchell, Patricia
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.). Supervised by Mumm, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1998
     Index terms: Girls' Friendly Society
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Special Operations Executive (S.O.E.) in the Second World War. Murphy, Christopher
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Murphy, Philip
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Special Operations Executive; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The 46th (North Midland) Division T.F. on the Western Front, 1915-18. Peaple, Simon
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Bourne, John M.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1918
     Index terms: Army; Western Front; World War I; Forty-Sixth (North Midland) Division
     Categories: 20th Century

The Bangorian controversy, c.1716-1721. Starkie, Andrew E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Goldie, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1716–1721
     Index terms: Church of England, from 16th cent.; Bangorian controversy
     Categories: 18th Century

The Beau Monde and fashionable life in 18th-century London. Greig, Hannah
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Vickery, Amanda
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Beau Monde; Fashion
     Categories: 18th Century

The British and the Shanghai May Fourth Movement. Airaksinen, Tiina H.
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist. of E. Asia). Supervised by Tiedemann, R. Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1921
     Index terms: Shanghai May Fourth Movement; Foreign relations, with China; China, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The British Labour party and the emergence of 'bipolarity', 1943-9. Stammers, R.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reynolds, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1949
     Index terms: Bipolarity; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The changing expectations and realities of marriage in the English working class, 1920-60. Higgins, N.J.M.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1960
     Index terms: Working classes; Families; Class, social; Marriage
     Categories: 20th Century

The Churches and the land question in the Highlands of Scotland, 1843-88. MacColl, A.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Biagini, Eugenio
     Chronological coverage: 1843–1888
     Index terms: Land question, in Scotland; Highlands, Scotland; Scotland; Church, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Compendium Compertorum and the making of the Suppression Act of 1536. Shaw, Anthony
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1536
     Index terms: Suppression Act (1536); Compendium Compertorum
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The contacts between the Church of England and the Lutheran churches of Germany in the reign of Henry VIII. Schofield, John A.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Cameron, Euan K.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1547
     Index terms: Lutheran churches, in Germany; Anglican Church, see Church of England; Germany, and England; Church of England; Henry VIII (1491-1547), king
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The context and experience of Quaker worship in the early years, 1650-75, with some reference to Yorkshire. Woods, John
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Sheils, William
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1675
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Quakers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The coronation and monarchical culture in Stuart Britain and Ireland, 1603-61. Shaw, D.T.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1661
     Index terms: Ireland, and Britain; Coronation; Monarchical culture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development of British strategic policy, 1929-33. Babij, Orest M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Darwin, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1933
     Index terms: Strategic policy
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of gardening as a leisure activity in 19th-century Britain and the establishment of horticultural periodicals. Wilkinson, Anne
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Purdue, A. William
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Press, periodical, horticultural; Leisure; Gardening
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of professional football organisations in Merseyside, 1878-1914. Kennedy, David
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Collins, Michael; Chartres, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1914
     Index terms: Sport; Football, professional; Merseyside
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of Swansea, c.1680-1835. Anthony, C. Robert
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Sweet, Rosemary H.; Clark, Peter A.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1835
     Index terms: Swansea, Wales; Wales
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development of the Labour party in the Black Country, 1919-39. Ward, John A.N.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Benson, John; Taylor, Eric
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Black Country; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of the royal arsenal and its local impact. Baigent, Peter
     M.A., Greenwich. (Hum.). Supervised by Dunne, John
     Chronological coverage: 1671–1967
     Index terms: Ordnance; Arsenal, royal

The domestic influences on British European policy, 1964-7. McKenna, J.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Carter, Nicholas E.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1967
     Index terms: Europe, and Britain; Foreign policy
     Categories: 20th Century

The formative years of boys' Catholic secondary education in Bristol, with particular reference to the Irish Christian Brothers' College, Berkeley Square, Bristol, 1890-1918. Howell, Brian
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by McClelland, V. Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1918
     Index terms: Bristol; Irish Christian Brothers' College, Bristol; Education, secondary, Roman Catholic; Children, education of
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Great War letters of Humphrey Francis Humphreys: an edition. Bridgewater, Richard D.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Humphreys, Humphrey Francis (1885-1977), vice-chancellor of the University of Birmingham
     Categories: 20th Century

The Guinea Pig Club: reconstructing the hero in World War II. Mayhew, Emily R.
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Edgerton, David E.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Surgery, reconstructive; Medicine; Guinea Pig Club; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The heritage in heritage tourism: a case study of Devon, 1940-2000. Rowe, Helen C.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Geog.). Supervised by Brace, Catherine; Shaw, Gareth
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2000
     Index terms: Heritage; Devon; Tourism
     Categories: 20th Century

'The home and the world': Bengali political mobilisation in London's East End and a comparison with the Jewish past. Glynn, Sarah
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.). Supervised by Dwyer, Claire; Dennis, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1880–2000
     Index terms: Jews, in London; Bengalis, in London; London, East End
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The impact of the Great War on intellectuals, 1914-21. Aldridge, Ross
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Biddiss, Michael D.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1921
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Intellectuals
     Categories: 20th Century

The invisible diaspora: the English in Scotland, 1945-2000. Watson, Murray
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Kenefick, William
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Emigration, see Migration; Immigration, see Migration; Migration, to Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

The invisible man? Problematising gender and male medicine in Britain and America, 1800-1950. O'Neill, Tim
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Cooter, Roger J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1950
     Index terms: United States of America, and Britain; Medicine, male; Gender
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The land question in south-east Scotland, 1850-1914. Mulhern, Mark A.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Land question, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Leeds Intelligencer and reform, c.1815-1835. Joyce, Denis
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Green, Simon J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1835
     Index terms: Press, newspaper; Leeds Intelligencer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Leicestershire-Lincolnshire border in the 18th century: a cultural frontier?. Fox, Alan W.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Fox, Harold S.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Lincolnshire; Leicestershire
     Categories: 18th Century

The Manchester business community and anti-slavery, 1787-1833. Martin, R.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, A.J. Boyd
     Chronological coverage: 1787–1833
     Index terms: Slavery, opposition to; Business community, in Manchester; Manchester, Lancs.
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The Methodist family, c.1850-1932. Williams, Jacqueline D.S.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Benson, John; Leese, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1932
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism; Families
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Metropolitan Police and London's West Indian community, 1950-70. Whitfield, James
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Francis, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970
     Index terms: London; Police, Policing; Metropolitan Police; West Indians, in London
     Categories: 20th Century

The middle class in Halifax, 1780-1850. Iwama, Toshihiko
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Honeyman, Katrina; Chartres, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Index terms: Class, social; Middle classes; Halifax, Yorks.
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The mining and smelting of copper in England and Wales, c.1760-1820. Symons, John
     M.Phil., Coventry. (Worcester: Hist.). Supervised by Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1820
     Index terms: Copper, smelting of; Copper, mining of; Wales
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The moral sciences tripos at Cambridge University, 1848-60. Palfrey, D.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Gareth Stedman
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1860
     Index terms: Moral Sciences Tripos, Cambridge; Universities; Cambridge, University; Education, university
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The operation of the 1930 Mental Treatment Act in local psychiatric hospitals: the introduction of voluntary patients and new treatment regimes in the Devon Mental Hospital, 1931-8. Pearce, David N.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Webster, Charles; Melling, Joseph L.
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1938
     Index terms: Devon mental Hospital; Mental health care; Mental Treatment Act (1930)
     Categories: 20th Century

The origins and history of the National Gallery in Britain, 1753-1860. Conlin, J.G.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, A.J. Boyd
     Chronological coverage: 1753–1860
     Index terms: Art, Artists; National Gallery
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The pamphlet debates over tithes and the ministry in England, 1642-60. McLaughlin, Jamie J.S.
     M.Phil., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Greengrass, Mark; Milton, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1660
     Index terms: Pamphlets, religious; Church, from 16th cent.; Tithes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The political dynamics of N.E. Wales, with special reference to the Liberal party, 1918-35. Jones, Siân
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist.). Supervised by Griffith, William P.; Tanner, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1935
     Index terms: Liberal party, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

The political thinking and mentality of English military men in the reign of Elizabeth I, 1558-88. Rapple, Rory
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Bradshaw, Brendan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1588
     Index terms: Military mentality, Elizabethan
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of geology: a science and its literature in Britain, 1802-56. O'Connor, R.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1802–1856
     Index terms: Science; Geology
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The politics of monetary policy in Britain from the First World War to the World Economic Conference of 1933. Luethje, M.M.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clarke, Peter F.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1939
     Index terms: World Economic Conference (1933); World War I (1914-18); Monetary policy
     Categories: 20th Century

The prince of the whigs: the life and career of William Cavendish, 4th duke of Devonshire. Durban, Michael J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Mitchell, Leslie G.
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1764
     Index terms: Devonshire, 4th duke of, see Cavendish, William; Cavendish, William (1720-64), 4th duke of Devonshire; Whigs
     Categories: 18th Century

The radio war waged by the Royal Air Force against Germany, 1940-5. Lovatt, Peter
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Mombauer, Annika; O'Day, Rosemary
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Germany, and Britain; Royal Air Force; Radio
     Categories: 20th Century

The railways of eastern Isle of Wight, 1845-1901. Doe, Alan R.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Rule, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1901
     Index terms: Transport; Isle of Wight; Railways
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The reflecting pool of society: aquatic sport, leisure and recreation in England, c.1800-1918. Love, Christopher
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Shane P.; Walvin, James
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1918
     Index terms: Aquatic sport; Recreation; Leisure; Sport, aquatic
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The religion of the people in Winchester and Southampton, 1558-1603. Parkinson, Susan
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Bernard, G.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Southampton, Hants.; Winchester, Hants.; Religion
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The religious thought of Francis William Newman (1805-97): theological scepticism, transcendental mysticism, and the hope for a free and comprehensive Christianity. Clarke, Jr, John W.
     M.Litt., Oxford. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1805–1897
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The representation of the question of Jerusalem in the British press, 1967-2000: The Times, the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph. Al-Najjar, Abeer I.M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Mid. E. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1967–2000
     Index terms: Press, newspaper; Israel; The Times; Jerusalem; Guardian; Daily Telegraph
     Categories: 20th Century

The rise and fall of the gunpowder industry in the Lake District in the 19th and 20th centuries. Vickers, Robert
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winstanley, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1999
     Index terms: Lake District; Gunpowder industry; Industry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The rise and fall of the multi-storey ideal: public sector high-rise housing in Britain, 1945-2002, with special reference to Birmingham. Jones, Phillip
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Whitehand, Jeremy W.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2002
     Index terms: Birmingham; High-rise housing; Housing, public
     Categories: 20th Century

The rise of the cotton factory in 18th-century Renfrewshire. Nisbet, Stuart M.
     Ph.D., Paisley. (Applied Soc. Stud.). Supervised by Nair, Gwyneth; Foster, John
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Factories, in Scotland; Scotland; Cotton manufacture, in Scotland; Renfrewshire, Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of land and landscape in English cultural and political debate, c.1880-1910. Readman, P.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Parry, Jonathan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1910
     Index terms: Landscape
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of military hospitals, 1914-18. Hopkins, John
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Ball, Stuart R.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Hospitals, military; Medicine
     Categories: 20th Century

The role of the Royal Navy in the amphibious assaults in the Second World War. Howcroft, Ivor
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Nicholas A.M.; Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Amphibious warfare; Royal Navy
     Categories: 20th Century

The science-industry relationship: the case of electrical engineering in Manchester, 1914-60. Cooper, Tim
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Hughes, Jeff A.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1960
     Index terms: Manchester, Lancs.; Electrical engineering; Science, and industry; Industry, and science
     Categories: 20th Century

The Scottish government and the French threat, 1792-1802. Wold, Atle L.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Murdoch, Alexander; Dickinson, Harry T.
     Chronological coverage: 1792–1802
     Index terms: France, and Scotland; Scotland, and France
     Categories: 18th Century

The search for hegemony: political and theoretical debates within the Communist Party and the Left in Britain, 1968-91. Yang, Tzu Chen
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Corfield, Penelope J.
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1991
     Index terms: Politics, left-wing; Communist Party
     Categories: 20th Century

The sieges of Hull during the English Civil War. Culkin, Iain
     M.A., Leeds. (York St. John). Supervised by Childs, John; Whiting, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Index terms: Civil War (1642-60); Hull, Humberside; Sieges
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The social and political impact of the Irish in Dundee, c.1845-1922. McCready, Richard B.
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Lawrence A.; Machin, G. Ian T.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1922
     Index terms: Irish, in Dundee; Scotland; Dundee
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Socialist League, the Labour party and responses to the rise of fascism in the 1930s. Corthorn, P.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clarke, Peter F.
     Chronological coverage: 1932–1939
     Index terms: Socialist League; Labour party; Fascism
     Categories: 20th Century

The treatment of trauma in British soldiers in World War II. McEwen, Yvonne T.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Medicine, military; Army; World War II (1939-45); Trauma, treatment of
     Categories: 20th Century

The Victorian county town: Bedford and Lincoln, 1860-1910. McHugh, Denise
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Richard G.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1910
     Index terms: Lincoln, Lincs.; Bedford, Beds.; Towns
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The view from the backbench: Irish nationalist M.P.s and their work, 1910-14. McConnel, James R.R.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Heesom, Alan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1914
     Index terms: Nationalism, Irish; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The waging of neutrality, Eire at war 1939-45. Eastwood, David
     M.Phil., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Lynch, Derek; Laybourn, Keith
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The Winchcombe family and the woollen industry of 16th-century Newbury. Peacock, David M.
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Wordie, Ross
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Newbury, Berks.; Winchcombe family, Newbury; Woollen industry
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Women's Land Army, 1939-50: a study of policy and practice, with particular reference to Craven. Bullock, Margaret H.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Educ.). Supervised by Sharp, Paul R.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1950
     Index terms: Craven, Yorks.; World War II (1939-45); Women's Land Army
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

The working library of William Ewart Gladstone. Clayton, Ruth
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (University Coll. Chester: Victorian Stud.). Supervised by Lawrence, Jon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1898
     Index terms: Library, of William Ewart Gladstone; Gladstone, William Ewart (1809-98), statesman and prime minister
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Thomas William Rolleston (1857-1920): 'an educated Englishman who thinks he is an Irishman'. O'Brien, Maria
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Loughlin, James P.
     Chronological coverage: 1877–1920
     Index terms: Rolleston, Thomas William (1857-1920)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Tom Tidler's ground: a critical study of British foreign policy in east Asia, with special reference to Korea, 1875-95. Ha, Yeong-il
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hoare, J.; Lewis, J.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1895
     Index terms: Foreign policy, in east Asia; Korea, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

Tracing the development of identity politics in the perceived failure of class-based analysis: gay men and the revolutionary Left since 1967. Robinson, Lucy
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Howkins, Alun John
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1998
     Index terms: Class, social; Homosexuals, Homosexuality; Politics, left-wing
     Categories: 20th Century

Transitions: the history and philosophy of county archaeological society museums in mid 19th-century England. Chung, Y.S.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Archaeol.). Supervised by Boast, R.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1860
     Index terms: Archaeology; County Archaeological Society Museums; Museums
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Transmission and transformation: Thomas Goodwin and the puritan project, 1600-1704. Lawrence, T.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1704
     Index terms: Goodwin, Thomas (1600-79); Puritans, Puritanism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Trees and woodland in the Suffolk landscape, 1660-1870. Thomas, Margaret A.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Tom M.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1870
     Index terms: Landscape; Suffolk; Woodlands
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Troubled waters: Britain's failed fight for the freedom of the high seas in the North Atlantic. Johannesson, Gudni T.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Ellison, James
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1961
     Index terms: North Atlantic, naval supremacy in; Naval supremacy
     Categories: 20th Century

Urbanization, the development of the brewing industry and the proliferation of English town pubs in the 19th century, with special reference to Norwich, Norfolk. Donovan, Robert E.K.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wilson, Richard G.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Public houses; Brewing industry; Industry; Urbanization; Norwich, Norf.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Use, refuse or lock them up? A history of Italian academic refugees in Britain, 1930-50. Turchetti, Simone
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Hughes, Jeff A.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1950
     Index terms: Intellectuals, Italian, in Britain; Migration, to Britain; Italians, in Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

Welsh water for the Welsh? Birmingham and the exploitation of Welsh water resources in the 1890s. Anderson, André
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Aled G.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900
     Index terms: Water resources, in Wales; Wales, and Birmingham; Birmingham, and Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Winchester city leases, c.1550-c.1850. Crossley, Peter
     Ph.D., Southampton. (King Alfred's Coll., Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by Dickinson, J.; Platt, Colin P.S.; James, Thomas B.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1850
     Index terms: Winchester, Hants.

Witch-hunting in the presbytery of Dalkeith, 1649-62. Cordey, Anna L.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1662
     Index terms: Dalkeith, Scotland, presbytery of; Witch-hunting, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

W.L. Jackson, Leeds Conservatism and the world of Villa Toryism. Roberts, Matthew
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Warren, Alan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1917
     Index terms: Allerton, 1st Baron, see Jackson, William Lawies; Leeds, Yorks.; Jackson, William Lawies, 1st Baron Allerton (1840-1917); Villa Toryism; Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

World War to Cold War: formative episodes in the British aircraft industry, 1946-65. Nahum, Andrew L.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Howlett, Peter; Baines, Dudley E.
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1965
     Index terms: Industry, aircraft; Aircraft industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Young women, employment and the family in inter-war England. Todd, Selina
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.; Gazeley, Ian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Families; Employment, of women; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Economic history; 20th Century

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After empire: the imperial legacy in multicultural Britain. Hughes, Giles B.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000
     Index terms: Multiculturalism; Empire, British
     Categories: 20th Century

An educated sense of fitness: liberal Anglo-Catholicism, 1900-40. Piggot, Alan R. Lennox
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1940
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, liberal
     Categories: 20th Century

Angels in the Anglican tradition, 1547-1662. Macy, Jonathan E.G.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1547–1662
     Index terms: see also Church of England; Anglicans, Anglicanism; Angels
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'A singing nation'? Debates about vocal music in England, 1880-1920. McHale, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Music, vocal
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A splendid idiosyncrasy: prehistory at Cambridge, 1915-50. Smith, Patricia J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1950
     Index terms: Education, higher; Cambridge, University; Universities; Prehistory, teaching
     Categories: 20th Century

A study of reading experience in Britain, 1860-1914. Gerrard, Teresa
     Ph.D., Luton. (Hist.). Supervised by Weedon, Alexis
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1914
     Index terms: Literacy; Reading
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Benjamin Worsley (1618-77): commerce, colonisation and the fate of the Universal Reformation. Leng, Thomas L.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Greengrass, Mark; Braddick, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1638–1677
     Index terms: Colonisation; Commerce; Worsley, Benjamin (1617/18-1677), physician; Universal Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Black market activity in Britain, 1939-55. Roodhouse, Mark Cardwell
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1955
     Index terms: Black market; Crime
     Categories: 20th Century

Boundaries and balance: classical influence on 16th-century geographical thought. Small, Margaret A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Davidson, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Geographical thought
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

British imperial strategy, King Abdullah and the Jewish Agency, 1921-51. Bradshaw, John T.L.
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1951
     Index terms: Abdullah I (1882-1951), king of Jordan; Jewish Agency; Empire
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British intelligence and the Arab revolt in the Hejaz, 1914-17. Mohs, Paula A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1917
     Index terms: World War I; Hejaz; Intelligence, military; Arabs, Hejaz
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British marital fertility in the 1930s. Eckstein, Briony
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Fertility, marital; Marriage
     Categories: 20th Century

Catholicae Ecclesiae Unitatem: Nicholas Harpsfield and English Reformation Catholicism. Dean, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1539–1575
     Index terms: Roman Catholic church; Harpsfield, Nicholas (1519–1575); Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Charitable provision for the rural poor: a case study of policies and attitudes in Northamptonshire in the first half of the 19th century. Lewis, Bridget
     Ph.D., Northampton. (Hist.). Supervised by King, Peter J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Index terms: see also Philanthropy; Poverty, rural; Charity; Northamptonshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Charlotte Mason, the P.N.E.U. and the House of Education: perspectives on a female educator in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Bateson, Elizabeth
     M.Phil., Lancaster. (St. Martin's Coll.: Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Parents' National Education Union; Mason, Charlotte Maria Shaw (1842-1923), teacher and educationalist; House of Education; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Cheltenham: a case study in hospital provision, 1918-48. Atkinson, Heather E.
     M.A., Gloucestershire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1948
     Index terms: Hospitals, see also, Medicine, Public health; Cheltenham, Glos.
     Categories: 20th Century

Coastal command, 1939-45: the cinderella service. Hendrie, Andrew W. Aitchison
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark L.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Coastal command; World War II (1939-45); Navy
     Categories: 20th Century

Common grazing in the northern uplands: land, society, governance since c.1800. Straughton, Eleanor A.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winchester, Angus J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Index terms: Government; Society; Common land
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Constituting the Levellers: a study of a political movement. Woodcock, Peter S.
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Index terms: Levellers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Discipline and morale: the British non-commissioned officer on the Western Front, 1914-18. Penny, Stephen
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Mason, Tony
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Discipline, military; Morale, military; Army, non-commissioned officers; Western Front; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

'Distilled death and liquid damnation': the temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1830-45. Hoffman, Aaron
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Harper, Marjory-Ann D.; Ranson, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1845
     Index terms: Temperance movement, in Scotland; Aberdeen; Scotland; Alcohol
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Dynamic dualities: the 'British system' of heroin addiction treatment, 1965-87. Mold, Alex N.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1987
     Index terms: Medicine; Heroin; Drug addiction
     Categories: 20th Century

Early Quakers in Cornwall, 1656-1750. Griffith, Patricia M.
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1656–1750
     Index terms: Quakers, Quakerism, in Cornwall; Cornwall
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Economic and social change in a Somerset village, 1700-1851: a microhistory. Thompson, Rhiannon M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1851
     Index terms: Somerset
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Egalitarian political thought on the British Left, 1910-64. Jackson, Ben
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1964
     Index terms: Left, political; Political thought; Egalitarianism
     Categories: 20th Century

English housing associations, 1965-96: players more than pawns through 30 years of government funding. Johnston, Alex
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by King, D.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1996
     Index terms: Housing associations; Social housing
     Categories: 20th Century

Executing Mary Queen of Scots: strategies of representation in early modern Scotland. McElroy, Tricia A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1567–1587
     Index terms: Mary Queen of Scots (1542-87); Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

From consensus to conflict? Continuity and change in the structure of provision for secondary education in Birmingham, 1902-2000. Adams, David F.
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Educ.). Supervised by Watts, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1902–2000
     Index terms: Education, secondary; Birmingham
     Categories: 20th Century

Geography, empire and the missionary imperative: a contextual reading of popular C.M.S. mission literature, c.1850-1900. McKay, Tracey M.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: C.M.S., see Church Missionary Society; Church Missionary Society; Missions, Christian; Empire, British; Geography; Literature, mission
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Henry VIII and the English military establishment. Raymond, James J.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Barry, Jonathan; Black, Jeremy
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1547
     Index terms: Military establishment, Tudor; Henry VIII (1491-1547), king
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

‘In this moment of alarm and peril’: female education, religion and politics in the late 18th century with special reference to Catherine Macaulay and Hannah More. Ashley, Annette M.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Macauley, Catherine Elizabeth (1778?-1841), Roman Catholic nun; Politics, and education; Religion, and education; Education, female; More, Hannah (1745–1833), writer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Kent V.A.D.: the work of Voluntary Aid Detachments in Kent during the First World War. Basford, Hazel Bruce
     M.Phil., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark L.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: V.A.D., see Voluntary Aid Detachments; Voluntary Aid Detachments; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

Labour colonial policy and the Fabian Colonial Bureau, 1945-51. Harding, Clare L.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1951
     Index terms: Fabian Colonial Bureau; Colonial policy; Labour party; Empire, British
     Categories: 20th Century

Labour politics and society in south Yorkshire, 1939-51. Trickett, Andrew S.
     Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam. (Hist.). Supervised by Baxendale, John D.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1951
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Local politics; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

Lessons to learn: Charlotte Mason’s house of education and resistance to taxonomic drift, 1892-1960. Beckman, Jack E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1960
     Index terms: Taxonomic drift; Mason, Charlotte Maria Shaw (18421923), teacher; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Lincolnshire rural women, their employment, and representation in contemporary written records, c.1800-1875. Ulyatt, Donna J.
     Ph.D., Lincoln.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1875
     Index terms: Employment, rural, of women; Lincolnshire; Women, rural
     Categories: Economic history; Cultural history; Gender and Women; Social history; 18th-19th Century

Masculinity, morality and hunting, c.1850-1950. McKenzie, Callum Campbell
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1950
     Index terms: Hunting; Morality; Masculinity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Middle-England diocese, middle-England Catholicism': the development of the Roman Catholic diocese of Nottingham, 1850-1915. Foster, Graham P.
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hum.). Supervised by Cragoe, Matthew F.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1915
     Index terms: Nottingham, diocese; Roman Catholic church; Dioceses
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

New modelling English government: biblical hermeneutics, Jewish polity and constitutional forms during the Interregnum, 1649-60. Ferdon, Gai F.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Coffey, John R.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1660
     Index terms: Interregnum (1649-60); Jewish polity; Biblical hermeneutics; Constitution
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Paper ghosts: the almanack and year book, 1790-1860. Allaway, Jill
     Ph.D., Huddersfield.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1860
     Index terms: Almanacks; Year books
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Planning and rebuilding in the English country town: Worcester and Bedford, 1939-60. Motouchi, Naoki
     Ph.D., Luton. (Hist.). Supervised by Clapson, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1960
     Index terms: Worcester; Town planning; Bedford
     Categories: 20th Century

Principle and practice: an analysis of 19th- and 20th-century euthanasia debates, 1854-1969. Campbell, Lorna J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Sc. Stud. Unit). Supervised by Boyd, K.; Sturdy, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1969
     Index terms: Euthanasia
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Public health and poverty in a rapidly developing town: Llanelly, 1849-1914. Arnold, Anne
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1849–1914
     Index terms: Poverty, in Wales; Llanelly; Public health, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Quaker women and education from the late 18th to the mid 19th century. Leach, Camilla
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1850
     Categories: Science and technology; Medicine; Gender and Women; Education; Art and Architecture; 18th-19th Century

Re-evaluating the performance of a nationalised industry: the National Freight Corporation, 1947-82. Carroll, Alan
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1982
     Index terms: National Freight Corporation; Nationalisation, industrial; Industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Rural discontent in Derbyshire, 1830-50. Jones, Alan F.
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Shoemaker, Robert B.; Martin, David E.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1850
     Index terms: Rural discontent; Derbyshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sanitary reform, civic politics and ideas of health in Wales, 1870-1900: with special reference to Swansea. Roberts, Owen G.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Aled G.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: Politics, civic, in Wales; Sanitary reform, in Wales; Wales; Public health, in Wales; Swansea, Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Scotland the real': the representation of traditional music in Scottish tourism. Stevenson, Lesley
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Tourism, in Scotland; Music, Scottish traditional; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

Scottish Presbyterians and Anglo-Scottish Union, 1707. Stephen, Jeffrey
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Macinnes, Allan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1707–1707
     Index terms: Union, of England and Scotland; Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Scotland; Scotland, and England
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Secondary education and the working class: Wigan, 1920-70. Heyes, Malcolm K.
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1970
     Index terms: Working classes; Class, social; Education, secondary; Wigan, ???
     Categories: 20th Century

Social role of the Lads' Clubs in Manchester, 1880s-1914. Clark, Joan
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: Lads' Clubs; Young people; Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Some aspects of the history of Poor Law provision in Cardiff during the 19th century. Williams, Marian
     M.Phil., Wales. (Cardiff Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Jones, William D.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Poor Law, in Wales; Cardiff; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Special daughters of Rome: Glasgow and its Roman Catholic Sisters, 1847-1913. Kehoe, Sara K.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1847–1913
     Index terms: Scotland; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Scotland; Glasgow; Nuns, Roman Catholic, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The British in India and their domiciled brethren: race and class in the colonial context, 1858-1930. Mizutani, Satoshi
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Washbrook, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1930
     Index terms: Class, social, in India; Race, in India; India; Empire, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

The career and works of Samuel Harsnett, archbishop of York, 1561-1631. Pearce, Michael
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Heal, Felicity M.
     Chronological coverage: 1581–1631
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; York, archbishopric; Harsnett, Samuel (1561-1631), archbishop of York; Archbishopric, see York
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development and social history of cricket in Cornwall, 1815-81. Clarke, Ian D.
     Ph.D., De Montfort.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1881
     Index terms: Cricket; Cornwall
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of Roman Catholic education in Birmingham from the early 19th century to c.1970: provision and control. Worsley, Margaret
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Educ.). Supervised by Watts, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1970
     Index terms: Roman Catholic church; Education, Roman Catholic; Birmingham
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the Monday Club and its contribution to the Conservative party and the modern British Right, 1961-90. Mason, Lisa
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1990
     Index terms: Right, political; Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; Monday Club
     Categories: 20th Century

The discourse of human nature: the science of man in 18th-century Britain. Young, Ronnie Buchanan
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Human nature; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'The garden that I love': middle-class identity, gender and the English domestic garden, 1880-1914. Brewis, Monica
     Ph.D., Brighton. (Hist. & Crit. Stud.). Supervised by Maguire, Patrick J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: Class, social; Gender; Identity, middle-class; Gardens, domestic; Middle classes
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The geographies of genteel women and the production of space in Bath, 1702-61. Williams, Jonathan S.
     M.Sc., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1702–1761
     Index terms: Bath, ???; Space; Gentility, female; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; 18th Century

The impact of foreign direct investment in U.K. manufacturing, 1974-95. Robinson, Catherine
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1995
     Index terms: Investment, foreign; Manufacturing industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The impact on the county of Kent of the French Revolution, 1789-1802. Cooper, Cyril
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Ditchfield, Grayson
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1802
     Index terms: France, and Kent; French Revolution; Kent
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The intellectual origins of Victorian ritual magic. Butler, Alison L.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Hutton, Ronald E.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Magic, ritual
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The metric tun: standardisation, quantification and industrialisation in the British brewing industry, 1760-1830. Sumner, James Brinton
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1830
     Index terms: Metrication, in the brewing industry; Industrialisation, in the brewing industry; Quantification, in the brewing industry; Standardisation, in the brewing industry; Brewing industry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The minority voice: Hubert Butler, southern Protestantism and intellectual dissent, 1930-72. Tobin, Robert B.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1972
     Index terms: Protestantism, in Ireland; Butler, Hubert (1900-91), Irish writer; Ireland, Republic; Intellectual dissent, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The past and the public: archaeology and the periodical press in 19th-century Britain. Phillips, James
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Press, periodical; Archaeology
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The penal thought and practice of Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, secretary of state for the Home Department, February 1910 to October 1911. Baxendale, Alan S.
     M.Phil., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1911
     Index terms: Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874-1965), prime minister; Home Department; Penal policy, see Policy; Policy, penal
     Categories: 20th Century

The provision, building and architecture of Anglican churches in the north of Ireland, 1600-1740. Roulston, William J.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1740
     Index terms: Northern Ireland; Churches, Anglican, in Northern Ireland; Architecture, church
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The reading of Newton in the early 18th century: tories and Newtonianism. Friesen, John P.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1720
     Index terms: Newton, Sir Isaac (1642-1727), mathematician; Science; Tories
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The relationship between working-class culture and working-class politics in Birmingham, 1929-39. Wheeler, Daniel
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1939
     Index terms: Politics, working-class; Working classes; Culture, working-class; Class, social; Birmingham
     Categories: 20th Century

The reputation of George Buchanan (1506-82) in the British Atlantic world before 1832. Erskine, Caroline F.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1526–1832
     Index terms: Buchanan, George (1506-82), poet and historian; Atlantic world
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Territorial Force in Staffordshire, 1908-15. Thornton, Andrew
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1908–1915
     Index terms: Territorial Force; Staffordshire; Army; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

The U.K. petrol filling station to 1990, with particular reference to London and Middlesex. Whitehouse, Peter
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Geog.). Supervised by Yelling, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1990
     Index terms: London; Petrol filling stations; Middlesex
     Categories: 20th Century

'This most pernicious species of crime': embezzlement in its public and private dimensions, c.1850-1930. Locker, John P.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1930
     Index terms: Embezzlement; Crime
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Training for service: an examination of change and development in the Bible College movement in the U.K., 1873-2002. Cheesman, C.J.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1873–2002
     Index terms: Bible College movement; Education, religious
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Transformations and adaptations: the English landed gentry, 1870-1939. Rothery, Mark D.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thorpe, Andrew; Rees, Timothy
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1939
     Index terms: Gentry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Visible Welshness: performing Welshness at the national Eisteddfod in the 20th century. Bernard, Kimberley J.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Morgan, Prys T.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Eisteddfod; Welshness; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

War planning and strategic development in the Royal Navy, 1887-1918. Grimes, Shawn
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1887–1918
     Index terms: Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Within their sphere? Women's correspondence to Aberdeen daily newspapers, 1900-18. Pedersen, Sarah
     Ph.D., Robert Gordon.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1918
     Index terms: Press, newspaper, in Scotland; Correspondence, female; Women, in Scotland; Scotland; Aberdeen
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Women in the rural society of south-west Wales, c.1780-1870. Thomas, Wilma R.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1870
     Index terms: Wales; Society, rural; Women
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century

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Agricultural change in the lowlands of south Yorkshire with special reference to the manor of Hatfield, 1600-c.1875. Byford, Daniel
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1875
     Index terms: Hatfield manor (Yorks.); Yorkshire; Agriculture, in Yorkshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A history of Britain's volunteer cavalry, 1776-1908. Gilks, Andrew D.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1908
     Index terms: Cavalry, volunteer; Military
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

A life-cycle approach to manufactured objects: metal cooking vessels in 18th-century England, relating to production, distribution and use. Dannehl, Karin
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Trade, in metal cooking vessels
     Categories: 18th Century

A musical souvenir: London in 1829. Davies, James Q.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Music). Supervised by Parker, R.
     Chronological coverage: 1829–1829
     Index terms: Music; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An analysis of the National Unemployed Workers Movement. Simons, Guadalupe H.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1939
     Index terms: National Unemployed Workers Movement
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

An analysis of the significance of halls of residence in English civic universities during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Raymont, Philip R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Educ.). Supervised by Gardner, P.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Education, higher; Halls of residence, university; Universities
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An assessment of the contribution of the Church of Scotland to school education, 1771-1872, focusing in particular on the work of the General Assembly Education Committee, 1824-72. Steven, John
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1771–1872
     Index terms: General Assembly Education Committee, of the Church of Scotland; Church of Scotland; Education, school
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An exploration of Labour party policy and debates on national newspaper ownership, 1972-2002. Tunney, Sean
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1972–2002
     Index terms: Press, newspaper; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

An investigation into the roots of E.L.T., with a particular focus on the career and legacy of Harold E. Palmer (1877-1949). Smith, Richard C.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1897–1949
     Index terms: E.L.T., see English Language Teaching; Palmer, Harold Edward (1877-1949), linguist and teacher; English Language Teaching; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of a microhistory of Sparsholt, Hampshire, in the 19th century. Young, Roger N.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (U.C. Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by James, Thomas B.; Allen, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Sparsholt, Hants.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Autonomous ministry and ecclesiastical authority: the revival of the female diaconate in the Church of England, 1850-1900. Blackmore, Henrietta
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Women, and religion; Diaconate, female; Ministry, autonomous, in the Church of England; Church of England, from 16th cent.; Ecclesiastical authority
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A war remembered: commemoration, battlefield tourism and British collective memory of the Great War. Edwards, Peter J.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomson, Alistair S.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–2000
     Index terms: World War I; Battlefield tourism; Commemoration
     Categories: 20th Century

Between love and aggression: John Bowlby's psychology in inter-war Britain. Mayhew, Benjamin C.
     M.Phil., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Cooter, Roger; Neve, Michael R.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Bowlby, Edward John Mostyn (1907-90), psychiatrist; Psychology
     Categories: 20th Century

‘Both diligent and secret’: the intelligence letters of William Herle. Adams, Robyn J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1589
     Index terms: Herle, William (d. 1588/9), intelligence agent; Intelligence, secret
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Bringing the Renaissance to Tudor England: the role of Richard Fox and his frieze at St. Cross, Winchester. Riall, Nicholas J.E.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Law, John E.
     Chronological coverage: 1501–1528
     Index terms: St. Cross, hospital, Winchester; Fox, Richard (1447/8-1528), bishop of Winchester; Art; Winchester, Hants.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Britain's crisis of confidence: how Whitehall planned Britain's retreat from the extra-European world, 1959-68. Christie, Ross
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by McKean, Robert B.; Peden, George C.
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1968
     Index terms: Foreign relations, beyond Europe; Whitehall
     Categories: 20th Century

British electric tramcar design, 1900-62. Pender, Karen J.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Chant, Colin W.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1962
     Index terms: Tramcars, electric; Transport
     Categories: 20th Century

British government and press perceptions of and policy preferences for European integration during the Macmillan years: discourse between the estates and the search for policy. Tawil, Mark A.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1964
     Index terms: European integration; Macmillan, (Maurice) Harold (1894-1986), prime minister and 1st earl of Stockton; Press, newspaper
     Categories: 20th Century

British society in 18th-century Levant: the factory communities behind 'the Turkey trade'. Laidlaw, Christine M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Trade, with the Levant; 'Turkey trade'; Levant, and Britain; Factories, in the Levant
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century

Bronterre O'Brien, class and the advent of democratic anti-capitalism: the social and political ideas of Chartism’s 'schoolmaster'. Maw, Ben
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Thompson, Noel W.
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1864
     Index terms: Class, social; O'Brien, James 'Bronterre' (1804-64), Chartist; Chartism; Anti-capitalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Building society: body, city and home, 1830-1914. Crook, Thomas
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Joyce, Patrick J.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1914
     Index terms: Urban development
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Buying votes: purchasable propaganda in the 20th-century women’s suffrage movement. Mercer, John
     Ph.D., Portsmouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1928
     Index terms: Propaganda; Suffrage, female; Women, suffrage
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Catholicism and capitalist social order in Ireland, 1907-73: an historical institutionalist analysis. L’Estrange, Sean
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1973
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Ireland; Ireland; Social order, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Catholics in a changing Scotland: the archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, 1878-1965. Turnbull, Michael T. Rio Branco
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1965
     Index terms: St. Andrews, Scotland, archdiocese; Scotland; Roman Catholics, in Scotland; Edinburgh, archdiocese, Scotland; Church, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Charitable bequests in Durham in the 17th century: a study of the purpose, organisation and beneficiaries. Bell, Vera
     Ph.D., Sunderland. (Arts, Design, Media & Culture). Supervised by Rushton, Peter; Morgan, Gwenda
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Charitable bequests; Durham
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Charnwood forest: population, landownership and environmental perception, c.1775-1914. Davis, Vernon E.L.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1914
     Index terms: Landownership; Population; Charnwood forest, ???; Environment; Forests
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Cheltenham College: school for empire, 1841-1914. Payne, Geoffrey
     Ph.D., Staffordshire. (Hum.: Hist.). Supervised by Richards, Shaun; Ashton, Owen
     Chronological coverage: 1841–1914
     Index terms: Cheltenham college; Education, secondary; Empire, British
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Chemistry and the British railway industry, 1830-1923. Hudson, John
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Roberts, Gerrylynn K.; Russell, Colin A.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1923
     Index terms: Science; Chemistry; Railways; Transport
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Choosing to be deaf: leisure and sport in the deaf community of north-west England, 1945-95. Atherton, Martin
     Ph.D., De Montfort.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1995
     Index terms: Leisure; Deaf community; Sport
     Categories: 20th Century

Chosen children? The legalisation of adoption in England and its aftermath, 1918-39. Keating, Jennifer E.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Adoption; Children
     Categories: 20th Century

'Clothing the common sort, 1570 to 1700': a study based on evidence from probate accounts and poor relief records. Mee, Susan
     Ph.D., Roehampton University. Supervised by Peter Edwards; Margaret Spufford
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1720
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; 16th-17th Century; Social history; Science and technology; Local and regional history; Economic history; Cultural history

Coercion and compromise: Lancashire provincial politics and the creation of the English republic, c.1648-1653. Craven, Alexander J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Philips, Colin B.
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1653
     Index terms: Politics, provincial; Lancashire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Conceptions of work: occupational classification in the British isles, 1660-1911. Woollard, Matthew
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Higgs, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1911
     Index terms: Occupationial classification
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Contested identities: active women religious in 19th-century England and Wales. Mangion, Carmen M.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Women religious, in Wales; Religion, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 18th-19th Century

Continental warfare and British military thought, 1859-80: how the issues were explored and their impact on change. Hampshire, Anthony
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1880
     Index terms: Military thought; Warfare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Continuity and change within the rural community of Skirbeck wapentake in Lincolnshire, 1901-71. Dale, Keith
     M.Phil., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1901–1971
     Index terms: Skirbeck wapentake (Lincs.); Lincolnshire
     Categories: 20th Century

Courtaulds and the hosiery and knitwear industry: a study of acquisition, merger and decline. Rudd, Bramwell G.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Wrigley, Christopher J.; Chapman, Stanley D.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–2000
     Index terms: Cloth manufacture; Knitwear industry; Hosiery industry; Courtaulds
     Categories: 20th Century

Creativity within constraint: a study of married middle-class women's negotiation of household space, c.1870-1914. Devonport, Alexandra
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Chichester: Hist.). Supervised by Behagg, Clive; Morgan, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Middle classes; Women, married; Household space; Class, social
     Categories: Cultural history; Art and Architecture; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Crisis mortality in 18th-century eastern Sussex. Hellman, Geoffrey
     M.Phil., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Sussex; Mortality
     Categories: 18th Century

Cultural and political nationalism in Ireland: myths and memories of the Easter Rising, 1916. Githens-Mazer, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E.)
     Chronological coverage: 1916–2000
     Index terms: East Rising (1916); Nationalism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Curiosity, commerce and conversation in the writing of London horticulturalists during the early 18th century. Coulton, Richard X.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1725
     Index terms: Gardens, Gardening; Horticulture, see Gardens, Gardening; London
     Categories: 18th Century

Dan Leno: cultural hegemony in the Victorian popular theatre. Radcliffe, Caroline
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Drama)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1904
     Index terms: Cultural hegemony; Leno, Dan (George Wild Galvin) (1860-1904), comedian; Theatre, popular
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Dealing with defeat: opposition in Britain, 1945-97. Kemp, Robert
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1997
     Index terms: Opposition politics; Political defeat
     Categories: 20th Century

Designed landscapes of the minor gentry of Cardiganshire. Hood, Linda M.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Lampeter)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Landscape, designed, in Wales; Cardiganshire; Wales; Gentry, in Wales
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Directed to the mines: the Bevin boys, 1943-8. Kneif, Mary Ann
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark L.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1948
     Index terms: Bevin, Ernest (1881-1951), politician; Bevin boys; Mines, Mining; Children
     Categories: 20th Century

'Disillusion before dissolution?' Religious houses and society in early 16th-century Warwickshire, 1500-40. Blackmore, Alan L.
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1540
     Index terms: Warwickshire; see also Monasticism, Monasteries, Monastic houses; Religious houses
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Distinctions of reason and reasonable distinctions: the academic life of John Wallis (1616-1703). Rampelt, Jason M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.). Supervised by Mandelbrote, Scott H.
     Chronological coverage: 1636–1703
     Index terms: Wallis, John (1616-1703), mathematician
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Dominican education in Ireland, 1820-1930. Kealy, Maire
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Barber, Sarah E.; Mullet, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1930
     Index terms: Dominicans, in Ireland; Ireland; Education, religious, in Ireland; Monastic houses, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Dover's bunker mentality: Dover, its people and its tunnels in two world wars. Semple, Rory
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Welch, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1945
     Index terms: Dover, Kent; World War II; World War I; Military fortifications, in Dover
     Categories: 20th Century

Dyfodiad y rheilffordd i ganolbarth Cymru, 1845-70. (In Welsh medium.). Rhys, H. Gethin
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by O'Leary, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1870
     Index terms: Transport, in Wales; Railways, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Elias Ashmole and the 'uses of antiquity'. Feola, Vittoria
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Mandlebrote, Scott H.
     Chronological coverage: 1637–1692
     Index terms: Ashmole, Elias (1617-92), antiquary; Antiquity
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Empire, religion and national identity: Scottish Christian imperialism in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Breitenbach, Esther M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1920
     Index terms: Imperialism; National identity, see Identity, national; Scotland; Religion, and empire; Empire, British; Christians, Christianity, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Explaining changes in political party fortunes in Greater London, 1918-31. Steel, Adrian M.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Ramsden, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1931
     Index terms: Party politics, in London; London
     Categories: 20th Century

Family and politics in Scotland, 1578-1596: with particular reference to the Master of Glamis. Lyon, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Peden, George C.; Dingwall, Helen M.
     Chronological coverage: 1578–1596
     Index terms: Family, in Scotland; Scotland; Lyon, Sir Thomas, of Auldbar (c.1546–1608), master of Glamis; Politics, in Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Family formation, male occupation and the nature of parochial registration in England, c.1538-1837. Kitson, Peter M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Richard M.
     Chronological coverage: 1538–1837
     Index terms: Parochial registration; Occupation, male; Family; Parishes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Farmsteads in north-east Shropshire: a study of development and change within the period c.1750-1881. Hoyle, Judith A.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1881
     Index terms: Shropshire; Agriculture
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Female Friendly Societies in industrialising England, 1780-1850. Reader, Nicola S.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Honeyman, Katrina
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Index terms: Women; Friendly Societies, female; Industrialisation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Foreign fields: identity and location in soldiers’ writings of the First World War. Pegum, John M.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Tate, T.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Correspondence, soldiers'; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

Foreign news gathering and reporting in the London and Devon press - the Anglo-Zulu war, 1879: a case study. Mannings, Stephen
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1879–1879
     Index terms: Press, newspaper, in Devon; Devon; London; Press, newspaper, in London; Anglo-Zulu war (1879); South Africa, and Britain
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From assimilation to anti-racism: the Church of England's response to Afro-Caribbean migration, 1948-81. Burton, Edson
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Goulbourne, Harry; Dresser, Madge J.
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1981
     Index terms: Afro-Caribbeans, in England; Church of England, from 16th cent.; Migration, Afro-Caribbean
     Categories: 20th Century

'From Dolly's Brae to Westminster': the Loyal Orange Institution in Ireland, c.1849-1886. Mattison, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1849–1886
     Index terms: see also Northern Ireland; Ireland; Loyal Orange Institution; Politics, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From the Glorious Revolution to the French revolutionary wars: civil-military relations in north-east England during the 18th century. Christiansen, David
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Salmon, Patrick J.K.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1789
     Index terms: Revolution, see French Revolution, Glorious Revolution; French Revolution (1789); Glorious Revolution (1688); Civil-military relations
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Gender and ministry: the experience of early women Congregational ministers. Thorpe, Kirsten
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Relig. & Theol.). Supervised by Graham, Elaine L.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1997
     Index terms: Ministry, religious; Gender; Congregational ministers, female; Women; Religion
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 20th Century

Gender, politics and Irish national identity in the 1790s. Kennedy, Catriona
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Rendall, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1800
     Index terms: Politics, in Ireland; National identity, in Ireland; Gender, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Guernsey, 1814-1914: migration in a modernising society. Crossan, Rose-Marie
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1814–1914
     Index terms: Migration; Guernsey
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Have you forgotten yet?' Shell shock, trauma and the memory of the Great War in Britain, 1914-30. Reid, Fiona
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Beddoe, Deirdre; Hannam, June B.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1930
     Index terms: Mental health; Trauma; Shell shock; World War I; Memory; Commemoration
     Categories: 20th Century

Health and safety in the collieries of the East Midlands, 1850-1911. Kitteringham, Donald B.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Wrigley, Christopher J.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1911
     Index terms: Health and safety, in mines; East Midlands; Mines, Mining; Collieries
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Henry Neville and English republicanism in the 17th century. Mahlberg, Gaby
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Knights, Mark; Davies, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1694
     Index terms: Neville, Henry (1620-94), politician; Republicanism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Holiness, civilisation and the Victorian deaf: a social history of signing and speech in late Victorian England, 1865-95. Pemberton, Neil A.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1895
     Index terms: Deafness; Civilisation; Signing; see also sanctity; Holiness; Speech
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Hop cultivation and marketing: Wealden Kent and Southwark, 1744-2000. Cordle, Celia
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1744–2000
     Index terms: London, Southwark; Wealden Kent; Hop cultivation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Identity, class and gender: cotton workers in Bolton and Oldham, 1920-50. Brookes, Victoria
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, A. Penny; Barker, Hannah
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1950
     Index terms: Gender; Cotton manufacture; Class, social; Identity; Bolton, ???; Oldham, ???
     Categories: 20th Century

'Improvements in the art of healing': William Heberden (1710-1801) and the emergence of modern medicine in 18th-century England. Vaughan, Louella K.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pelling, Margaret H.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1801
     Index terms: Heberden, William (1710-1801), physician; Heberden, William, the elder (1710-1801); Medicine
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Insanity, idiocy and responsibility: criminal defences in northern England and southern Scotland, 1660-1830. Adamson, David J.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Houston, Robert A.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1830
     Index terms: Criminality; Responsibility; Idiocy; Insanity; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

In search of perfection: ecclesiology in the life and works of John Colet as dean of St. Paul's cathedral, 1505-19. Arnold, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Theol.). Supervised by Crankshaw, David
     Chronological coverage: 1505–1519
     Index terms: Church of England, from 16th cent.; Ecclesiology; St. Paul's cathedral; Colet, John (1467-1519), dean of St. Paul's cathedral
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Intelligence and command at the operational level of war: the British 8th Army's experience during the Italian campaign in the Second World War, 1943-5. Jones, Kevin L.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by French, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1945
     Index terms: World War II; Eighth Army; Intelligence, military; Italy; Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Inventing economic imperialism: British Liberals change their minds about capitalism and war. Proudman, Mark F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: see also Anti-capitalism; Capitalism; Economic imperialism; Liberals, Liberalism, Liberal party
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Irish migration to the Scottish north-east. Kenny, Kevin
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Harper, Marjory-Ann D.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Ireland, and Scotland; Migration, Irish, to Scotland; Scotland, and Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Isaac Newton and the historians. Miller, Susan A.
     M.Phil., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Sutton, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1727
     Index terms: Newton, Sir Isaac (1642-1727), mathematician
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

It's time for women of the 1950s to stand up and be counted. Freeguard, Joyce
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1960
     Index terms: Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Political history; 20th Century

J.B.S. Haldane and the attempt to construct a Marxist biology. Hammond, Andy
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Harwood, Jonathan H.
     Chronological coverage: 1912–1964
     Index terms: Biology, Marxist; Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson (1892-1964), biologist; Science
     Categories: 20th Century

John Horsfall and Sons Ltd., Halifax: a history of a Yorkshire textile manufacturer, 1857-1950. Horsfall, William L.
     M.Phil., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Laybourn, Keith; Woodfine, Philip L.
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1950
     Index terms: Halifax, Yorkshire; Yorkshire; Manufacturing; Textile manufacture; John Horsfall and Sons Ltd., Halifax
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

‘Just ae wee woman’: Dundee, the Communist party and the feminisation of socialism in the life and works of Mary Brooksbank. Tolland, Siobhan
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1960
     Index terms: Brooksbank, Mary Watson (1897-1978), political activist; Socialism; Communist party, in Scotland; Dundee; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

Juvenile delinquency: contemporary analogies and Victorian parallels. Abbott, Jane
     Ph.D., Nottingham Trent. (Int. Stud.). Supervised by Rowbotham, Judith D.; Stevenson, Kim
     Chronological coverage: 1837–2000
     Index terms: Young people, delinquency of; Juvenile delinquency
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Labour and the proletarian city: a study of politics in Salford, 1919-32. Henry, John F.
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Adams, Tony J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1932
     Index terms: Local politics; Labour party; Salford
     Categories: 20th Century

Lady Damaris Masham: an appraisal of a 17th-century gentlewoman. Baker, Kathleen C.
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1678–1708
     Index terms: Masham, Damaris, Lady Masham (1658-1708)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Landlords and property in the East End of London from the late Victorian period to the First World War. Paton, Monica M.B.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Geog.). Supervised by Yelling, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: London, East End; Property holding; Landlords
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Landownership and estate management in Lincolnshire, 1530-1750: with special reference to the Carres of Sleaford and the Brownlows of Belton. Stevens, Sheila
     M.Phil., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1750
     Index terms: Carre family, Sleaford, Lincs.; Estate management; Landownership; Lincolnshire; Brownlow family, Belton, Lincs.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Learning, grass roots organisation and social change: reflections on individuals, class and community. Burge, Alun
     M.Phil., Glamorgan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Education; Class, social
     Categories: 20th Century

Liberalism and empire in Victorian Britain: a study in ideas. Hirasawa, Rio
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Liberalism; Empire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Life before Darwin: body, mind and soul in Britain, 1815-59. Poon, Heidi Ya Heung
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1859
     Index terms: Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-82), naturalist; Body; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Living curiosities: human ethnological exhibitions in London, 1800-55. Qureshi, Sadiah
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.). Supervised by Secord, Jim A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1855
     Index terms: Exhibitions, Ethnological; Ethnology; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

L.M.S. carriage design, 1923-39. Moore, Rachel
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Divall, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1939
     Index terms: Railway carriages; London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company; Transport
     Categories: 20th Century

Locating a place and its people: Ceredigion and the Cardi, c.1760-2004. Benbough-Jackson, Michael
     Ph.D., Wales. (Lampeter Hist.). Supervised by Borsay, Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1760–2004
     Index terms: Cardi, in Wales; Ceredigion; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Logistics and counter-insurgency: procurement, supply and communications in the Irish war of independence, 1919-21. Kautt, William H.
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Jeffery, Keith
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1922
     Index terms: Procurement, military, in Ireland; Counter-insurgency, in Ireland; Logistics, military, in Ireland; Supply, military, in Ireland; War of independence, Irish (1919-21); Ireland; Communications, military, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Made in Manchester: were the Pankhurst girls merely products of their environment?. Martin, Karen J.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1961
     Index terms: Pankhurst, (Estelle) Sylvia (1882-1960); Pankhurst, Dame Christabel Harriette (1880-1958); Suffrage; Manchester; Walsh, Adela Constantia Mary Pankhurst (1885-1961); Women
     Categories: 20th Century

Mapping Unionism: a comparative study of the evolution of Ulster Unionism since the 1960s. Boucher, Joan
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–2000
     Index terms: Unionism; Ulster Unionism; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Maritime trade of the port of Maldon, c.1568-1668. Cook, Bronwen
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Walter, John D.
     Chronological coverage: 1568–1668
     Index terms: Maritime trade, see Trade, maritime; Ports; Maldon, Essex; Trade, maritime
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Materialising gender: identity and middle-class domestic interiors, 1850-1910. Hamlett, Jane E.
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1910
     Index terms: Middle classes; Class, social; Identity; Gender; Domestic interiors
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Matthew Stewart, 4th earl of Lennox and the politics of Britain, c.1543-1571. Macauley, Sarah J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Alford, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1543–1571
     Index terms: Stewart, Matthew, 4th earl of Lennox (1516-71), regent of Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Mental hygiene to civil rights: MIND and the problematic of personhood, c.1900-c.1980. Toms, Jonathan P.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Hayward, Rhodri; Neve, Michael R.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1980
     Index terms: Civil rights; Mental health; MIND
     Categories: 20th Century

Merchants, markets and the monopoly of the East India Company: the salt trade in Bengal under colonial control, c.1790-1836. Miki, Sayako
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1836
     Index terms: Merchants, in India; Salt trade, in India; Bengal, India; India, British; Trade, salt, in India; East India Company
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

Michael Logue, the Catholic Church and public affairs in Northern Ireland, 1879-1924. Privilege, John
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Jeffery, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1887–1924
     Index terms: Roman Catholic church, in Northern Ireland; Logue, Michael (1840-1924), Roman Catholic archbishop of Armagh and cardinal; Northern Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Modern living? Domestic advice literature and design discourse in post-war Britain. Lees-Maffei, Grace
     Ph.D., Portsmouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Literature, domestic advice; Design
     Categories: 20th Century

Mr. Punch and Mr. Sloper: graphic satire, comic journalism and 19th-century English print culture. Lovejoy, Robert
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Barker, Hannah
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Journalism, comic; Cartoons; Print culture; Satire, graphic; Press, newspaper; Press, periodical
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Natural history societies in Victorian Scotland: towards a historical geography of civic science. Finnegan, Diarmid A.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Scotland; Historical geography; Natural history societies, in Scotland; Science, civic
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Naval defence policy and the House of Commons: a study of parliamentary commentary over naval issues, 1919-29. Westphal, Jr, Raymond W.
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1929
     Index terms: Parliament; House of Commons; Defence, naval
     Categories: 20th Century

'No finery': the dress of the poor in 19th-century England. Richmond, Tina
     M.Phil., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.). Supervised by Killingray, David; Alexander, Sally
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: "see also" Fashion; Dress
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Nursing in Cardiff during the First World War. Brady, Sara
     Ph.D., Wales. (Lampeter Hist.). Supervised by Borsay, Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I; Wales; Cardiff; Nurses, Nursing
     Categories: 20th Century

Open for business: textile manufacture in Northamptonshire, c.1685-1800. Raybould, Wendy
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1685–1800
     Index terms: Northamptonshire; Trade, textile; Textile manufacture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Open spaces and the modern metropolis: evolution and preservation in London and Tokyo, c.1830-c.1930. Sakai, Aya
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Geog.). Supervised by Gilbert, David
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1930
     Index terms: London; Space, in Tokyo; Space, in London; Tokyo, Japan; Japan
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

Ordering disorderly women: female drunkenness in England, c.1870-1920. Morrison, Bronwyn L.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1920
     Index terms: Women; Alcohol; Drunkenness, female
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history; Legal history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Parliamentary elections and politics in County Armagh, 1776-1800. McGleenon, Cornelius F.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1800
     Index terms: Elections, in Ireland; Armagh, County; Ireland; Politics, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th Century

Partition and unity: Ireland's last rugby international in Belfast. Rigby, Victor
     M.A., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by French, Christopher J.; Warwick-Haller, Sally E.
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1954
     Index terms: Rugby Union internationals, in Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland; Belfast; Sport
     Categories: 20th Century

Patenting dyes and drugs in Britain, 1860-1960: case studies on the role of patents in chemical science and industry. Muhammad, Amran
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Hughes, Jeff A.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1960
     Index terms: Science; Chemical industry; Chemical science; Drugs, patenting; Patents, scientific; Dyes, patenting
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Paying for pedigree? British business schools and the Master of Business Administration degree. Workman, Joanne M.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–2000
     Index terms: M.B.A., see Master of Business Administration degree; Master of Business Administration degree; Education, higher, business
     Categories: 20th Century

Personal and public ways of commemorating and memorialising the Great War. Gittins, Janet E.
     M.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Howkins, Alun J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–2000
     Index terms: World War I; Commemoration
     Categories: 20th Century

Pots in use: ceramics, behaviour and change in the early modern period, 1580-1700. Kent, Oliver J.
     Ph.D., Staffordshire.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1700
     Index terms: Ceramics; Pottery
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Prescribing and proscribing: the public-private relationship in the treatment of drug addiction in England, 1970-99. Mars, Sarah G.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.H.T.M.). Supervised by Berridge, Virgina
     Chronological coverage: 1970–2999
     Index terms: Addiction, see Drug addiction; Drug addiction; Public health
     Categories: 20th Century

Private lives and patriotism: a study of attitudes to sex and venereal disease in wartime Britain, 1914-18. Payne, Emily S.
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Venereal disease; Public health; Sex; Patriotism; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Private lives and patriotism: a study of attitudes to sex and venereal disease in wartime Britain, 1914 - 1918. Payne, Emily
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark L.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Public health; Venereal disease; Sex
     Categories: 20th Century

Professionalism and the development of military intelligence in Wellington's army, 1809-14. Romans, Mark
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Woolgar, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1809–1814
     Index terms: Intelligence, military; Army; Wellesley, Arthur (1769-1852), 1st duke of Wellington
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Prostitutes, fallen women and friendless girls: policing female sexual morality in Northern Ireland, 1900-45. McCormick, Leanne V.
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Greta
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1945
     Index terms: Women, in Northern Ireland; Prostitutes, Prostitution, in Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland; Sexual morality, female, in Northern Ireland
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Provision of housing and power relations in rural England, 1834-1914. Ayres, Martin
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Richard G.; Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1914
     Index terms: Housing, rural
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Putting the monsters in order: revealing the nature of the early modern monstrous. Stagg, Kevin
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Walker, Garthine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Monsters
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Quakers in society in north-east Norfolk, 1690-1800. Stevens, Sylvia
     Ph.D., Sunderland. (Arts, Design, Media & Culture). Supervised by Berringer, Christopher; Dandelion, Ben
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1800
     Index terms: Society; Quakers, Quakerism; Norfolk
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Recruitment, training and knowledge transfer in the London Dyers' Company, 1649-1826. Feldman, Roger A.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1826
     Index terms: Recruitment; Trade; Training; Dyers' Company; London; Knowledge transfer
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Redefining 'loyalism' and 'radicalism' and national identity: Lancashire under the threat of Napoleon, 1798-1812. Navickas, Katrina A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, John
     Chronological coverage: 1798–1812
     Index terms: Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), emperor of France; Lancashire; Radicalism; Loyalism; National identity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Reforming nationhood: England in the literature of the Tudor imperial age, 1509-53. Mottram, Stewart J.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1553
     Index terms: Literature, and nationhood
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Reform of the House of Lords in British politics, 1970-92. Lamport, Timothy E.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1992
     Index terms: Government; House of Lords
     Categories: 20th Century

Re-imagining the healthy social body: medicine, welfare and health reform in Manchester, 1880-1910. Heggie, Vanessa
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Worboys, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1910
     Index terms: Welfare, medical; Public health; Medicine; Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Religion, politics and polemic in 17th-century England: the public career of Henry Burton, 1625-48. Rowlstone, Stephen
     Ph.D., Kent. (Canterbury Christ Church: Hist.). Supervised by Eales, Jacqueline S.
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1648
     Index terms: Polemic; Politics; Religion; Burton, Henry (bap. 1578, d. 1647/8), minister
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Representations of gin in 18th-century London, c.1736-c.1760. Orrells, Katie
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Glaisyer, Natasha A. F.
     Chronological coverage: 1736–1760
     Index terms: London; Gin, Gin drinking; Alcohol
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Richard Crossman: a critical biography. Honeyman, Victoria C.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1974
     Index terms: Crossman, Richard Howard Stafford (1907-74), politician
     Categories: 20th Century

'Rime and reason': the political world of the broadside ballad, 1640-89. McShane-Jones, Angela
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Capp, Bernard S.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1689
     Index terms: Ballads; Broadsides
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Rural production in transition: three parishes around Coleorton Moor, north-west Lancashire, c.1650-1850. Hunt, Ian
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1850
     Index terms: Rural production; Coleorton Moor, Lancs.; Lancashire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Scandal: gender, publicity, politics, 1789-1850. Chapman, Kiera A.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1850
     Index terms: Scandal; Politics; Publicity; Gender
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Scottish men of letters and the new public sphere, 1802-34. Swaim, Barton T.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1802–1834
     Index terms: Literature, in Scotland; Scotland; Public sphere, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Scottish overseas trade, 1597-1645. Watson, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Lynch, Michael; Blanchard, Ian S.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1597–1645
     Index terms: Trade, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sectarian religion in Scotland: the impact of Cromwell's occupation, 1650-60. Spurlock, Roy S.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1660
     Index terms: Sectarianism, in Scotland; Scotland; Religion, in Scotland; Cromwell, Oliver (1599-1658), lord protector
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sentimental imperialism: British literature and India, 1770-1830. Rudd, Andrew J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Leask, N.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1830
     Index terms: India; Literature, and India; Empire, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

Seventeenth-century noble widows in the north of England. Walker, Katharine A.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Stafford, William; Cullum, Patricia H.; Thornton, Timothy J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Women; Nobility, female; Widows
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Shapinsay: the transformation of an island society, 1830-75. Barker, Douglas
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Murdoch, Alexander J.; Cameron, Ewen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1875
     Index terms: Shapinsay, Orkney; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sharing intimacies: men's stories of love and the divorce reform debates in mid 20th-century England. Harper, Elinor
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Index terms: Divorce; Love
     Categories: 20th Century

Ships' logbooks and climate studies: the case of the English Channel, 1685-1700. Suarez, Jose
     Ph.D., Sunderland. (Arts, Design, Media & Culture). Supervised by Wheeler, Dennis
     Chronological coverage: 1685–1700
     Index terms: Ships' logbooks; Climate studies; English Channel; Science
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Shopkeepers and gentlemen: the liberal politics of early Victorian London. Weinstein, Benjamin J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Mandler, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1855
     Index terms: Liberals, Liberalism, Liberal party; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sickness and service: the British Army and the First World War. Hill, Christine
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Vernon, Keith; Paris, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Public health; World War I; Army; Medicine
     Categories: 20th Century

Sir Kenelm Digby: magical medicine and Catholic heterodoxy. Anderson, Robert G.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Crook, Harold J.; Wear, Andre
     Chronological coverage: 1623–1665
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Magic, and medicine; Medicine, and magic; Digby, Sir Kenelm (1603-65)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Society, knowledge and the behaviour of English investors, 1688-1702. Murphy, Anne
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Bowen, Huw V.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1702
     Index terms: Financial investment
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Sweet, filthy, fine, ill-favoured': topical pamphleteering under James I. Bayman, Anna M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Heal, Felicity M.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1625
     Index terms: James VI and I (1566-1625), king; Pamphleteering
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The administration of the Poor Law in Pembrokeshire, 1780-1880. Morgan, Eric J.R.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1880
     Index terms: Pembrokeshire; Wales; Poor Law
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Admiralty war staff and its influence on the conduct of the naval war, 1914-18. Black, Nicholas D.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by French, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I; Navy; Admiralty
     Categories: 20th Century

The annihilation of the British IX Corps on the Aisne, 27 May 1918. Blanchard, David
     M.Phil., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1918
     Index terms: British IX Corps; Army; World War I; Aisne, 3rd Battle of the (27 May-6 June 1918)
     Categories: 20th Century

The asylums of southern England. Johnstone, Androulla
     Ph.D., Southampton. (U.C. Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by Richardson, Roger C.; Allen, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1950
     Index terms: Mental health; Asylums
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Brahan Seer: the making of a legend, c.1570-2001. Sutherland, Alexander Mackenzie
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1570–2001
     Index terms: Brahan Seer (fl. 17th cent.)

The British and death and the English Victorian pauper lunatic asylum. Joslin, Noel J.
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Sutton, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Pauperism; Death; Asylums; Mental health
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The British brewing industry and decolonisation of the British empire, 1945-70. Thomas, Kenneth
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Ollerenshaw, Philip G.; Fedorowich, E. Kent
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Empire, British; Decolonisation; Brewing industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The British Enlightenment and ideas of empire in India, 1756-73. Ahmad, Asma S.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1756–1773
     Index terms: Enlightenment, and India; India, British; Empire
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century

The British military withdrawal from south-east Asia, 1964-8: rhetoric and reinterpretation. Thompson, Susan J.
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1968
     Index terms: Military withdrawal, from Asia
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Carhampton magistrate district in relation to the 1856 County and Borough Police Act: a case for non-statutory policing. Setterington, Janet S.
     Ph.D., Plymouth. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1856–1856
     Index terms: Policing; County and Borough Police Act (1856); Somerset; Carhampton magistrate district (Som.)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The cattle trades of Scotland, 1603-1745. Koufopoulos, Alexander J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1745
     Index terms: Trade, in Scotland; Cattle trade, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The ’caucus’ and party organisation in England in the 1880s. Owen, James R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reid, Alastair J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1890
     Index terms: Party politics; Caucus
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The cemetery and the city: the origins of the Glasgow Necropolis, 1825-57. Scott, Ronald D.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1857
     Index terms: Commemoration; Glasgow Necropolis; Cemeteries; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The changing face of Channel Islands occupation. Smith, Hazel
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Gregor, Neil
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: Channel Islands, occupation; World War II
     Categories: 20th Century

The civil rights movement in Northern Ireland during the 1960s. Prince, Simon P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clarke, Peter F.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1970
     Index terms: Civil rights, in Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The commemoration of the Great War in Belfast, Ulster and Northern Ireland, 1918-39. Manson, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Blackstock, Allan
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Northern Ireland; Commemoration; World War I; Belfast; Ulster
     Categories: 20th Century

The concept of mutual sea denial and commerce warfare, 1904-14. Martin, Augustine C.
     Ph.D., Salford.
     Chronological coverage: 1904–1914
     Index terms: Trade, maritime
     Categories: 20th Century

The conscience of the community? The character and development of clerical complaint in early modern England. Ingram, Juliet
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Clerical complaint; Conscience
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The cultural geography of the suburban garden: landscape and life history in Nottingham, c.1920-1970. Couch, Georgina E.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Watkins, C.; Daniels, S.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1970
     Index terms: Gardens, suburban, in Nottingham; Nottingham
     Categories: 20th Century

The Cumberland and Westmorland Musgraves, c.1500-1700: aspects of their political careers within the emerging British state. Colman, Clark S.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Westmorland; Cumberland; Musgrave family
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The debate on general practice in England, 1905-33. Lawson, Gordon S.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Webster, Charles
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1942
     Index terms: General practice; Public health
     Categories: 20th Century

The department store and the creation of the spectacle, 1880-1940. Lomax, Susan F.
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Lubbock, Jules
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1940
     Index terms: Retail, see Trade, retail; Trade, retail; Department stores
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of M.I.5, 1909-18. Northcott, Christopher
     Ph.D., Luton. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, Ian F.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1918
     Index terms: Intelligence; M.I.5
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of Quakerism in Wiltshire from the early days of enthusiasm and persecution, to respectability and decline. Taylor, Kay
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Laurence, E. Anne; Dresser, Madge J.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1800
     Index terms: Wiltshire; Quakers, Quakerism; Religion
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development of sport in County Westmeath, 1850-1905. Hunt, Thomas
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Cronin, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1905
     Index terms: Westmeath, County; Ireland, Republic; Sport, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the Hook Norton brewery, 1849-1913. Woolley, Robert M.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hum., Lang. & Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1849–1913
     Index terms: Hook Norton brewery, Oxon.; Brewing industry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the junior British infantry officer on the Western Front, 1914-18. Moore-Bick, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Martland, S. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Infantry; Western Front; Army, junior officers; World War I
     Categories: 20th Century

The diaries of Elizabeth Fry. Bruin, Mary
     Ph.D., Brunel. (Int. Studies). Supervised by Burnard, Trevor
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1845
     Index terms: Fry, Elizabeth (1780-1845), penal reformer; Diaries, of Elizabeth Fry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The discourses of whoredom in 17th-century England. Lumbers, Alexandra C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Archer, Ian W.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Prostitution; Women
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The early careers of Glasgow medical graduates in the second half of the 19th century. MacKeith, John S.
     M.Phil., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Goodman, David C.; Brunton, Deborah
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Glasgow; Education, higher, medical; Scotland; Medicine
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Edwardian historical pageant. Yoshino, Ayako
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by Collini, Stefan A.
     Chronological coverage: 1901–1910
     Index terms: Public spectacle; Pageants, historical
     Categories: 20th Century

The evolution of modern management in Britain, 1852-1979. Brech, Edward F.L.
     D.Litt., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1852–1979
     Index terms: Management, modern
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The farewell sermons of ministers ejected from the Church of England in 1662. Appleby, David Jarvis
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Pooley, Roger; Hughes, Ann
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1662
     Index terms: see also Anglicans; Church of England, from 16th cent.; Sermons, farewell
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The First World War and narratives of heroic and domestic masculinity in Britain, 1915-37. Meyer, Jessica K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Thom, D.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1937
     Index terms: Masculinity; Heroism, masculine; World War I; Domesticity, masculine
     Categories: 20th Century

‘The freedom of election’: the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire and the growth of radicalism in Sheffield, 1784-92. Macdonald, Julie
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1784–1792
     Index terms: Company of Cutlers; Hallamshire; Radicalism; Sheffield
     Categories: 18th Century

The gardens and gardeners of later Stuart London. Marsh, David J.E.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1688
     Index terms: Gardens, Gardeners; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The gardens of the country gentry in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, 1660-1760. McNicol, Martin Wilkinson
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Index terms: Gloucestershire; Gentry, in Wiltshire; Gentry, in Gloucestershire; Gardens; Wiltshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The 'godly commonwealth' in Congleton and Newcastle-under-Lyme in mid 17th-century England. Cooper, Nicholas M.
     M.Phil., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Hughes, Ann L.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Newcastle-under-Lyme, ???; Congleton, ???; Commonwealth, 17th cent.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The history of tissue culture in Britain: issues of public perception and property in the body. Wilson, Duncan
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1980–2000
     Index terms: Medicine; Science; Tissue cultures; Body
     Categories: 20th Century

The history of understanding: John Locke and the rejection of innate ideas in Book One of An Essay concerning human understanding. Mullen, Sarah
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Dunthorne, Hugh L.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1690
     Index terms: Essay on Human Understanding (1690), of John Locke; Locke, John (1632-1704), philosopher; Philosophy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The hologram and its antecedents, 1891-1965: the illusory history of a three-dimensional illusion. Gamble, Susan A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.). Supervised by Schaffer, Simon J.
     Chronological coverage: 1891–1965
     Index terms: Holograms
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The illumination of the 19th century: street-lighting and its contexts. Brown, Reginald
     M.Phil., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Lancaster, William
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Street lighting
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The impact of the evacuation and occupation experience, 1940-5, on the lives and relationships of Guernsey children and Guernsey society. Smith, Corral A.
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Children; Guernsey; Evacuation, in World War II
     Categories: 20th Century

The instruments of political power in Staffordshire in the late 16th century. Small, Peter
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1600
     Index terms: Politics, in Staffordshire; Staffordshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The journal of Charles Richardson, 1835-8: an edited transcript and commentary. Griffin, Peter K.
     M.Phil., Gloucestershire. (Hum.). Supervised by Starr, Rebecca K.; More, Charles R.V.
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1838
     Index terms: Richardson, Charles (1814–1896), civil engineer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The life and death of Old Labour: collective action and social cohesion in Sheffield and Southwark, 1945-97. Carter, Harold
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1997
     Index terms: London, Southwark; Sheffield; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The locksmith craft in early modern Edinburgh. Allen, Aaron M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Dennison, E. Patricia; Lynch, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Scotland; Locksmiths, in Edinburgh; Edinburgh
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The making of regional identity: north-east England, 1800-1990. Sagar, Peter N.
     M.Phil., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Lancaster, William
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1990
     Index terms: Identity, regional
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The memorialisation of the Great War in Folkestone, Canterbury and Dover, 1918-24. Donaldson, Peter McIntosh
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark L.; Welch, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1924
     Index terms: Canterbury, Kent; Folkestone, Kent; Dover, Kent; World War I; Commemoration
     Categories: 20th Century

The mine management professions in the Scottish coal industry, 1930-66. Perchard, Andrew
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Fraser, Hamish; McIvor, Arthur
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1966
     Index terms: Management, of mines, in Scotland; Coal industry, in Scotland; Mines, Mining, Miners, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

The National Dock Labour Scheme in Cornwall. Chapman, Terence R.
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1989
     Index terms: Docks; National Dock Labour Scheme; Cornwall
     Categories: 20th Century

The nature of the beast: depictions of the exotic animal in 19th-century British visual culture. Gauld, Nicola M.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Animals, exotic; Art, Artists
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The origins of Syriac studies in the 16th century. Wilkinson, Robert J.
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Brock, Sebastian; Johnson, Trevor R.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The pathologies of centralism: the Labour party in Wales to 1957. Parry, Ted
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth)
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1957
     Index terms: Labour party, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political life of James Douglas, second duke of Queensberry, 1662-1711. McKay, Collins
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1682–1711
     Index terms: Douglas, James (1662-1711), 2nd duke of Queensberry and 1st duke of Dover; Queensbury, duke of, see Douglas
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The 'politick personality': Edmund Burke's political ideas and the Lockean inheritance. Haivry, Ofir
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Rosen, Fred
     Chronological coverage: 1765–1797
     Index terms: Locke, John (1632-1704), philosopher; Burke, Edmund (1729-97), philosopher; Political ideas
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The politics of radicalism in suburban Walthamstow, 1870-1914. Cooper, Timothy
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jarvis, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: London, Walthamstow; Radicalism, suburban
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The professionalisation of philanthropy: the case of Louisa Twining, 1820-1912. Deane, Theresa M.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1912
     Index terms: see also Charity; Twining, Louisa (1820-1912), philanthropist; Philanthropy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The provision of education for working-class girls in Lancashire and Cheshire in the early 19th century. Ireland, Joyce
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Webster, Wendy; Vernon, Keith
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1820
     Index terms: Working classes; Women; Education, of girls; Lancashire; Cheshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The public voices of Daniel Defoe. Müller, Andreas K.E.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Hist.). Supervised by Woodfine, Philip L.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1731
     Index terms: Defoe, Daniel (1660?-1731), writer
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The reading and writing practices of the Kentish gentry: the emergence of a Protestant identity in Elizabethan Kent. Bartram, Claire M.
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Writing, in Kent; Reading, in Kent; Kent; Gentry, in Kent; Protestants, Potestantism, in Kent
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The representation of William III in print, 1688-95. Scheltens, Maartje
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.). Supervised by McKitterick, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1695
     Index terms: William III (1650–1702), king; Print culture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The responses of Nonconformists to the Restoration in England. Southcombe, George
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1670
     Index terms: Nonconformists, Nonconformity; Restoration (1660)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The restoration of monasticism under Mary Tudor. Wilson, Eliot
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1553–1558
     Index terms: Roman Catholicism; Monasticism; Mary I (1516-58), queen
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Reverend Sydney Smith and the culture of controversy in the early 19th century. Fox, Mark D.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Green, Simon J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1825
     Index terms: Smith, The Revered Sydney (1771-1845); Controversy, culture of
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The rise of experimental zoology in Britain in the 1920s: Hogben, Huxley, Crew and the Society for Experimental Biology. Erlingsson, Steindor J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Harwood, Jonathan H.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1930
     Index terms: Crew, Francis Albert Eley (1886-1973), animal geneticist; Hogben, Lancelot Thomas (1895-1975); Huxley, Sir Julian Sorell (1887-1975), zoologist and philosopher; Zoology; Society for Experiemental Biology
     Categories: 20th Century

The rise of the national housebuilder: a history of British housebuilders through the 20th century. Wellings, Frederick
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Lee, W. Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Housebuilding
     Categories: 20th Century

The role of angels in English Protestant thought, 1580-1660. Harvey, K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Morrill, John S.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1660
     Index terms: Protestant thought; Angels
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The royal burgh of Peebles in the 19th century: the impact of a locally organised railway on a moribund Scottish county town. Duncan, John S.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Falconer, Isobel; Chant, Colin W.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Railways, in Scotland; Scotland; Peebles, ???; Transport
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Scottish Enlightenment: reconfiguring citizenship for a commercial age. Francis, Katherine G.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1850
     Index terms: Citizenship, in Scotland; Enlightenment, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The servant/employer relationship in 19th-century England and India. Dussart, Fae C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hall, Catherine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: India; Domestic service; Domestic service, in India; Servants, in India; Servants
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

The significance of the high school: how far did the Victorian preoccupation with gender and class affect its development?. Thynne, Rosemary A.
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Turner, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Schools, see Education; Gender; Education, secondary; Class, social
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Skylark rocket, British space science and the European Space Research Organisation, 1957-72. Godwin, Matthew
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.). Supervised by Gregory, Jane; Bates, David
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1972
     Index terms: Space exploration and research; European Space Research Organisation; Skylark sounding rocket
     Categories: 20th Century

The social and economic impact of fox hunting in Warwickshire, 1860-1920. Hamilton, Elizabeth A.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1920
     Index terms: Warwickshire; Blood sports
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The social consequences of the parliamentary enclosure of common land in Berkshire, 1790-1860. Jenks, Oliver
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Burchardt, Jeremy F.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1860
     Index terms: Common land, enclosure; Enclosure, parliamentary; Berkshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The state, the landed estate and rural society, 1937-60. Kempson, Matthew
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Matless, D.; Watkin, C.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1960
     Index terms: Society, rural; Landed estate; State
     Categories: 20th Century

The transition of district nursing: a Leicester case study, 1866-1974. Damant, Margaret
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Richard G.
     Chronological coverage: 1866–1974
     Index terms: Public health; see also Nurses, Nursing; District nursing; Leicester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The trench diseases: the British medical response in the Great War. Atenstaedt, Robert L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Weindling, Paul J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Great War, see World War I; First World War, see World War I; Disease, in the trenches; World War I (1914-18); Medicine, in the trenches
     Categories: 20th Century

The Unionist party and the First World War. Keohane, Nigel
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I; Unionist party
     Categories: 20th Century

The work of the Special Areas Commission: schemes for social improvement, 1934-9. Thomas, James M.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Educ.)
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1945
     Index terms: Special Areas Commission
     Categories: 20th Century

Twentieth-century biomedical experimentation. Kirk, Robert G.W.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Cooter, Roger; Browne, E. Janet
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Biomedical experimentation; Science
     Categories: 20th Century

Tyneside, 1939-45: a study of the regional impact of total war. Armstrong, Craig
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by MacRaild, Donald M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Second World War, see World War II; World War II (1939-45); Tyneside
     Categories: 20th Century

Unionists and Great War commemoration in the north of Ireland, 1914-39: people, places and politics. Switzer, Catherine L.
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1939
     Index terms: Unionists, Unionism, in Ireland; Ireland; Commemoration, military, in Ireland; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

'Victims of our history': the Labour party and 'In Place of Strife'. Tyler, Richard
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Ramsden, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1906–2000
     Index terms: Trade unions, Trade unionism; 'In Place of Strife' (1969), government White Paper; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

'Visions of an unseen world': the production and consumption of English ghost stories, c.1660-1800. Handley, Sasha
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1800
     Index terms: Ghost stories
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Walking on the ceiling: British book publishers and the Second World War. Flanders, Amy E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Publishing, book; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

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51st Highland Division in the First World War. French, Craig Forsyth
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: 51st Highland Division; World War I (1914-18); Military
     Categories: 20th Century

'A brave knight and learned gentleman': the careers of Sir Richard Morison (c.1513-1556). Sowerby, Tracey A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1533–1556
     Index terms: Morison, Sir, Richard (c.1510-56), diplomat
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A historical analysis of the influences of Calvinism and Presbyterianism on the formation and evolution of Ulster Scots ethnic identity: an ethno-religious case study. Holden, Lawrence
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Scotland; Identity, ethnic, in Scotland; in Ulster; Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Ulster; Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Scotland; Calvinists, Calvinism, in Scotland; Calvinists, Calvinism, in Ulster; Ulster
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Aliens en route': transmigration through U.K. ports, 1836-1914. Evans, Nicholas J.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Maritime Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1914
     Index terms: Ports; Migration
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An analysis of British strategy in Northern Ireland, August 1971-June 1974. Bruce, Lee
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1971–1974
     Index terms: Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

An analysis of slave abolitionists in the north-west of England. Howman, Brian
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1834
     Index terms: Slavery, abolition of; Abolitionists
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

An analysis of the reform of the House of Lords, 1911-2000. Ballinger, Chris A.J.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1911–2000
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

An analysis of the work of Bow Street principal officers, 1792-1839, with particular reference to their provincial duties. Cox, David J.
     Ph.D., Lancaster.
     Chronological coverage: 1792–1839
     Index terms: Bow Street principal officers; Policing; Law
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Anti-imperialism, Englishness and empire in late Victorian Britain. Matikkala, Mira J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1900
     Index terms: Englishness; Anti-imperialism; Empire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

A Protestant purgatory: the theological background to the Penitentiary Act, 1700-79. Throness, L.D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1779
     Index terms: Penitentiary Act (1779); Theology
     Categories: 18th Century

Army recruitment and the uncertainties of the 'fiscal-military' state in Britain, 1793-1815. Moore, Zeta
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1815
     Index terms: Military recruitment
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

A study of sylviculture and its relationship to the English timber trade in the 17th and 18th centuries. Baker, M.W.
     M.Phil., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1800
     Index terms: Trade, timber; Forestry, see Sylviculture; Sylviculture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A study of the rise and decline of selected labour halls in the Greater London Area, 1918-79. Topman, Heidi
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1979
     Index terms: Labour halls; London
     Categories: 20th Century

At odds in Arabia: Anglo-American relations and British withdrawal from the Federation of South Arabia, 1962-7. Wieland, Alexander R.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1967
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Axis: an authentic abstraction in 1930s England. Hiscock, Karen
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Axis
     Categories: 20th Century

A zooarchaeological and historical study of animal-based industries in post-medieval London, 1500-1700. Yeomans, Lisa
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Animal-based industries; Industry, animal-based
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Beastly pleasures: blood sports in England, c.1776-1876. Boddice, Robert G.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1876
     Index terms: Hunting, see Blood sports; Blood sports
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Blackpool's aerodromes, 1928-36: politics and the local media. Seabridge, Sue
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1936
     Index terms: Aerodromes, in Blackpool; Media, local; Blackpool (Lancs.); Politics, in Blackpool
     Categories: 20th Century

Blackpool’s aerodromes, 1928-36: politics and the local media. Seabridge, Susan
     M.A., Central Lancashire.
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1936
     Index terms: Blackpool, Lancs.; Politics, local, in Blackpool; Aerodromes, in Blackpool; Media, local, in Blackpool
     Categories: 20th Century; Local history

Bowers Row: a mining community in the making, 1865-1955. Colgan, Joan
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1955
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Bowers Row (Yorks.); Mines, Mining
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Boys of England and Edwin J. Brett, 1866-99. Banham, Christopher M.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1866–1899
     Index terms: Boys of England; Brett, Edwin John (1828-95), journal editor and publisher; Press, preiodical
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Brickmaking and brick building in Staffordshire, 1500-1760. Kingman, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1760
     Index terms: Brick building, in Staffordshire; Brickmaking, in Staffordshire; Staffordshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

British decline, commercial influence and the provision of technical education on Merseyside between 1870 and 1914. Burns, David
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Lee, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Education, technical, on Merseyside; Merseyside
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

British indie music in the 1990s: public spheres, media and exclusion. White, Rachel F.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1990–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

British industrial investment in mainland China, 1895-1940. Swan, David Macdonal
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1940
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British infantry morale in the Italian campaign, 1943-5. Bielecki, Christine A.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Italy; Infantry; Military; Morale, military
     Categories: 20th Century

British orientalism and representations of music in the long 19th century: ideas of music, otherness, sexuality and gender in the popular arts. Mabilat, Claire
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Arts, popular; Gender; Sexuality; Music; Orientalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

British women during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815: responses, roles and representations. Carter, L.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1815
     Index terms: France, and Britain; Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815); Women
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; Military/naval history; 18th-19th Century

Capable, enlightened and masculine: constructing English agriculturalist ideals in formal agricultural education, 1845-2003. Rickards, Lauren
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–2003
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Agriculture

Ceramics and the earls of Bradford 1762-1915: a case study of database analysis and its value to the ceramic historian. Wensley, J.
     M.Phil., Staffordshire.
     Chronological coverage: 1762–1915
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Ceramics in Britain and France, 1921-31: economics, marketing and the power of exhibitions. Hill, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1931
     Index terms: France; Exhibitions, of ceramics; Ceramics, in France; Ceramics; Economics; Marketing
     Categories: 20th Century; Economic history

Ceremony, grace and character: ideas and representations of ceremony in late 16th- and early 17th-century English literature. Dive, B.J.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1620
     Index terms: Literature, and ceremony; Ceremony
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Chapter of accidents: science, safety and government in mid Victorian Britain. Dry, Sarah Crawford
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1890
     Index terms: Government, Victorian; Safety, Victorian; Science, Victorian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Children's literature post-World War I. Kennedy, Rosie
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1960
     Index terms: Literature, children's
     Categories: 20th Century

Christ in no man’s land: religion and the British soldier, 1914-18. Cargas, Sarita
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Church monuments of Devon and Cornwall, c.1660-c.1730. Easter, Clive J.
     Ph.D., Plymouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1730
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Citizenship, leadership and the progressive public schools of inter-war Britain. Watkins, Christopher
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Education, public school; Citizenship
     Categories: 20th Century

Civil defence in Cold War Britain, 1945-68. Grant, Matthew
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1968
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

Civilian evacuation to Devon in the Second World War. Hess, Susan J.
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Evacuation, of civilians; World War II; Devon
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Committed detachment: Britain and the war in Indochina, 1968-72. Le Long, Paul D.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1972
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Communities in crisis: the South Hams coastal communities, 1815-80. Doye, Geoffrey
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1850
     Index terms: Coastal communities; South Hams (Devon)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Construction, reproduction, enrolment: females' perceptions of education, with special reference to two technical colleges in Manchester and Glasgow, 1890-1911. McGuire, Kim
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1911
     Index terms: Manchester; Women; Education, technical, of women; Glasgow; Technical colleges
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Consulting engineers in the British electric light and power industry c.1880-1914. Arapostathis, E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

Continental warfare and British military thought, 1859-80. Hampshire, Anthony
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1880
     Index terms: Warfare; Military
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Continuity and change in an English rural settlement: Porchester, c.1500-c.1750. McInnes, James
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1750
     Index terms: Porchester (Hants.)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Co-operative politics in the co-operative context, 1917-39. Robertson, Nicole
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1939
     Index terms: Politics, co-operative
     Categories: 20th Century

Coventry’s mission for peace and reconciliation since the Second World War. Kaczka-Vallière, Jeanne M.
     Ph.D., Coventry.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Warwickshire; Coventry (Warks.)
     Categories: 20th Century

C.R. Cockerell: architecture, history, time and memory. Bordeleau, Anne
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1863
     Index terms: Cockerell, Charles Robert (1788–1863), architect; Architecture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Crime and disorder during the Great Irish Famine, 1845-52. Moss, Cindy
     Ph.D., Coventry.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1852
     Index terms: Ireland; Disorder, in Ireland; Crime, in Ireland; Famine, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Darts in England, 1900-39: a social history. Chaplin, Patrick
     D.Phil., Anglia Ruskin. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Games, Gaming; Darts
     Categories: 20th Century

'Dead on the point of "safety"': occupational safety education on the Great Western Railway, c.1913-1939. Esbester, Michael
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1939
     Index terms: Railways; Education, occupational safety; Great Western Railway
     Categories: 20th Century

Design network: 18th-century ceramics. Smith, Kate
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Ceramics
     Categories: 18th Century

Diwyllio drwy hamdden: Astudiaeth o batrymau hamdden a diwylliant poblogaidd yn nhref Llanelli rhwng 1880 a 1914. (In Welsh medium.). Lewis, Angharad
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: Llanelli; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Eighteenth-century theatre, society and celebrity, focusing on the life of tragic actress Sarah Siddons. Law, Susan
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1831
     Index terms: Siddons, Sarah (1755-1831), actress; Theatre
     Categories: 18th Century

Embroidery, business enterprise and philanthropic ventures in 19th-century Britain. Cluckie, Linda
     Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

Empire and Home Rule: the Irish in Portsmouth, c.1880-1923. Crown, Gerry Daly
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1923
     Index terms: Irish, in Portsmouth; Home Rule; Empire; Portsmouth (Hants.)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Employment and family in Soar Valley villages, c.1930-1951. Joyce, Stephen
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1951
     Index terms: Leicestershire; Employment; Soar Valley (Leics.); Family
     Categories: 20th Century

English lay Catholic exiles in Paris under Elizabeth I. Gibbons, Catherine M.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Exiles, Catholic, in Paris; Paris; France, and England
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

English music, 1860-1960: its reception, revival and recording. Foreman, Ronald L.E.
     Ph.D., Cardiff.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1960
     Index terms: Music, recording; Music, reception
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

English Presbyterianism, c.1590-1640. Ha, P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1590–1640
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Epistemology and rhetorical strategies in Newton's theological writings. Delgado-Moreira, Raquel
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1671–1727
     Index terms: Newton, Sir Isaac (1642-1727), scientist and mathematician; Epistemology; Theology
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ethel Carnie Holdsworth: an intellectual and political biography. Smalley, Roger
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1945
     Index terms: Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie (1886-1962), writer and political activist
     Categories: 20th Century

Evaluating the learning curve: the 38th (Welsh) Division on the Western Front, 1916-18. Cook, Mark N.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1918
     Index terms: Western Front; 38th (Welsh) Division; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

External perceptions of the Scottish Highlands, as portrayed in visual sources, c.1745-1886. Macleod, Anne M.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1745–1886
     Index terms: Scotland, Highlands
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Family identity and the Irish ascendancy gentry: the Saundersons of Castle Saunderson, 1613-1914. McHugh, Devon M.
     M.Phil., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1613–1914
     Index terms: Ascendancy, in Ireland; Gentry, in Ireland; Ireland; Saunderson family, Ireland; Family, in Ireland; Castle Saunderson, Co. Cavan
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Fashion and the mass consumer society in Britain, c.1950-2001. Majima, Shinobu
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2001
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Fatherhood and the experience of working-class fathers in Britain, 1900-39. Fisher, Timothy J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Working classes; Family; Fatherhood
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Finding a place: librarians, local history and the search for professional and social status, 1890-1925. Smith, Nicola L.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1925
     Index terms: Librarians, professional status of; Local history
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

‘Firm in union still we stand’: popular support in Britain for Ulster, 1911-14. Jackson, Daniel M.
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1911–1914
     Categories: 20th Century

Fissured resurgence: developments in English pan-evangelicalism, 1966-2001. Warner, Robert E.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1966–2001
     Categories: 20th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

From a gin palace to a king's palace? The evolution of music hall in Preston, c.1840-1914. Hindle, David
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1914
     Index terms: Music hall, see also theatre; Music hall; Preston (Lancs.); Theatre, see also Music hall
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From Alessandro (1726) to Tolomeo (1728): the final Royal Academy operas. Ograjenšek, Suzana
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1726–1728
     Index terms: Tolomeo, by G.F. Handel (1728); Alessandro, by G.F. Handel (1726); Royal Academy; Opera; Music
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

From local hero to national star? The changing cultural representation of the professional footballer in England, 1945-85. Woolridge, Joyce
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1985
     Index terms: Football; Sport
     Categories: 20th Century

From repatriation to revival: continuity and change in the English Benedictine congregation, 1795-1850. Hood, Alistair A.
     Ph.D., Liverpool.
     Chronological coverage: 1795–1850
     Index terms: Monasticism, Monasteries, Monastic houses; Benedictines
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

Funerary monuments of Ireland, 1560-1660 A.D. Harris, Amy L.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1660
     Index terms: Funerary monuments, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Gender and space in early modern London, c.1660-1710. Richards, Fleur
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1710
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture; Education

Highlanders from home: the contribution of the Highland Society and the Gaelic Society of London to Gaelic culture, 1778-1914. Fairney, Janice M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1778–1914
     Index terms: Gaelic Society of London; Highland Society; Highlanders, Scotland; Scotland; Culture, Gaelic
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Homes for heroes: housing legislation and its effect on working-class housing in rural Norfolk, 1918-39. Linsley, Barbara
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Housing legislation; Norfolk; Housing, working-class
     Categories: 20th Century

'I come of to highe a bloode to be a roague for I am kynge of the Realme': representation and perceptions of imposters in early modern England. Hug, Tobias
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Imposters
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Identity and equality: the Anglo-Jewish community in the post-emancipation era, 1858-87. Clark, M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1887
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Ideology and identity: married women's experience in England, 1750-1870. Williams, Carole
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1870
     Index terms: Ideology, female; Marriage; Women; Identity, female
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 18th-19th Century

Illegitimacy and the poor law in late 18th- and early 19th-century England. Nutt, Thomas W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1820
     Index terms: Poor Law; Illegitimacy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Instinctive leadership, intuitive decision making: a command study of General Sir Hugh Stockwell. Riley, J.
     Ph.D., Cranfield.
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1986
     Index terms: see also Army; Military; Leadership, military; Stockwell, Sir Hugh Charles (1903–86), army officer
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

Into the belly of the beast: exploring London’s main drainage system, c.1848-1868. Dobraszczyk, Paul A.
     Ph.D., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1868
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Irish security policy, 1973-2003: the influence of European Union security integration and the limits imposed by domestic political factors. Sweeney, Daniel
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1973–2003
     Index terms: European Union, and Ireland; Security policy, of Ireland; Ireland, and the European Union
     Categories: 20th Century

John Kenrick and the transformation of Unitarian thought. Kennedy, Alison W.T.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1877
     Index terms: Kenrick, John (1788-1877), Unitarian minister; Unitarians, Unitarianism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Whitson (c.1557-1629): ‘the best type of merchant’?. Jones, David W.
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1557–1629
     Index terms: Whitson, John (c.1557-1629), merchant; Merchants
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Juvenile delinquency, residential institutions and the permissive shift: England, 1950-70. Wills, A.G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970
     Index terms: Penal policy; Juvenile delinquency; Crime, juvenile
     Categories: 20th Century

Labour and the House of Lords dilemma: constitutional reform in the post-war Britain, 1945-51. Borymchuk, Olga
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1951
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

Labour party attitudes to European integration, 1945-75. McKay, James R.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1975
     Index terms: European integration; Labour party, and Europe
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

Labour politics in Bristol, 1918-45. Sinnett, Tanya
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1945
     Index terms: Labour party; Bristol
     Categories: 20th Century

Late Stuart moneyed men and their patronage of sculpture and architecture, c.1660-1720. Hotson, Anthony
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1720
     Index terms: Architecture; Sculpture; Patronage, artistic
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Local engagement with the early English Reformation: Oxfordshire, 1520-70. Halliday, Katherine
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1570
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Lost formal gardens of the north midlands, 1690-1750: a study of Staffordshire gardens and landscape parks. Barre, Dianne C.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1750
     Index terms: North midlands; Parks, landscape, in Staffordshire; Gardens, formal, in Staffordshire; Staffordshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Maintaining the British army, 1800-20. Chilcott, Christopher
     D.Phil., Bath Spa. (Hist. & Cultural Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1820
     Index terms: Military
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Making another world possible': anarchism, anti-capitalism and ecology in 19th- and early 20th-century Britain. Ryley, Peter
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1920
     Index terms: Ecology; Anti-capitalism; Anarchism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Matter over mind: the contributions of the neuropathologist Sir Frederick Walker Mott to British psychiatry, c.1895-1926. Mathews, Sharon
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Worboys, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1926
     Index terms: Mental health, Mental healthcare; Mott, Sir Frederick Walker (1853–1926), neuropathologist; Psychiatry; Neuropathology
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Medical recipe collections in 17th-century England: knowledge, text and gender. Leong, Elaine Y.T.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture; Education

Medicine and the media: negotiating the transplantable heart in Britain, 1967-9. Nathoo, Ayesha
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1969
     Index terms: see also Press; Media; Medicine; Heart transplantation
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Mercurius Britanicus: journalism and politics in the English civil war. Macadam, Angela E.J.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Index terms: Press, periodical; Journalism; Mercurius Britanicus; Civil War (1642-60)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Mersea Island in the Second World War. Bullen, Roger
     M.A., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Essex; Mersea Island, Essex
     Categories: 20th Century

Municipal politics and regional monopoly: railways and the port of Hull, 1840-1922. Nolan, Keith
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1922
     Index terms: Hull (Yorks.); Railways; Politics, municipal
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Music and power at the English court, 1575-1624. Anderson, Susan L.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1624
     Index terms: Power; Music; Court
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Nationalism, regionalism and internationalism: cultural identity and Irish art, 1943-60. Coulter, Ríann
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld)
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1960
     Index terms: Art, Artists, in Ireland; Ireland; Nationalism, in Ireland; Identity, cultural, in Ireland; Regionalism, in Ireland; Internationalism, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Naturalism and natural theology: science, religion and the representation of the natural world in early to mid 19th-century Britain. Harrison, Timothy E.
     Ph.D., Nottingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

New roads in London, c.1750-1840: motivations and constraints. Morris, Simon
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1840
     Index terms: Roads; London
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Nineteenth-century Uppingham: typhoid and its outcome. Richardson, Nigel
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Public health; Typhoid; Uppingham (Rutland)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Non-conforming Presbyterian women in Restoration Scotland, 1660-79. McSeveney, Alan J.
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1679
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 16th-17th Century

Official Irish Republicanism, 1962-72. Swan, Sean
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1972
     Categories: 20th Century

Organists in the Church of England, 1950-99: an ethnographic and contextual study in relation to the dioceses of Bristol and Bath and Wells. Freke, Martin J.
     Ph.D., West of England.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1999
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Paganism in England, 1885-1914. Hallett, Jennifer R.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1914
     Index terms: Paganism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Paling into insignificance: constructions of white femininities in Girls' Crystal magazine, 1946-63. Campbell, Mairead S.
     Ph.D., Essex. (Sociology)
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1963
     Index terms: Girls' Crystal magazine; Press, periodical; Women
     Categories: 20th Century

Parks and gardens in S. Wales created by coal and ironmasters, 1780-1880. Jayne, Philip
     M.Phil., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1880
     Index terms: Parks, in Wales; Wales; Gardens, in Wales; Coalmasters; Ironmasters
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Patterns and processes of migration to the port of Hull in the second half of the 19th century: an examination of the movement and settlement of migrants from the rural hinterland and continental Europe. Smale, Michael A.
     Ph.D., Hull.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Migration, from Europe; Hull, port
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Perceptions of the Norfolk landscape, c.1500-1700. Whyte, Nicola
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Landscape, in Norfolk; Norfolk
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Poetry and vision in England, 1650-70. Partner, J.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1670
     Index terms: Poetry
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Political poetry and the culture of the Protectorate, 1653-59. Holberton, E.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1653–1659
     Index terms: Protectorate (1653-9); Poetry, political
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics, culture and ideology in the English Catholic community, 1688-1727. Glickman, G.N.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1727
     Index terms: Culture, Roman Catholic; Politics, Roman Catholic; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Ideology, Roman Catholic
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics, identity and the shaping of unionism in the north of Ireland, from the French Revolution to the Home Rule crisis. Bew, John P.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1920
     Index terms: Ireland, north; Nationalism, in Ireland; Home Rule crisis; Politics, in Ireland; French Revolution (1789); Unionists, Unionism, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Politics in Keighley, 1927-32. Dredge, Keith E.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1927–1932
     Index terms: Politics, in Keighley (Yorks.); Yorkshire; Keighley (Yorks.)
     Categories: 20th Century

Politics in Ulster in the age of emancipation and reform, c.1825-35. Kingon, Suzanne T.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1835
     Index terms: Electoral politics, see politics; Ulster; Northern Ireland; Politics, electoral, in Ulster
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Poverty and philanthropy in East London, 1918-59: the university settlements and the urban working classes. Bradley, Katharine
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1959
     Index terms: Philanthropy, in London; Poverty, in London; London; Class, social; University settlements, in London
     Categories: 20th Century

Priests, church courts and people: the politics of the parish in England, 1660-1713. McNulty, Lee
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1713
     Index terms: Parishes; Church (16th-18th cent.); Church courts
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Princely education in 16th-century Britain. Pollnitz, A.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Princes, education of; Education, of princes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Property, ownership and improvement: a case study of Ludlow, a fashionable country town, 1660-1848. Lloyd, David
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1848
     Index terms: Ludlow (Shrops.)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Protestant associational culture: sectarianism and political behaviour in Liverpool and Belfast, 1880-1921. Jenkins, F. Gareth
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1921
     Index terms: Sectarianism; Liverpool; Belfast; Ireland; Protestant associational culture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Protestants, prisoners and the Marian persecution. Wheeler, Megan L.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1553–1558
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Quaker communities in London, 1667-c.1714. Dixon, Simon
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1667–1714
     Index terms: London; Quakers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Regional integration and migration in the East Midlands, 1700-1830. Townsend, Claire
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1830
     Index terms: Migration, regional; East Midlands
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Richard Woods (1715/16-93): surveyor, improver and master of the pleasure garden. Cowell, Fiona E. Russell
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1736–1793
     Index terms: Woods, Richard (1715/16-93), landscape gardener; Gardens
     Categories: 18th Century

Royal representations in print: Charles II and the Exclusion Crisis (1678-83). Gifford, Gregory D.W.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1678–1693
     Index terms: Exclusion Crisis (1678-83); Charles II (1630–85), king; Royal family, representation of; Print
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Political history

Rural sports in Wales, c.1750-1900: continuity and change. Lile, Emma
     Ph.D., Glamorgan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1900
     Index terms: Sport, rural, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Sanitary ladies and friendly visitors: women public health officers in London, c.1890-1960. Haynes, Jennifer
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1960
     Index terms: Women, and public health; Public health; London
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Science and eccentricity in early 19th-century Britain. Carroll, V.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1820
     Index terms: Eccentricity; Science
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Scottish culture and the First World War, 1914-39. Petrie, Ann
     Ph.D., Dundee.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1939
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Culture, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Senses of vibration, 1749-1911. Trower, Shelley
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1749–1911
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

‘Silenced, suppressed and passive’? A refocused history of Lanarkshire women, 1920-39. Sinclair, Lynn
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1939
     Index terms: Lanarkshire; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Local and regional history; Local history; Social history; 20th Century

Sir Laurence Dudley Stamp (1898-1966), geographer and public servant: a critical biography. Pilfold, William E.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1966
     Index terms: Stamp, Sir Laurence Dudley (1898-1966), geographer
     Categories: 20th Century

South Kensington's forgotten palace: the 1862 International Exhibition building. Dishon, Dale
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1862
     Index terms: International Exhibition (1862); London, South Kensington
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Space, civic pride, citizenship and identity in 1890s Portsmouth. Fulder, Vivienne
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900
     Index terms: Idenity, civic; Civic pride; Citizenship; Portsmouth (Hants.)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Space of time or distance of place': Presbyterian diffusion in south-western Scotland and Ulster, 1603-90. Vann, Barry A.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1690
     Index terms: Presbyterians, in Ulster; Ulster; Presbyterians, in Scotland; Scotland; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

‘Spurs to industry’: labour and the labourer in British political economy, 1700-80. Dew, Benjamin R.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1780
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

Submarine: its cultural impact on Britain. Redford, Duncan
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Submarines
     Categories: 20th Century

Summary justice and social relations in the City of London, c.1750-1839. Grey, Drew
     Ph.D., Northampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1839
     Index terms: London; Law; Justice
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

Television and the cultural revolution: the B.B.C. under Hugh Carleton Greene. Waymark, Peter
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1969
     Index terms: Greene, Sir Hugh Carleton (1910-87), journalist and broadcaster; British Broadcasting Corporation; Media, television; B.B.C., see British Broadcasting Corporation
     Categories: 20th Century

The accounting history of the English brewing industry, 1700-1939: an exploration of Foucauldian disciplinarity. Talbot, Philip A.
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

The amalgamated society of railway servants and the National Union of railwaymen in Ireland, 1911-1923. McCabe, Conor
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1911–1923
     Categories: 20th Century

The amateur competition movement: shaping identity through participation in the Manx Music Festival, 1892-2005. Griffin, Amanda J.
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1892–2005
     Index terms: Identity, Manx; Manx Music Festival; Music; Isle of Man; Amateurism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The Anglican Church in the East Riding of Yorkshire, c.1740-1860, with particular reference to the economic aspects. Bowes, David J.
     M.Phil., Hull. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1860
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Anglican Church, see Church of England; Church of England; East Riding (Yorks.)
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The behavourial indoctrination of civilians in Bristol to maintain social order in a nuclear war, 1948-68. Scott, George
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1968
     Index terms: Nuclear war, preparations for; Bristol
     Categories: 20th Century

The British Labour movement’s alternative economic strategy, 1966-83. Morgan, David
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1966–1983
     Index terms: Economic strategy; Labour movement
     Categories: 20th Century

The British Pacific Fleet: experience and legacy. Robb-Webb, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1946
     Index terms: Royal Navy; World War II (1939-45); Pacific Fleet
     Categories: 20th Century

The builders of Edinburgh’s New Town, 1767-95. Lewis, Anthony R.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1767–1795
     Index terms: Towns, new, in Scotland; Edinburgh; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The buildings of 'High Farming' in Lincolnshire. Brook, Shirley A.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–2000
     Index terms: High Farming (Lincs.); Lincolnshire

The bulldog breed: identifying the nation, c.1800-2000. Rowe, Fiona P.G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Index terms: National identity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

The charitable work of the Macclesfield silk manufacturers, 1750-1900. Griffiths, Sarah J.
     Ph.D., Liverpool.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1900
     Index terms: Charity, in Macclesfield; Silk manufacture, in Macclesfield; Macclesfield, Cheshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

The Chinese dilemma: the overseas Chinese in British Malaya and the search for a national consciousness, 1940-8. Koon, Huat Kin
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1948
     Index terms: Malaya, and China; China, and Malaya
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The Church Association and the evangelical crusade against ritualism in England, 1865-90. Sandeman-Allen, Charles
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1890
     Index terms: Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Church Association
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The churching of women in 20th-century England. Houlbrooke, Margaret E.
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Churching of women; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 20th Century

The co-construction of properties in a machinic-complex: a study of the car and Dunlop pneumatic tyres, 1900-25. Woolaghan, George
     Ph.D., University of the Arts London.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1925
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The conservation of historic shopfronts in Perth and Perthshire. Lennie, Lindsay A.
     Ph.D., Heriot-Watt.
     Chronological coverage: 1876–1946
     Index terms: Conservation, historic, in Scotland; Perth, Scotland; Scotland; Shopfronts, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The consumption of new and used ready-made clothing in northern England, 1660-1830. Lambert, Miles
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1830
     Index terms: Trade; Clothing; Consumption
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The court culture of James I: music and ceremony in early 17th-century London. Walters, Myfanwy
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1625
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture; Education

The creation of general hospitals in Norfolk: a comparison and contrast of the origins of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital from 1770 and the Royal Hospital in Yarmouth 1840. Callan, Brian
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1840
     Index terms: Hospitals, see also Public health; Royal Hospital, Great Yarmouth (Norf.); Norfolk and Norwich Hospital; Public health; Hospitals
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The cultural history of exotic fruits in England, 1650-1820. Cole, E.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1820
     Index terms: Fruits, exotic
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The development of mission theology and praxis at Cliffe College, with references to its antecedents and history. Mellor, G. Howard
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1883–2000
     Index terms: Education, religious; Theology, mission; Cliffe College (Derbs.)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the east Leeds housing estates, 1912-40. Owens, David
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1912–1940
     Index terms: Housing estates; Leeds
     Categories: 20th Century

The Development of the Edge Railway for General Freight and Passengers. Dougherty, Carolyn
     M.A., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1830
     Index terms: Civil engineering; Railways
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of the Lewis house in the 19th and 20th centuries, with particular emphasis on the Bragar township. Mackie, Catriona
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Index terms: Scotland; Housing, in Scotland; Lewis; Bragar township, Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The early premiership of Lord Liverpool, 1812-15: palma non sine pulvere. Inglis, James M.A.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1815
     Index terms: Liverpool, Lord, see Jenkinson; Jenkinson, Robert Banks, 2nd earl of Liverpool (1770–1828), prime minister
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

The economic institutions of opera in Britain, c.1870-c.1970. McAndrew, Siobhán
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1970
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The education, training and examination of Froebelian teachers in England, 1874-1925. Smart, Richard
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education)
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1925
     Index terms: Froebel, Friedrich Wilhelm August (1782-1852), German educationalist; Education, professional
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The elements of representation in Hobbes: aesthetics, theatre, law and theology in the construction of Hobbes's theory of state. Brito Vieira, M.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1608–1679
     Index terms: Theatre; Aesthetics; Law; Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1679), philosopher; Theology; State, theory of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The emergence of the Hebrew Christian movement in 19th-century Britain. Darby, Michael R.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Lampeter)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Hebrew Christian movement; Christians, Christianity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Essex rebellion, 1601: subversion or supplication?. Dickinson, Janet E.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1601–1601
     Index terms: Devereux, Robert, (1565-1601), 2nd earl of Essex; Essex, earl of, see Devereux
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The family firm in British business history: F. Parkin & Sons Ltd., iron founders and steel stockholders 1859-1991 - four generations of an Exeter family firm. Marks, Susan P.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1991
     Index terms: F. Parkin & Sons Ltd. (Exeter); Family firms; Industry, iron; Industry, steel; Exeter
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The female touch: women healers, touch and medicine, 1890-1950. Root, Sheryl
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1950
     Index terms: Medicine; Women healers; Health
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; 20th Century; 18th-19th Century

The first Labour government and the civil service. Vaughan, Jake
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1924
     Index terms: Civil service; Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

The First World War and voluntary recruitment: a forum for regional identity? An analysis of the nature, expression and significance of regional identity in Hull, 1900-14. Townsley, Helen M.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Index terms: Identity, regional; Yorkshire; Hull (Yorks.); World War I (1914-18); Military, voluntary recruitment
     Categories: 20th Century

‘The folly of generalisation’: infant mortality in Loughborough, Leicestershire, 1888-1910. Cattell, Norma A.
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1910
     Index terms: Loughborough (Leics.); Infant mortality
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The formation of bourgeois hegemony in England, 1790-1850. Boden, Mark D.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–7850
     Index terms: see also Middle classes; Bourgeoisie; Class, social
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

The Great War on the small screen: British Great War television documentaries, 1964-2003. Mahoney, Emma
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1964–2003
     Index terms: World War I; Documentaries, television; Media, television
     Categories: 20th Century

The Hampshire gentry, 1689-1800. Gallon, Albert E.
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1800
     Index terms: Gentry, in Hampshire; Hampshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The history of British neurology during the 20th century. Casper, Stephen
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Health; Medicine; Neurology
     Categories: 20th Century

The identity of the British Liberal party, 1945-62. Cole, Matthew
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Crowson, Nicholas J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1962
     Index terms: Liberal party
     Categories: 20th Century

The impact of the Union of 1707 on early 18th-century Fife electoral politics, 1707-47. Deatherage, Janet V.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1707–1747
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The importance of cooking and cookery instruction in British health education, c.1860-1914. Akiyama, Yuriko
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1914
     Index terms: Education, health; Cooking, Cookery
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The intellectual duke: George Douglas Campbell, 8th duke of Argyll, 1823-1900. Mulhern, Kirsteen M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1844–1900
     Index terms: Campbell, George Douglas, 8th duke of Argyll (1823–1900), politician
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The Labour party’s attitude to gambling, 1918-70. McClymont, Gregg
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1970
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

The life and work of Major Percy Alexander MacMahon. Garcia, Paul
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1929
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The life and works of John Alfred Gotch, 1852-1942. Hargrave, Roy
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1872–1942
     Index terms: Gotch, John Alfred (1852-1942), architect and scholar
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The life of Christopher Dawson. Carter, Stephen G.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1970
     Index terms: Dawson, (Henry) Christopher (1889-1970), historian
     Categories: 20th Century

The Lloyds of Birmingham: Quaker culture and identity, 1850-1918. Lloyd, Judy P.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1918
     Index terms: Birmingham; Lloyd family, Birmingham; Quakers
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The local implementation of the Sale of Food and Drugs Act (1875). Brian, Janet
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1890
     Index terms: Sale of Food and Drugs Act (1875)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The logistics and politics of the British campaigns in the Middle East, 1914-22. Coates Ulrichsen, K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1922
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with the Middle East; Middle East, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The making of civic culture in Newcastle upon Tyne, 1850-1914. Ito, Kota
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Culture, civic; Newcastle upon Tyne
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The meanings of China and British imperial expansion, 1763-1834. Hillemann, Ulrike B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1763–1834
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with China; China, and Britain; Empire
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 18th Century; 19th Century

The Navy as the ultimate guarantor of freedom in 1940?. Cumming, Anthony J.
     Ph.D., Plymouth. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1940
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Royal Navy
     Categories: 20th Century

'The noble game is not totally unknown here': rugby football in 19th-century Cardiff. Prescott, Gwyn
     M.Phil., Glamorgan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1900
     Index terms: Rugby football, in Wales; Wales; Sport, in Wales; Cardiff
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The optical munitions industry in Great Britain, 1888-1945. Sambrook, Stephen
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1945
     Index terms: Optical munitions industry; Industry, optical munitions
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The origin, nature and development of 'moral force' Chartism, 1838-50. Skelly, Colin
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1850
     Index terms: Chartists, Chartism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The origins, history and development of the Podiatry Association in England, c.1969-1996. Graham, Margaret
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1996
     Index terms: Podiatry Association; Health
     Categories: 20th Century

The origins of late 18th-century prison reform in England. Hardman, Philippa
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Penal reform; Prisons
     Categories: 18th Century

The origins of the Naval Defence Act of 1889 and the new navalism of the 1890s. Parkinson, Roger A. Hardress
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1889–1900
     Index terms: Naval Defence Act (1889); Royal Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The political thought of Vera Brittain. Badsey, Phylomena
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1970
     Index terms: Political thought, of Vera Brittain; Brittain, Vera Mary (1893-1970), writer
     Categories: 20th Century

The politics of private life: propaganda, morality and the family, 1789-1820. Wagner, Corinna
     D.Phil., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1820
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

The power of Shakespearean culture: an analysis of Shakespeare’s role in healing England during World War I. Lee, Nancy C.F.
     M.Phil., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

The representation of marriage in the visual culture of Victorian England. Holmlund, M.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Culture, visual; Marriage
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of national defence in British political debate, 1794-1812. Faulkner, J.S.M.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1794–1812
     Index terms: Defence, national
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The role of the Royal Scottish Academy in art education, 1826-1910. Soden, Joanna
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1826–1910
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Royal Scottish Academy; Education, artistic; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The search for emancipatory knowledge: working-class intellectual reflections on the natural and social order in mid 19th-century Britain, 1848-63. Wheeler, Bruce C.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1863
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The social and economic impact of railway development on the coastal plain communities of Sussex during the 19th century. Wakeford, Anthony
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The Stewarts of Mount Stewart, County Down, from the 1770s to the 1820s: the social and political rise of an Irish landed family. Stone, Joanne
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1820
     Index terms: Stewart family, of Mount Stewart, Co. Down; Ireland
     Categories: 18th Century; 19th Century

The tactical development of the 56th (London) Division on the Western Front, 1916-18. Brosnan, Matthew J.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1918
     Index terms: 56th (London) Division; Second World War, see World War I; Military tactics; World War I (1914-18); Army; Western Front
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The theory and practice of tank/infantry tactical co-operation during the First World War. Hammond, Christopher Brynley
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Tank warfare; Infantry; Military; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

The Victorian periodical and the woman writer: form, genre, authorship and audience in Household Words and All the Year Round. Huett, L.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Eng.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: All the Year Round; Household Words; Women writers; Press, periodical
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Topical portrait print advertising in London newspapers and The Term catalogues, 1660-1714. George, Claire
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1714
     Index terms: London; The Term; Advertising, print; Press, newspaper
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Variations on a theme: patterns of congruence and divergence among 18th-century chemical affinity theories. Taylor, Georgette N.L.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Violence and entertainment in 19th-century London. Crone, R.H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Entertainment, in London; Violence, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Violently democratic and anti-conservative'? An analysis of Presbyterian 'radicalism' in Ulster, c.1800-1852. Nelson, Julie L.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1852
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Ireland; Ulster; Ireland; Radicalism, Presbyterian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Wakefield: an 18th-century heyday?. Taylor, Ruth L.
     M.A., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Wakefield (Yorks.)
     Categories: 18th Century

William Ewart Gladstone and Christian apologetics, 1859-96. Gardner, John
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1896
     Index terms: Gladstone, William Ewart (1809-98), prime minister; Christians, Christianity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Winston's folly: imperialism and the creation of modern Iraq. Catherwood, Christopher
     Ph.D. by publication, East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1921–2000
     Index terms: Iraq, and Britain; Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874-1965), prime minister
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Women engineers in post-war Britain. Wray, Lesley
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Engineers, female; Women engineers
     Categories: Business history; Economic history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Women of Britain come into the factories: a comparison of female munitions workers during World War I and World War II. Webb, Samantha
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1945
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Munitions workers, female; Women; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: Military/naval history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Writing the asylum: madness, culture and subjectivity at the York Retreat Mental Hospital, c.1875-c.1940. Wannell, Louise
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1940
     Index terms: Madness, see Mental health; York Retreat Mental Hospital; Mental health
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

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Abortion in England, 1861-1939. Jones, Emma
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

A comparative study of massacres during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, 1641-53. Volmer, Inga
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1641–1653
     Index terms: Wars of the Three Kingdoms (1639-51); Massacres, in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms; Scotland; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Political history

A comparative study of the provision of public open space in industrialising societies east and west : the work of pioneer British and Japanese park designers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Shiba, Naho
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1875–2000
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

A crown and a cross: the origins, development and decline of the Methodist class meeting in 18th-century England. Goodhead, Andrew F.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1800
     Index terms: Methodist class meetings
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A cultural geography of late Victorian art collecting: identity, acquisition and display. Biltcliffe, Pippa
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Art collecting, Victorian; Display, art
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

A cultural history of information in 19th-century England: Victorian perceptions of an idea. Weller, Toni
     Ph.D., City University. (Information Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Information, in the Victorian era
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

Agrarian change in two lowland Scottish counties: East Lothian and Lanarkshire, c.1770-1820. Johnston, Muir
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1820
     Index terms: East Lothian; Agrarian change, in Scotland; Scotland; Lanarkshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Agriculture

Alfred Webb and nationalist politics in Ireland and India: the life of a Dublin Quaker printer. Regan, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1908
     Index terms: Politics, nationalist, in Ireland; India; Ireland; Nationalism, in Ireland; Webb, Alfred John (1834–1908), Irish nationalist and printer; Dublin; Printing, in Ireland; Quakers, Quakerism, in Ireland
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

Ancient Egyptian discovery in the British imagination, 1860-1922. Gange, David J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1922
     Index terms: Egypt, ancient; Egyptology
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'An exercise in gracious living': the north-east new towns, 1947-88. Boyes, David J.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1988
     Index terms: Towns, new, in the north-east
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

'An un-English activity?' The development of art history education after Ruskin and before the Courtauld. Miyahara, Katsura
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930
     Index terms: Education, art history; Art history; Courtauld Institute of Art; Ruskin, John (1819-1900), art critic
     Categories: 20th Century

An 'unspectacular' war? Reconstructing the history of the 2nd Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment during the Second World War. Craggs, Tracy
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: East Yorkshire Regiment, 2nd Battalion; World War II (1939-45); Army
     Categories: 20th Century

'A resonating void': strategies and responses to poverty, Bath, 1770-1835. Chivers, Jan
     D.Phil., Bath Spa. (Hist. & Cultural Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1785–1835
     Index terms: Bath; Welfare; Poverty
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

Armed conflict and border society: the east and middle Marches, 1536-1560. Becker, Jeffrey M.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1560
     Index terms: Marches; Border society, Welsh; Military; Border conflict
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Aspects of whig politics, with reference to science and the Georgic tradition, c.1790-1850. Bord, Joseph O.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1850
     Index terms: Politics, Whig; Science; Whigs, Whiggery; Georgic tradition
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspiring to manliness: tropes of masculinity and imperialism in the life and works of Elgar. Gould, Corissa
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music)
     Chronological coverage: 1877–1934
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Becoming a man: the prescriptions of manhood and manliness in early modern England. Jordan, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Nottingham Trent.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Manliness; Masculinity
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

‘Be valiant and fight the Lords battells’: sacred texts for soldiers during the English Civil Wars. Wang, Ying-Chien
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1649
     Index terms: Revolution, see English Revolution; English Revolution, see Civil War; Civil War (1642-9)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

Britain’s relations with Turkey during the Second World War. Tamkin, Nicholas
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Turkey, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Turkey; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British intelligence and threats to national security, c.1941-1951. Walton, J. Calder
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1951
     Index terms: National security; Intelligence
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

Britishness, logic and liberty: the cultural politics of 20th-century analytic philosophy. Akehurst, Thomas L.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

British World War II films, 1945-65: catharsis or national regeneration?. O'Neill, Esther
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Russell, David C.; Paris, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1965
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Film
     Categories: 20th Century

Causation and impact of silicosis in Scotland in the 20th century. Morrison, Sue
     Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian. (Hist.). Supervised by McFarland, Elaine W.; Johnston, Ronald
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Silicosis, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century

Children of the poor in London, 1700-80. Payne, Dianne
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1780
     Index terms: London; Poverty; Children
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Chucking buns across the fence? Governmental planning and regeneration projects in the Scottish Highland economy, 1945-82. MacKenzie, Niall
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Ross, Duncan M.; Rollings, Neil
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1982
     Index terms: Regeneration, in the Scottish Highlands; Scotland; Highlands, of Scotland; Government planning, in the Scottish Highlands
     Categories: 20th Century

Church patronage networks below the level of the episcopacy, 1770-1801. Payne, Reider C.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1801
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

Clerical masculinity and the turmoil of early modern England. Tate, Patricia
     M.Phil., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Church (16th-18th cent.); Masculinity, clerical; Clergy

Concepts of royal ecclesiastical supremacy in Restoration England. Rose, Jacqueline E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1685
     Index terms: Ecclesiastical supremacy, royal; Restoration (1660)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Conflict and the corporation: York 1603-1640. Rice, Michael J.
     M.A., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1640
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Construction of the network society: evolution of the electric telegraph 1837-69. Barton, Roger N.
     Ph.D., London. (Bartlett Sch. of Arch. & Planning)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1869
     Index terms: Communication, telegraphic; Electric telegraph
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Disease, war and the imperial state: the health of the British armed forces during the Seven Years' War, 1756-63. Charters, Erica M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1756–1763
     Index terms: Disease; Seven Years' War (1756-63); Army; War; Empire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Disestablishing moral science: John Neville Keynes, cultural authority and religion in Victorian England, 1860-1900. Vincent, Julien G.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1900
     Index terms: Keynes, John Neville (1852-1949), logician and economist; Religion, Victorian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Echoes of success: identity in the Highland regiments. Kelly, Ian S.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1945
     Index terms: Scotland; Highland regiments; Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Eighteenth-century British erotic literature: a reassessment. Skipp, Jennifer A.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Erotic literature
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Employment, politics and working-class women in north-east England, c.1790-1914. Mood, Jonathan W.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1914
     Index terms: Women, working-class; Employment, of women
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century; Local history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Enabling the Great War: ex-servicemen, the mixed economy of welfare and the social construction of disability 1899-1930. Kowalsky, Meaghan
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1930
     Index terms: Welfare, social; Disability; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

English godly art of dying manuals, c.1590-1625. Mayhew, Jenny
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1590–1625
     Index terms: Manuals, for the art of dying; Death
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ernest Zobole and the visual culture of south Wales since 1945. Thomas, Ceri
     Ph.D., Glamorgan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Cultur, visual, in Wales; Art; Wales; Zobole, Ernest (1927-99), artist
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Ernst Gombrich and the memory of Aby Warburg: emotion, identity and scholarship. Finch, Matthew E.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–2001
     Index terms: Warburg, Abraham Moritz (Aby) (1866-1929), art historian; Gombrich, Professor Sir Ernst (1909-2001), art historian; Art history
     Categories: 20th Century

Evangelicalism and enlightenment: the Moravian experience in England, c.1750-1800. Yonan, Jonathan
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800
     Index terms: Enlightenment, Moravian; Evangelicalism, Moravian; Moravia
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Experiencing Tudor architecture: exploring masculine identity in post-medieval space. Goulding, Rupert
     Ph.D., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1485–1603
     Index terms: Masculine identity, Tudor; Architecture, Tudor
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Falconry in Britain between 1750 and 1927: the survival, organisation and development of the sport. Mellor, Gordon
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1927
     Index terms: Falconry
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

Family and illness in 18th-century England. O'Connor, Sile
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Festival city: the arts, culture and moral conflict in Edinburgh, 1947-67. Bartie, Angela
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1967
     Index terms: Arts, in Scotland; Scotland; Edinburgh festival; Culture, in Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Fighting chance: war, popular belief and British society, 1900-51. Chambers, Vanessa
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1951
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Financing Lancashire's industrial development. Hart, Rosine
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Caunce, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1825
     Index terms: Lancashire; Industry, in Lancs.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Food and dearth in early modern England: the writings of Hugh Platt. Mukherjee, Ayesha
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Platt, Sir Hugh (1552-1608), writer on agriculture; Dearth, see Famine; Food; Famine
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Forgotten sisters: gender and factory legislation in England, c.1870-1900. Takeuchi, Keiko
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

'For women, for Wales and for Liberalism': women in Liberal politics in Wales, c.1883-1914. Masson, Ursula
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Beddoe, Deirdre; Hannam, June B.
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1914
     Index terms: Women, in Welsh Liberal politics; Wales; Liberal party, in Wales
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

From parson to professional: the clergy in Staffordshire, 1830-1960. Tomlinson, John
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1960
     Index terms: Clergy, in Staffordshire; Staffordshire; Church (19th-20th cent.); Professions
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

From post captain to diplomat: the transformation of Admiral Sir James Saumarez in the Napoleonic Wars. Voelcker, Timothy J.M.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1803–1815
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy; Royal Navy; Saumarez, James, 1st Baron de Saumarez (1757–1836), naval officer; Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

George Robert Fitzgerald (1748?-86) and the nature of 18th-century celebrity culture: an analysis of the language, character and representation of the late 18th-century celebrity drawn from literary sources. Cornish, Yvonne
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1766–1786
     Index terms: Celebrity culture; Fitzgerald, George Robert (c.1746-86), duellist; Duelling
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Health provision for transient workers in industry: some initiatives of owners and contractors, 1840-1950. Wardropper, Jane H.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1950
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare, industrial; Workers, transient
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History of the Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association. Barnett, Richard
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000
     Index terms: Medicine; Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association; see also Health
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Household management and the aristocratic woman in the Yorkshire country house, 1680-1815. Day, Julie
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1815
     Index terms: Aristocracy; Women; Household management; Country houses; Yorkshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Social history

Housing the working classes of Reading 1837-1939. Simons, Margaret
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1939
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

If you can’t play in the band - join the home league. Reece, Frieda L.
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1920
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Independent women in the public life of Victorian Salisbury. Howells, Jane
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

In public, in private: design and modernisation in the London public house, 1872-1902. Fisher, F.E.
     Ph.D., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1872–1902
     Index terms: Inns; Taverns; Public houses; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Intellectual and cultural interests of women in Ireland, c.1750-1850. Townsend, Lisa
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Culture, in Ireland; Ireland; Women, in Ireland; Intellectual life, in Ireland
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; 18th-19th Century

Intersecting sets: John Venn, church and university, 1834-1923. Clewlow, Michelle
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1923
     Index terms: Venn, John (1834-1923)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

Ireland: nationalist activity, 1917-20. Grayson, Natasha
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1921
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Irish Protestant migrants in the Scottish episcopal diocese of Glasgow and Galloway 1817-1929. Meredith, Ian
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1817–1929
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism, in Ireland; Scotland; Ireland; Migration, from Ireland; Episcopacy, in Scotland; Glasgow and Galloway, diocese
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

'Keeping going': housewives, neuroses and the domestic environment, 1945-70. Haggett, Alison
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Domestic environment; Women
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Leicestershire local and central government, 1685-1721. Paterson, Neil A.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1685–1721
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Lessons in history: citizenship and national identity in the teaching of history in England, c.1880-1914. Yeandle, Peter
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–2000
     Index terms: National identity; History, teaching of; Education; Schools; Citizenship
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Education

Liberal international thought in Britain, 1880-1918. Sylvest, Casper
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1918
     Index terms: International thought; Liberals, Liberalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Liberalism against democracy: a study of the life, thought and work of Robert Lowe, to 1867. Ingham, Christopher
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1867
     Index terms: Lowe, Robert, Viscount Sherbrooke (1811–92), politician; Democracy; Liberalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

Locating contemporary witches in magical and scientific belief and practice systems. Fitzwater, Helen
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Magic; Witches, Witchcraft; Science
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Lord lieutenancy of Cambridgeshire under Charles I, 1625-1640. Mann, Bryan N.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Charles I (1600–1649), king; Cambridgeshire; Lord-lieutenants, in Cambridgeshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

Magical imagination and modern urbanisation c.1750-1850. Bell, Karl
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Imagination, urban; Urbanisation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

Marriage in Scotland, 1650-1850. Barclay, Katie
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1850
     Index terms: Marriage, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Social history

Material culture in early modern Yorkshire: the role of goods in the creation of social identities in three Yorkshire communities, 1660-1780. Love, Eleanor
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1780
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Social history

'Men of Kent': gender and nationhood in regional perspective, 1815-37. Beresford, Katherine S.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1837
     Index terms: Nationhood; Gender; Kent
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

Methodist politics in Ireland, 1861-1914. Morris, Nicola K.
     Ph.D., Liverpool.
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1914
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Myth and reality: uncovering and discovering the nurses of St George's Hospital, London 1850-1900. Hawkins, Susan
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Hospitals; Nurses, Nursing; London, St George's Hospital; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Negotiating orthodoxy: parliament, toleration and godly settlement in England, 1642-9. Chung, Youngkwon
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Index terms: Religious toleration; Parliament; Religion; Godly settlement
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

‘One equal music’: the Royal College of Music, its inception and the legacy of Sir George Grove, 1883-95. Brightwell, Giles W.E.
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1895
     Index terms: Grove, George, Sir, 1820-1900, writer on music; Music; Royal College of Music
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Parish constables versus police constables: policing early 19th-century Essex. Scollan, Maureen
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

Pattern books, showrooms and furniture design: interactions between producers and consumers in England, 1754-1851. Shimbo, Akiko
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1754–1851
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

Patterns of allotment holding in the Black Country, 1914-2000. McNicol, S.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Henderson, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1914–2000
     Categories: 20th Century

Perceptions of extraordinary natural events in England, 1692-1783. Smyth, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1692–1783
     Index terms: Natural events, extraordinary
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Social history

‘Pitied but distrusted’: discourses surrounding British widows of the First World War. Smith, Angela
     Ph.D., Sunderland.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1925
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

'Plenti and grase': food and drink in a 16th-century gentry household. Dawson, Mark
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics and economics in the London sugar trade, 1670-1904. Pryor, Alan
     M.Phil., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1670–1904
     Index terms: Sugar trade, in London; Trade, in London; London; see also Merchants
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Economic history

Popular memory and urban restucturing: London's riverscapes. Butler, Toby
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

Power, display and the symbolic terrains of Protestant Dublin, c.1660-1760. Usher, Robin
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestants, in Dublin; Ireland; Dublin, Protestant
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Pre-Victorian prudery: the Family Shakespeare and the birth of Bowdlerism. Burden, Emily C.L.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1774–1825
     Index terms: Shakespeare, Bowdlerised; Prudery; Family Shakespeare; Bowdlerism; Censorship
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Prime ministers and civil service reform 1960-1974. Davis, Jon
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1974
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

Protestant nonconformity and sectarianism in Restoration Northamptonshire, 1660-89. Geldart, Paul M.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1689
     Index terms: Nonconformity; Protestants, Protestantism; Northamptonshire; Sectarianism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

Radio geopolitics: the BBC World Service and Britain's 'voice around the world'. Pinkerton, Alasdair
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1965–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

Railway influence in Kingston-upon-Thames: paternalism, 'welfarism' and 19th-century society, 1838-1912. Giles, Audrey
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Drummond-Thompson, Philip; French, Christopher J.
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1912
     Index terms: Kingston-upon-Thames; Paternalism; Railways, in Kingston-upon-Thames; Welfarism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Railways, landowners and landscape in the county of Norfolk, 1840-1910. Batley, Peter
     M.Phil., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1910
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

Reading the Scottish Enlightenment: libraries, readers and intellectual culture in provincial Scotland, c.1750-c.1820. Towsey, Mark R.M.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1820
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Redistribution and the Second Reform Act: the intended, and unintended, electoral effects on the balance of the political parties. Woodberry, Richard D.A.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1867
     Index terms: Second Reform Act (1867); Party politics
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Rehabilitating the canon: a history of Handel's Messiah in performance. Tyack, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music)
     Chronological coverage: 1742–2000
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

Robert Louis Stevenson's South Seas writing: its production and context within the Victorian study of culture. Ratnapalan, Laavanyan
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1894
     Categories: Medicine; 18th-19th Century; Art and Architecture; Science and technology

Satisfying the demands of the new Victorian middle class in a county town: the suburban development of Winchester, 1871-1903. Grover, Christine
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist)
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1903
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

Scottish freemasonry, 1725-1810: progress, power, and politics. Coleman Wallace, Mark
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1725–1810
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Secretaries, statesmen and spies: the clerks of the Tudor Privy Council, c.1540-c.1603. Vaughan, Jacqueline D.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1603
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Secret history: the politics of narrative form, 1674-1725. Bullard, Rebecca
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1674–1725
     Index terms: Narrative form
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir Roger Twysden 1597-1672: a re-appraisal of his life and writings. Petrie, Sue
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1597–1672
     Index terms: Twysden, Sir Roger, 2nd baronet (1597–1672), antiquary
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sixteenth-century Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Heley, Gwendolynn
     Ph.D., Durham. (Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Newcastle-upon-Tyne
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'So barbarous a practice': Cornish wrecking, c.1700-1860, and its survival as a popular myth. Pearce, Cathryn
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Greenwich Maritime Inst.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1860
     Index terms: Wrecking, in Cornwall; Cornwall
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

Strategy, solvency and the state: the development of the railway system of northern Scotland, 1844-1874. Fletcher, Peter
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1844–1874
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

Strawberry Recording Studios and the development of recording studios in Britain, 'c.'1967-93. Wadsworth, Peter J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Taithe, Bertrand O.
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1993
     Categories: 20th Century

Street sex for sale in Soho, 1918-39: experiences, representations and attempts at control. Slater, Stefan
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Striving to preserve the peace! The police, campaign for civil liberties and dynamics of disorder in interwar Britain. Clark, Janet
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Lawrence, Paul; Emsley, Clive
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Disorder; Civil liberties; Police
     Categories: 20th Century

Studies in the early Elizabethan life and works of Henry Howard, later earl of Northampton, 1540-1614. Andersson, Daniel
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg)
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1614
     Index terms: Howard, Henry, earl of Northampton (1540–1614), courtier
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Ancient Order of Hibernians: a Belfast-Liverpool comparison, c.1905-34. Williams, Richard D.
     M.Phil., Liverpool.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1934
     Index terms: Belfast; Ancient Order of Hibernians; Liverpool
     Categories: 20th Century

The Anglican prayer book controversy of 1927-28 and national religion. Maiden, John
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1927–1928
     Categories: 20th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The armed services and Glasgow University, 1914-18. Hughes, Gerard A.C.
     M.Phil., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Armed services, in Scotland; Scotland; Military, in Scotland; Glasgow, University; Universities
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The BBC and its policy towards refugee musicians in the 1930s. Cleaton, Sheena
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The Book of Sports and the politics of sabbatarianism in Tudor and Stuart England. Dougall, Alistair R.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1685
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Political history

The British Army, 1922-1944: military thought and practice compared and contrasted. Anglim, Simon
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Int. Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1944
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The British army in Ireland, 1916-21: a social and cultural history. Butler, Benjamin L.
     Ph.D., Hull.
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1921
     Index terms: Military; Army, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The British infantry and atrocities on the western front, 1914-1918. Hodges, Paul D.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

'The business of engineers': the organisation and education of military engineers during the 18th century. Phillipson, Andrew
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Thomas, James
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Military; Engineers, Engineering, military; Education, professional
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The challenge of Socinianism in mid 17th-century England. Mortimer, Sarah
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1660
     Index terms: Socinianism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The children's war: British children's experience of the Great War. Kennedy, Rosie
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

The Church of Ireland and the famine in Ulster. Tumelty, Kathryn
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Connolly, Sean J.
     Chronological coverage: 1846–1851
     Index terms: Famine, Irish; Ireland; Church of Ireland; Ulster
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The concept of 'port' and 'outport' re-examined: the Medina estuary, Isle of Wight, as a case study, 1650-2000. Wood, Phillip G.
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–2000
     Index terms: Isle of Wight; Medina estuary; Ports
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The conjurer, the fairy, the Devil and the preacher: popular magic and religion in Wales, 1700-1905. Tallis, Lisa M.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1905
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The Council of Ireland: a political and historical analysis. Hughes, Albert
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1925
     Index terms: Council of Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The crisis in the countryside: poverty in Surrey 1815-32. Hill, Judy
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1834
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

The development of Anglican evangelicalism in London 1736-1836 with special reference to the Revd. John Newton. Pytches, Revd. Peter N.L.
     M.Phil., Open University. (Relig. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1736–1836
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The development of British tactical doctrine in land warfare 1914-1945. Evans, Nicholas
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1945
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The development of Conservative party policy towards Ireland, 1830-5. Jones, Branwen N.
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1835
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The development of Republican politics in East Tyrone, 1892-1918. McCluskey, Fergal
     Ph.D, Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1918
     Index terms: Politics, in Ireland; Republicanism, in Ireland; Ireland; East Tyrone
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of the new police in the Scottish borders, c.1840-99. Smale, David
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Emsley, Clive; Donnachie, Ian L.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1899
     Index terms: Borders, of Scotland; Police, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The English response to Jacobitism, 1745: the case of Manchester. Hodgetts, Robert
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1745–1745
     Index terms: Jacobites, Jacobitism; Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

The episcopate of the Church of Ireland, 1603-60. Rickett, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1660
     Index terms: Episcopacy, in Ireland; Church of Ireland; Ireland; Religion, in Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The first Battle of Britain, 1917-18, and the origins of British air defence. Hryniewicz, Alex
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1918
     Index terms: Battle of Britain (1917-18); Airborne defence
     Categories: 20th Century

The General Steam Navigation Company, c.1850-1913: a business history. Forrester, Robert
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Greenwich Maritime Inst.)
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1913
     Index terms: General Steam Navigation Company; Steamships
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Economic history

The gentry, the nobility and London residence, c.1580-1680. Warren, Ian
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1860
     Index terms: Nobility, in London; Gentry, in London; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The history of gastroenterology in the U.K., with special reference to north-west England. Shreeve, David
     M.Phil., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The idea of the West in British foreign policy discourse after 1940. Tate, Simon
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2000
     Index terms: West, ideal of; Foreign policy
     Categories: 20th Century

The idioms of practice: British neurology, 1880-1960. Caspar, Stephen
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1960
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The impact of the Counter-Reformation on the political thinking of Irish Catholics, c.1540-c.1640. Finnegan, Michael D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1640
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church, in Ireland; Catholics, see Roman Catholics; Counter-Reformation; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The influence of British and Japanese mercantile circles upon the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1894-1902. Uruma, Mayumi
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1894–1902
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

The invisible throne: the Royal Navy, polar exploration and imagining heroes in the 19th century. Lewis-Jones, Huw W.G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Heroes, Heroism; Polar exploration; Royal Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The Labour party and impact of war, 1939-45. Crowcroft, Robert
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

The life, educational philosophy and practice of William Joseph Petre (1847-93). Foster, Stewart K.
     Ph.D., Hull.
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1893
     Index terms: Petre, William Joseph, 13th Baron Petre (1847-93); Educational philosophy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The making of the civic community: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1850-1900. Ito, Kota
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Community, civic; Newcastle-upon-Tyne
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Manchester and Salford Womens' Citizen's Association: a study of women's citizenship, 1913-48. Smith, Joanne
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1948
     Categories: Social history; Local history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

‘The man who writes tunes’: an assessment of the work of Eric Coates (1886-1957) and his role within the field of British light music. Payne, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1957
     Index terms: Coates, Eric (1998-1957), composer; Music
     Categories: 20th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The Ministry of Agriculture, the N.F.U. and British agriculture in the first application to the E.E.C., 1961-3. Twining, Diana
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ludlow, N. Piers
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1963
     Index terms: Ministry of Agriculture; National Farmers' Union; Agriculture; N.F.U., see National Farmers' Union; Farming; European Economic Community
     Categories: 20th Century

The naval intelligence service since World War I. Cobb, Stephen
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Military and naval history; Administrative history

The negotiation and fashioning of female honour in early modern London, 1560-1690. Reinke-Williams, Tim
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1690
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Then what could Chamberlain do other than what Chamberlain did? A synthesis of the alternatives to Chamberlain's policy of appeasement, 1936-9. Stedman, Andrew
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Chamberlain, (Arthur) Neville (1869–1940), prime minister; Appeasement
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history

The Orders of the Garter, the Thistle, and the Bath and the formation of the British honours system, 1660-1760. Matikkala, Antti S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Index terms: Order of the Bath; Order of the Thistle; Order of the Garter; Honours system
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The origins and development of Association Football in the Liverpool district, c.1875-c.1915. Preston, Tom
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Walton, John K.; Russell, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1915
     Index terms: Football, in Liverpool; Association Football, see Football; Liverpool; Sport
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The ’physiological turn’ of Scottish philosophy: the Scottish Enlightenment, the body and popular philosophy in the early 19th century. Rosset, Nathalie
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Philosophy, in Scotland; Enlightenment, in Scotland; Scotland; Body
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Political history

The place of knowledge in 18th-century Birmingham. Scott, Zillah A.A.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Science and technology; Medicine; Art and Architecture; Education

The political and cultural worlds of William Blundell (1620-98); a 17th-century English Catholic gentleman. Baker, Geoff
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1698
     Index terms: Gentry; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Blundell, William (1620–98), royalist landowner and topographer
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The political culture of Boston, 1540-1640. Carlton, Ann
     M.Phil., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Sweet, Rosemary H.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1640
     Index terms: Lincolnshire; Boston, Lincs.; Culture, political
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of co-operation: consumer co-operative societies in Birmingham and Bristol 1880-1921. Shelley, Christopher
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Hilton, Matthew
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1921
     Index terms: Birmingham; Co-operative societies; Bristol
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The politics of custom: the identity of particpants in 17th-century enclosure riots. Falvey, Heather
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Agriculture

The politics of defamation in the reign of Elizabeth I. Thomas, Heather J.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Bangor Hist. & Welsh Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of honour in Restoration theatre: moments of crisis, 1660-88. Huntley, Marjorie Ford
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1688
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Political history

The politics of sudden death: the office and role of the coroner in England and Wales, 1726-1888. Fisher, Pamela J.
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1726–1888
     Index terms: Wales; Coroners; Law
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The position, role and influence of Sir Horace Wilson during Neville Chamberlain's government, 1937-40. Phillips, Adrian G.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1940
     Index terms: Chamberlain, (Arthur) Neville (1869-1940), prime minister; Wilson, Sir Horace John (1882-1972), civil servant
     Categories: 20th Century

The reconstruction of life sciences in academia, 1950-2000. Lancelot, Gael
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000
     Categories: 20th Century; Education

The retardation of the infant mortality decline in England during the late 19th and 20th century. Glenister, Paul
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare; Mortality, infant; Children
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

The roots of pre-eminence: the economic fortunes and regional status of Cardiff, 1670-1875. Watson, Richard
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1670–1875
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Local history

The Scotch colony': Presbyterians in Ulster, 1680-c.1730. Whan, Robert
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hayton, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1730
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Ireland; Ulster; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The south Wales miners, 1964-85. Curtis, Ben
     Ph.D., Glamorgan. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1985
     Index terms: Mines, Mining, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century; Economic history

The spectacle of the city in Manchester and Liverpool, 1920-40. Wildman, Charlotte
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1940
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

The sportswoman in fiction and in fact: able-bodied womanhood in Victorian literature. Huang, Jin-ya
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Sport, and women; Women, in sport
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The temperance movement in Sunderland, 1830-55. Harty, A.W.
     Ph.D., Sunderland.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1855
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Local history

The three questions: James II, the penal laws and tests and the landed classes, 1687-8. Walker, S. Peter
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1687–1688
     Index terms: Three Questions (1687); Penal laws; James II and VII (1633–1701), king; Test Act (1673); Landed classes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

The west country Fox family: a study of English Quakerism, 1840-1920. Richardson, Pamela R.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1920
     Index terms: West country; Quakers, Quakerism; Fox family
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Ecclesiastical and religious history

Timber frame construction in north-east Scotland: a century of precedent, 1830s-1930s. Bruce, Iain Stevenson
     Ph.D., Robert Gordon.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1940
     Index terms: Timber frame construction, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Traditions and transitions: St. Martin's sculpture department, 1952-79. Westley, Hester R.
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Wilson, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1952–1979
     Index terms: Sculpture; Central St. Martin's; Art, Artists
     Categories: 20th Century

Typhoid in Uppingham: a Victorian town and school in crisis 1875-77. Richardson, Nigel
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1877
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

Unsung revolution: women in the ordained ministry of the Salvation Army 1865-1900. Kew, Geraldine
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1878–2000
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 18th-19th Century

Untold histories: black people in England and Wales 1660-1812. Chater, Kathleen
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history

Using bacteriology in the hospital and in society: England, 1880-1939. Wall, Rosemary B.
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Mendelsohn, J. Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1939
     Index terms: Bacteriology; Health, Healthcare; Hospitals
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Victorian medical men and their understanding of the female condition, 1859-1900. Trompeter, Barbara
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1900
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Medicine; Science and technology; Art and Architecture

William Andrews Nesfield (1794-1881): artist and landscape gardener. Evans, Shirley R.
     Ph.D., Plymouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1814–1881
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Nesfield, William Andrews (1794-1881), artist and landscape gardener; Gardens, Gardening
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

William Fitzwilliam, earl of Southampton, 1490-1542: a thematic study. Helps, Ian G.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1510–1542
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Women activists and women's associations in Ireland, 1945-1968. Shepard, Christopher
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1968
     Index terms: Activism, female, in Ireland; Women, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

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Accounting for the management of the River Tyne in the 19th century. Brackenborough, Susan
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Tyne, River
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A critical assessment of the early predestination controversy between George Whitefield and John and Charles Wesley, and its influence on Methodist theology, with special reference to the Wesley hymns, 1737-42. Kim, Sung Hyun
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1737–1742
     Index terms: Hymns, Methodist; Music, Methodist; Methodists, Methodism; Predestination controversy; Wesley, Charles (1707–88), founder of Methodism; Wesley, John (1703–91), founder of Methodism; Whitefield, George (1714–70), Methodist leader
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A cultural history of Wiltshire, 1750-1800. Driscoll, Patrick M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800
     Index terms: Wiltshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Adding the half-pence to the pence: subsidy and censorship of the Abbey Theatre, 1915-39. Arrington, Lauren
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1939
     Index terms: Dublin; Theatre, in Irelamd; Subsidy, theatrical; Abbey, Theatre, Dublin; Ireland; Censorship, theatrical
     Categories: 20th Century

A kind of superior hobby: women managers in the John Lewis partnership, 1918-50. Faraday, J.
     M.Phil., Wolverhampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Ugolini, Laura
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1950
     Index terms: Women, in the retail business; Retail business; John Lewis partnership
     Categories: Gender and Women; Business history; 20th Century

'A machinery for the moral elevation of a town population': church extension in Glasgow, 1800-43. Lafferty, Allan G.M.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1843
     Index terms: Churches, in Glasgow; Glasgow; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An architectural history of Christ Church cathedral Dublin c.1540 – c.1870. Kinsella, Stuart
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Stalley, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1870
     Index terms: Architecture, religious, in Ireland; Art, religious, in Ireland; Dublin; Christchurch cathedral, Dublin; Ireland

An arrow from a quiver'. Written instruction for a reading people: John Wesley's Arminian Magazine (January 1778-February 1791). Prosser, Barbara
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1778–1791
     Index terms: Arminian Magazine; Wesley, John (1703–91), founder of Methodism; Reading; Methodists, Methodism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An enigmatic persona: impressions of the character and reputation of Christopher Marlowe (1564-93) from 1585 to 2005. Crawley, Roger
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Mullett, Michael A.
     Chronological coverage: 1584–1593
     Index terms: Marlowe, Christopher (1564-93)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

An examination of Irish institutions from their foundation to the present. Collins, Mary
     M.Litt., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Vaughan, William
     Chronological coverage: 1923–2008
     Index terms: Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

An examination of public housing policy in relation to women in rural Ireland, north and south (1945-60). McCarthy, Mary
     Ph.D., Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by Whelan, Bernadette
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Women, in Ireland; Housing policy, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Economic history; Cultural history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

An investigation into the nature and causes of Anglican conversions to the Roman Catholic church in England post World War II. Ormrod, Richard J.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Theol.). Supervised by McLeod, D. Hugh
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Anglicans, Anglicanism; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Conversion, religious
     Categories: 20th Century

An investigation of the impact of Darwin on his contemporaries in the fields of garden and horticultural design and of botanical representation. Kerrigan, Philip
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Corbett, David
     Chronological coverage: 1858–1892
     Index terms: Horticultural design; Gardens, Gardening; Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-82), naturalist; Botanical representation
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Anti-communism: studies of its impact on the U.K. labour movement in the early years (1945-50) of the Cold War. Sibley, Tom
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1950
     Index terms: Anti-communism; Cold War; Labour movement
     Categories: 20th Century

Antonio Gramsci and the politics of New Labour. Pearmain, Andrew
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wood, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1911–1937
     Categories: 20th Century

"A perfect elysium and the residence of a divinity": a social analysis of country houses and policies in late 17th- and 18th-century Scotland. Hale, Caroline
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Driscoll, Stephen T.; Macaulay, James
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1800
     Index terms: Country houses, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A practical modern education': the role of the dissenting academies in the development of English education. Moss, C.R.
     M.Phil., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1850
     Index terms: Dissenting academies; Education, dissenting
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A regional, quantitative and qualitative study of the employment, disciplining and discharging of workhouse medical officers of the New Poor Law throughout 19th-century England and Wales. Price, K.P.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1900
     Index terms: New Poor Law; Employment; Poor Law, see New Poor Law; Workhouse medical officers; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Artist, scribe and patron: early 16th-century work in two Percy family manuscripts. Naylor, Pat
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Davis, Virginia G.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1525
     Index terms: Patronage, artistic; Art, Artists; Percy family; Manuscripts; Scribes
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A social history of yoga and Ayurveda in Britain, 1950-95. Newcombe, Suzanne M.H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1995
     Index terms: Ayurveda; Yoga
     Categories: 20th Century

Aspects of infant mortality in a university town, Cambridge 1875-1911. Walsh, Joan
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1911
     Index terms: Death; Infant mortality; Children; Health, Healthcare; Cambridge
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aspects of religious change, regional culture and resistance in Yorkshire c.1530-70. Watson, Emma
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Shiels, William
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1570
     Index terms: Regional culture, in Yorks.; Yorkshire; Religion, in Yorkshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A study of aspiration and ambition: the Scottish Treasury Commission and its impact upon the development of Scottish country house architecture, 1667-82. Wemyss, Charles
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by McKean, Charles A.
     Chronological coverage: 1667–1682
     Index terms: Country houses, in Scotland; Scottish Treasury Commission; Scotland; Architecture, in Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

At the sign of the foul anchor: discipline and morale in the Royal Navy during the First World War. Rowe, Laura
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.; Philpott, William
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Discipline, naval; World War I (1914-18); Navy; Morale, naval
     Categories: 20th Century

B.B.C. television documentary 1960-70: a history. Irwin, Mary
     Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1970
     Index terms: British Broadcasting Corporation; Television documentary; B.B.C., see British Broadcasting Corporation; Documentaries, television
     Categories: 20th Century

Becoming gentlemen: women writers, masculinity and war, 1778-1818. Woodworth, Megan A.
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1778–1818
     Index terms: Masculinity; Women writers; War
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Intellectual history; Social history; 18th-19th Century

Beyond home: housewives and the nation, private and public identities, 1939-49. Purcell, Jennifer
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Langhamer, Claire L.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1949
     Index terms: Identity, domestic; Housewives; Women
     Categories: 20th Century

Beyond the ideal: motherhood in industrial Lancashire, 1860-1937. Moore, Francesca P.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1937
     Index terms: Industralisation; Mothers, Motherhood; Lancashire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Black was the colour of our fight': Black Power in Britain, 1955-76. Wild, Rosalind E.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1976
     Index terms: Black power
     Categories: 20th Century

Britain and the sterling float in 1972. Sahin, Sila
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1972–1972
     Index terms: Sterling float; Financial markets; Monetary policy
     Categories: 20th Century

British planning for the defence of India. Gillon, Benjamin T.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by O'Brien, Phillips P.; Ball, Simon J.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1947
     Index terms: India, British; Empire
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

British television, 1925-36: attitudes and expectations. Aldridge, Mark P.A.
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1936
     Index terms: Television, see also Media
     Categories: 20th Century

British theatres, 1926-91: an architectural history. Fair, Alistair J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1926–1991
     Index terms: Architecture, theatrical; Theatre, see also Drama
     Categories: 20th Century

Business and benevolence: the East India Company's management of its London warehouse labourers, 1800-58. Makepeace, Margaret
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Bowen, Huw V.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1858
     Index terms: Labourers, East India Company; London; East India Company
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Capital punishment in northern England, 1750-1900. Bentley, David R.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Withington, Phil J.; Chase, Malcolm S.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1900
     Index terms: Capital punishment; Crime
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Challenge and change: the big house in north-eastern Ireland, 1878-c.1960. Purdue, Olwen R.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1960
     Index terms: Country houses, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Christian ideals of manliness during the period of the evangelical revival, c.1730-c.1840. Van Reyk, William G.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1840
     Index terms: Evangelicalism; Masculinity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

City of towers: British perceptions of the skyscraper in the first decades of the 20th century. Haddrell, Carl
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1935
     Index terms: Architecture, urban; Skyscrapers
     Categories: 20th Century

Class, gender and education in the 20th century: an exploration of education life histories of correspondents to the Mass Observation Archive. Cairns, Teresa M.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–2000
     Index terms: Education; Gender; Class, social; Mass Observation Archive
     Categories: 20th Century

Class, nation and localism in the Northumberland art world, 1820-1939. Mumba, Rachel
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1939
     Index terms: Localism, in Northumberland; Northumberland; Class, social, in Northumberland; Art, Artists, in Northumberland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Commercial finance during the industrial revolution: a study of local, national and international credit, 1800-44. Ishizu, Mina
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Hudson, Patricia
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1844
     Index terms: Commerce; Industrial revolution; Credit
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Community leisure in Halifax between c.1850 and 1918. Cheetham, Gary
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Chartres, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1918
     Index terms: Community, in Halifax; Yorkshire; Halifax, Yorks.; Leisre, in Halifax
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Conflicting modernities? Arts and Crafts and commercial influences in the decoration of the middle-class home, 1890-1914. Lara-Betancourt, Patricia
     Ph.D., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Index terms: Middle classes; Domestic interiors; Arts and Crafts movement; Interior decoration
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Conservative women, the Primrose League and public activity in Surrey and Sussex, c.1880-1902. Jesman, Christine
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Langhamer, Claire L.; Howkins, Alun J.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1918
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservative party; Surrey; Women; Primrose League; Sussex
     Categories: 19th Century; Political history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

County Armagh and the Great War, 1914-18. Cousins, James
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Jeffery, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); First World War, see World War I; Armagh; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

County Limerick and the Irish Revolution, 1913-21. O'Callaghan, John
     Ph.D., Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Donnell, Ruan
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1921
     Index terms: Limerick, county; Irish Revolution (1916-21); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Court politics and the kinship of James VI & I, c.1615-c.1622. Courtney, Alexander
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1615–1622
     Index terms: Court politics; James VI and I (1566–1625), king; Kinship, royal
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Cricket's forgotten past: a social and cultural history of the game in the West Riding of Yorkshire, 1820-70. Light, Robert F.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Holt, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Sport; Cricket; West Riding, Yorks.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Curators, culture and conflict: understanding the effects and consequences of the Second World War on the U.K.'s museums, 1926-65. Pearson, Catherine
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Archaeol.). Supervised by French, David; Keene, Suzanne
     Chronological coverage: 1926–1965
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Museums
     Categories: 20th Century

Death, mourning and commemoration in 19th-century Scotland. Smith, Michael
     Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian. (Hist.). Supervised by Macdonald, Catriona M.M.; McFarland, Elaine W.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Mourning, in Scotland; Death, in Scotland; Scotland; Commemoration, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Derwent Coleridge (1800-83) and the deacon schoolmaster. Nicholas, David
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education). Supervised by Crook, David
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1883
     Index terms: Coleridge, Derwent (1800-83), writer and educationist; Education
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Diana and Antoinette Powell-Cotton: ’interested amateurs’?. Legrand, Louise
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Sleigh, Charlotte
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1997
     Index terms: Powell-Cotton, Antoinette (1913-97), archaeologist; Powell-Cotton, Diana (1908-86), doctor
     Categories: 20th Century

Discourses of infanticide in England, 1880-1922. Grey, Daniel
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Arnot, Margaret L.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1922
     Index terms: Children, murder of; Infanticide
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Early 19th-century burgh gaols in the northern counties of Scotland: the old system and its reform. MacKenzie, Stuart G.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: Prisons, in Scotland; Burgh gaols, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Eating into Jewishness: food and Jewish identities in Britain 1955-2005. Gerson, Jane
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1955–2005
     Index terms: Food, and Jewish identity; Jews, Jewishness; Identity, Jewish
     Categories: 20th Century

Efforts to devise a standard of taste from the Restoration to Pope. Floyd, Daniel F.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1744
     Index terms: Pope, Alexander (1688–1744), poet; Restoration (1660); Taste, standards of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Eighth Army: morale and combat effectiveness. Fennell, Jonathan
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1942
     Index terms: Morale, military; World War II (1939-45); Army; Eighth Army; Combat effectiveness
     Categories: 20th Century

Elias Ashmole's 'heraldicall visitacion' of Berkshire, 1665-6. Ailes, Adrian
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1665–1666
     Index terms: Ashmole, Elias (1617–92), astrologer and antiquary; Berkshire; Heraldry
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy, a biography. Wright, Maureen
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Purvis, June
     Chronological coverage: 1854–1913
     Index terms: Elmy, Elizabeth Clarke Wolstenholme (1833-1918), sufragette campaigner
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Empire of the imagination: Victorian popular fiction and the occult, 1880-1910. O'Byrne, T.K.
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1910
     Index terms: Fiction, popular; Occult
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

English keyboard sources and their contexts, c.1660-1720. Woolley, Andrew L.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1720
     Index terms: Keyboard sources; Music
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Estimable and gifted? Women in Scottish politics, c.1918-55. Baxter, Kenneth
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Kenefick, William
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1955
     Index terms: Women, in Scotland; Politics, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history; Gender and Women

Exmoor dreaming: reflections from a cultural ecology. Sharman, Paul
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Geog.). Supervised by Harvey, David; Brace, Catherine
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Somerset; Exmoor, Som.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Flights of imagination: episodes in the development of the British navigable airship, 1900-30. Neilson, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930
     Index terms: Flight, powered; Airships
     Categories: 20th Century

From analogy-making to modelling: the history of analog computing as a modelling technology. Care, Charles P.
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1970
     Index terms: Science; Computing, analogue; Technology
     Categories: 20th Century

From persecution to mass migration: the "alien" in popular print and society, 1881-1906. Smart, Greg
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1906
     Index terms: Press, print; Aliens, views of; Migration
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From tradition to modernism: British landscape painting in the post-war period. Antal Mavity, Imola
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Landscape painting; Art
     Categories: 20th Century

Gaming in England 1540-1760. Tosney, Nicholas B.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Glaisyer, Natasha
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1760
     Index terms: Gaming
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Gardens for the London child: the utilisation of gardens and nature for the physical, educational and psychological development of children in London, 1850-1939. Stacy, Lorna
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1939
     Index terms: Gardens, and children; Children, development of; London; Nature, and children
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Gender, national identity and political agency in 18th-century Scotland. Carr, Rosalind
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Kidd, Colin; Abrams, Lynn
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Scotland; Political agency, in Scotland; Identity, national, in Scotland; Gender, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Geography and modernity: changing land, law and life on Cranborne Chase in the 19th century. Cheeseman, Caroline
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Cranborne Chase; Hampshire; Wiltshire; Dorset; Geography
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Girls of the spinning house: a social study of young Cambridge street walkers, 1823-94. Oswald, Janet
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Emsley, Clive; Loftus, Donna
     Chronological coverage: 1823–1894
     Index terms: Prostitution, in Cambridge; Cambridge; Women
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Government by journalism': Sligo and the newspaper industry, 1885-1927. Wehrly, Mark
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1927
     Index terms: Journalism, in Ireland; Newspapers, see Press; Sligo; Press, newspaper, in Ireland; Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Gradual spiritual formation: postcolonial mental handicap nursing in Ireland, 1919-70. Sweeney, John F.
     Ph.D., Salford.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1970
     Index terms: Ireland; Health, Healthcare, mental, in Ireland; Nursing, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Grub Street culture: the newspapers of Nathaniel Mist, 1716-28. Symonds, Matthew T.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hoppit, Julian
     Chronological coverage: 1716–1728
     Index terms: London, Grub Street; Mist, Nathaniel (d. 1737), newspaper printer and publisher; Press, newspaper
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Hand tool manufacture during the Industrial Revolution: sawmaking in Sheffield, c.1750-c.1830. Barley, Simon L.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1830
     Index terms: Sheffield, Yorks.; Hand tool manufacture; Industrial Revolution; Sawmaking
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Hegemony, institutionalisation and political journalism: the case of the English radical press, 1789-1832. Prentoulis, Marina
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1832
     Index terms: Journalism, political; Press, radical
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

History of correspondence chess in Britain and Ireland. Harding, Timothy
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Vaughan, William
     Chronological coverage: 1928–2008
     Index terms: Games; Chess; Correspondence chess; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Homosexuality and military authority in the British armed forces, 1939-1945. Vickers, Emma
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Peniston-Bird, Corinna
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Homosexuality, in the armed forces; World War II (1939-45); Army; Military authority
     Categories: 20th Century

Human intelligence tradecraft and M.I.5 operations in Britain, 1919-40. Quinlan, Kevin P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1940
     Index terms: Intelligence, military; M.I.5
     Categories: 20th Century

"I can do that too" had been my detestable cry': female activism, empire and cultural production, c.1880-1912, through the prism of Flora Annie Steel. Goodwin, Gráinne
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by de Groot, Joanna
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1912
     Index terms: Steel, Flora Annie (1847–1929), writer on India and educationist; Women; Female activism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Images of politics: cartoons, caricatures and popular political images in Britain, c.1830-80. Miller, Henry
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Catterall, Peter P.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1880
     Index terms: Caricatures, political; Cartoons, political
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Imaginative economies: the woman reader and society, 1789-1820. De Ritter, Richard
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1820
     Index terms: Women readers; Reading
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Imagining Wales: political and civil reactions to the modernisation of Welsh society, 1950-70. (Dychmygu Cymru: ymatebion gwleidyddol a sifil I foderneiddiad y gymdeithas gymreig, 1950-70.) (In Welsh medium.). Wiliam, Mari E.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist., Welsh Hist. & Arch.). Supervised by Griffith, William P.; Tanner, Duncan
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970
     Index terms: Wales, modernisation of
     Categories: 20th Century

Integrating documentary and archaeological evidence for battles: a case study from 17th-century England. Foard, Glen
     M.Phil., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Liddiard, Robert E.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Battles, see Warfare
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

International competition and strategic response in the Dundee jute industry during the inter-war (1919-39) and post-war (1945-60s) period: the case of Jute Industries, Buist Spinning, Craiks and Scott and Fyfe. Masrani, S.K.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1970
     Index terms: Jute Industries; Jute industry, in Dundee; Buist Spinning; Dundee; Scotland; Craiks; Scott and Fyfe
     Categories: 20th Century

In the name of God and Ireland: the conflict between the Catholic bishops and militant republicans in Ireland, 1922-5. McCabe, Michael P.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1925
     Index terms: Republicanism, in Ireland; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Ireland; Bishops, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Intimate records: faith, family and the call of duty - the Bickersteth family, 1880-1918. Ford, Margaret
     Ph.D., Chichester. (Hist.). Supervised by Behagg, Clive; Morgan, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1918
     Index terms: Church, 19th cent.; Bickersteth family
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Ireland, religion and reform: Archbishop Richard Whately, 1831-63. Boylan, Ciara
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1863
     Index terms: Church of Ireland; Whately, Richard (1787–1863), archbishop of Dublin; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Irish periodicals in their Atlantic context, 1770-1830: the monthly and quarterly magazines of Dublin, with comparison to those of Edinburgh and Philadelphia. Archbold, Johanna
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1830
     Index terms: Press, periodical, in Philadelphia; Philadelphia, U.S.A.; Dublin; Press, periodical, in Edinburgh; Press, periodical, in Dublin; Edinburgh; Ireland; Scotland; United States of America
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

James Magee (1707-91) and the Belfast print trade, 1771-81. O'Connor, Michael B.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1771–1781
     Index terms: Belfast; Ireland; Magee, James (1707-91), Irish printer; Print trade, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Hooper and his networks: a study of change in Reformation England. Dalton, Alison J.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1555
     Index terms: Hooper, John (1495x1500–1555), bishop of Gloucester and Worcester; Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

John Kenyon's involvement in the Young Ireland movement, 1846-8. Boland, Tim G.
     Ph.D., Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Donnell, Ruan
     Chronological coverage: 1846–1848
     Index terms: Kenyon, John (1812–1869), Roman Catholic priest and Young Irelander; Ireland; Young Ireland movement
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Lynch's science of truth: royalism, jurisprudence and late Renaissance in 17th-century Ireland. Campbell, Ian
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Ohlmeyer, Jane H.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Jurisprudence, in Ireland; Royalism, in Ireland; Law, in Ireland; Lynch, John (d. in or after 1677), historian; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

John Rocque's 1756 Exact survey of the city and suburbs of Dublin as evidence for the archaeology of the mid 18th-century city. Montague, John P.
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by McParland, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1756–1756
     Index terms: Archaeology, urban, of Dublin; Ireland; Dublin; Exact survey of the city and suburbs of Dublin (1756), of John Rocque; Rocque, John (1704?–62), land surveyor and cartographer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Wesley and Methodist music in the 18th century: principles and practice. Clarke, Martin Vaughan
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1738–1800
     Index terms: Music, Methodist; Wesley, John (1703–91), founder of Methodism; Methodists, Methodism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Joseph Dixon and the archdiocese of Armagh, 1852-66. McKinney, Amy
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Connolly, Sean J.
     Chronological coverage: 1852–1866
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Ireland; Armagh, archdiocese; Ireland; Dixon, Joseph (1806-66), Roman Catholic archbishop of Armagh
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Judgement by eye: the art collecting life of E.J. Power, 1950-90. McIntyre, I.S.
     M.A., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1990
     Index terms: Power, Edward Joseph [Ted] (1899-1993), art collector; Art collecting
     Categories: 20th Century

King Charles II's Winchester Palace, 1683-5. Steele, Sandra R.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1683–1685
     Index terms: Charles II (1630–85), king; Winchester Palace
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Lady Llanover and the creation of a Welsh cultural utopia. Gurden-Williams, Celyn
     Ph.D., Cardiff.
     Chronological coverage: 1822–1896
     Index terms: Hall, Augusta, Lady Llanover (1802–96), promoter of the Welsh national revival; Wales; Cultural utopia, in Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Landowners and the Great Western Railway: a study of rural change in five rural Thameside parishes, 1831-1901. Stewart-Beardsley, Rosemary
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Burchardt, Jeremy F.S.; Tallett, Frank
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1901
     Index terms: Parishes, Thameside; Great Western Railway; Railways; Thameside, rural
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Landscape, antiquity and natural history: the work of Hayman Rooke, 1723-1806. Sloan, Emily
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Daniels, Stephen; Watkins, Charles
     Chronological coverage: 1723–1806
     Index terms: Rooke, Hayman (1723-1806), antiquary and archaeologist; Natural history
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Landscapes of power: the cultural and historical geographies of renewable energy in Britain since the 1870s. Gardner, Zoë
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Geog.). Supervised by Seymour, Susanne; Matless, David
     Chronological coverage: 1870–2000
     Index terms: Environmentalism; Energy, renewable
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Learning to breathe: the history of newborn resuscitation, 1929-70. McAdams, Rachel
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Nicolson, Malcolm; Weaver, Lawrence
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1970
     Index terms: Resuscitation, of newborns; Children; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 20th Century

Life, thought and work of Herbert Hensley Henson: establishment and disestablishment in the Church of England, 1886-1935. Peart-Binns, John Stuart
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Green, Simon J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1886–1935
     Index terms: Church of England; Henson, Herbert Hensley (1863-1947), bishop of Durham; see also Anglicans, Anglicanism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Limerick constitutional nationalism, 1898-1918. Moloney, Timothy
     Ph.D., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Cronin, Maura
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1918
     Index terms: Ireland; Nationalism, in Ireland; Limerick
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Llanwrtyd and the spa towns of mid Wales. Phillips, Ann
     M.Phil., Wales. (Lampeter Hist.). Supervised by Borsay, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000
     Index terms: Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales; Spa towns, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Local authorities and the development of the National Health Service (N.H.S.) in Scotland, 1939-74. Merrick, Leigh
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Rollings, Neil; Ross, Duncan M.; Dupree, Marguerite
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1974
     Index terms: National Health Service, in Scotland; Scotland; N.H.S., see National Health Service; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 20th Century

London sermon culture, 1702-63. Farooq, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Taylor, Stephen J.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1702–1763
     Index terms: Preaching; Sermons; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Lord Spencer, patronage and commissioned officers' careers, 1794-1801. Bracknall, Moira
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Duffy, Michael; Rodger, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1794–1801
     Index terms: Patronage, naval; Commissioned officers, in the Navy; Navy; Spencer, George John (1758–1834), 2nd Earl Spencer, politician
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Lucan in English culture, c.1589-1630. Paleit, Edward J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1589–1630
     Index terms: Lucan (39-65), Roman poet
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Made in the new taste: domestic neoclassicism and the Dublin building industry, 1765-1801. Lucey, Conor
     Ph.D., University College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1765–1801
     Index terms: Building industry, in Dublin; Taste, in Ireland; Dublin; Ireland; Neoclassicism, in Ireland; Architecture, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Manufacturing childhood: the contribution of child labour to the success of the British theatrical industry, 1875-1903. Colclough, Dyan
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Kidd, Alan; Ayers, Pat
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1903
     Index terms: Theatrical industry; Child labour; Childhood
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Masculinity and the miners' strike, 1984-5. Morgan, Steffan
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1984–1985
     Index terms: Miners' strike; Masculinity
     Categories: 20th Century

Maynard Keynes, Vincent Massey and the intellectual origins of the Arts Council of Great Britain. Upchurch, Anna Rosser
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1946
     Index terms: Keynes, John Maynard (1883–1946), Baron Keynes, economist; Massey, (Charles) Vincent (1887–1967), diplomatist and patron of the arts; Art; Arts Council of Great Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

Medicine and poverty: a study of the medical services of the Leicester Union, 1867-1914. Negrine, Angela
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D. M.
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1914
     Index terms: Leicester Union; Poverty; Medicine; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Memory, modernity and reconstructions of identity amongst veterans of inter-war British Communist party youth politics, 1918-39/1984-5. Maslen, Joseph
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1985
     Index terms: Youth politics; Communist party
     Categories: 20th Century

Metaphysics in educational theory: educational philosophy and teacher training in England (1839-1944). Berner, Ashley Rogers
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1839–1944
     Index terms: Teacher training; Educational philosophy; Metaphysics
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Mockery and mirth in the early English Reformation. Murray, Sophie
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Hist.). Supervised by Brigden, Susan E.
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1547
     Index terms: Reformation; Mirth; Mockery; Humour
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Morale at sea: personnel policy and operational experience in the British Navy, 1939-45. Prysor, Glyn
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Personnel policy, in the Navy; Navy; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

Moving histories: discourses on Irish women's emigration, 1922-48. Redmond, Jennifer M.
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Valiulis, Maryann
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1948
     Index terms: Women, in Ireland; Migration, Irish; Ireland
     Categories: Ethnic and migration history; Population; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Muscular Christianity, amateurism and the British imperial sports ethos in late 19th-century and early 20th-century Ireland. Dann, Jeffrey
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Potter, Simon
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Sport, in Ireland; Amateurism, sporting, in Ireland; Christianity, muscular, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Music at British coronations from James I to Queen Victoria, 1603-1838: a study and edition. Range, Matthias
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1838
     Index terms: James VI and I (1566–1625), king; Coronation; Music, royal; Victoria (1819–1901), queen
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Music, church and Henry VIII's Reformation. Marsh, Dana Trombley
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1547
     Index terms: Music; Church, from 16th cent.; Henry VIII (1491–1547), king; Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Myths and rituals: unionist governance in the 1950s. Barnes, Carol-Ann
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1960
     Index terms: Myth, in Ireland; Unionism, Irish; Ireland; Ritual, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

National identity construction and the popular ballad in 19th-century Ireland. Barter, Derek
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Music, in Ireland; Ballads, popular, in Ireland; Identity, national, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Older people in Scotland: the family, work and retirement and the welfare state from 1845 to 1999. Black, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Knox, William
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1999
     Index terms: Retirement, in Scotland; Work, in Scotland; Family, in Scotland; Age, in Scotland; Old people, in Scotland; Welfare state, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Omnia bene or ruinosa? The condition of the parish churches in and around London and Westminster, c.1603-1677. Hitchman, Valerie A.
     Ph.D., Southampton Solent.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1677
     Index terms: Parish churches; Westminster; London; Churches
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Omnia bene or ruinosa? The condition of the parish churches in and around London and Westminster c.1603-77. Hitchman, Valerie
     Ph.D., Chichester. (Hist.). Supervised by Foster, Andrew W.
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1677
     Index terms: Churches, in London; London, Westminster; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Organisation of time in Reformation England: the impact of religious change on the printed calendar and patterns of daily prayer, c.1520-1570. Kelly, Karen M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1570
     Index terms: Calendars, printed; Prayer; Time; Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Orthopaedic impairment in inter-war Glasgow: pressures, paradigms and medical provision. Carr, Simon
     Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian. (Hist.). Supervised by McFarland, Elaine W.; Johnston, Ronald
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Health, healthcare, in Glasgow; Glasgow; Scotland; Orthopaedic treatment, in Glasgow
     Categories: 20th Century

Our dear mother stripped': the experiences of ejected clergy and their families during the English Revolution. Youngman, Fiona
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1649
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; Clergy; Civil War (1642-9)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'Out of a storm of words': the linguistic imagination of the London Blitz: self-texts 1940-2008. Chase, Alistair
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Connelly, Mark; Goebel, Stefan
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2008
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Blitz; London
     Categories: 20th Century

'Out of the depths have I cried unto thee, O Lord': puritan spiritual diaries and autobiographies in 17th-century England. Vivian, Claire L.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Spurr, John
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Puritans, Puritanism; Autobiography, puritan; Diaries, puritan
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Oxfam and the rise of development education in England, 1959-1979. Harrison, Don
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education). Supervised by McCulloch, Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1979
     Index terms: Development agencies; Education, development; Oxfam
     Categories: 20th Century

People, myth and museums: constructing 'the people past' and white working-class Salford, 1945-2007. Longshaw, William A.
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2007
     Index terms: Class, social; Salford; Museums
     Categories: 20th Century

Players and performances in early modern Gloucester, Tewkesbury and Bristol. Lowe, Sarah E.
     Ph.D., Gloucestershire.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Bristol; Tewkesbury; Gloucester; Theatre
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Play organisations and the out-of-school child in London, 1860-1914. Cranwell, Keith
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education). Supervised by McCulloch, Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1914
     Index terms: Play; Children; Education; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Pleasure, profit and provender: the landscape archaeology of the game larder in Somerset and Gloucestershire, 1660-1837. Delany, Rosalind
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1837
     Index terms: Landscape archaeology; Gloucestershire; Somerset; Game hunting
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Political activity of the Irish in Britain, 1919-25. Inoue, Keiko
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1925
     Index terms: Political activism, Irish; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Political strategy in the service of religious and cultural modernisation: the public career of Florence Conry, c.1560-1629. Hazard, Benjamin
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Connor, Thomas
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1629
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Ireland; Conry, Florence [Flaithri Ó Maoil Chonaire] (d. 1629), Roman Catholic archbishop of Tuam; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Popular periodicals, common readers and the 'grand march of intellect' in London, 1819-34. Magee, David S. Kingsfield
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1819–1834
     Index terms: Reading; Press, periodical; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Popular working-class song in industrial Lancashire, c.1832-1862: an investigation of local, political and gender identities. Rowland, Michael
     M.Phil., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Walton, John K.; Russell, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1862
     Index terms: Music; Lancashire; Song, working-class
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Precious stones in early modern Britain: society, culture and belief. Blaen, Tom
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Barry, Jonathan; Walsham, Alexandra
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Precious stones
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Presbyterian church government and the 'covenanted interest' in the three kingdoms, 1649-60. MacKenzie, Kirsteen M.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1660
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, Presbyterian church; Three kingdoms
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Presenting the Pre-Raphaelites: Pre-Raphaelite art in the broadcast and print media, 1942-97. Johnson, Chloe
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1997
     Index terms: Media, broadcast, see also Television; Art; Press, print; Pre-Raphaelites
     Categories: 20th Century

Prostitution in London, 1885-1930. Laite, Julia A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Thom, Deborah
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1930
     Index terms: Prostitution, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Protestants and Irishness in independent Ireland: an exploration. Crawford, Heather
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–2010
     Index terms: Irishness; Protestants, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Public and private improvements in 18th-century Ireland: the case of the Conynghams of Slane, 1703-1821. Hurley, Livia
     M.Litt., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by McParland, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1703–1821
     Index terms: Conynghams of Slane; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Reactions and responses to the Great Fire: London and England in the later 17th century. Field, Jacob F.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Boulton, Jeremy; Berry, Helen
     Chronological coverage: 1666–1700
     Index terms: London; Great Fire (1666)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Regulating prostitution in 19th-century Kent: beyond the Contagious Diseases Acts. Lee, Catherine
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Loftus, Donna; Brunton, Deborah
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Contagious Diseases Acts; Kent; Prostitution, regulation of; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Regulation of complementary medical practitioners, c.1920-2000. Stojan, Jure
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–2000
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare; Medicine, complementary
     Categories: 20th Century

Reluctant reformers? Politics and society in Kingston-upon-Thames, 1830-1900. Reading, Pamela F.
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Davis, John; Tanner, Andrea; French, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1900
     Index terms: Kingston-upon-Thames, Surr.; Surrey
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Renaissance diplomacy in practice: the case of Gregorio Casali, England's ambassador at the papal court, 1525-33. Fletcher, Catherine
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cavallo, Sandra
     Chronological coverage: 1525–1533
     Index terms: Diplomacy, Renaissance; Ambassadors, papal; Casali, Gregorio (????), papal ambassador; Papacy; Court
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Representations of Mary of Modena, duchess, queen consort and exile: images and texts. Sullivan, Sandra J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1673–1718
     Index terms: Mary of Modena (1658–1718), queen; Queenship; Art
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Representations of masculine failure in British pedagogical writings, 1945-1990. Breen, Naomi
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Strange, Julie-Marie; Taithe, Bertrand
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Pedagogical writings; Gender; Masculinity; Education
     Categories: 20th Century

Representing empathy: speaking for vulnerable bodies in Victorian medicine and culture. Miele, Kathryn
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marland, Hilary; Steedman, Carolyn
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Empathy, medical; Health, Healthcare, Victorian; Medicine, Victorian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Residential persistence in rural Victorian England: a comparative study of seven Kent parishes. Taylor, Paul Newton
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Residential persistence; Parishes; Kent
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Respectable persuaders: the advertising industry and British society, 1900-39. Schwarzkopf, Stefan
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Advertising industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Rex vs. Rosewell, 1684: an exploration of the political, religious and social context of a trial for high treason in late-Restoration England. Seymour, Sheila
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Champion, Justin A.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1684–1684
     Index terms: Rosewell, Thomas (1630-92), clergyman; Treason trials
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Rhetoric, radicalism and heresy in the writing of Richard Overton, c.1630-1655. Adams, Matthew
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1630–1655
     Index terms: Levellers; Rhetoric; Overton, Richard (fl. 1640–63), Leveller and pamphleteer; Radicalism; Heresy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Serving God and king: Cardinal Thomas Wolsey's patronage networks and early Tudor government, 1514-29, with special reference to the archdiocese of York. Lewycky, Nadine
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Sheils, William
     Chronological coverage: 1514–1529
     Index terms: Patronage, political; Wolsey, Thomas (1470/71–1530), royal minister, archbishop of York and cardinal; York, archdiocese
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sex in two cities: the formation and regulation of sexual relationships in Edinburgh and York, 1560-1625. Hollander, Melissa
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark S.R.; Shiels, William
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1625
     Index terms: Sexual relationships, regulation of; Edinburgh; York
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sidney's Arcadia and the early modern reader, 1586-1660. Wilson, Edward
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1586–1660
     Index terms: Sidney, Sir Philip (1554–86), author and courtier; Reading; Arcadia (1590)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Silencing the poor: soundscape, landscape and society in 18th-century Britain. Denney, Peter
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Landscape; Soundscapes
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Silver manufacture in London c.1680-c.1750: technique and innovation. Le Rossignol, Peter
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by James, Elizabeth A.; Llewellyn, Nigel G.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1750
     Index terms: Silver manufacture, in London; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Single-issue extra-parliamentary groups and liberal internationalism, 1899-1920. Dackombe, Barry
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Lentin, Antony; Waites, Bernard A.
     Chronological coverage: 1899–1920
     Index terms: Political lobbying; Liberals, Liberalism; Internationalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sir George Smart and the evolution of British musical culture, 1800-40. Carnelley, John
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1840
     Index terms: Smart, Sir George Thomas (1776–1867), conductor and organist; Musical culture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Sir Henry Lee (1533-1611): the life and career of an Elizabethan courtier gentleman. Simpson, Susan
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Bernard, G.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1553–1611
     Index terms: Lee, Sir Henry (1533-1611), courtier; Elizaberh I (1533-1603), queen
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sir Richard Griffith's three valuations of Ireland, 1826-64. Smyth, William A.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1826–1864
     Index terms: Ireland; Griffith, Sir Richard John, 1st baronet (1784–1878), geologist and valuator
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

Smashing H-Block: the rise and fall of the popular campaign against criminalisation, 1976-82. Ross, Francis S.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1976–1982
     Index terms: Prisons, in Ireland; Ireland; H-Block prison, Belfast
     Categories: 20th Century

Social and technical forces constituting the Silent Valley reservoir project: Mourne Mountains to Belfast (1893-1932). Reinsborough, Michael
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Bowler, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1932
     Index terms: Mourne Mountains, Co. Down; Belfast; Ireland; Silent Valley reservoir project
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Social incidence and economic significance of the growth in transferable paper instruments in 17th-century England. McCurdy, Henry J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Transferable paper instruments; Legal system
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Social mobility and the merchants of Dublin, 1760-90. Griffith, Lisa-Marie
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Geoghegan, Patrick
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1790
     Index terms: Social mobility, in Dublin; Merchants, in Dublin; Ireland; Dublin
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Society and politics in Meath, 1534-1603. Tuite, Fionnán
     Ph.D., University College Dublin (National University of Ireland). (Hist.). Supervised by Ó hAnnracháin, Tadhg
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1603
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; 17th Century; 16th Century; Social history; Political history

Society and politics in Meath, 1534-1603. Tuite, Fionnán
     Ph.D.(Hist.). Supervised by Ó hAnnracháin, Tadhg
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1603
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Spatial approaches to the early modern public house. Brown, James
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Kümin, Beat
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Taverns; Public houses; Inns
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Starting Ireland on the road to industry: Henry Ford in Cork. Grimes, Thomas
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1912–1984
     Index terms: Cork, Ireland; Motor industry, in Ireland; Ireland; Ford, Henry (1863-1947), American industrialist
     Categories: Economic history; 20th Century

State, nation and music in independent Ireland, 1922-51. Mullaney-Dignam, Karol
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1951
     Index terms: Music, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Staymakers of London: production, consumption and body transformation, 1680-1810. Sorge-English, Lynn
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes. (Hum.). Supervised by King, Stephen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1810
     Index terms: Body image; Production, in London; Staymakers, in London; Consumption, in London; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Strategies of sensation and the transformations of the press, 1860-80: Mary Braddon, Florence Marryat and Ellen Wood, female author-editors, and the sensation phenomenon in mid Victorian magazine publishing. Palmer, Beth
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1880
     Index terms: Wood, Ellen (Mrs. Henry) (1814-87), writer and editor; Braddon, Mary Elizabeth (1835-1915), writer and editor; Press, periodical; Marryat, Florence (1837-99), writer and editor; Publishing; Sensationalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Street children and philanthropy in the second half of the 19th century. Daniels, Barbara
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.). Supervised by Parsons, Gerald; Mumm, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Poverty, child; Children; Philanthropy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Style, perception and identity: the Gothic bridge in London and York, c.1730-1881. Prior, Marie
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Geraghty, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1881
     Index terms: Bridges, in London; York; London; Bridges, in York
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'Suffer the little children': childhood tuberculosis in the north of Ireland, c.1865-1965. Kelly, Susan
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Blackstock, A.; Jones, Greta
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1965
     Index terms: Childhood illness; Tuberculosis, in Ireland; Ireland; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Symbolist tendencies in Scottish art from 1820 to 1880. Wheatley, Debra
     M.Litt., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Morrison, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1880
     Index terms: Symbolism, in Scotland; Scotland; Art, Artists, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Taking the pledge: a study of children's societies for the prevention of cruelty to birds and animals in Britain, c.1870-1914. Milton, Frederick S.
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Animals, protection of; Children
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Tessa Verney Wheeler: women and archaeology before World War II. Carr, Lydia
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1939
     Index terms: Wheeler, Tessa Verney (1893-1936), archaeologist; Archaeology; Women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Archaeology; 20th Century

The 10th (Irish) Division in the First World War. Sandford, Stephen
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Jeffery, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: 10th (Irish) Division; Army; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

The 1649-50 Scottish witch-hunt, with particular reference to the synod of Lothian and Tweeddale. Hughes, Paula
     Ph.D., Strathclyde.
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1650
     Index terms: Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale; Scotland; Witch hunts, in Scotland; Lothian; Tweeddale
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The 18th-century provincial attorney-at-law in Lincolnshire. Atkin, Wendy J.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Lincolnshire; Attorneys-at-law, provincial; Law; Legal profession
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The alumni of the Scots colleges abroad, 1575-1799. McInally, Thomas
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1799
     Index terms: Scots colleges, alumni; Education, in Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The arboriculture of West Country parks and gardens, 1660-1730. Chambers, Tasmin V.A.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1730
     Index terms: Arboriculture; Gardens; Parks; West Country
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The bedesmen of Worcester cathedral: post-Reformation cathedral charity compared with St. Oswald's hospital alms people, c.1660-1900. McGrath, Eileen
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Atherton, Ian J.; Tomkins, Alannah E.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1900
     Index terms: Charity, cathedral; Worcester cathedral; St. Oswald's hospital; Bedesmen, of Worcester cathedral; Alms
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The British army's experience in Cork city and county, 1919-21. Sheehan, William
     Ph.D., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Cronin, Maura
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1921
     Index terms: Army, Ireland; Cork, Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The British Army Signal Service, 1914-18. Bullock, Michael
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Bourne, John M.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Army, Signal Service; Military
     Categories: 20th Century

The British government and Ulster Unionism, 1969-1974. Ledger, Andrew
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Whiting, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1980
     Index terms: Ulster Unionists, Ulster Unionism; Unionism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The British government's response to mainland Irish terrorism, c.1867-c.1979. Hassett, Michael E.
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1979
     Index terms: Ireland, and Britain; Terrorism, Irish
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The British Union of Fascists in the Midlands, 1932-40. Morgan, C.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Cunningham, M.
     Chronological coverage: 1932–1940
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism; British Union of Fascists; Midlands
     Categories: 20th Century

The Cabinet Office and the renegotiation of Britain's term of entry into the E.E.C., 1974-5. Collins, Aoife
     Ph.D., University College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Aldous, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1975
     Index terms: European Economic Community; Cabinet Office
     Categories: 20th Century

The career of William Conolly, 1689-1729. Walsh, Patrick A.
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1729
     Index terms: Conolly, William (1662–1729), speaker of the Irish House of Commons; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Castle, the custom house and the cabinet: administration and policy in famine Ireland, 1845-9. Dunn, Nicholas R.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1849
     Index terms: Famine, in Ireland; Dublin Castle; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Church of England, spiritualism and ideas of the afterlife, 1850-1939. Byrne, Georgina
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Burns, Arthur
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1939
     Index terms: Spiritualism; Church of England; Afterlife
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Church of Ireland and its relationship with the Irish education system, 1922-50, with particular reference to the Irish language and Gaelic culture. Relihan, Martina
     Ph.D., University College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1950
     Index terms: Irish language; Education, in Ireland; Ireland; Church of Ireland; Gaelic culture
     Categories: 20th Century

The Church of Ireland and the third Home Rule crisis. Scholes, Andrew
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1918
     Index terms: Home Rule, in Ireland; Ireland; Church of Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The commonwealthmen and the campaign for a godly commonwealth: reform, redress and obedience in mid-Tudor social and political thought. Ross, Jez
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1560
     Index terms: Social thought, Tudor; Political thought, Tudor; Commonwealth, godly
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Conservative government and the Sunningdale Agreement. Harris, Jonathan A.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1973–1973
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; Sunningdale Agreement (1973); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The Cork career of Sir John Arnott, 1837-98. Falvey, Jeremiah
     Ph.D., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Geary, Larry
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1898
     Index terms: Ireland; Arnott, Sir John, first baronet (1814–98), industrialist; Cork, Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The creation and development of the British Army Film and Photographic Unit in the Second World War. McGlade, Frederick
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Richards, Jeffrey
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: British Army Film and Photographic Unit; Film; World War II (1939-45); Photography
     Categories: 20th Century

The critical reception of G.F. Watts (1817-1904). Burgess, Margaret E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1904
     Index terms: Watts, George Frederic (1817-1904), painter and sculptor; Art, reception
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The cult of the first duke of Wellington. Beaton, Belinda
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1852
     Index terms: Wellesley, Arthur (1769-1852), 1st duke of Wellington; Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The deaconess movement in the Church of Scotland, c.1874-c.1948. McEwan, Muriel
     Ph.D., Open University. (Relig. Stud.). Supervised by Mumm, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1948
     Index terms: Church of Scotland; Deaconess movement, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The decline of the shipbuilding industry in Britain, 1960-80. Connors, Duncan
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Rollings, Neil; Ross, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1980
     Index terms: Shipbuilding industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of Britain's airborne forces during the Second World War. Greenacre, John
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Childs, John C.R.; Gooch, John
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Airborne forces
     Categories: 20th Century

The development of British Civil Affairs and its employment in the British sector of Allied military operations during the battle of Normandy, June to August 1944. Flint, E.R.
     Ph.D., Cranfield.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1944
     Index terms: Allied Powers; Normandy, battle; Civil Affairs; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The Dublin Medical Press and medical authority in Ireland, 1850-90. Daly, Ann
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by McLoughlin, Dympna
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1890
     Index terms: Medical authority, in Ireland; Ireland; The Dublin Medical Press
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Dublin nationalist press and the development of Irish nationalism, 1842-65. Andrews, Ann
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Warwick-Haller, Sally E.; Beck, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1842–1865
     Index terms: Dublin; Nationalism, in Ireland; Press, nationalist, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Dublin patriciate and the reception of migrants in the 17th century: civic politics and newcomers. Whelan, Edward
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lennon, Colm
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Civic politics, in Ireland; Ireland; Dublin; Migration, to Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The dynamics of Labour party politics in Swansea, 1941-64. Evans, Dinah
     Ph.D., Wales. (Bangor Hist., Welsh Hist. & Arch.). Supervised by Tanner, Duncan
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1964
     Index terms: Labour party, in Wales; Swansea; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

The eclipse of 'elegant economy': post-war changes in attitudes to personal finance in Britain. Cohen, Martin
     M.Phil., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Catterall, Peter P.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Finance, personal
     Categories: 20th Century

The failure of history: 19th-century Britain's pursuit of the ancient world. Richardson, Edmund M.D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Historiography; Ancient world
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The First World War and voluntary recruitment: a forum for regional identity? An analysis of the nature, expression and significance of regional identity in Hull, 1900-16. Townsley, Helen
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1916
     Index terms: Recruitment, voluntary, to the army; Army; World War I (1914-18); Identity, regional; Hull, East Yorks.
     Categories: 20th Century

The forging of a blind radical - Ben Purse and the National League of the Blind 1874-1925: recovering a lost history. Salt, Francis W.
     M.Phil., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Kidd, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1925
     Index terms: Purse, Ben (d. 1950), president of the National League of the Blind; Blindness; National League of the Blind; Disability
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Geneva Bible and the devotional reading and writing of early modern women. Molekamp, Femke
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1700
     Index terms: Writing, devotional; Reading, devotional; Women; Geneva Bible; Bible
     Categories: Gender and Women; Ecclesiastical and religious history; 16th-17th Century

The gentry as governors in early modern England, with special reference to Middlesex and Essex, 1558-1625. Clark, Matthew J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1625
     Index terms: Essex; Middlesex; Gentry
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The gift book illustration in Britain and the role of Hodder and Stoughton, 1900-30. Kimura, Asuka
     M.A., Manchester Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930
     Index terms: Books; Hodder and Stoughton; Publishing; Gift books
     Categories: 20th Century

The grand jury in 17th-century England with special reference to the North Riding of Yorkshire. Goto, Harumi
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Yorkshire; Grand juries; North Riding, Yorkshire; Judicial system
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The history of Irish army intelligence, 1918-45. Walsh, Maurice
     Ph.D., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by McCarthy, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1945
     Index terms: Army, Irish; Intelligence, Irish army; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The ideas and development of Irish foreign policy from the origins of Sinn Féin to 1932. Keown, Gerard
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1932
     Index terms: Ireland; Republicanism, in Ireland; Sinn Féin; Foreign policy, of Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The influence of Tuairim on intellectual debate and policy formulation in Ireland, 1954-75. Finn, Tomás
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Mary N.
     Chronological coverage: 1954–1975
     Index terms: Intellectual debate, in Ireland; Ireland; Tuairim
     Categories: 20th Century

The inlegebill scribbling of my imprompt pen': the production and circulation of literary miscellany manuscripts in Jacobean Scotland, c.1580-c.1630. Verweij, Sebastiaan J.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1630
     Index terms: Manuscript production, in Scotland; Literary miscellany manuscripts, in Scotland; Scotland; Manuscript circulation, in Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The intellectual and political world of John Wilson Croker, 1780-1854: ideas, circles and Conservatism. Portsmouth, Robert
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Ó Tuathaigh, Gearóid
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1854
     Index terms: Conservatism, in Ireland; Croker, John Wilson (1780–1857), politician and writer; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Irish in Punjab, 1881-1921. O'Leary, Patrick
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Speller, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1921
     Index terms: Punjab, India; Ireland, and India; India, and Ireland
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

The Irish republican movement, 1962-9. Treacy, Matthew
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Halpin, Eunan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1969
     Index terms: Republicanism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The ironmasters, ironworks and people of the north-west Monmouthshire area, 1780-1850. Davies, Thomas E.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Miskell, Louise
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1880
     Index terms: Iron industry, in Wales; Monmouthshire; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Italian garden in England, 1787-1863. Bradney, Caroline J.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1787–1863
     Index terms: Gardens, Italian, in England
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'The Kildare women': family life, marriage and politics in the early modern period. O'Connor, Carol H.
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lennon, Colm
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Marriage, in Ireland; Women, in Ireland; Families, in Ireland; Ireland; Kildare
     Categories: Population; Cultural history; Gender and Women; Political history; 16th-17th Century

The last Irish plague: the Great 'Flu in Ireland, 1918-19. Foley, Caitriona
     Ph.D., University College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Cox, Catherine
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1919
     Index terms: Disease, in Ireland; Health, Healthcare, in Ireland; Ireland; Influenza, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The last parliamentarian: the political career of John Redmond, 1881-1918. Harrington, Nicholas K.
     Ph.D., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Doherty, Gabriel
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1918
     Index terms: Parliament, in Ireland; Redmond, John Edward (1856–1918), politician; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The last parliamentarian: the political career of John Redmond, 1881-1918. Harrington, Nicholas
     Ph.D.(Hist.). Supervised by Doherty, Gabriel
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1918
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The League of Nations Union and democratic politics in Britain between the wars. McCarthy, Helen
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.). Supervised by Thane, Pat
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: League of Nations
     Categories: 20th Century

The life and times of Thomas Speed. Harlow, Jonathan
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Barry, Jonathan; Dresser, Madge
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1703
     Index terms: Speed, Thomas (1622/3-1703), Quaker; Quakers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The lobbying activities of provincial mercantile and manufacturing interests against the renewal of the East India Company's charter, 1812-13 and 1829-33. Kumagai, Yukihisa
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Ross, Duncan M.
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1833
     Index terms: East India Company; Trade
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The London Stock Exchange: a new institutionalist analysis. Dube, Z.L.
     Ph.D., Glamorgan.
     Chronological coverage: 1801–2000
     Index terms: Financial markets, in London; London Stock Exchange
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The making of Orangeism, 1795-1800. Wilson, James
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Connolly, Sean J.
     Chronological coverage: 1795–1800
     Index terms: Orangeism; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The making of the micro': producers, mediators, users and the development of popular microcomputing in Britain (1980-9). Lean, Thomas
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Sumner, James
     Chronological coverage: 1980–1989
     Index terms: Personal computers; Computing
     Categories: 20th Century

The means test and the unemployed in south Wales and the north-east of England, 1931-9. Ward, Stephanie J.
     Ph.D., Aberystwyth.
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1939
     Index terms: Means testing; Unemployment; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

The measure of Englishness in the early modern era. Larkin, Hilary M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Identity, national; Englishness
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The medicalisation of maladjustment: the conceptualisation and management of child behaviour problems in Britain, c.1890-1955. Hayes, Sarah
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Melling, Joseph L.; Jackson, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1955
     Index terms: Child behaviour
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The merchant community of Dublin in the early 17th century: a social, economic and political study. Stapleton, Patricia
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1625
     Index terms: Merchants, in Ireland; Dublin; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The nature and development of liberal Protestantism in Waterford, 1800-42. Heggs, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1842
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism, in Ireland; Ireland; Waterford, Ireland
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; 18th-19th Century

The nobility of the English Pale in Tudor Ireland. Power, Gerald
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Ellis, Steven
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1603
     Index terms: Nobility, in Ireland; Pale, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The non-elite consumer and ‘wearing apparel’ in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, 1800-50. Toplis, Alison E.M.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Ugolini, Laura
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Index terms: Clothing; Worcestershire; Herefordshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Office of Ordnance and the arming of the Fleet in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815. Cole, Gareth
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Nicholas A.M.; Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1815
     Index terms: Napoleonic Wars (1803-15); Royal Navy; Office of Ordnance; France; Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802), French
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The operation of the Great Southern Railway. Rigney, Peter
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Halpin, Eunan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1945
     Index terms: Great Southern Railway; Railways, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The planning and use of space in Irish houses, 1730-1830. McCarthy, Patricia
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by McParland, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1830
     Index terms: Ireland; Space, domestic, in Ireland; Houses, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political career of Erskine Hamilton Childers, 1905-74. Hynes, Michael G.
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Dunne, Denise
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1974
     Index terms: Childers, Erskine Hamilton (1905–74), president of Éire (Ireland); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The political economics of English psychiatry in the early 20th century. Takabayashi, Akinobu
     M.Phil., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Lawrence, Christopher J.; Cooter, Roger J.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1925
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare; Psychiatry
     Categories: 20th Century

The political thinking of the New Model Army, 1647-54. Midgley, Henry C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1647–1654
     Index terms: New Model Army; Army
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of court culture in the reign of Charles II, 1660-85. Jenkinson, Matthew
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1685
     Index terms: Charles II (1630–85), king; Court culture
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics of Wolsey's cardinalate, 1515-30. Sharkey, Jessica
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1515–1530
     Index terms: Wolsey, Thomas (1470/1–1530), royal minister, archbishop of York, and cardinal; Church, from 16th cent.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Presbyterian church in Ireland in the Home Rule era with particular reference to Thomas Dickson and Thomas Sinclair. Murphy, David A.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1920
     Index terms: Sinclair, Thomas (1838-1914), Irish politician; Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, Presbyterian church; Dickson, Thomas Alexander (1833-1909), Irish politician; Home Rule, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The professionalisation of sports journalism, c.1850-1939. Tate, Steve
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Russell, David C.; Walton, John K.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1939
     Index terms: Journalism, sport; Sport journalism
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Protestant community in Sligo, 1914-49. Deignan, Patrick
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1949
     Index terms: Protestant community, in Ireland; Sligo; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The reality of a fashionable disorder: nervous disease in Britain, 1764-1807. Beatty, Heather
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1764–1807
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare, mental; Nervous disease
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Reformation in Fife, 1560-1640. McCallum, John
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Mason, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1640
     Index terms: Reformation, in Scotland; Scotland; Fife
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The rhetoric of Americanisation: social construction of the British computer industry in the post-World War II period. Reid, Robert J. Kirkwood
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Rollings, Neil; Stokes, Ray
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Computer industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The social, cultural and intellectual milieu of the Burnell family of Dublin, 1562-1660. Malone, Nessa
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lennon, Colm
     Chronological coverage: 1562–1660
     Index terms: Burnell family, Dublin; Ireland; Dublin; Families, in Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Dublin, 1926-75. Ní Chearbhaill, Máire
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lennon, Colm
     Chronological coverage: 1926–1975
     Index terms: Ireland; Dublin; Society of St. Vincent de Paul; Charities, in Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The staging of slavery in London's theatres, 1768-1865. Kanakamedala, Prathibha
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1768–1865
     Index terms: Slaves, Salvery; Theatre, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The sympathy of popular opinion: representations of the crowd in Britain, 1770-1849. Fairclough, Mary
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1849
     Index terms: Crowd, representations of; Popular opinion
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The United Presbyterian church in late 19th-century Glasgow. Smith, Richard
     M.Phil., Glasgow Caledonian. (Hist.). Supervised by McFarland, Elaine W.; Macdonald, Catriona M.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: United Presbyterian church, in Scotland; Glasgow; Scotland; Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The village of secrets: Whitehall and official secrecy, 1945-79. Moran, Christopher
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Major, Patrick
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1979
     Index terms: Secrecy, Whitehall culture of; Whitehall
     Categories: 20th Century

The Volunteers, 1778-93: iconography and identity. O'Connor, Stephen
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1778–1793
     Index terms: Volunteers, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The war work of the British motor car industry during Word War II and its effects on the post-war car industry. Mann, Bruce
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Tomlinson, James
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1960
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Car industry
     Categories: 20th Century

The West Country and the First World War: recruits and identities. Gale, Andrew
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Constantine, Stephen; Warburton, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Army, recruitment; West Country; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

The Wilson government of 1964-70 and the re-defining of Britain's world role: the abandonment of a maritime foreign and defence policy?. Hampshire, Edward
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Young, Ken; Maiolo, Joseph
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1970
     Index terms: Wilson, Harold (1916-95), prime minister; Defence policy, maritime; Foreign policy, maritime
     Categories: 20th Century

The women graduates of the Royal University of Ireland, 1884-1900. Hetherington, Nicholas
     M.Litt., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1884–1900
     Index terms: Women, higher education of, in Ireland; Royal University of Ireland; Universities, in Ireland; Ireland; Education, of women, in Ireland
     Categories: Gender and Women; Education; 18th-19th Century

The Wyndham Land Act, 1903: the final solution to the Irish land question?. Cosgrove, Patrick
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Dooley, Terence
     Chronological coverage: 1903–1903
     Index terms: Landholding, in Ireland; Wyndham Land Act (1903); Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Time and eternity in British evangelicalism, c.1820-c.1860. Spence, Martin
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1860
     Index terms: Evangelicalism; Eternity; Time
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'To show where I came from': music and identity in south Wales, c.1958-2000. Edwards, Rebecca J.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Chris M.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–2000
     Index terms: Music, in Wales; Wales; Identity, in Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

Towards the construction of an artistic canon: publishing painting in England, c.1660-1760s. Hsieh, Chia-Chuan
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1760
     Index terms: Publishing, art; Art
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Tradition is the foundation of invention: a critical review of the work of Sir Ambrose Heal (1872-1959), furniture designer, manufacturer and retailer. Heal, O.S.
     Ph.D., Brunel.
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1959
     Index terms: Heal, Sir Ambrose (1872–1959), shopkeeper and furniture designer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Transformations in English Catholic spirituality and popular religion, 1945-80. Harris, Alana
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1980
     Index terms: Spirituality, Roman Catholic; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Popular religion
     Categories: 20th Century

Ulster masculinity and militarisation, 1912-23. McGaughey, Jane G.V.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck)
     Chronological coverage: 1912–1923
     Index terms: Militarisation, in Ulster; Ulster; Ireland; Masculinity, in Ulster
     Categories: 20th Century

Urban liturgy in the Church of England: a historical, theological and anthropological analysis of the mid Victorian slum priest ritualists and their legacy. Stratford, Tim
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1870
     Index terms: Slum priests; Church, Victorian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Urban renaissance: the meaning, management and manipulation of place, 1945-2002. Madgin, Rebecca
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Kidambi, Prashant
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2002
     Index terms: Urban renaissance; Towns
     Categories: 20th Century

Vessel deployment in the British short sea and coastal trades, 1918-90. Golding, John C.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Starkey, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1990
     Index terms: Trade, maritime; Trade, coastal
     Categories: 20th Century

Victorian images of emigration 1840-80. Hardy, Patricia
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Arscott, Caroline H.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1880
     Index terms: Migration, Victorian; Emigration, see Migration
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

War and revolution: County Fermanagh and its borders, c.1640-1666. McCoy, Charlene
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1666
     Index terms: Ireland; Revolution, in Ireland; War, in Ireland; Fermanagh, County
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'What shall we do with music?': music and academia in Victorian Britain. Golding, Rosemary
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Academia, Victorian; Music, Victorian
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'When women look their worst': women and sports participation in inter-war Scotland. Skillen, Fiona
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Hughes, Annemarie; Gordon, Eleanor
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Scotland; Women, in Scottish sport; Sport
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Winchester probate inventories, 1540-75. Parker, Karen
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by Hicks, Michael A.; James, Thomas B.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1575
     Index terms: Probate inventories, in Winchester; Winchester, Hants.; Hampshire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Winning the peace in Northern Ireland: political parties and the implementation of the 1998 agreement. Mitchell, David
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Connor, E.; Arthur, P.
     Chronological coverage: 1998–2005
     Index terms: Peace process, in Northern Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Women and shell shock in the First World War. Poynter, Denise
     Ph.D., Northampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Beckett, Ian; Sokoloff, Sally I.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Shell shock; Women
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; Military/naval history; 20th Century

Women, health and hospitals in Birmingham: the Birmingham and Midland Hospital for Women, 1871-1948. Lockhart, Judith
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marland, Hilary
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1948
     Index terms: Health, healthcare, in Birmingham; Women, in Birmingham; Hospitals; Birmingham and Midland Hospital for Women
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women's organisations and feminism in inter-war Scotland. Wright, Valerie
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Hughes, Annemarie; Gordon, Eleanor
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Feminism, in Scotland; Scotland; Women, in Scotland
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history; Gender and Women

Women's organisations in Nottingham, 1918-1970s. Clements, Samantha
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Meller, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1970
     Index terms: Women, in Nottingham; Nottingham
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Working-class taste in 1930s Britain: a comparative study of popular film and literature. James, Robert
     Ph.D., Portsmouth. (Soc., Hist. & Lit. Stud.). Supervised by Harper, Sue
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Film, popular; Taste, working-class; Class, social; Literature, popular
     Categories: 20th Century

Workplace protest and popular politics on the north-east coalfield, 1844-69. Flanagan, John
     Ph.D., Sunderland.
     Chronological coverage: 1844–1869
     Index terms: Workplace protest; Coal industry, Coal miners, Coal mining, Coalfields; Popular politics
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

York Castle: the county gaol of Yorkshire from the passing of the 1823 Gaol Act (4 Geo. IV c. 64) to the nationalisation of the prison service in 1877 (40 & 41 Vict. c. 21). Emes, Marion
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Royle, Edward
     Chronological coverage: 1823–1877
     Index terms: Prison service; Yorkshire; York Castle, gaol; Law; Punishment; Crime; Gaol Act (1823)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

2009

A career in art: Lady Edith (Osborne) Blake (1845-1926) and Beatrice Gubbins (1878-1944). McCarthy, Alexandra M.
     M.A., Limerick.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1944
     Index terms: Women, artists; Blake, Lady Edith (Osborne) (1845-1926), artist; Art, Artists; Gubbins, Beatrice (1878-1944), artist
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A caricature of a sculptor: Jacob Epstein and the British press; a critical analysis of old history and new evidence. Turner, Colin
     Ph.D., Loughborough.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1959
     Index terms: Epstein, Sir Jacob (1880-1959), sculptor; Press, newspaper; Art, Artists
     Categories: 20th Century

Accounting and the dehumanisation of African slaves during the British slave trade: an examination of the accounts of William Davenport and William Earle, two Liverpool based slaving merchants. Dodds, Stephen E.
     M.Phil., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1741–1792
     Index terms: Merchants, in Liverpool; Davenport, William (1725–97), merchant and slave-trader; Earle, William (1721-88), merchant and slave-trader; Liverpool; Slaves, Slavery, see also Anti-slavery; Slave trade, in Liverpool
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A century of music production in Durham city, 1711-1811: a documentary study. Fleming, Simon
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1711–1811
     Index terms: Durham; Music production
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A committed Helmontian: the life and works of Dr. John Webster (1611-82) after the Restoration. Fitzharris, Lindsey
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Pelling, Margaret
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1682
     Index terms: Restoration (1660); Webster, John (1611-82), schoolmaster and polemicist; Helmont, Jean Baptiste van (1577-1644), Flemish scientist and physician
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A commonwealth of learning?' Academic networks and the British world, 1890-1940. Pietsch, Tamson
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Darwin, John G.; Harris, Jose
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1940
     Index terms: Education; Academic networks
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A critical history of the significance of clothing, dress practice and appearance for women in Britain, 1939-45. Howell, Geraldine
     Ph.D., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Clothing; Dress; Women
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

A frisky, tiresome colt?' Sir William Joynson-Hicks, the Home Office and the 'roaring twenties', 1924-9. Clayton, Huw F.
     Ph.D., Aberystwyth.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1929
     Index terms: Joynson-Hicks, William, 1st Viscount Brentford (1865-1932), politician; Home Office
     Categories: 20th Century

A history of port health in Southampton, 1872-1919. Towner, Katrina
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Ernst, Waltraud
     Chronological coverage: 1872–1919
     Index terms: Ports; Health, Healthcare, in Southampton; Southampton
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A hosiery town: Hinckley, c.1750-1950. Murray, Rhianydd
     M.Phil., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1950
     Index terms: Leicestershire; Hinckley, Leics.; Hosiery manufacture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'A lively poltergeist'. Robert Emmett: commemoration, memory and tradition, 1878-2003. O'Keeffe, Helene
     Ph.D., Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Ó Drisceoil, Donal
     Chronological coverage: 1798–1850
     Index terms: Emmett, Robert (1778-1803), irish nationalist; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

'All is race': race, nation and empire in the writings and praxis of Benjamin Disraeli. Borgstede, Simone B.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hall, Catherine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Disraeli, Benjamin (1804–81), earl of Beaconsfield, prime minister
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A manly desire to learn': the teaching of the classics in 19th-century Scotland. Morris, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Classics, teaching of; Scotland; Education, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A mind and its time: the development of Isaiah Berlin's political thought, 1928-53. Cherniss, Joshua L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Hardy, Henry; Harris, Jose
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1953
     Index terms: Berlin, Sir Isaiah (1909-97), philosopher and historian of ideas
     Categories: 20th Century

A mote in the eye of literature': working-class autobiography, 1820-48. Falke, Cassandra M.
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1848
     Index terms: Autobiography; Working classes
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A muse of fire: British trench warfare munitions, their invention, manufacture and tactical employment on the Western Front, 1914-18. Saunders, Anthony J.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Black, Jeremy
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Categories: 20th Century

A nation of abolitionists?' Aspects of the politics and culture of anti-slavery Britain, c.1838-1874. Huzzey, Richard
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Goldman, Lawrence N.
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1874
     Index terms: Anti-slavery; Slaves, Slavery, Slave trade, see Anti-slavery
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

And make me famous too in such a wife': how Margaret and William Cavendish negotiated the Interregnum. Dewhurst, Madeline
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1660
     Index terms: Interregnum (1649-60); Cavendish, William, 1st duke of Newcastle upon Tyne (bap. 1593, d. 1676), royalist army officer; Cavendish, Margaret, duchess of Newcastle upon Tyne (1623?-73)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Andrew Melville and humanism in the reign of James VI. Holloway III, Ernest R.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1545–1622
     Index terms: James VI and I (1566-1625), king; Melville, Andrew (1545-1622), university principal and theologian; Humanism
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A neglected electoral system? Alternative electoral geographies of 19th-century Britain. Badcock, Matthew
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Elections, parliamentary
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

An eminent British studio: the Stoll Film Companies and British cinema, 1918-28. Morris, Nathalie
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1928
     Index terms: Stoll Picture Productions; Film; Cinema
     Categories: 20th Century

An enquiry into the abolition of the Inner London Education Authority (1964-88), with particular reference to politics and policy-making. Radford, Alan
     Ph.D., Bath.
     Chronological coverage: 1986–1988
     Index terms: Inner London Education Authority; Education, in London; London
     Categories: 20th Century

A new impetus to the love of music': the role of the town hall in 19th-century English musical culture. Milestone, Rachel E.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Music; Town halls
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Anne Seymour Damer and the sculpture of ideas. Crease, Jane
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Marks, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1769–1828
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A 'philosophical storehouse': the life and afterlife of the Royal Society's repository. Thomas, Jennifer
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–2000
     Index terms: Royal Society, repository

A policeman’s lot: the nature and dynamics of the Monmouthshire constabulary, 1857-1914. Gregory, Margaret
     M.Phil., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Jones, William
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1914
     Index terms: Monmouthshire; Wales; Policing, in Wales; Constabulary, in Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Approvement and improvement in early modern England: enclosure in the lowland wastes of Lancashire, c.1500-1700. Shannon, William
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winchester, Angus J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Enclosure, in Lancashire; Lancashire
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A prospect beyond history: the contextual analysis of the designed landscapes in the North Riding, Yorkshire during the long 18th century. Johansen, Leslie E.
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1815
     Index terms: North Riding, Yorks.; Landscape, designed, in Yorks.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Archaeology, nationalism and identity in Ireland, 1922-49. Carew, Mairead
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Daly, Mary E.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1949
     Index terms: Identity, in Ireland; Nationalism, in Ireland; Archaeology, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

Architecture and philanthropy: building hospitals in 18th-century York. Akehurst, Ann-Marie
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Hallett, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

A re-appraisal of the career and reputation of William Laud, archbishop of Canterbury, with specific reference to Scotland, 1633-40. Wells-Furby, Leonie
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Fincham, Kenneth
     Chronological coverage: 1633–1640
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; Laud, William (1573-1645), archbishop of Canterbury; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A re-examination of Holinshed's Irish *Chronicle*. Herbage, Patrick J.
     M.Litt., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Gillespie, Raymond
     Chronological coverage: 1577–1577
     Index terms: Holinshed, Raphael (*c*.1525–1580?), historian; *Chronicle*, of Raphael Holinshed
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A retreat from socialism? Labour and the bonfire of controls. Irving, Henry
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Whiting, Richard C.; Hartley, Owen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–2008
     Index terms: Socialists, Socialism; Labour party
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Aristocratic fortunes and civic aspiration: issues in the passage of aristocratic land to municipal ownership in later 19th- and early 20th-century Manchester with particular reference to the sale of Heaton Park. O'Reilly, Carole
     Ph.D., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Wyke, Terry; Kidd, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: Manchester; Landholding, in Manchester; Aristocracy; Heaton Park, Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Art, advertising and politics in Britain, 1929-45. Edwards, Joanne
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Passmore, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1945
     Index terms: Advertising; Art
     Categories: 20th Century

Art, advertising and politics: the artists' crisis of connection, 1931-45. Edwards, Joanne P. Allen
     Ph.D., Cardiff.
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1945
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Advertising industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Artists, scribes and patrons: the enlargement and embellishment of two Percy family manuscripts in the early 16th century. Naylor, Pat
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1525
     Index terms: Patronage, artistic; Scribes; Art, Artists; Percy family; Manuscripts, of the Percy family
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A signal failure? The organisation and management of British railways, 1948-64. Buttle, Geoffrey W.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Philip A.; Harris, Howell J.
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1964
     Index terms: Railways
     Categories: 20th Century

Aspects of death in the north-west: graveyards and gravestones. Hunter, John
     M.Phil., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winchester, Angus J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1800
     Index terms: Cemeteries; Memorials; Graveyards; Death

Aspects of social relations in the 17th-century diocese of Norwich: space, identity and agency. Williamson, Fiona
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wood, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Social relations, in Norwich; Norwich, Norf., diocese; Norfolk
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

'A spirit of emulation': the transformation of sport in north Munster, 1850-90. Hayes, Thomas
     Ph.D., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Cronin, Maura
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1890
     Index terms: Sport, in Ireland; Ireland; Munster
     Categories: Social history; 18th-19th Century

A study of the origin of Scottish Presbyterianism, 1560-1638. Harada, Koji
     M.Th., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1638
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Aves quaedam Macedonicae': misreading Aristotle in Francis Bacon, Robert Burton, Thomas Browne and Thomas Traherne. Murphy, Kathryn
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by McCullough, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1581–1674
     Index terms: Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), Greek philosopher; Traherne, Thomas (d. 1674); Burton, Robert (1577-1640); Browne, Thomas, Sir (1605-82); Bacon, Francis (1561-1626)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

A war unimagined: food and the rank and file soldiers of the First World War. Duffett, Rachel
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Roper, Michael S.; Smith, Stephen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Food, military supply of; World War I (1914-18); Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Balogh, Kaldor and the economic policy of the Labour party, 1940-70. Simon, Ágnes
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1970
     Index terms: Kaldor, Nicholas [Miklós], Baron Kaldor (1908–86), economist; Balogh, Thomas, Baron Balogh (1905–85), political economist; Labour party; Economic policy, of the Labour party
     Categories: 20th Century

Benjamin Britten and the B.B.C. McMahon, Brian
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Aldous, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1976
     Index terms: British Broadcasting Corporation; Music; Britten, (Edward) Benjamin, Baron Britten (1913–1976), composer; B.B.C., *see* British Broadcasting Corporation
     Categories: Art and Architecture; Science and technology; Medicine; 20th Century

Beyond the Anglican rite: a reassessment of the life and works of Thomas Attwood Walmisley (1814-56). Abbott, Nicholas K.G.
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1856
     Index terms: Anglicans, Anglicanism; Walmisley, Thomas Attwood (1814–56), composer and organist; Music, church
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Bishop, reformer, martyr and puritan Anglican: an examination of the life and writings of John Hooper, c.1500-1555, bishop of Gloucester. Wheaton, Patrick
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1555
     Index terms: Gloucester, bishop of; Hooper, John (1495 x 1500-55), bishop of Gloucester and Worcester; Church, from 16th cent.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Bishop Thomas Lewis O'Beirne and his church-building programme in the diocese of Meath, 1798-1823. Gallagher, Mary C.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1798–1823
     Index terms: O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis (1749–1823), Church of Ireland bishop of Meath; Ireland; Meath, Ireland; Church building, in Ireland
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; 18th-19th Century

Black migration and community formation: the remaking of Brixton and Notting Hill, 1958-81. Drake, Julia E.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hall, Catherine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1981
     Index terms: Migration, to Britain; London; Migration, West Indian; West Indies; Brixton; Notting Hill; Black people, in London
     Categories: 20th Century

Blasphemy in England, c.1660-1730. Manning, David
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1730
     Index terms: Blasphemy
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Breaking cover: exhibiting early modern British art, 1979-95. Freeman, Julian D.
     Ph.D., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1979–1995
     Index terms: Art, Artists
     Categories: 20th Century

Breath of life: a medical and cultural history of lung health and disease in England, 1900-60. Ennis, Holly
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Condrau, Flurin M.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1960
     Index terms: Lung disease; Health, Healthcare; Illness
     Categories: 20th Century

Brendan Corish: a life in politics, 1945-77. Ní Chonchubhair, Sinéad
     M.Litt., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Dunne, Denise
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1977
     Index terms: Corish, Brendan (1918-90), Irish Labour party politician; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

Bridging the north channel: how the island Scots of Antrim stayed Irish. Forrest, Stephen P.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Barnard, Toby C.
     Chronological coverage: 1590–1620
     Index terms: Scotland, and Ireland; Ireland, and Scotland; Antrim, N. Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Britain and the question of Japan's security, 1947-52. Kuniyoshi, Tomoki
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Best, Antony M.
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1952
     Index terms: Security, Japanese; Japan, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

'Britannia calls': elementary education in Nottingham and the 1914-18 welfare state. Nunn, David
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Wrigley, Christopher J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Children; Nottingham; Education, elementary, in Nottingham; Welfare state
     Categories: 20th Century

Cancer and the individual in Britain, 1850-2000. Baines, Joanna E.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–2000
     Index terms: Cancer; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Cartoon representations of the socialist and labour movements in Britain, 1881-1926. Hyde, Samuel
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Belchem, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1926
     Index terms: Labour movement; Socialists, Socialism; Cartoons
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Changes to the celibacy rules at Oxford and Cambridge universities. Duckenfield, Bridget
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Betteridge, Tom; Cunningham, Gail; Davis, John
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1890
     Index terms: Cambridge, University; Oxford, University; Universities; Celibacy; Education , higher
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Childbirth and midwifery in 19th-century Dublin, 1850-1900. Bergin, Julia A.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Prunty, Jacinta
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Childbirth, in Ireland; Midwifery, in Ireland; Children; Dublin; Ireland
     Categories: Art and Architecture; Science and technology; Medicine; 18th-19th Century

Chopin in Britain: Chopin's visits to England and Scotland in 1837 and 1848. People, places and activities. Willis, Peter
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1848
     Index terms: Chopin, Frédéric François (1810-49), composer; Scotland; Music
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Church music and Protestantism in post-Reformation England: discourses, sites and identities. Willis, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism; Church, from 16th cent.; Music, church
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Collecting the collector: being an exploration of Harry Geoffrey Beasley's collection of Pacific artefacts made in the years 1895-1939. Carreau, Lucie
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1939
     Index terms: Collecting; Beasley, Harry Geoffrey (1881-1939), anthropologist; Pacific
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Collecting the 'Minoans' in 20th-21st century Bristol. Phillips, Laura
     M.Phil., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2010
     Index terms: Bristol; Minoan artefacts, collecting of; Collecting
     Categories: 20th Century

Command and communications in the British army, 1919-45. Godfrey, Simon
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by French, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1945
     Index terms: Communcations, military; Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Command culture in the British army, 1939-45. Rose, Patrick
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Philpott, William; Holden Reid, Brian
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Army
     Categories: 20th Century

Commercial radio in Britain before the 1990s: an investigation of the relationship between programming and regulation. Wray, Emma R.
     Ph.D., Bournemouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1990
     Index terms: Radio, commercial
     Categories: 20th Century

Constructing an instrument: Nevil Maskelyne and the zenith sector, 1760-74. Reeves, Nicholas
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1774
     Index terms: Zenith sector; Maskelyne, Nevil (1732–1811), astronomer and mathematician; Astronomy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Constructing communities: living and working in the Royal Navy, 1825-33. Preston, Virginia
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Greenwich Maritime Inst.). Supervised by Palmer, Sarah R.; Knight, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1833
     Index terms: Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Constructing London's water supply: a study of engineering and modernity. Hillier, Joseph
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.). Supervised by Colomb, Claire; Bell, Sarah; Gandy, Matthew
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Water, provision of, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Consumption, wealth, indebtedness and social structure in early modern England. Sneath, Kenneth G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Social structure; Debt; Wealth; Consumption
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Contestation in the interpretation of Adam Smith: the importance of historical context and intellectual influence. Clarke, Peter
     Ph.D., Lincoln.
     Chronological coverage: 1776–2000
     Index terms: Smith, Adam (bap. 1723, d. 1790), moral philosopher and political economist
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Cosmo Gordon Lang, archbishop of Canterbury 1928-42: a reassessment. Beaken, Robert
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Theol. & Rel. Stud.). Supervised by Erdozain, Dominic
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1942
     Index terms: Canterbury, archbishop; Lang, (William) Cosmo Gordon (1864–1945), Baron Lang of Lambeth, archbishop of Canterbury; Church, 20th cent.
     Categories: 20th Century

Cost of conflict, price of peace - assessing conflict transformation through social and economic development: Northern Ireland and the Border Counties as a case study. Buchanan, Sandra
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Ryan, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1967–2005
     Index terms: Conflice, in Northern Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Crisis in Lancashire: a survey of the 1720s demographic crisis. Edwards, Elizabeth
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Gritt, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1720–1730
     Index terms: Lancashire; Demography
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Crossing the convent threshold: Frances Taylor, Georgiana Fullerton and 19th-century Catholic women's writing. Harper, Katherine
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1900
     Index terms: Fullerton, Georgiana (1812-85), writer; Taylor, Frances (1832-1900), writer; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Women, Roman Catholic
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Gender and Women; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century

Cultural identity and meaning in Irish 'heritage' architecture: big houses of the Norman revival. McGarry, Marion
     Ph.D., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1930
     Index terms: Ireland; Architecture, in Ireland; Norman revival, architecture
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Cultures of women's drinking and the English public house, 1914-39. Moss, Stella M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Waller, Philip; Howarth, Janet
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1939
     Index terms: Drinking; Women, and alcohol; Public houses; Alcohol
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

Custom and popular senses of the past in the Forest of Dean, c.1550-1832. Sandall, Simon
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Wood, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1832
     Index terms: Forest of Dean, Glos.

David Lester Richardson (1801-65): a romantic Anglo-Indian. Ghosh, Priyali
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1821–1865
     Index terms: Richardson, David Lester (bap. 1801, d. 1865), poet and writer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Death, service and citizenship in Britain in the First World War. Hughes, Ann-Marie C.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Citizenship; Military service; Death; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Desperate measures: Britain's internment of British fascists during the Second World War. Grant, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism; Internment; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

Diet, luxury and identity in England, 1540-1640. Lloyd, Paul
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Dyer, Christopher C.; Gentilcore, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1640
     Index terms: Identity; Luxury; Diet
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Diet, luxury and social identity in England, 1540-1640. Lloyd, Paul S.
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1640
     Index terms: Luxury; Diet
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Dirt, blight and regeneration: a study of urban change in London. Campkin, Ben
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.). Supervised by Borden, Ian; Gandy, Matthew
     Chronological coverage: 1960–2000
     Index terms: Urban regeneration, in London; London
     Categories: 20th Century

Dissecting the medical marketplace: the development of healthcare provision in 19th-century Portsmouth. Biddle, Richard
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Portsmouth, Hants.; Medicine; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Distrust, innovations, and public service: 'projecting' in 17th- and early 18th-century England. Yamamoto, Koji
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1725
     Index terms: Projecting
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Dublin local government and politics, 1898-1922. Wallace, Ciaran
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Fitzpatrick, David
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1922
     Index terms: Local government, in Ireland; Ireland; Dublin
     Categories: Local history; 18th-19th Century

East Stonehouse mid Victorian population, 1851-81. Burnard, Jeffery H.
     M.Phil., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1851–1881
     Index terms: Population; East Stonehouse, Devon
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Eating into Jewishness: food and Jewish identities in Britain, 1955-2005. Gerson, Jane
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1955–2005
     Index terms: Food, and Jewish identity; Identity, Jewish; Jews
     Categories: 20th Century

Every generation has its task: attitudes to Irish youth in the 60s. Holohan, Carole
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Daly, Mary E.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1970
     Index terms: Youth, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history

Explaining variations in municipal hospital provision in the 1930s. Neville, Julia
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Hospitals, municipal; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 20th Century

'Eying and applying and meditating on the promises': reading the Bible in 17th-century England. Schildt, Jeremy
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Champion, Justin A.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Reading, biblical; Bible
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Faith, control and resistance? The motivation of religious observance on the textile communities of south-west England, 1750-1860. Strachan, Clare
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Archaeol. & Anc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1860
     Index terms: Textile manufacture; Religious observance
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Faith, fish, farm or family? The impact of kinship links on migration choices and residential persistence in north Devon, 1841-1901. Few, Janet M.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Overton, Mark; French, Henry
     Chronological coverage: 1841–1901
     Index terms: Residential persistence, in Devon; Migration; Kinship; Devon
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Farming the margins: 'upland' agriculture in Westmorland, 1910-47. Crowe, Hilary
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Howkins, Alun J.; Short, B.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1946
     Index terms: Farming, in Westmorland; Agriculture, in Westmorland; Westmorland
     Categories: 20th Century

Feminism and the challenge of war: responses of the British women's suffrage movement to the outbreak of the Great War. Lefebvre, Marc A.L.A.
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1916
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Suffrage, female; Feminism; Women
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Foreign and native on the English stage, 1588-1611: metaphor and national identity. Pettegree, Jane K.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1588–1611
     Index terms: Drama; Theatre; National identity
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Forgotten Lancashire? Rural settlements in the east Lancashire textile district, c.1800-1914. Parker, Roy
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winstanley, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1914
     Index terms: Textile manufacture, in Lancashire; Settlement, in Lancashire; Lancashire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From corporations to commissioners: municipal government and urban change in Leinster, 1835-65. Hester, Patrick J.
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1865
     Index terms: Leinster; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

From the 'traditional' game to the modern sport: first-class cricket in charge, 1945-63. Copping, Laura
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Webster, Wendy; Russell, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1963
     Index terms: Sport; Cricket
     Categories: 20th Century

Gauging Charlie: the circulation and reception of Charles Chaplin's early comedies in Britain from cinema to super 8. Watson, Clare
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1980
     Index terms: Film, comedy; Cinema; Chaplin, Sir Charles Spencer (Charlie) (1889-1977), film actor and director
     Categories: 20th Century

Gender, power and sensibility: marital breakdown and separation in the Court of Arches, 1660-1800. Akamatsu, Junko
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Corfield, Penelope J.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1800
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; Marriage, breakdown; Court of Arches; Gender; Women
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Genre, taste and the B.B.C.: the origins of British television science fiction. Johnston, Derek
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1955
     Index terms: British Broadcasting Corporation; B.B.C., see British Broadcasting Corporation; Television; Science fiction
     Categories: 20th Century

God, grief and community: commemoration of the Great War in Huddersfield, c.1914-1929. Brook, Anne C.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Green, Simon J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1929
     Index terms: Great War, see World War I (1914-18); Huddersfield, Yorks.; World War I (1914-18); Yorkshire; Commemoration
     Categories: 20th Century

God in the academy: the reform of the University of Oxford and the practice of theology, 1850-1932. Inman, Daniel D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Pattison, George; Whyte, William H.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1932
     Index terms: Universities; Education, higher; Theology; Oxford, University
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Grain mills of County Longford, *c*.1750-*c*.1950: a regional survey. Mimnagh, James P.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Bradley, John
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1950
     Index terms: Grain mills, in Ireland; Longford, Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Economic history; 18th-19th Century

Headcounting in British Ireland, 1650-1911: colonialism, demography and ethnicity. McEldowney, Owen T.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1911
     Index terms: Ethnicity, in Ireland; Demography, in Ireland; Ireland; Population, in Ireland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

History documentary on U.K. terrestrial television, 1982-2002. Sills-Jones, Dafydd G.
     Ph.D., Aberystwyth.
     Chronological coverage: 1982–2002
     Index terms: Documentaries, historical; Television
     Categories: 20th Century

Holland Fen: social and topographical changes in a fenland enironment, 1750-1945. Brammer, Betty
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1945
     Index terms: Lincolnshire; Fens; Holland Fen, Lincs.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Immortalising the past: symphonic reception, idealism and canon in mid Victorian London. Williams, Timothy R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1870
     Index terms: Symphonic reception, in London; Music, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Impact of the Reformation in England on gender relations. Norton, Hayley
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Capp, Bernard; Marshall, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1600
     Index terms: Gender; Reformation
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Imperial science during the First World War. David, Tom
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Edgerton, David E.H.; Warwick, Andrew C.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Science, imperial
     Categories: 20th Century

Industry and the interior life: industrial 'experts' and the mental world of workers in 20th-century Britain. Whitelaw, Brooke
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomson, Mathew; Marland, Hilary
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1990
     Index terms: Interior life, of workers; Industry
     Categories: 20th Century

Intergovernmental relations between Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland, 1966-74. Craig, Anthony
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1966–1974
     Index terms: Ireland, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

Intermediate educational provision for girls in Northern Ireland, 1867-1947. Rush, Claire
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Dowd, Mary
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1947
     Index terms: Girls, education of, in Ireland; Education, of girls, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Interrogation, Ill-Treatment and Intelligence: Northern Ireland, 1971-8. Newbery, Samantha
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Halpin, Eunan J.
     Chronological coverage: 1971–1978
     Index terms: Intelligence, in Northern Ireland; Interrogation, in Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

In the shadows of the asylum: narratives of change and stagnation: c.1890-1930. Douglas, Barbara
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Jackson, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1930
     Index terms: Mental health, Mental healthcare; Asylums
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Into the mouths of babes: hyperactivity, food additives and the history of the Feingold Diet. Smith, Matthew
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Jackson, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1970–2007
     Index terms: Children; Hyperactivity; Food additives; Feingold Diet; A.D.H.D., see Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Diet; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
     Categories: 20th Century

Irish associational culture and identity in post-war Birmingham. O'Brien, Sarah
     Ph.D., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Cronin, Maura
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Associational culture, Irish; Birmingham
     Categories: Social history; 20th Century

Irish cultural institutions and their impact in contemporary Ireland. Collins, Mary
     M.Litt., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Vaughan, William
     Chronological coverage: 1922–2009
     Index terms: Cultural institutions, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

James McNeill: a man of his time. McNeill, Ruari
     M.Phil., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1901–1964
     Index terms: McNeill, James (1881-1964)
     Categories: 20th Century

John A. Costello: the forgotten Taioseach. Callaghan, Michael
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thorpe, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1957
     Index terms: Costello, John Aloysius (1891–1976), taoiseach; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

John Erskine, 1721-1803: dissemination of enlightened evangelical criticism. Yeager, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Macleod, Emma Vincent; Bebbington, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1741–1803
     Index terms: Church of Scotland; Evangelicalism; Erskine, John (1721–1803), Church of Scotland minister and author,; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Foxe's Latin writings: their intellectual and social context, with special reference to the period of his exile, 1554-9. Wade, John
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Greengrass, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1587
     Index terms: Foxe, John (1516/17–87), martyrologist
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

John Gorham, 1814-99: Victorian medicine in Tonbridge. Ford, John M. Tipping
     Ph.D., Exeter and Plymouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1834–1899
     Index terms: Tonbridge, Kent; Health, Healthcare; Medicine; Gorham, John (1814-99), physician
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Hunter and the 'museum oeconomy', 1750-1800. Chaplin, Simon
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Jordanova, Ludmilla J.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800
     Index terms: Museums; Hunter, John (1728-93), surgeon and anatomist; Hunterian Museum
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

John Taylor the Water Poet, authorship and print, 1612-31. Wikeley, Clare E.
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1612–1631
     Index terms: Printing; Authorship; Water Poet, see Taylor, John; Taylor, John (the Water Poet) (1578-1653), poet
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Just jingoism or impetuous imperialism?' The British occupation of Egypt, the Great Powers and the conventions of 1885-8. Elrick, Andrew
     M.Litt., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1888
     Index terms: Conventions (1885-8); Great Powers; Egypt, British
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; Britain and Ireland19th Century

Lady Brilliana Harley's letters and the epistolary genre in early Stuart England. Harris, Johanna I.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Purkiss, Diane; Kean, Margaret
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1643
     Index terms: Women; Letter-writing; Harley, Brilliana, Lady Harley (bap. 1598, d. 1643), parliamentarian gentlewoman
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Laity and clergy in the Catholic renewal of Dublin, *c*.1750-1830. Begadon, Cormac S.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Gillespie, Raymond
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1830
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church, in Ireland; Dublin; Ireland; Laity, in Ireland; Clergy, in Ireland
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; 18th-19th Century

Land and survival in Fingal, 1630-1703. Byrne, Desmond J.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Gillespie, Raymond
     Chronological coverage: 1630–1703
     Index terms: Fingal, Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Agriculture; 16th-17th Century

Landlordism, poverty, famine and emigration in North Sligo (barony of Carbury) in the early 19th century. McGovern, John
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Loughlin, J.; O'Brien, G.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: Poverty, in Ireland; Migration, from Ireland; Famine, Irish; Carbury, Barony, Ireland; Ireland; Sligo, County; Landlordism, in Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Law, empire and the bodies of women: British notions of 'civilisation' and the retreat from public punishments in England, 1750-1868. Guthrie, Denise
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Crawford, Catherine J.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1868
     Index terms: Punishment, public; Civilisation; Crime
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century

Learning to survive: the Petre family and the formation of Catholic communities from Elizabeth I to the eve of the English Civil War. Kelly, James E.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Theol. & Rel. Stud.). Supervised by Crankshaw, David
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1642
     Index terms: Civil War (1642-9); Petre family; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Elizabeth I (1533–1603), queen
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Lee House, Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester (1928-31): an example of the influence of the American skyscraper on British commercial architecture during the 1920s. Jolley, Victoria S.
     M.Phil., Manchester Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1931
     Index terms: Architecture, commercial; Skyscrapers; Manchester; Lee House, Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester
     Categories: 20th Century

Leisure and pleasure in 18th-century London society: an agent-centred approach. Heller, Benjamin
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Innes, Joanna M.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Pleasure, in London; Leisure, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Lives less ordinary: north-west women's narratives of World War II. Phillips, Patricia
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Women; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: Gender and Women; Intellectual history; Military/naval history; 20th Century

Lives, letters, bodies: John Locke's medical interactions contextualised. Smith, Olivia Freundlich
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1652–1704
     Index terms: Medicine; Locke, John (1632-1704), philosopher
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Local authorities and the management of the common lodging house in Lancashire, 1851-1914. Fisher, Eleanor
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Philips, Gordon
     Chronological coverage: 1851–1914
     Index terms: Accommodation, in Lancashire; Lodging houses, in Lancashire; Lancashire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Local government and road passenger transport policy in south Wales, 1930-70. McCloy, Robert J.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1970
     Index terms: Local government, in Wales; Transport, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

London calling: B.B.C. external services, Whitehall and the Cold War, 1944-57. Webb, Alban J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1957
     Index terms: Cold War; British Broadcasting Corporation, external services; London; Whitehall
     Categories: 20th Century

Lucia Vestris as lessee and manager of the Olympic Theatre, 1831-9, and the influence of James Robinson Planché. Leighton, Judi
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1839
     Index terms: Theatre; Olympic Theatre, London; Vestris, Lucia Elizabeth (1797-1856), actress-singer; Planché, James Robinson (1796-1880), dramatist
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Material culture and the transfer of female gentility to the British empire during the latter half of the 19th century. Lawrence, Diane
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Constantine, Stephen; Barber, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Gentility, female, in the empire; Women, in the empire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Mathematics in the life of Éamon de Valera. O'Sullivan, Kathleen J.
     Ph.D., Cork.
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1975
     Index terms: Valera, Eamon De (1882-1975), taoiseach; Mathematics
     Categories: 20th Century

Mayoral pageantry and early modern London, 1605-39. Robinson, Philip
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1605–1639
     Index terms: Pageantry, in London; Mayor, of London; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Mechanical abortions? The failure of British tank production, 1936-45. Taylor, Richard
     M.Phil., Dundee.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1945
     Index terms: Tank production; Armoured vehicles
     Categories: 20th Century

Microfinance institutions in 19th-century Ireland. McLaughlin, Eoin
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Ireland; Finance, in Ireland
     Categories: Economic history; 18th-19th Century

Middleton Hall and Aberglasney: two Carmarthenshire landed estates and their families, c.1780-1875. Rees, Lowri A.
     Ph.D., Aberystwyth.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1875
     Index terms: Aberglasney, Carms.; Middleton Hall, Carms.; Wales; Carmarthenshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Migration and cultural identity in Ulster and south-west Scotland, 1689-1715. Middleton, Kathleen
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Armstrong, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1715
     Index terms: Migration, in Scotland; Ireland; Scotland; Migration, in Ulster
     Categories: Social history; 16th-17th Century

Modern history of the stomach: gastric illness, medicine and British society, c.1800-1950. Miller, Ian
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Burney, Ian A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1950
     Index terms: Gastric illness; Health, Healthcare; Medicine
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Money and nationalist politics in 19th-century Ireland: from O'Connell to Parnell. Keyes, Michael J.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1823–1891
     Index terms: Parnell, Charles Stewart (1846–1891), politician and landowner; O'Connell, Daniel (1775–1847), Irish nationalist leader; Nationalism, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

Mortuary texts: an underused source of community history. Lloyd-Evans, Marise
     M.Phil., Aberystwyth.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Mortuary texts
     Categories: 20th Century

Musical moderism and left-wing politics in 1930s Britain. Bullivant, J. L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Cross, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Music, modernism
     Categories: 20th Century

Nationalising the hero: the image of Edward the Black Prince in English politics and culture, 1776-1903. Gribling, Barbara
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Ormrod, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1903
     Index terms: Black Prince, see Edward, prince of Wales; Edward, prince of Wales and of Aquitaine (1330–76), heir to the English throne
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Neighbourhood, family and home: the working class experience in mid 20th-century Brighton. Jones, Benjamin
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Langhamer, Claire L.; Gazeley, Ian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970
     Index terms: Brighton, East Sussex; Working classes, in Brighton; Class, social; East Sussex
     Categories: 20th Century

New nationalism? The origins of the S.D.L.P., 1969-74. Campbell, Sarah
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Daly, Mary E.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1974
     Index terms: S.D.L.P., *see* Social Democratic and Labour Party; Social Democratic and Labour Party, Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

Newspaper proprietors and the business of newspaper publishing in provincial England, 1760-1820. Gardner, Victoria E. Moseley
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Gleadle, Kathryn J.; Ferdinand, Christine
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1820
     Index terms: Press, newspaper
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'No other faction but my own': dynastic politics and Elizabeth I's Carey cousins. Bundesen, Kristin
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Merritt, Julia; Ellis, Joyce M.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Carey family; Elizabeth I (1533–1603), queen; Dynastic politics
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Northern Ireland: Sunningdale, power-sharing and British-Irish relations, 1972-75. McDaid, Shaun
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by McGarry, Fearghal P.
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1974
     Index terms: Northern Ireland executive; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Nurture as well as nature: environmentalism in representations of women and exercise in Britain, from the 1880s to the early 1920s. Aspinall, Susan
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomson, Mathew; Marland, Hilary
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1925
     Index terms: Exercise, female; Women; Environmentalism
     Categories: Gender and Women; Environmental history; 18th-19th Century

Occupational patterns and economic activity in Manchester and Salford prior to the Industrial Revolution. Mather, Charles
     M.Phil., Manchester Metropolitan. (Hist.). Supervised by Horner, Craig; Kidd, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1750
     Index terms: Salford; Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Offending women in Stafford, 1880-1905: punishment, reform and re-integration. Turner, Joanne S.
     Ph.D., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1905
     Index terms: Crime, female; Women; Stafford
     Categories: Gender and Women; Legal history; 19th Century; 20th Century

On 'His Magisties Orders': social relations in West Offaly, the barony of Garrycastle, 1801-51. Murphy, Gerard W.
     M.Litt., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Gillespie, Raymond
     Chronological coverage: 1801–1851
     Index terms: Ireland; Offaly, Ireland; Garrycastle, barony, Ireland
     Categories: Social history; 18th-19th Century

Opposition in a pre-republican age? The Spanish match and Jacobean political thought, 1618-24. Hackett, Kimberley
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Wootton, David
     Chronological coverage: 1618–1624
     Index terms: Spanish match; Political thought, Jacobean; Jacobeans
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Ordering the mob: London's public punishments, c.1783-1868. White, Matthew
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.). Supervised by Hitchcock, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1783–1868
     Index terms: Mobs, in London; Crime, in London; London; Punishment, public, in London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Our ancient national airs: Scottish song collecting, c.1760-1888. McAulay, Karen E.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1888
     Index terms: Collecting, of songs, in Scotland; Scotland; Song, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Panic over the pub: drink and the First World War. Duncan, Robert
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by De Groot, Jerry
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Drinking; Alcohol; Public houses; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Parian figures and Victorian popular culture: a case study in the materialisation of social values. Chater, Samuel
     M.Phil., Keele.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Parian ware; Ceramics
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Paving the way to prerogative: the politics of Thomas Wentworth, *c*.1614-35. Empey, Mark
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by McCafferty, John
     Chronological coverage: 1614–1635
     Index terms: Wentworth, Thomas, 1st earl of Strafford (1593–1641), lord lieutenant of Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 16th-17th Century

Performing women in early modern England, 1625-1700. Devlin, Majella
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1700
     Index terms: Drama; Women, in early modern drama; Theatre
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

Periodical foreign news printed in London in the early 17th century. Boys, Jayne E.E.
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1620
     Index terms: London; Press, periodical; Periodicals, see Press
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Philanthropy, self-help and religion in Limerick city, 1850-1900. Meehan, Mortimer
     M.A., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Cronin, Maura
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Limerick City, Co. Limerick; Philanthropy, in Ireland; Religion, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Social history; 18th-19th Century

Picturing the invisible: religious printed images in Elizabethan England. Davis, David
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Walsham, Alexandra
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Religious imagery; Images, printed
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Placing ideas and ideas of place: ways of knowing the British empire's resources, 1914-30. Ashmore, Paul
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Phimister, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1930
     Index terms: Empire
     Categories: 20th Century

Planning for the last time: government science, civil defence and the public, 1945-68. Smith, Melissa J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Hughes, Jeff A.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1968
     Index terms: Science; Civil defence
     Categories: 20th Century

Playing the man: educating elite English manhood in theory and practice, c.1550-1640. Stone, Gregory W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Haigh, Christopher
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1640
     Index terms: Education, elite male
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Political Ruskin: the influence of Ruskin's political ideas and social experiments in Britain, c.1870-1920. Eagles, Stuart
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Goldman, Lawrence N.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1920
     Index terms: Ruskin, John (1819-1900), art critic and social critic
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Political theology and the Levellers: a discussion of the theological sources of the political thought of the Levellers and of some implications for modern understanding of political liberalism. Mason, Colin
     Ph.D., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1651
     Index terms: Levellers
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Politics and history in England, 1793-1832: Sir James Mackintosh and his critics. Goodall, Andrew
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Vance, R.N.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1832
     Index terms: Mackintosh, Sir James, of Kyllachy (1765–1832), political writer and politician; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Politics and society in east Galway, 1914-21. McNamara, Conor
     Ph.D., St. Patrick's College. (Hist.). Supervised by King, Carla
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1921
     Index terms: Galway, Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

Politics, pogroms and print: the 1641 Depositions and contemporary print culture. Darcy, Eamon
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Ohlmeyer, Jane H.
     Chronological coverage: 1641–1641
     Index terms: Print culture, in Ireland; Depositions (1641); Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 16th-17th Century

Politics, religion and the 'London churchmen', 1662-89. Walker, Gareth D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1689
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; London
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Poverty, property and profit in English popular culture, 1660-1720. Waddell, Brodie
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Hindle, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1720
     Index terms: Profit; Property; Poverty
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Power in the blood: the significance of the blood of Jesus to the spirituality of early British Pentecostalism and its precursors. Pugh, Benjamin A.
     Ph.D., Bangor.
     Chronological coverage: 1901–1930
     Index terms: Pentecostalism
     Categories: 20th Century

Presbyterians, politics and the development of Belfast in the early 19th century. Wright, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Connolly, Sean J.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, in Ireland; Belfast; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Printed images and political communication in Britain, c.1830-80: production, content and reception. Miller, Henry J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1880
     Index terms: Reception, of printed images; Communication, political; Press; Production, of printed images; Images, printed; Printed images
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Prison policy in Ireland, 1922-72: subversion, stagnation and social change. Rogan, Mary
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1972
     Index terms: Prisons, in Ireland; Crime, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

Public health legislation and constitutional reform, 1832-94. Schofield, Robert J.
     LL.M., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1894
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Ralph Waldo Emerson's lecture tour of Great Britain and the revolutions of 1848. Koch, Daniel R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Young, Brian W.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1848
     Index terms: Revolution, see European Revolutions; European Revolutions (1848); Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-82), American lecturer and essayist; Lecture tours
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Recovering identities: the cultural image and commemoration of Great War shell-shock, 1939-2009. Cameron-Fleming, Kate
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Bowman, Timothy; Goebel, Stefan
     Chronological coverage: 1939–2009
     Index terms: Shell-shock; World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Reinventing revolution on the Commonwealth and Restoration stage, 1648-72. Willie, Rachel J.
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1672
     Index terms: Theatre; Drama
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Reinvention and continuity in the making of an historic visitor attraction: control, access and display at Hampton Court Palace, 1838-1938. Parker, Julia
     Ph.D., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1838–1938
     Index terms: Hampton Court Palace
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Religious deviance in the Elizabethan diocese of Durham. Tenno, Siiri
     M.A., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1603
     Index terms: Durham, diocese; Heresy, in Durham
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Religious influences in north-east fishing communities in the 19th century. Friend, Stephen
     M.Phil., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Starkey, David J.; Ambler, Rodney W.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Fishing communities; Religion
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Religious spaces in the settlement movement. Matthew-Jones, Lucinda
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Taithe, Bertrand; Strange, Julie-Marie
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Index terms: Settlement movement; United States of America
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Representations of specific concerns of the Women's Liberation Movement in British feminist art, 1970-8. Frizell, Hazel E.
     Ph.D., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1978
     Index terms: Women; Art, Artists, feminist; Women's Liberation Movement; Feminism
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

Reviving a great sector of London to the benefit of the community': the London County Council's rebuilding of the South Bank as a cultural quarter, 1945-76. Harwood, Elain
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1976
     Index terms: London County Council; South Bank, London
     Categories: 20th Century

Reviving the past: 18th-century evangelical interpretations of church history. Schmidt, Darren W.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Church, from 16th cent.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Robert Prescott Stewart (1825-94): a Victorian musician in Dublin. Parker, Lisa
     Ph.D., Maynooth.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1894
     Index terms: Ireland; Stewart, Sir Robert Prescott (1825-94), organist and composer; Music, in Ireland; Dublin
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Rural out-migration from Cardiganshire in the 19th century. Cooper, Kathryn
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Eng. Loc. Hist.). Supervised by Snell, Keith D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Cardiganshire; Wales; Migration
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Science collection, exhibition and display in public museums in Britain from World War II through the 1960s. Parsons III, Thad
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Bennett, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1970
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Collecting, scientific; Musuems
     Categories: 20th Century

Scottish commercial and political networks in Ulster during the reigns of King William III and Queen Anne, 1688-1714. Sherry, John
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Brien, G.; Kelly, W.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1714
     Index terms: Political networks, Scottish; Commerce, Scottish; Ulster; Ireland, and Scotland; William III and II (1650–1702), king; Scotland, and Ireland; Anne (1665–1714), queen
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Scottish education in the reign of James VI: Andrew Melville and the reform of the universities of Scotland, 1560-1625. Reid, Stephen J.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Mason, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1625
     Index terms: James VI and I (1566–1625), king; Universities, in Scotland; Scotland; Education, higher, in Scotland; Melville, Andrew (1545–1622), university principal and theologian
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Selling modern British design: overseas exhibitions by the Council of Industrial Design, 1949-71. Lee, Yunah
     Ph.D., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1971
     Index terms: Design; Council of Industrial Design
     Categories: 20th Century

Seán MacBride and Irish republicanism, 1904-46: a contextual biography. Nic Dháibhéid, Caoimhe S.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1904–1946
     Index terms: Ireland; Republicanism, Irish; MacBride, Seán (1904-88), Irish nationalist and politician
     Categories: 20th Century

Sermons in print: John Tillotson and religious publishing in England, c.1660-1752. Dixon, Rosemary
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1752
     Index terms: Church, from 16th cent.; Tillotson, John (1630-94), archbishop of Canterbury; Publishing, religious; Printing; Sermons, printed
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Sex and racial theory in Britain, 1690-1833. Wells, Andrew J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Hist.). Supervised by Dabhoiwala, Faramerz; Young, Brian
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1833
     Index terms: Racial theory; Sex
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Shaping the Victorian navy: experiment, experience and the culture of expertise in naval architecture. Leggett, Don
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Smith, Crosbie
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Architecture, naval; Royal Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Smallpox in Stuart London: causes and effects of an emerging disease. Meier, Henry
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pelling, Margaret
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1714
     Index terms: London; Smallpox; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Social and ecological causes of extinction in great bustard and capercaillie in Britain. Stevenson, Gilbert B.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist. & Environmental Sc.). Supervised by Gilvear, David; Oram, Richard D.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Capercaillie, extinction of; Bustard, extinction of; Birds
     Categories: 20th Century

Social networks and relationships in early modern Thanet, c.1560-c.1620. Wyatt, Gill
     M.Phil., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1620
     Index terms: Thanet, Kent
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Society and the land: the changing landscape of Baschurch, north Shropshire, c.1550-2000. Varey, Sharon
     Ph.D., Chester. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Booth, Paul H.W.; White, Graeme
     Chronological coverage: 1550–2000
     Index terms: Landscape, in Shropshire; Shropshire; Baschurch, Salop.

Sovereignty, religion and the nation-state: statecraft and collective identity in England, c.1530-1601. De Carvalho, Benjamin
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1601
     Index terms: Sovereignty; Religion; Statecraft; Identity, collective; Nation-state
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Spiritual rhythm' and 'material things': art, cultural networks and modernity in Britain, c.1900-14. Turner, Sarah
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Green, Christopher
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Index terms: Cultural networks; Art
     Categories: 20th Century

Sponsored migration under the New Poor Law, 1835-7. Park, Peter
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Vernon, Keith; Gritt, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1835–1837
     Index terms: Migration; Poor Law
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Stepney from the outbreak of the First World War to the Festival of Britain, 1914-51: a profile of a London borough during the first half of the 20th century. Bird, Samantha L.
     Ph.D., London Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1951
     Index terms: Stepney; London; Festival of Britain (1951); World War I (1914-18)
     Categories: 20th Century

Stereotypes and heroines: women on the London stage in British and European drama in 1914. Stam, Christine
     Ph.D., Surrey.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1914
     Index terms: Drama; Stage; Women, in drama
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; Europe; 20th Century

Systems of welfare in the countryside in late Victorian England. Young, Peter
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Hunt, Karen
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1901
     Index terms: Welfare, rural
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Teacher policy in England: an historical study of responses to changing ideological and socio-economic contexts. Jeong, Un Yong
     Ph.D., Bath.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000
     Index terms: Teacher policy; Education
     Categories: 20th Century

Thatcher's economists: ideas and opposition in 1980s Britain. Allan, Lewis
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Humphries, K. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1980–1990
     Index terms: Economy; Thatcher, Margaret (b. 1925), prime minister
     Categories: 20th Century

The acquisition of books by Chetham's Library, 1655-1700: a case study in the distribution and reception of texts in the English provinces in the 17th century. Yeo, Matthew G.
     Ph.D., Manchester. Supervised by Adams, David; Power, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1655–1700
     Categories: Art and Architecture; Education; Medicine; Science and technology; 16th-17th Century

The acquisition of books by Chetham's Library, 1655-1700: a case study in the distribution and reception of texts in the English provinces in the 17th century. Yeo, Matthew G.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Adams, David; Power, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1655–1700
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The aging body in English medical advice literature, c.1700-1770. Yallop, Helen
     M.Phil., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Gowing, Laura
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1770
     Index terms: Body; Medical advice literature
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The art of advertising: trade cards in 18th-century consumer culture. Hubbard, Philippa
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Berg, Maxine
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Consumerism; Trade cards; Advertising
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Theatre, medical identities and ethics, 1983-2008. Harpin, Anna R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1983–2008
     Index terms: Medical ethics; Theatre
     Categories: 20th Century

The British army on campaign, 1808-15: manpower, cohesion and effectiveness. Bamford, Andrew
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Spiers, Edward M.; Linch, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1815
     Index terms: Army
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The British Expeditionary Force and communications on the Western Front, 1914-18. Hall, Brian N.
     Ph.D., Salford. (Eur. Stud. Res. Inst.). Supervised by Beach, Jim; Searle, Alaric
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Communication, military; Army; British Expeditionary Force; Western Front
     Categories: 20th Century

The British maritime public sphere in Canton, 1827-39. Chen, Song-Chuan
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1827–1839
     Index terms: Maritime relations, with China; Canton, China; China, and Britain
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century

The Brynmawr experiment, 1928-40: Quaker values and Arts and Crafts principles. Manasseh, Pamela
     Ph.D., Plymouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1940
     Index terms: Quakers, Quakerism; Wales; Brynmawr, Gwent; Arts and Crafts movement
     Categories: 20th Century

The Catholic Women's League and education, 1906-23. Newman, Mary
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Educ.). Supervised by McCulloch, Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1923
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Women; Catholic Women's League; Education, Catholic, of women
     Categories: Gender and Women; Education; Political history; 20th Century

The changing face of English freemasonry, 1640-1740. Kebbell, Peter
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1740
     Index terms: Freemasons, Freemasonry
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The choral music of Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) and the press, c.1875-1925. Smith, Peter J.
     M.Mus., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1925
     Index terms: Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers (1852-1924), composer; Music, choral; Press, newspaper
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The church book of Cockermouth Congregational church, 1651-1700. Wordsworth, Robert
     M.Phil., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Winchester, Angus J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1651–1700
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism; Congregational church; Cockermouth Congregational church; Cumbria
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Church of Ireland and education policy in Northern Ireland, 1900-62. Timpany, Stephen
     Ed.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1962
     Index terms: Northern Ireland; Education, in Northern Ireland; Church of Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The Church of Ireland and the Famine in Ulster, 1845-52. Tumilty, Kathryn M.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1852
     Index terms: Ulster; Famine, in Ireland; Church of Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Conservative party and the extreme right, 1945-79. Pitchford, Mark
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Passmore, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1979
     Index terms: Right wing politics; Conservative party
     Categories: 20th Century

The Conservative party in north-east Wales, 1906-24. Williams, Thomas
     Ph.D., Chester. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Dutton, David; Smith, Jeremy
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1924
     Index terms: Conservative party, in Wales; Wales
     Categories: 20th Century

The cultural and ideological significance of representations of Boudicca during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. Frénée-Hutchins, Samantha
     Ph.D., Exeter.
     Chronological coverage: 1558–1625
     Index terms: James VI and I (1566-1625), king; Elizabeth I (1533-1603), queen; Boudicca (d. A.D. 60/61), queen of the Iceni, representations of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The cultural politics of heroism in British mountaineering, 1921-95. Gilchrist, Paul M.
     Ph.D., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1995
     Index terms: Mountaineering; Heroism
     Categories: 20th Century

The culture of paper money in Britain: the Bank of England note during the bank restriction period, 1797-1821. Shin, Hiroki
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1821
     Index terms: Bank restriction period; Money, paper; Bank of England
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Darwin debate in Dublin, 1859-1908. Kelly, Aodhán
     M.Litt., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Comerford, Richard V.
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1908
     Index terms: Darwin, Charles Robert (1809–1882), naturalist; Ireland; Dublin
     Categories: Art and Architecture; Science and technology; Medicine; 18th-19th Century

The decline of the Galway gentry, 1898-1918. Murphy-O'Connor, James
     M.Litt., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1918
     Index terms: Galway, Ireland; Gentry, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The demand for chemists in the Manchester area, 1900-39, and how it was filled. Swinfin, Stephen
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Roberts, Gerrylynn K.; Mackie, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939
     Index terms: Manchester; Chemists
     Categories: 20th Century

The depiction of Germans in British films: how it changes, how far such changes reflect government policy and public opinion. Cross, Myra L.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Aldgate, Anthony K.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–2000
     Index terms: Film; Germany, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century

The director of financial enquiries: a study of the treasury career of R.G. Hawtrey (1919-39). Gaukroger, Alan
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Music, Hum. & Media). Supervised by Taylor, D.; Fitzsimmons, V.; Laybourn, K.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Hawtrey, Sir Ralph George (1879–1975), economist; Treasury; Finance
     Categories: 20th Century

The establishment and disestablishment of religion in Great Britain, 1906-36: a comparative historical study. Peterson, Scot M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by McLean, Iain
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1936
     Index terms: Religion; Church, 20th cent.
     Categories: 20th Century

The evolution of the Ahmadiyya community in the U.K., 1913-2003. Moles, Tarja
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Robinson, Francis
     Chronological coverage: 1913–2003
     Index terms: Ahmadiyya community
     Categories: 20th Century

The farmers' conundrum: political sovereignty and state interventions in rural Munster, 1924-38. Davies, Christopher
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Foster, Robert F. (Roy)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1938
     Index terms: Munster; Farmers, Farming, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The fortunes of the Liberal party in Sussex, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, 1900-14. Ivatt, Ian J.V.
     M.Phil., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Purdue, A. William
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1914
     Index terms: Liberals, Liberalism, Liberal party; Sussex; Portsmouth, Hants.; Isle of Wight
     Categories: 20th Century

The Galloway Levellers: a study of the origins, events and consequences of theirs actions. Livingston, Alistair
     M.Phil., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1724–1724
     Index terms: Scotland; Galloway Levellers
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Godfrey family and their estate. Knightly, John G.
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Bric, Maurice J.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1900
     Index terms: Godrey family
     Categories: Political history; 16th-17th Century

The great chain of unreason: the publication and distribution of 'rejected knowledge' in England during the Victorian era. Gilbert, Robert A.
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. English Stud)
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901
     Index terms: Knowledge; Publication
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'The greatest blessing': the impact of gas lighting on the 19th-century work-place. West, Ian
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Archaeol. & Anc. Hist.). Supervised by Gillings, Mark; Palmer, Marilyn
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Gas lighting
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The history of the Irish Presentation Sisters in the 20th century: from autonomy to union. O'Reilly, Louise
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Prunty, Jacinta
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Presentation sisters, Ireland
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; 20th Century

The image of 'the English nation' in Richard Hakluyt's Principal Navigations (1598-1600). MacCrossan, Colm E.A.
     Ph.D., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1598–1600
     Index terms: Principal Navigations (1598-1600), of Richard Hakluyt; Hakluyt, Richard (1552?–1616), geographer
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The impact of World War II on the handicapped school children of England. Wheatcroft, Susan
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Horrocks, Sally
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Disability, child; Children, disabled; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The influence of railways on the development of Accrington and District, 1848-1914. Haydock, Mark
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Caunce, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1914
     Index terms: Railways; Accrington and District, Lancs.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The influence of the Boer War (1899-1902) on the tactical development of the regular British Army, 1902-14. Jones, Spencer
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Buckley, John
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1914
     Index terms: Army; Boer War (1899-1902)
     Categories: 20th Century

The invention of the scientist: John Tyndall and the fight for scientific authority, 1850-1900. DeYoung, Ursula
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Whyte, William H.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1900
     Index terms: Science; Tyndall, John (1820-93), physicist and mountaineer
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Irish Free State, 1922-32: government and administration. Corcoran, Donal P.
     Ph.D., Cork.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1932
     Index terms: Irish Free State; Ireland
     Categories: 20th Century

The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy motor-cycle races, 1907 to the 1960s: politics, economics and national identity. Vaukins, Simon
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Constantine, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1970
     Index terms: Motor-cycle racing; Identity, national, in the Isle of Man; Isle of Man Tourist Trophy races; T.T. Races, see Isle of Man
     Categories: 20th Century

The John Bell architecture of Renaissance Scotland. Davis, Matthew
     M.Phil., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by McKean, Charles A.
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1620
     Index terms: Scotland; Bell, John (fl. 1600), architect; Architecture, in Scotland
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Kabbalah in the British occult revival, 1860-1940. Greene, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1940
     Index terms: Occult; Kabbalah
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The language of fact and the pursuit of order: aspects of the life and writings of Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth. Emmett, Frank
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Cumbria: Hist.). Supervised by Poole, Robert J.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1824–1877
     Index terms: Kay-Shuttleworth, Sir James Phillips, 1st baronet (1804-77), civil servant and educationist
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The life and times of Thomas, Lord Paget, a Staffordshire Elizabethan recusant lord. Thurkettle, David
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Harrison, Christopher J.; Atherton, Ian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1564–1590
     Index terms: Recusants, Recusancy; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Staffordshire; Paget, Thomas (c.1544–1590), 4th Baron Paget, Roman Catholic layman and exile
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The locations and careers of provincial graduate medical practitioners in 18th-century England, with particular reference to Devon and Suffolk. Davies, Andrea E.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Barry, Jonathan; French, Henry
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1801
     Index terms: Medicine; Suffolk; Devon; Medical paractitioners
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The London Bridge Improvement Act of 1756: a study of early modern urban finance and improvement. Latham, Mark
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Sweet, Rosemary H.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1760
     Index terms: Bridges, in London; London Bridge Improvement Act (1756); Finance, urban
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The London Charity Organisation Society, 1869-1914: a critical examination of the extent to which its district committees' work and practices conformed with 'classic' Charity Organisation Society principles. Bayley, Trevor
     Ph.D., Edge Hill. (Hist.). Supervised by Spalding, Roger H.; Feehan, Laurie J.
     Chronological coverage: 1869–1914
     Index terms: Charity; London; Charity Organisation Society, London; Philanthropy, see Charity
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Majesty of the People' and radical writing of the 1790s. Green, Georgina L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Mee, John
     Chronological coverage: 1790–1800
     Index terms: Radicalism, political
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The mandarin, the musician and the mage: T.K. Whitaker, Seán Ó Riada, Thomas Kinsella and the lessons of Ireland's mid 20th century revival. Fanning, John
     Ph.D.(Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

The maritime economy of north-west England in the later 18th century. Skidmore, Peter J.
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Greenwich Maritime Inst.). Supervised by Palmer, Sarah R.; Longmore, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1800
     Index terms: Maritime economy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The maritime trade of the smaller Bristol channel ports in the 16th century. Taylor, Duncan
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Trade, maritime, in Bristol; Bristol
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Marrow controversy and seceder tradition: Marrow theology in the Associate Presbytery and Associate Synod Secession churches of Scotland, 1733-99. VanDoodewaard, William
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1733–1799
     Index terms: Associate Synod Secession church; Associate Presbytery church; Seceder tradition; Marrow controversy; Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The meane peoples capacite': writing readers in early print. Wheare, Michael
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1570
     Index terms: Printing; Readers, Reading
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The Metropolitan Police, 1850-1914: targeting, harassment and the creation of a criminal class. Stanford, Terence G.
     Ph.D., Huddersfield. (Music, Hum. & Media). Supervised by Ward, P.J.; Taylor, D.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Police, Policing; Crime; London; Metropolitan Police Force; Criminal class; Harassment, police
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The National War Aims Committee and British patriotism during World War I. Monger, David
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Readman, Paul A.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: National War Aims Committee; World War I (1914-18); Patriotism
     Categories: 20th Century

The New Education Fellowship and the reconstruction of education, 1945-66. Clews, Christopher
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Educ.). Supervised by Crook, David R.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1966
     Index terms: New Education Fellowship; Education
     Categories: 20th Century

The Norfolk county gaol, 1764-1887: 'a good and sufficient prison'?. Arber, Nicholas J.
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1764–1887
     Index terms: Norfolk; Crime; Gaol, Norfolk county
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The origins, development and impact of the Football Association Amateur Cup, 1893-1915. Metcalfe, Richard
     M.Res., Leeds Metropolitan. (Inst. Northern Stud.). Supervised by Collins, Tony; Russell, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1915
     Index terms: Sport; Football Association Amateur Cup
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The origins, patronage and culture of association football in the west of Scotland, c.1865-1902. McDowell, Matthew L.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1902
     Index terms: Sport, in Scotland; Football, in Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The political and military career of Murrough O'Brien, 6th baron and later 1st earl of Inchiquin, 1614-50, with specific reference to the Confederate Wars period. O'Doherty, Leon
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Kelly, William; O'Brien, G.
     Chronological coverage: 1614–1650
     Index terms: Ireland; O'Brien, Murrough (c.1614–1674), 1st earl of Inchiquin, nobleman and army officer; Confederate Wars (1641-53)
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The political works of George Ridpath, 1699-1706. Wiles, Chris
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1699–1706
     Index terms: Ridpath, George (d. 1726), journalist and pamphleteer
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The politics and ideology of local authority health care in Sheffield, 1918-48. Willis, Timothy J.
     Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1948
     Index terms: Sheffield; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 20th Century

The politics of economic policy-making under Harold Wilson and James Callaghan and the 1976 I.M.F. crisis. Rogers, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1976–1976
     Index terms: Callaghan, Leonard James (Jim), Baron Callaghan of Cardiff (1912-2005), prime minister; International Monetary Fund; Wilson, (James) Harold, Baron Wilson of Rievaulx (1916-95), prime minister
     Categories: 20th Century

The politics of foreign policy: Lord Derby and the Eastern Crisis, 1875-8. Grosvenor, B.G.R.
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1878
     Index terms: Foreign policy; Stanley, Edward Henry, 15th earl of Derby (1826-93), politician
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The politics of the rope: the campaign to abolish capital punishment in Britain, 1955-69. Twitchell, Neville H.
     Ph.D., London Metropolitan.
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1969
     Index terms: Capital punishment
     Categories: 20th Century

The private amusements of the aristocracy in 18th-century London. Doderer-Winkler, Melanie
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Llewellyn, Nigel G.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Aristocracy, in London; London
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The promotion and pursuit of health, 1780-1880. Davies, Timothy
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Sweet, Rosemary H.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1880
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Protestant Orphan Society, Dublin, 1828-1928. Cooper, June E.
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by McLoughlin, Dympna
     Chronological coverage: 1828–1928
     Index terms: Ireland; Dublin; Protestant Orphan Society, Ireland; Children, in Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

The public and private institutionalisation of the insane in late 19th-century Surrey: Brookwood Asylum and Holloway Sanitorium. Shepherd, Anne C.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Holloway Sanitorium, Surr.; Brookwood Asylum, Surr.; Mental health, Mental healthcare
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The public sphere and regional identity in Manchester during the reign of George III. Smith, Alexander H.
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1751–1820
     Index terms: George III (1738-1820), king; Manchester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The 'Queen's party': Henrietta Maria's court circle, 1625-42. Dobbie, Michelle A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1642
     Index terms: Court politics; Henrietta Maria (1609–69), queen; Queenship
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The reception of John Locke's religious and political thought, 1690-1710. Pahlan, Homyar
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1710
     Index terms: Locke, John (1632–1704), philosopher
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The regulation of drunkenness in 19th-century Liverpool. Beckingham, David J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Liverpool; Alcohol; Drunkenness
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The response in Sussex to the Jacobite rebellion of 1745-6. Kellett, Edward
     M.A., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1745–1746
     Index terms: Jacobite rebellion (1745-6); Sussex
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The rise of a medical specialty: the medicalisation of elite equine care, c.1680-c.1800. Mackay, Michael
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Jenner, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1800
     Index terms: Horses, medical treatment of; Animals, medical treatment of
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The rise of the professional gardener in 19th-century Devon: a social and economic history. Greener, Rosemary
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Gardens, Gardening, professional; Devon
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The rise of the scientific soldier as seen through the performance of the Corps of Royal Engineers during the early 19th century. Thompson, M.S.
     Ph.D., Sunderland.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: Corps of Royal Engineers; Army; Soldiers; Engineers, Royal
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The role of the Cawdor estate and family in Carmarthenshire during the 19th century. Davies, John E.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Howell, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Carmarthenshire; Cawdor estate, Wales; Wales
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Royal Air Force, combined operations and the raid on Dieppe, 19 August 1942. Mahoney, Ross
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Sheffield, Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1942
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); France; R.A.F., see Royal Air Force; Royal Air Force; Dieppe, France
     Categories: 20th Century

The spiritual, social and emotional significance of death and dying in Yorkshire, c.1840-c.1914. Frisby, Helen
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Theol. & Relig. Stud.). Supervised by McIntosh, Esther; Mellor, Philip A.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1919
     Index terms: Death, in Yorkshire; Yorkshire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

'The starry rubric set': functions of 17th-century English astrology. Cummins, Alexander
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Anthony D.; Hallett, Raphael J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Astrology
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The stories most of all': a content analysis of bestselling children's books in Britain, 1964-2004. Doyle, Sophie
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Franzosi, Roberto; Jackson, Michelle
     Chronological coverage: 1964–2000
     Index terms: Literature, children's; Children
     Categories: 20th Century

The tensions and conflict caused by the changes and continuity of local rural subsistence customary rights, in diverse regional landscapes, 1840-1914. Young, Tracey
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.). Supervised by Davies, Owen
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1914
     Index terms: Customary rights, local
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Victorian sublime': nationality and aesthetics in British culture. Mitchard, Miles H.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1897
     Index terms: Aesthetics; Nationality
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Victualling Board during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Macdonald, Janet
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.; James, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1815
     Index terms: Victualling Board; France; Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815); French Revolutionary Wars (1793-1802)
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

The Wilson Labour governments and Britain's withdrawal from east of Suez, 1964-70. Clarke, David
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Ball, Stuart R.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1970
     Index terms: Wilson, (James) Harold (1916–95), Baron Wilson of Rievaulx, prime minister; Labour party; Suez crisis
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

The wives of the Anglican clergy and their place in society, 1550-1700. Williams-Mitchell, Christobel
     M.Phil., Chichester. (Hist.). Supervised by Morgan, Susan; Foster, Andrew W.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1700
     Index terms: Anglicans, Anglicanism; Clergy, Anglican; Women
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

The women's liberation movement in Scotland, 1967-9. Browne, Sarah
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Brown, Callum
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1979
     Index terms: Feminism, in Scotland; Women's liberation, in Scotland; Women, in Scotland; Scotland
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

The work of the military service tribunals in Northamptonshire, 1916-18. McDermott, James
     Ph.D., Northampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Sokoloff, Sally; Beckett, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1918
     Index terms: Military service tribunals, in Northamptonshire; Northamptonshire; World War I (1914-18); Conscription, in World War I; Army
     Categories: 20th Century

The worlds of Arthur Hildersham, 1563-1632. Rowe, Lesley
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Marshall, Peter; Capp, Bernard
     Chronological coverage: 1583–1632
     Index terms: Hildersham, Arthur (1563–1632), Church of England clergyman; Church, from 16th cent.
     Categories: 16th-17th Century

Trade union activity in the tinplate, nickel and coal industries in the Swansea Valley, 'c'.1870-1926. Minister, Darren
     M.Phil., Swansea. (Hist.). Supervised by Williams, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1926
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Traditional farm buildings, 1770-1840: a study of the farm steadings on two Galloway estates. Burgess, Alison
     M.Phil., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1840
     Index terms: Farms, Farming, in Scotland; Scotland; Galloway, Scotland
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Training preparations and combat experience of the British Army during the Korean War, 1950-3. Goulty, James H.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Gooch, John
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1953
     Index terms: Korean War (1950-3); Army
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 20th Century

Transition of the Poor Laws in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, c.1825-37. Flint, Judith
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Richardson, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1837
     Index terms: Melton Mowbray, Leics.; Welfare; Poor Law; Leicestershire
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Transplantation to Connacht, 1641-80: theory and practice. Cunningham, John
     Ph.D., Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Canny, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1641–1680
     Index terms: Connacht; Transplantation, in Ireland; Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 16th-17th Century

‘Under the banners of death’: iconoclasm, iconophobia and the scopic vocabularies of English popular politics, 1789-1821. Connolly, Stephen
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Barker, Hannah
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1821
     Index terms: Popular politics; Iconophobia; Iconoclasm
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Urban ritual and middle-class cultures in Leicester, 1870-1940. Begley, Siobhan
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Kidambi, Prashant
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1940
     Index terms: Middle classes; Ritual, urban; Class, social; Leicester
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Venereal disease in the military in Britain through conflict and reconstruction, 1939-50. Harris, Andrea
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Winchester: Hist.). Supervised by Lawson, Tom; Haydon, Colin; Aldous, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1950
     Index terms: Health, Healthcare, military; Army; Venereal disease, in the military; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

Views from the ivory tower: 19th-century responses to the late antique and Byzantine ivories within the Liverpool ivory collection. Rufus-Ward, Helen C.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Clarke, Meaghan E.; James, Elizabeth A.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Museums; Ivory, Byzantine; Liverpool Museum; Byzantium
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Violence and political factionalism and their effects on North Louth, 1874-1943. Hall, Donal
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Maguire, Martin; Speller, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1943
     Index terms: Ireland; Louth, Ireland; Violence, in Ireland
     Categories: Political history; 18th-19th Century

Voices beyond the asylum: a post-war history of mental health services in Manchester and Salford. Harrington, Val
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Pickstone, John V.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Mental health, Mental healthcare, in Salford; Salford; Manchester; Asylums; Mental health, Mental healthcare, in Manchester
     Categories: 20th Century

'Wanton and torturing punishments': patterns of discipline and punishment in the Royal Navy, 1783-1815. Dacam, John H.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Gorski, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1783–1815
     Index terms: Royal Navy; Discipline, in the Royal Navy; Punishment, in the Royal Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

War, naval logistics and the British state: supplying the Baltic fleet, 1808-12. Davey, James
     Ph.D., Greenwich. (Greenwich Maritime Inst.). Supervised by Knight, Roger J.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1812
     Index terms: Naval logistics; Baltic fleet; Royal Navy
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Whitehall, industrial mobilisation and the private manufacture of armaments: British state-industry relations, 1918-36. Packard, Edward; Stevenson, David
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1936
     Index terms: Armaments, manufacture; Industrial mobilisation; Whitehall
     Categories: 20th Century

Wilberforce and his milieux: the worlds of Anglican evangelicalism, c.1780-1830. Atkins, Gareth
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1830
     Index terms: Anglicans, Anglicanism; Wilberforce, William (1759–1833), politician, philanthropist, and slavery abolitionist; Evangelicalism, Anglican
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Winchcombe: the story of an ancient borough in a period of agrarian and industrial change, 1770-1840. White, Robert W.
     M.A., Gloucestershire. (Hum.). Supervised by Robertson, Iain J.M.; Jurica, John
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1840
     Index terms: Gloucestershire; Winchcombe, Glos.
     Categories: 18th-19th Century

Women, letter writing and the life of the mind in England, c.1650-1750. Hannan, Leonie
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Corfield, Penelope J.
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1750
     Index terms: Correspondence, female; Letter-writing, female; Women
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

Women's writing and political activism in the 1930s. Ewins, Kristin
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Cunningham, Valentine
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Women, writers
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; Political history; 20th Century

Women writers on art and perceptions of the female connoisseur, 1780-1860. Palmer, C.E.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1860
     Index terms: Connoisseurship, female; Art; Women writers
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century

Working-class women's diet and pregnancy in the long 19th century: what women ate, why, and its effect on their health and their offspring. Mauriello, Tani A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Humphries, K. Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1914
     Index terms: Pregnancy, see also Obstetrics; Diet, female; Women, working-class; Health, Healthcare
     Categories: Gender and Women; Medicine; 18th-19th Century