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1970

Britain's contribution to détente: the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, 1972-5. Hebel, Kai R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol. ; Int. Rel.). Supervised by Deighton, Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1972–1975

Britain, Turkey and Cyprus, 1950-9. Gates, Christianne D.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1959

British army perception of French support services during the Crimean War, 1853-6. Dawson, Anthony L.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Spiers, Edward M.
     Chronological coverage: 1853–1856

Children under Allied bombs, France 1940-5. Dodd, Lindsey
     Ph.D., Reading. (French Stud.). Supervised by Parsons, Martin; Knapp, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945

Collecting and social status: Venetian presence in Genoese collections of the golden century, 1523-1656/7. Pittaluga, Michela
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Hills, Paul; McTighe, Sheila
     Chronological coverage: 1528–1657

Edition and study of Teive's Epithalamium: the Epodon libri tres (1565) and neo-Latin literature in Counter-Reformation Portugal. Fouto, Catarina
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. ; Mod. Lang. ; Lit.). Supervised by Earle, T.F.
     Chronological coverage: 1565–1600

Encountering Germany: northern France and the experience of occupation during the First World War. Connolly, James
     Ph.D., King's College London. (Hist.). Supervised by Vinen, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

German print media coverage in the Bosnia and Kosovo wars of the 1990s. Wunsch, Margit
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Rodriguez-Salgado, Maria-José
     Chronological coverage: 1992–2000

Grey wolves and wild boar: a comparative species history in Liguria, 1500-2012. Hearn, Robert A.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Watkins, Charles; Balzaretti, Ross
     Chronological coverage: 1500–2012

Growing up in the Third Reich: representations of childhood under Nazism in post-1990 German culture. Lloyd, Alexandra
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. ; Mod. Lang. ; Lit.). Supervised by Leeder, Karen
     Chronological coverage: 1933–2013

Industrial policy and productivity growth in fascist Italy. Giugliano, Ferdinando
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by A'Hearn, Brian
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1943

La violence et la mauvaise foi: context and rhetoric in Pierre Bayle’s 'Ce que c’est que la France toute catholique'. Browne, Jennifer
     M.Phil., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Jason
     Chronological coverage: 1686–1686

Leeds and Nazi Germany, 1933-8. Thatcher, Ellen
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Whiting, Richard C.; Waddington, Lorna L.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1938

Musical thought and the early German Reformation. Gilday, Patrick E.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Music). Supervised by Rees, Owen
     Chronological coverage: 1517–1540

Orders of eating and eating disorders: food, bodies and anorexia nervosa in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-90. Kerr-Boyle, Neula A.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Fulbrook, Mary; Cooter, Roger
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1990

Spatial dimensions of Soviet repressions in the 1930s: the House of Writers (Kharkiv, Ukraine). Bertelsen, Olga
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Baron, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940

Strategies for celebration: realising the ideal city in London and Paris, 1660-1715. Tierney, Elaine A.
     Ph.D., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Howard, Maurice; Llewellyn, Nigel; McShane, Angela
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1715

The civil war in Karelia, 1918-20. Wright, Alistair
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Swain, Geoff; Baron, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1920

The Dutch involvement in the Williamite War in Ireland, 1689-91. Schillern, Evelien
     Ph.D., University College Dublin (National University of Ireland). (Hist.). Supervised by Downey, Declan
     Chronological coverage: 1689–1691

The eastern crisis, 1875-8, in British and Russian press and society. Phillips, James
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Gaunt, Richard; Badcock, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1875–1878

The European trade in stained glass, with special reference to the trade between the Rhineland and the United Kingdom, 1794-1835. Martin, Peter L.
     M.Phil., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Brown, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1794–1835

The experiences of women in Vienna, 1944-8. Steele, Helen
     Ph.D., Swansea. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1948

The media representation of the crime of witchcraft in early modern Germany: an examination of non-periodical news-sheets and pamphlets, 1533-1669. Warfield, Abaigéal
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lederer, David
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

The Red Army and the Terror. Whitewood, Peter J.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Harris, James R.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1938

The verse epistle in the reigns of Louis XII and François I, 1498-1547. Donadoni, Eugenio M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. ; Mod. Lang. ; Lit.). Supervised by Cooper, R.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1498–1547

1974

Women in German society, 1930-40. Stephenson, A. Jill R.
     Ph. D., Edinburgh. Supervised by Kiernan, V.G.; Robertson, E.M.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

1976

Anglo-French trade, 1540-1640. Nicolle, Hilary A.
     Ph. D., London. Supervised by Fisher, F.J.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 16th Century; 17th Century

The effects of the First World War on the social condition of women in France. McMillan, J.F.
     D. Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Cobb, R.C.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

1977

The participation of women in the revolutionary movement in Russia, 1890-1914. Knight, Amy W.
     Ph. D., London. Supervised by Schapiro, L.B.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Political history; Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

1980

Women artists in 19th-century France and England: their art, education, exhibition opportunities and membership of exhibiting societies and academies, with an assessment of the subject-matter of their work and summary biographies. Yeldham, Charlotte E.
     Ph. D., London. Supervised by Bowness, A.
     Categories: Education; Gender and Women; Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

1981

Collectivization and the development of `socialist wage labour' in Hungarian agriculture, 1946-77. Swain, N.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge . Supervised by Lane, D.S.
     Categories: 20th Century

Continuity and change in Austrian socialism: the eternal quest for the third way. Sully, Melanie A.
     Ph.D., Keele . Supervised by Field, F.
     Categories: 20th Century

French socialism and women textile workers, 1880-1914: a regional study Lille, Roubaix, Tourcoing). Hilden, Patricia J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge . Supervised by Judt, T.R.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 19th Century; 20th Century

Patrons and collectors of J.F. Millet between 1845 and 1875. Parsons, C.J.
     M.Litt., Oxford. Supervised by Haskell, F.J.H.
     Categories: 19th Century

1982

Inflation and economic policy in a small open economy: Iceland in the post-war period. Stefansson, S.B.
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Categories: 20th Century

1983

Bohumir Smeral: the Czechoslovak road to socialism and the origin of the Czechoslovak Communist party, 1917-21. Wheaton, B.F.
     D.Phil., Sussex . Supervised by Kavan, Z.
     Categories: 20th Century

British Evangelical missions to Sweden in the first half of the 19th century. Bini, Elizabeth C.D.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. Supervised by Cameron, J.K.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

Finland's relations with the Soviet Union, 1944-82: neutrality adjusted to security. Allison, R.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford . Supervised by Roberts, E.A.
     Categories: 20th Century

Great Britain and the Bulgarian question, 1879-86. Anderton, N.J.
     M.A, Belfast.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

The ideology of Lusitanian integralism: Saudade, Sebastianism and ideology in Portuguese politics, 1914-33. Cardoso, M.V.E.
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Categories: 20th Century

The role of Britain and France in the finance of Portuguese railways, 1850-90: a comparative study in speculation, corruption and inefficiency. Lopes-Vieira, A.P.
     Ph.D., Leicester . Supervised by Cottrell, P.L.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

The status of women in the Weimar Republic. Boak, Helen L.
     Ph.D., Manchester . Supervised by Kershaw, I.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 19th Century; 20th Century

1984

Class, estate and status in Czechoslovakia, 1918-38. Smales, Margaret B.
     Ph.D., Open University . Supervised by Marwick, A.J.B.
     Categories: 20th Century

Ethnocentrism, beliefs and stereotypes: a study of Polish-Jewish relations in the early 20th century. Bartoszewski, W.T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Humphrey, Caroline
     Categories: 20th Century

Joseph Andrew Blackwell 1798-1886): his view of Hungary and his diplomatic missions. Kabdebo, T.G.
     Ph.D., Manchester . Supervised by Pullan, B.S.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

The effects of post-war inflation on industrial development in Hungary, 1918-27. Boross, Elizabeth A.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. Supervised by Teichova, Alice
     Categories: 20th Century

The Polish Workers' Party and the opposition to Communist power in Poland, 1944-7. Reynolds, J.C.J.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Schopflin, G.
     Categories: 20th Century

1985

Debates and schisms in the Czech Social Democratic and Red trade unions and their relations with the Communist party of Czechoslovakia, 1918-29. McDermott, K.F.
     Ph.D., Leeds . Supervised by Morison, J.D.
     Categories: 20th Century

Knowledge of, and ideas on, the Ottoman empire in western Europe and Britain in the 16th and 17th centuries, with special reference to Thomas Smith and his friends. Pippidi, A.-N.
     D.Phil. , Oxford . Supervised by Trevor-Roper, H.R.
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; Britain and Ireland; 16th Century; 17th Century

The apogee and decline of British hegemony in Portugal, 1807-20. Silva, D.O.
     Ph.D., Southampton . Supervised by Colson, R.F.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

The British naval mission in Serbia, 1914-16, with special reference to the work of Rear-Admiral E.C.T. Troubridge. Fryer, C.E.J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

1986

British attitudes to the Czechoslovak state, 1914-38. Callcott, W.R.
     Ph.D., Newcastle. Supervised by Salmon, P.J.K.; Cannon, J.A.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

British policy towards occupied Austria, 1945-50. Knight, R.G.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Watt, D.C.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

The English merchants and Portugal, 1650-90: Consul Thomas Maynard. Shaw, L. Maureen E.
     Ph.D., London. Supervised by Gibbs, G.C.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 17th Century

The oldest ally: Britain and the Portuguese connection, 1936-41. Stone, G.A.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Robertson, E.M.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Who's in power? A comparative study of energy policy in Britain and Denmark, 1950-80. Andersen, T.
     Ph.D., Council for National Academic Awards. ((Oxford Polytechnic))
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

1987

Educating for passivity: a study of Portuguese education, 1926-68. Simoes, Joao M.F. Sanches
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Welton, J.
     Categories: 20th Century

Neutrality and foreign policy in Austria since 1955. Morrow, D.J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh . Supervised by McAllister, R.A.; Anderson, Malcolm
     Categories: 20th Century

Political obstacles to economic reform in Poland: the reforms in 1956 and 1973. Tromer, Cecylia E.
     M.Litt., Oxford . Supervised by Kindersley, R.K.
     Categories: 20th Century

Roman Catholic church-state relations in Poland, 1944-83. Szajkowski, B.
     Ph.D., Wales (Cardiff).
     Categories: 20th Century

The failure of centralism: the centralist system and political relations in Yugoslavia, 1918-39, with special reference to the period 1934-9. Hepburn, P.A.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Polonsky, A.B.
     Categories: 20th Century

The social and political transformation of Lower Silesia, 1943-8. Siebel- Achenbach, S.
     D.Phil., Oxford . Supervised by Nicholls, A.J.
     Categories: 20th Century

1988

British official and press opinion on Serbian politics, 1878-1903. Bates, I.M.
     M.A , Leeds . Supervised by Bridge, F.R.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

Croatian nationalism and Yugoslaslav unity: the policies of the Communist party of Yugoslavia towards the Croatian national question, 1919-53. Djilas, A.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Gellner, E.
     Categories: 20th Century

Othmar Schoeck 1886-1957): a biography. Walton, C.R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Warrack, J.; Puffett, D.R.
     Categories: 20th Century

Polish Communist foreign policy, 1918-48: internationalism and the national interest. Bogacki, A.C.J.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Categories: 20th Century

The adoption and diffusion of Christianity amongst the Khumi-Chin people of the Upper Kaladan river area of Arakan, N.W. Burma, 1900-66, with a summary of events up to 1988. Nason, A.M.
     M.A., Warwick.
     Categories: 20th Century

The evolution of agricultural policies in Hungary, 1919-56: a study in collectivization. Szabo, B.J.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Categories: 20th Century

The undermining of Austria-Hungary: the Allied propaganda campaign of 1918 against the Austro-Hungarian army on the Italian front. Cornwall, J.M.
     Ph.D., Leeds. Supervised by Pronay, N.; Bridge, F.R.
     Categories: 20th Century

1989

Finland's search for security through defence: defence policy in the stabilization of Finland's international position, 1944-67. Penttila, R.E.J.
     D.Phil., Oxford . Supervised by Allison, R.A.
     Categories: 20th Century

Great Britain and Iceland, 1800-20. Agnarsdottir, Anna
     Ph.D., London. Supervised by McKay, D.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

Industrial policy in Iceland, 1944-74: political conflicts and sectoral interests. Gunnarsson, G.A.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Dunleavy, P.J.
     Categories: 20th Century

The Austrian working class under National Socialist rule: industrial unrest and political dissent in the `People's Community'. Kirk, T.B.
     Ph.D., Manchester . Supervised by Kershaw, I.
     Categories: 20th Century

The quest for institutional welfare and the problem of the residuum: the case of income maintenance and personal social care policies in Norway and Britain, 1946-66. Lodemel, I.
     Ph.D., London . Supervised by Pinker, R.A.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

The Rexist movement of Belgium, 1940-4. Conway, M.H.
     D.Phil., Oxford . Supervised by Cobb, R.C.
     Categories: 20th Century

The Runciman mission to Czechoslovakia, 1938. Palmer, Karen M.
     Ph.D., Belfast . Supervised by Blair, P.E.
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

The Social Democratic movement in Steyr, Austria, 1927-34. Jeffery, C.
     Ph.D., Loughborough.
     Categories: 20th Century

1990

The unwilling odyssey and exile of Jozef S., a Polish citizen, 1939-89. Demunck, M.-F.
     M.Phil., Bradford.
     Categories: 20th Century

The Ustasa movement and European politics, 1929-45. Trifkovic, Srdjan
     Ph.D., Southampton . Supervised by Pavlowitch, St.K.
     Categories: 20th Century

Village politics and electoral behaviour in rural France: a study of the Corbieres and the Plaine du Roussillon, 1848-1914. Willson, P.L.D.
     Ph.D., Manchester . Supervised by Forrest, A.I.
     Categories: 19th Century

1991

Centre and provinces in Poland, 1944-89. Suraszka, Wieslawa
     M.Litt., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by Pelczynski, Z.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1989
     Categories: 20th Century

European Community policy on the position of women and its effects upon the member states, 1958-81. Neilson, June
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Rel.). Supervised by Taylor, P.G.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1981
     Categories: Gender and Women; Political history; 20th Century

Everyday life in the Biedermeier period: a case study of Piestingtal. Stein, Rosemary E.
     M.Phil. (Ext.), London. (Ext.)
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1835
     Categories: 19th Century

Ideological control of Polish press and literature, 1944-82. Zajaczkowski-Gotin, A.
     M.Phil., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1982
     Index terms: Press, in Poland; Literature, in Poland; Poland
     Categories: 20th Century

Pavao Ritter Vitezovic: defining national identity in the Baroque age. Simpson, Catherine A.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Bracewell, C. Wendy
     Chronological coverage: 1672–1713
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Croatia; Vitezovic, Pavao Ritter (1652-1713); Croatia
     Categories: 17th Century

`Soeurs de pinceaux': the formation of a separate women's art world in Paris, 1881-97. Garb, Tamar
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Pollock, Griselda; House, J.P.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1897
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 19th Century; 20th Century

Women's political and civil rights in France, 1918-40. Smith, Paul E.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, R.N.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1940
     Index terms: Civil rights, in France; Women; France; Political rights, in France
     Categories: Gender and Women; Political history; Social history; 20th Century

1992

`Finis Finlandiae': Russification in Finland, 1898-1911, in the light of Austrian and British reports. Downer, Mark H.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Bridge, F.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1911
     Index terms: Nicholas II (1868-1918),tsar of Russia; Russia, and Finland; Finland, and Russia
     Categories: 20th Century

How Bulgaria was lost: relations between Great Britain and Bulgaria, 1938-41. Schofield, Paul D.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Bridge, F.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1941
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Bulgaria; Bulgaria, and Britain
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Images of the human body in early modern Portugal. Bellini, Ligia
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Jordanova, Ludmilla J.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Human body, images of, in Portugal; Portugal
     Categories: 16th Century; 17th Century

Restoring the Reformation: British Evangelicalism and the `Reveil' at Geneva, 1816-49. Stewart, Kenneth J.J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Div.)
     Chronological coverage: 1816–1849
     Index terms: Evangelicals, Evangelicalism; Switzerland; Geneva
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

The collapse of Stalinist rule in Poland: the Polish United Workers' party from the XX C.P.S.U. congress to the VIII K.C. P.Z.P.R. plenum, Feb.-Oct. 1956. Gluchowski, Leszek W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. and Pol.). Supervised by Barber, J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1956
     Index terms: Poland; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Poland; Polish United Workers' party
     Categories: 20th Century

The state and the Icelandic economy, 1870-1930. Jonsson, Gudmundur
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Milward, A.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1930
     Index terms: Iceland
     Categories: 19th Century; 20th Century

Women's experience during and after World War II in the Toulouse area: constraints and choices. Diamond, Hanna E.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Stevens, Anne F.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1948
     Index terms: Toulouse, France; Women, in France; World War II (1939-45); France
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 20th Century

1993

Polish anti-Semitism, 1918 to the present. Schulz, Derek
     M.A., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rees, T.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1945
     Index terms: Poland; Anti-Semitism, in Poland; Jews, in Poland
     Categories: 20th Century

The involvement of the English Crown and its embassy in Constantinople with pretenders to the throne of the principality of Moldavia, 1583-1620, with special reference to Stefan Bogdan, between 1590 and 1612. Coulter, Laura J.F.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Deletant, D.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1583–1620
     Index terms: Moldavia; Stefan Bogdan, (fl.1590-1612); Constantinople; Romania
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 16th Century; 17th Century

The Stanhopes in Geneva: an English noble family in Genevan politics and society, 1767-74. Bennett, Angela C.
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Church, C.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1767–1774
     Index terms: Stanhope family; Geneva, Switzerland
     Categories: 18th Century

Women, pensions and social dependency in Britain and Hungary, 1945-90. Maltby, T.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Pensions; Hungary; Women; Women, in Hungary; Pensions, in Hungary
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

1994

The Nicodemites in Arth, Switzerland, 1530-1698. Furner, Mark
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Cohn, H.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1698
     Index terms: Switzerland; Arth, Switzerland; Nicodemites
     Categories: 16th Century; 17th Century

The organization and administration of the West German Foreign Office during its first decade, 1951-60. Muller, Claus M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1960
     Index terms: West Germany, see Federal German Republic; Federal German Republic; Foreign Office, West German

The re-education of the adult population of Württemberg-Baden, 1945-9. Welsh-Rush, Margaret M.
     D.Phil., Ulster.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Education, adult, in Germany; Germany; Württemberg-Baden, Germany

The Russian court chapel, 1796-1917. Ritchie, Carolyn C.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1796–1917
     Index terms: Choirs, Russian; St. Petersburg; Russia; Music, Musicians; Court, Russian

1995

A study of four castles in the island of Kos under Hospitaller rule, 14th century to 1522. Kontogiannis, Nicholas D.
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Anc. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1300–1522
     Index terms: Castles, in Kos; Hospitallers; Kos

Diplomacy and Anglo-Spanish political relations during the Thirty Years' War, 1618-48. Sanz Camañes, Porfirio
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Hispanic Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1618–1648
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy; Thirty Years' War (1618-48); England, and Spain; Spain, and England; Foreign relations, with Spain

Inflation in the reconstruction of Poland, 1918-27. Von Thadden, Goetz H.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Milward, A.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1927
     Index terms: Inflation, in Poland; Poland
     Categories: 20th Century

Law without justice: judicial resistance in the Third Reich. Florida-James, Mark
     M.Phil., Wales. (Aberystwyth)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Germany; Judiciary, in Germany; Third Reich

The implementation of the Tanzimat reforms in Cyprus, 1839-78: an assessment of the Greek and Ottoman evidence from local sources. Dionyssiou, George A.
     M.Litt., Birmingham. (Byz. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1839–1878
     Index terms: Tanzimat reforms, in the Ottoman empire; Ottoman empire; Cyprus

The Sousa Coutinho family and the influence of Portugal on British policy, 1808-12. April, Brian R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, T.C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1812
     Index terms: Sousa Coutinho family; Portugal
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

Women and Catholicism in provincial France, c.1800-c.1850: Franche-Comté in national context. Mills, Hazel M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lucas, C.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Index terms: France; Women, in France; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church, in France; Franche-Comté
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Gender and Women; Social history; 19th Century

Women and crime in S.W. Germany, 1500-1700. Rublack, Ulinka C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Scribner, R.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Crime, in Germany; Women, in Germany; Germany
     Categories: Gender and Women; Legal history; 16th-17th Century

Women, gender and power in Rothenburg ob der Tauber and its rural environs, 1500-c.1618. Rowlands, Alison
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Scribner, R.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1618
     Index terms: Germany; Women, in Germany; Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany; Gender, in Germany
     Categories: Gender and Women; Social history; 16th-17th Century

1996

Anglo-Dutch relations in the age of imperialism: three case studies focusing on Dutch perceptions of the Anglo-Dutch relationship. Mead, Yvette M.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Mod. Dutch Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914
     Index terms: Netherlands, and Britain; Foreign relations, with the Netherlands; Imperialism, see also Empire

Anglo-French political and cultural relations during the reign of Henry VIII. Richardson, Glenn J.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Starkey, David R.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1547
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France, and England; Culture; Culture, in France and England
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 16th Century

British technologies and Polish economic development, 1815-63. Niziol, Simon M.M.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Milward, Alan S.
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1863
     Index terms: Economic development, in Poland; Poland; Technology
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 19th Century

Christiaan Huygens: a foreign inventor in the court of Louis XIV - his role as a forerunner of mechanical engineering. Marconell, M. Helena
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Hackmann, W.; Goodman, David C.
     Chronological coverage: 1666–1681
     Index terms: Inventors, Inventing; Court; France; Louis XIV (1638-1715), king of France; Mechanical engineering; Huygens, Christiaan (1629-95)

Freemasonry in France during the Nazi occupation and its rehabilitation after the end of the Second World War. Doney, Keith
     Ph.D., Aston.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1950
     Index terms: National Socialist party, National Socialism, in Germany; France; World War II (1939-45); Freemasons, Freemasonry; Nazi party, see National Socialist party; Germany

From Kulturnation to Staatsnation: the transformation of Austrian national identity since the Second World War. Spät, Martin O.
     M.Litt., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by Pulzer, Peter G.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1995
     Index terms: Austria
     Categories: 20th Century

Harold MacMillan and the origins of the 1961 British E.E.C. application. Deavin, Mark K.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Sked, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1963
     Index terms: Stockton, Lord, see MacMillan, Harold; E.E.C.; MacMillan, Harold (1894-1986), Lord Stockton, prime minister; European Economic Community

Kasimierz Kelles-Krauz (1872-1905): a political and intellectual biography. Snyder, Timothy D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Garton-Ash, Timothy J.; Jedlicki, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1905
     Index terms: Socialists, Socialism, in Poland; Poland; Kelles-Krauz, Kasimierz (1872-1905)

Monarchy and diplomacy in Europe, 1900-10. McLean, R.R.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1910
     Index terms: Diplomacy, in Europe; Monarchy, in Europe

Public policy and unemployment in France, 1920-38. Syme, Robert A.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1938
     Index terms: Unemployment, in France; France

Rural artists' colonies in 19th-century Europe. Lübbren, Nina
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Fine Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Artists, in Europe

Some aspects of the editorial policy of L'Avenir from 16 October to 15 November 1831. Pope, David M.
     M.Phil., Aston.
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1831
     Index terms: L'Avenir; France; Press, newspaper, in France

Soviet women workers and protective labour legislation, 1917-41. Ilic, Melanie J.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Rees, E. Arfon
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1941
     Index terms: Workers, in the U.S.S.R.; Women, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Labour legislation, in the U.S.S.R.
     Categories: Gender and Women; Legal history; Social history; 20th Century

The artistic patronage of the cardinals of Pope Pius II (1548-64). Richardson, Carol M.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1548–1564
     Index terms: Cardinals; Pius II (1405-64), pope; Patronage, artistic, in Italy; Italy

The development of constitutionalism in Poland. Brzezinski, Mark
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Whitefield, S.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1992
     Index terms: Constitutionalism, in Poland; Poland

The military campaigns of the Axis against Greece: Greece observed, 1940-1. Ilias-Tembos, Evangelos
     D.Phil., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1941
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Axis powers; Greece

The politics of popular initiative: the radical right in inter-war Estonia. Kasekamp, Andres
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Kirby, David G.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Right-wing movements, in Estonia; Radicals, in Estonia; Estonia
     Categories: 20th Century

'To return to Poland or not to return': the dilemma facing the Polish armed forces at the end of the Second World War. Ostrowski, Mark
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Davies, I. Norman R.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1947
     Index terms: Armed forces, Polish; Poland; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

Towards an individual voice: women writers in England and France, 1520-1690. Batchelor, Jane
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Centre for British and Comparative Cultural Studies). Supervised by Bassnett, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1690
     Index terms: Writers; France; Women, in France; Women; Writers, in France
     Categories: Gender and Women; Intellectual history; 16th-17th Century

1997

An analysis of the inability of the Provisional Government to prevent the Bolshevik seizure of power and the failure of Kerensky's coalition politics in 1917. Badcock, Sarah
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1917
     Index terms: Bolsheviks; Russian Revolution (1917); Russia; Kerensky, Alexander (1881-1970)

An evaluation of the evolution of the Greek national strategy, from 1823 to the present day. Papadakis, Spyridon
     M.Phil., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1823–1997
     Index terms: Greece

An intellectual biography of C.G. Jung. Shamdasani, Sonu
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Bynum, William F.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1961
     Index terms: Psychiatrists, Psychiatry; Jung, Carl Gustav (1875-1961)
     Categories: 20th Century

Britain and the Belgian exiles, 1940-5. Allen, Robert W.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Burk, Kathleen
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Belgium
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Danish naval administration and shipbuilding in the reign of Christian IV, 1596-1648. Bellamy, Martin
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1596–1648
     Index terms: Shipbuilding, in Denmark; Navy, Danish; Denmark; Christian IV (1577-1648), king of Denmark

Dispute settlement and the law in three provincial towns in France, England and Holland [Caen, Ipswich and Maastricht], 1890-1914: a cross-national comparison. Mellaerts, Wim
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Searle, Geoffrey R.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Index terms: Netherlands; Holland; France; Towns, in England, France and Holland; Dispute settlement, in England, France and Holland; Law, criminal, in England, France and Holland; Caen, France; Ipswich, Suff.; Maastricht, Netherlands - INDEX SEPARATELY

Factional politics at the court of Philip IV after the fall of Olivares. Johnson, Vanessa G.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1643–1665
     Index terms: Philip IV (1605-65), king of Spain and Portugal; Olivares, Gaspar de Guzmán, count of (1587-1645), duke of San Lúcar, Spanish prime minister; Spain; Courts, royal and noble, of Spain

Resistance and political change in S.W. France: a case study of Vienne, Charente, Haute Vienne and Dordogne. Meaney, Mary C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by Goodey, D.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1947
     Index terms: Vienne, France; Resistance, in France; Charente, France; France; World War II (1939-45); Haute Vienne, France; Dordogne, France

The debate on Austrian national identity in the First Republic, 1918-38. Peniston-Bird, Corinna M.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by De Groot, Gerard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1938
     Index terms: National identity, in Austria; Austria
     Categories: 20th Century

The examination of Ukrainian Protestant/Baptist church history, with particular reference to its origin and development until 1939. Dolyna, O.
     M.Phil., Wales.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1939
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism, in Ukraine; Baptist church, in Ukraine; Ukraine

The failure of democracy in eastern Europe and the emergence of the Cold War, 1944-8: a Bulgarian case study. Dimitrov, Vesselin T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Figes, Orlando G.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1948
     Index terms: Europe, eastern; Cold War; Bulgaria

The ghettoization of the 'Jewish' community in Budapest during the Second World War. Cole, Timothy J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.). Supervised by Smith, G.E.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Jews, in Hungary; Hungary; Budapest, Hungary; World War II (1939-45)
     Categories: 20th Century

The gold and the black: 19th-century French entrepreneurship and business performance. Boccaletti, Elisa
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Entrepreneurship, in France; France

The origins and symbolism of Nazi ideology. Mackay-Rolfe, Linda
     Ph.D., Strathclyde. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1945
     Index terms: National Socialist party, in Germany; Nazi party, see National Socialist party; Symbols, Symbolism; Germany

The partition of Czechoslovakia. Innes, Abigail J.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Govt.). Supervised by O'Leary, D. Brendan
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1939
     Index terms: Czechoslovakia, partition of

1998

Absolutism in action: Frederick William I and the government of East Prussia, 1709-30. Gothelf, Rodney M.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Scott, Hamish M.
     Chronological coverage: 1709–1730
     Index terms: Frederick William I (1688-1740), king of Prussia; Prussia; Absolutism; Germany

A critical edition of Arnaud Sorbin's Vie de Charles IX (1574). Mosley, Joanne C.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1574–1574
     Index terms: Sorbin, Arnaud (1532-1606), bishop of Nevers; Charles IX (1550-74), king of France; France

British foreign policy and the Ruhr occupation crisis, 1922-4. O'Riordan, formerly Lown, Elspeth Y.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, David
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1924
     Index terms: Ruhr crisis; Foreign policy

Catholic reform in the diocese of Verona: a preliminary survey. Williams, J. Craig
     M.Res., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Wurthmann, William B.
     Chronological coverage: 1545–1600
     Index terms: Reform, Catholic, in Italy; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Verona, Italy

Constructing the south: Sicily, southern Italy and the Mediterranean in British culture, 1773-1926. Arcara, Stefania
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1773–1926
     Index terms: Mediterranean, and Britain; Sicily, and Britain; Italy, and Britain

Crisis and transformation: French opera, politics and the press, 1897-1903. Ross, James M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Music). Supervised by Parker, R.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1897–1903
     Index terms: Press, in France; France; Opera

European socialist parties and trade unions and the Spanish transition from dictatorship to democracy, 1959-77. Ortuno-Anaya, Pilar
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lannon, Frances
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1977
     Index terms: Trade unions, in Europe; Dictatorship, in Spain; Socialists, Socialism, in Europe; Spain; Democracy, in Spain

Friedrich List and Anglo-German trade relations. Schwarz, Barbara
     M.Phil., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Lee, W. Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1841–1846
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Germany; Trade; Germany; List, Friedrich (1789-1846)

Georgios Hermonymos, a 15th-century scribe scholar: an examination of his life, activities and manuscripts. Kalatzi, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (Ext.)
     Chronological coverage: 1450–1508
     Index terms: Manuscripts; Greece; Hermonymos, Georgios; Scribes; Scholars

Hiding in Warsaw: the Jews on the 'Aryan side' in the Polish capital, 1940-5. Paulsson, G. Svante
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Tomaszewski, Jerzy; Pulzer, Peter G.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: Jews, in Poland; Warsaw, Poland; Poland
     Categories: 20th Century

History, politics and national identity in southern and eastern Ukraine. Pirie, Paul S.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Ukraine; Politics, in Ukraine; National identity, in Ukraine

House and household: a study of families and property in the quarter of Santa Croce, Florence during the 15th century. de Courcey-Bayley, Crispin
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1400–1500
     Index terms: Santa Croce, Florence; Family, Families; Households; Houses, Housing; Florence, Italy; Italy

Identity and society in mid 19th-century Greece: the case of Otho's reign. Stratigopoulou, Christine
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1832–1862
     Index terms: Greece; Wittelsbach, Otho I Friedrich Ludwig (1815-67), king of Greece

Industrial workers, socialist industrialization and the state in Hungary, 1948-58. Pittaway, Mark D.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Swain, Nigel J.
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1958
     Index terms: Industrialization, in Hungary; Hungary; Socialists, Socialism

Liberal reformism in Portugal: Oliveira Martins, the movement for a 'new life' and the politics of the constitutional monarchy, 1885-1908. Ramos, Rui M.M.L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by Martins, Herminio Gomez
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1908
     Index terms: Constitutional monarchy, in Portugal; Liberals, Liberalism, in Portugal; Portugal; Oliveira Martins, Joaquim Pedro de (1845-94)

Marriage, gender, family and the Old Believer community, 1760-1850. Korovushkina, Irina
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1850
     Index terms: Old Believer community, in Russia; Marriage, in Russia; Family, in Russia; Gender, in Russia; Women, in Russia; Russia

On the margins: negotiating cultural non-conformity in mid 16th-century ducal Florence. Zanrè, Domenico A.
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1560
     Index terms: Cultural non-conformity, in Italy; Florence, Italy; Non-conformity, cultural, in Italy; Italy

Organizing the labour market: unemployment and policy in Great Britain and France, 1880-1914. Mansfield, Malcolm R.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: France, and Britain; Labour market, in Britain; Labour market, in France; Unemployment, in Britain; Unemployment, in France

Past or present? Writing women's history: the case of women in the Weimar Republic. Christison, Nichola
     M.Res., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Fischer, Conran J.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Weimar Republic; Germany; Women; Historiography
     Categories: Gender and Women; Historiography; 19th Century; 20th Century

Reactions in British and French universities to the Spanish civil war: a comparative history. Brown, Laurence H.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Trythall, J. William D.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Universities, in France; Universities; France; Spain

Scotland, Denmark-Norway and the House of Stuart, 1603-60: a diplomatic and military analysis. Murdoch, Stephen W.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Macinnes, Allan I.; Dukes, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1603–1660
     Index terms: Stuart, House of; Norway; Denmark; Scotland; Diplomacy
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 17th Century

Scots and the Swedish state: diplomacy, military service and ennoblement, 1611-60. Grosjean, Alexia N.L.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Macinnes, Allan I.; Dukes, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1611–1660
     Index terms: Diplmats, Diplomacy; Military service; Sweden, and Scotland; Scotland; Ennoblement

Social distinction and the written word: two provincial case studies, Warwick and Draguignan, 1780-1820. Fowler, Denise
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Steedman, Carolyn K.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1820
     Index terms: Social distinction; Towns
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 18th Century; 19th Century

The Czechoslovak air force in the U.K., 1940-5. Brown, Alan C.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Southampton New Coll.: Culture & Lang.). Supervised by Smith, Adrian A.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Czechoslovakia; Air force, Czechoslovak
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

The German student movement, 1965-9, and its effects on the development of political culture in the Federal Republic, 1970s to early 1980s. Baker, Nicholas P.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1983
     Index terms: Student movement, in Germany; Germany

The Greek nation in British eyes, 1821-64: aspects of a British discourse on nationality, politics, history and Europe. Miliori, Margarita
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Mackridge, Peter A.; Ghosh, Peter R.
     Chronological coverage: 1821–1864
     Index terms: Greece, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Greece; Nationality, in Greece

The Italian economy under Fascism, 1934-43: the rearmament paradox. Ristuccia, Cristiano A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Feinstein, Charles H.
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1943
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism, in Italy; Italy

The king, the Jesuits and the French church, 1594-1615. Nelson, Eric W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Powis, Jonathan K.; Briggs, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1594–1615
     Index terms: Church, in France; Jesuits, in France; France

The minority protection system of the League of Nations in relation to the German minority in Poland, 1920-34. von Frentz, Christian R.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1934
     Index terms: Minorities, protection of, in Poland; Germany, and Poland; League of Nations; Poland, and Germany

The repression and survival of Anabaptism in the Emmental, Switzerland, 1659-1743. Furner, Mark B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Scribner, Robert W.
     Chronological coverage: 1659–1743
     Index terms: Switzerland; Emmental, Switzerland; Persecution, religious, in Switzerland; Anabaptists, Anabaptism, in Switzerland

The role and image of women in the feature films of the Third Reich, 1939-45. Fox, Jo
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Welch, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Third Reich; World War II (1939-45); Germany; Films, German
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

The science of progress: the rise of historical economics and social reform in Germany, 1864-94. Grimmer-Solem, Erik
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.; Offer, Avner
     Chronological coverage: 1864–1894
     Index terms: Historical economics, in Germany; Social reform, in Germany; Germany

The Scottish exile community in the United Provinces, 1660-90. Gardner, Georgina J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Robertson, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1690
     Index terms: United Provinces, and Scotland; Scotland, and the United Provinces; Netherlands

The search for joy in work: rationalisation and cultural crisis in France in the 1930s. Clarke, Jacqueline R.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Kedward, H. Roderick
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Labour, in France; France

The transition to international modernity and the decline of neutrality: the experiences of the small neutral states of Western Europe, 1949-89. MacGinty, Roger H.
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1989
     Index terms: Neutrality, in western Europe; Europe, western

Three phases of post World War II ethnic German migration from the former Soviet Union to Germany. Kleinknecht-Strahle, Ulrike
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Geog.). Supervised by Pallot, Judith
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1995
     Index terms: Migration, German, from the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Germany; Germany, and the U.S.S.R.

Translating Italy for the 18th century: British women novelists, translators and travel writers, 1739-97. Agorni, Mirella
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1739–1797
     Index terms: Travel writers, female; Translators, female; Novelists, female; Women; Italy, and Britain
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; Britain and Ireland; 18th Century

1999

A historical comparative analysis of British and French nuclear weapons proliferation: 1940-7, 1954-60. Loth, Shon W.
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960
     Index terms: Nuclear weapons; France

Amelot de la Houssaye and the scholarship of the saeculum: tacitism, history and prudence in 17th-century France. Soll, Jacob S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Burke, U. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: France; Amelot de la Houssaie, Abraham Nicolas (1634-1706); Scholars, Scholarship

Angela Merici and the company of St. Ursula: gender and spirituality in the 16th century. Mazzonis, Querciolo
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cavallo, Sandra; Roper, Lyndal A.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1540
     Index terms: Gender; Spirituality; Italy; Company of St. Ursula; Merici, Angela (1472-1540), Saint

Anglo-Italian relations, Sept. 1939 - June 1940. Budden, Michael J.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1940
     Index terms: Italy, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Italy; World War II (1939-45)

A sincere well-wisher of Germany: studies in the British perception of the questions of political reform and national unity in the German Confederation, 1830-63. Müller, Frank L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1863
     Index terms: Political reform, in Germany; German Confederation; Germany, and Britain; National unity, in Germany

'A sincere well-wisher of Germany': studies in the British perception of the questions of political reform and national unity in the German Confederation, 1830-63. Müller, Frank L.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1863
     Index terms: German Confederation; Political reform, in Germany; Germany, and Britain; National unity, in Germany

Attrition: its theory and application in German strategy, 1880-1916. Foley, Robert T.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1916
     Index terms: Army, German; Germany

'Basque women and freedom': the gender politics of radical nationalism, 1952-82. Hamilton, Carrie L.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Graham, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1952–1982
     Index terms: Nationalism, Basque; Women, Basque; Basque people; Radicals, Radicalism, in Basque country; Spain; Gender politics, in Basque country
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history; Political history; Gender and Women

Britain and the Greek economic crisis, 1944-7: from liberation to the Truman doctrine. Lykogiannis, Athanasios
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1947
     Index terms: Greece, and Britain; Truman, Harry S. (1884-1972), president of the U.S.A.; Truman doctrine

Britain, Italy and the early Cold War: aspects of British foreign policy towards Italy, 1946-9. Pedaliu, Efstathia E.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1949
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Italy; Italy, and Britain; Cold War

Britain's exploitation of occupied Germany for scientific and technical intelligence on the Soviet Union. Maddrell, John P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Andrew, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Index terms: Intelligence, scientific and technical; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Germany, and Britain

British diplomacy and public opinion, and the Second and Third Partitions of Poland. Wicklum, M. Ellen
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Anderson, Matthew S.
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1795
     Index terms: Public opinion; Diplomacy; Poland; Partition, of Poland

British financial policy towards Greece: from liberation to Truman doctrine. Lykogiannis, Athanasios
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1950
     Index terms: Truman, Harry S. (1884-1972), president of the U.S.A.; Greece, and Britain; Truman doctrine

British policy and strategy towards Norway, 1941-5. Mann, M. Christopher
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1945
     Index terms: Foreign policy; Norway, and Britain

British policy towards Bulgaria, 1918-23. Treanor, Patrick J.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Collins, Leslie J.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1923
     Index terms: Bulgaria, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Bulgaria

Bulgaria and the Cold War, 1944-56. Stankova, Marieta
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Prazmowska, Anita J.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1956
     Index terms: Cold War; Bulgaria

Bulgaria in British foreign policy, 1943-9. Stankova, Marieta
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Prazmowska, Anita J.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1949
     Index terms: Cold War; Bulgaria

Carl Peters and German imperialism, 1856-1918: a political biography. Perras, Arne
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1876–1918
     Index terms: Imperialism, German; Germany; Biography; Peters, Carl (1856-1918)

Critical realism and social change: Spain in the 1930s. Lopez, Jose
     Ph.D., Essex. (Soc.). Supervised by Benton, E.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1939
     Index terms: Spain

Crown, elites and the poor: charity and poor relief in France, 1656-1715. McHugh, Timothy J.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.W. Hist.). Supervised by Mettam, Roger C.
     Chronological coverage: 1656–1715
     Index terms: Charity, in France; France; Poor relief, in France

Culture and politics in Italy, 1945-68. Arna, Halldora
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Archit.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1968
     Index terms: Politics, in Italy; Culture, in Italy; Italy

Czech and Sudeten German exiles in London during World War II and the road to transfer. Raska, Francis
     M.Phil., Dundee. (Hist.). Supervised by Cornwall, J. Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Sudeten Germans; World War II (1939-45); Czech Republic

Dictatorship, information and the limits of power: Hitler and foreign policy decision-making, 1933-9. Shore, Zachary
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Nicholls, Anthony J.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1939
     Index terms: Germany; Foreign policy, of Germany; Dictators, Dictatorship; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945), German dictator

Don Luis de Haro and the political elite of the Spanish monarchy in the mid 17th century. Malcolm, Alistair A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Elliott, John
     Chronological coverage: 1656–1668
     Index terms: Monarchy, in Spain; Haro, Don Luis de (d. 1661); Spain

Ecouen and the patronage of Anne de Montmorency (1493-1567): politics and self-fashioning in the French Renaissance. Weingartner, Tanya
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Massing, Jean Michel
     Chronological coverage: 1513–1567
     Index terms: France; Renaissance, in France; Montmorency, Anne de (1493-1567); Patronage, artistic; Ecouen, France

First attempts to reform the Soviet system: the Malenkov era, 1953-5. Zincone, C.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. & Pol.). Supervised by Haslam, Jonathan G.
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1955
     Index terms: Malenkov, Georgy Maksimilianovich (1902-88); Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

From monsters to toymakers: Germany and the popular media in Britain, 1918-29. Allen, Michael J.
     M.Phil., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Stead, Peter P.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1929
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain; Media

General Sikorski and his government-in-exile, 1939-43: a study of Polish internal émigré politics in wartime. Tendyra, Bernadeta I.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Knox, Macgregor
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1943
     Index terms: World War II (1939-1945); Poland; Sikorski, Wladislaw (1881-1943)

Germany and the attrition strategy, 1870-1916. Foley, Robert T.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1916
     Index terms: Army, German; Germany

Great Britain and Cyprus: the governorship of Field-Marshal Sir John Harding, 1955-7. Simou, Andreas
     M.Phil., Wales. (Lampeter Hist.). Supervised by Eldridge, Colin C.; Finney, Patrick B.
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1957
     Index terms: Harding, John (1896-1989), Baron Harding of Petherton; Cyprus, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Cyprus

Hatred in print: aspects of anti-Protestant polemic in the French wars of religion. Racaut, Luc
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1562–1598
     Index terms: Protestants, Protestantism, in France; France; Calvinists, Calvinism, in France

Health, experts and the politics of knowledge: Britain and Sweden, 1900-40. Niemi, Marjaana
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Econ. & Soc. Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Richard G.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1940
     Index terms: Public health, Public healthcare; Sweden

Historicizing the urban nation: discussions about the role of the urban world in the history of imperial Germany, c.1870-c.1900. Bohn, Maike
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by John, Michael F.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: Urban world, in Germany; Germany

History of Methodism in Gibraltar. Jackson, Susan
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1990
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism; Gibraltar

Images of community in French and British post-war cinema during the 1940s. Butler, Margaret
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Crossick, Geoffrey J.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1950
     Index terms: Community, images of; Cinema; France

Imperial institutions and local communities: Ottoman Karaferye, 1758-74. Anastasopoulos, Antonios
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Or. Stud.). Supervised by Kunt, Ibraham M.
     Chronological coverage: 1758–1774
     Index terms: Greece; Karaferye, see Véroia; Ottoman empire; Véroia, Greece

'La citoyenne bien renseignée': women, the newspaper press and urban literary culture in Paris, Rennes and Lyon, 1780-1800,. Rowan, Victoria
     Ph.D., Warwick. (History). Supervised by Lewis, Gwynne
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Lyon, France; Women, in France; Rennes, France; Press, newspaper, in France; Paris; Literary culture, in France; France
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Intellectual history; Gender and Women

Lenin's perestroika: the role of state control on the factory shop floor. Pospielovsky, Andrew
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Service, Robert J.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1924
     Index terms: Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich (1870-1924); Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; State control, in the U.S.S.R.; Factories, in the U.S.S.R.; Industry, in the U.S.S.R.

Marcel Broodthaers: strategy and dialogue. Schultz, Deborah
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Kemp, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1976
     Index terms: Broodthaers, Marcel (1924-76); Belgium

Marketing the French: the reception of French paintings in Britain, 1840-62. Bonollo, Michelle L.
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by House, John P.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1862
     Index terms: Painters, Painting, in France; France

Money and politics: European monetary unification and the international gold standard, 1865-73. Einaudi, Luca
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Rothschild, Emma
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1873
     Index terms: Gold standard; Monetary unification, in Europe

Mozart and the Artaria publishing house: studies in the inventory ledgers, 1784-93. Ridgewell, Rupert M.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Chew, Geoffrey A.
     Chronological coverage: 1784–1793
     Index terms: Publishing, music; Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-91); Artaria & Co., publishers, Vienna; Austria

Particularist state-building and the German question: Hanover, Saxony, Württemberg, 1850-66. Green, Abigail F.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Steinberg, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1866
     Index terms: Württemberg, Germany; Hanover, Germany; Saxony, Germany; Germany; State-building, in Germany

Peasant action and village social organization: the peasantry of right-bank Ukraine during the Revolution. Tan, Graham K.L.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by O'Neill, Robert J.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1920
     Index terms: Peasants, in Ukraine; Russian Revolution (1917); Ukraine; Village social organization, in Ukraine

Pierre Laroque and the origins of French social security, 1934-48. Jabbari, Eric
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Jose F.
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1948
     Index terms: France; Laroque, Pierre (1907-97); Social security, in France

Propaganda, morale and flight: the eastern provinces of the German Reich, 1944-5. Noble, Alastair J.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Morison, John D.; Waddington, Geoffrey T.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1945
     Index terms: Third Reich; Germany; Propaganda

Revolutionary women in Russia, 1870-1917: a prosopographical study. Hillyar, Anna
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Southampton New Coll.: Culture & Lang.). Supervised by McDermid, Jane H.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1917
     Index terms: Women, in Russia; Russia; Prosopography
     Categories: 19th Century; 20th Century; Gender and Women; Cultural history

Should they have carried books or swords? An analysis of Venice and her military during the Wars of the League of Cambrai (1509-13). Kelley, Shannon L.
     M.Phil., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Mallett, Michael E.
     Chronological coverage: 1508–1513
     Index terms: Italy; Venice, Italy; Military capacity, Venetian

Simon Goulart: his life and writings. Schlesinger, Joanna
     M.Phil., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Scott, Hamish M.
     Chronological coverage: 1596–1628
     Index terms: Goulart, Simon (1543-1628); Switzerland

Social history of homosexuality in 18th-century France. Padiyar, Satish
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Art). Supervised by Rifkin, Adrian; Weston, Helen D.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: France; Homosexuality, in France

Sovereigns and subjects: the princes of Sedan and dukes of Bouillon in early modern France, c.1450-1652. Hodson, Simon D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Parrott, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1450–1652
     Index terms: France; Bouillon, France, dukes of; Sedan, France, princes of; Subjects; Sovereigns

Studies in the patronage of Giorgio Vasari, 1511-74. Reed, Richard M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Franklin, David G.
     Chronological coverage: 1531–1574
     Index terms: Patronage, artistic; Vasari, Giorgio (1511-74); Italy

Sweden and the Napoleonic Wars. Jorgensen, Christer I.O.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Scand. Stud.). Supervised by Munch-Petersen, Thomas
     Chronological coverage: 1798–1815
     Index terms: Napoleonic Wars; Sweden

The Buriats and the Far Eastern Republic: an aspect of revolutionary Russia, 1920-2. Brennan, Cathryn A.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Dukes, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1922
     Index terms: Russia; Far Eastern Republic; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; see also Russia

The comte de Chambord and the church in France. Guyver, Christopher M.
     M.A., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1883
     Index terms: France; Chambord, Henri (1820-83), comte de; Church, in France

The Council for the Affairs of the Orthodox Church and the organization of religious life in wartime Soviet Russia. Dickinson, Anna
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Rees, E. Arfon
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republicics; World War II (1939-45); Russian Orthodox Church; Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet leader

The Council for the Affairs of the Russian Orthodox Church and the organization of religious life in wartime Soviet Russia. Dickinson, Anna
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Rees, E. Arfon
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Russian Orthodox Church; Union of Soviet Socialist Republicics; Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet leader; World War II (1939-45)

The court of Caterina Cornaro, queen of Cyprus and Asolo, 1454-1510. Ward-Jones, Katherine
     M.A., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1454–1510
     Index terms: Asolo; Cyprus

The development of Soviet music policy, 1932-41. Brooke, Caroline M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1932–1941
     Index terms: Music policy, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

The economic impact of defence expenditure on the United Kingdom and West Germany, 1945-57. Geiger, Till
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Tyson, Robert E.; Payne, Peter L.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1957
     Index terms: Defence expenditure, in Britain; in West Germany; Germany

The Far Eastern Republic and Soviet Russia, 1920-2. Brennan, Cathryn A.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Dukes, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1922
     Index terms: Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; see also Russia; Far Eastern Republic

The gender politics of E.T.A. and radical Basque nationalism, 1959-82. Hamilton, Carrie L.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Graham, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1982
     Index terms: Gender politics, in Basque country; Radicals, Radicalism, in Basque country; Spain; Women, Basque; Nationalism, Basque; Basque people

The Gibraltar Chronicle. Sloma, D.
     M.Phil./Ph.D., Anglia Polytechnic University. (Hist.). Supervised by Shepherd, J.S.; Weigall, David
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1970
     Index terms: Gibraltar Chronicle

The glorification of the Emperor Leopold I (1658-1705) in image, spectacle and text. Goloubeva, Maria E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Burke, U. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1658–1740
     Index terms: Leopold I (1640-1705), Holy Roman emperor; Holy Roman Empire

The Hungarian uprising of 1956 and Soviet foreign policy. Anderson, Teresa K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Haslam, Jonathan G.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1956
     Index terms: Hungarian uprising (1956); Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Hungary

The influence of terrain on the war on the Italian front, 1915-18. Gentsch, James F.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Bond, Brian J.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Italy

The Italian economy under Fascism. Ristuccia, Cristiano A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Feinstein, Charles H.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1943
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism, in Italy; Italy

The Italian reformers and the Zurich church, 1540-1600. Taplin, Mark
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, Federick B.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1600
     Index terms: Church, in Zurich; Zurich, Switzerland; Switzerland

The Italian reformers and the Zurich church, c.1540-1620. Taplin, Mark
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, Federick B.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1620
     Index terms: Switzerland; Zurich, Switzerland; Church, in Zurich

The library of the Kiev Mohlya academy (1632-1780) in its historical context. Charipova, Lioudmila V.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Raven, James R.
     Chronological coverage: 1632–1780
     Index terms: Library, Libraries; Kiev Mohlya academy, Russia; Russia

The making of an ideology of the third way: the evolution of Christian Democracy in Germany, with special reference to 1945-9. Cupples, Michelle
     Ph.D., Aston.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Christian Democracts, Christian Democracy, in Germany; Germany; Politics, in Germany

The patronage of Cardinal Antonio Barberini the Younger. Wolfe, Karin
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Warwick, G.
     Chronological coverage: 1628–1671
     Index terms: Barberini, Antonio, the Younger (1607-71), cardinal; Patrons, Patronage; Italy

The perils of facilité: a study of the career and published works of Alfred de Falloux (1811-86). Guyver, Christopher M.
     M.A., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1886
     Index terms: France; Chambord, Henri (1820-83), comte de; Church, in France

The popularization of science in France in the periodical press during the Second Empire, c.1850-c.1870. Colson, Gerald D.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Ditchfield, Grayson M.; Crosland, Maurice
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1870
     Index terms: France; Press, periodical, in France; Science, in France

The reception of French painting in Britain, 1850-62. Bonollo, Michelle
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by House, John P.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1862
     Index terms: Painters, Painting, in France; France

The Reconstruction Loan Corporation, 1948-61: reconstruction and the Cold War in Germany. Grünbacher, Armin
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1961
     Index terms: Cold War, in Germany; Germany; Reconstruction Loan Corporation; Reconstruction, in Germany

The search for joy in work: rationalism and cultural crisis in France in the 1930s. Clarke, Jacqueline R.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Kedward, H. Roderick
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Labour, in France; France

The White Russian army in exile, 1920-41. Robinson, Paul F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Andreyev, C. Catherine L.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1941
     Index terms: White Russians; Russia; Army, White Russian

The witch: subversive, heretic or scapegoat? Legal reforms and abuses in England, Scotland and Europe, 1560-1650. Dawson, Daniel O.
     Ph.D., Kent.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1650
     Index terms: Legal reform; Heresy, Heretics; Witches; Scotland

Venetian military capacity, 1508-13. Kelley, Shannon
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Mallett, Michael E.
     Chronological coverage: 1508–1513
     Index terms: Italy; Venice, Italy; Military capacity, Venetian

Weimar medical culture: doctors, healers and the crisis of medicine in inter-war Germany, 1918-33. Timmermann, Carsten
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Harwood, Jonathan H.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1933
     Index terms: Medicine, in Germany; Germany; Weimar Republic; Doctors, in Germany

Wheat milling: its history, technology and efficiency, with special reference to 18th- and 19th-century Europe. Muller, Hans G.
     M.Phil., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Mills, Milling; Wheat milling

Wilhelm Stekel and the early history of psychoanalysis. Clark-Lowes, Francis
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1940
     Index terms: Austria; Stekel, Wilhelm (1868-1940); Pschyoanalysis

Wise after the event: towards a reassessment of the cultural activities of Alfonso X of Castile, 1252-84. Kennedy, Kirstin M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. & Mod. Lang.)
     Chronological coverage: 1252–1284
     Index terms: Spain; Alfonso X (1221-84), king of Castile and Leon

Women, health and charity: women in the poor relief systems in 18th-century Scotland and France. Diack, H. Lesley
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Brotherstone, W. Terry C.; Scott, William
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Women, in Scotland; France; Women, in France
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Social history; Gender and Women

Workers' participation and the French state, 1944-8. Steinhouse, A.G.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1948
     Index terms: France

2000

'Anarchy with a tendency to order and harmony': Montesquieu in the context of French political thought, 1715-55. Butler, Stephen M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. & Pol.). Supervised by Sonenscher, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1715–1755
     Index terms: Montesquieu, Baron de, see Secondat, Charles Louis de; Secondat, Charles Louis de (1689-1755), Baron de la Brède et de Montesquieu; France; Political thought, in France

Anglo-French relations, 1958-63: a study of great power rivalry, with special reference to N.A.T.O. and Europe. Nielsen, Steen A.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1963
     Index terms: North Atlantic Treaty Organisation; N.A.T.O., see North Atlantic Treaty Organisation; France, and Britain

Anglo-Polish naval relations, 1918-47. Troman, Wanda M.J.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Duffy, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1947
     Index terms: Naval relations, with Poland; Poland; Navy, Polish

Anglo-Soviet relations during Churchill's peacetime administration, 1951-5: Cold War politics, propaganda, trade and détente. Bar-Noi, Uri
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Prazmowska, Anita J.
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1955
     Index terms: Propaganda, in the Cold War; Cold War; Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.; Trade, in the Cold War; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Britain; Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874-1965), prime minister

An odd sort of exhibition: the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences in enlightened Russia. Werrett, Simon R.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Schaffer, Simon J.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1720
     Index terms: St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences; Russia

A social analysis of the Soviet prison camps of the 1930s. Mason, Emma J.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Rees, E. Arfon
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Prison camps, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Bearing heavens: astronomers, instruments and the communication of astronomy in early modern Europe. Mosley, A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Astronomers, Astronomy

Britain and Europe: quests for security - an examination of military and political relations between the United Kingdom and the European powers, with special reference to France, 1944-63. Longden, Martin A.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Gooch, John
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1963
     Index terms: Military relations; France, and Britain; Security; Europe, and Britain; Political relations

Britain and the Soviet Union: the search for an interim agreement on Berlin, 1958-May 1960. Newman, Kathleen P.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Prazmowska, Anita J.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1960
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Britain; Berlin, Germany; Germany

Britain and Upper Silesia, 1918-22. Lesniewski, Peter A.
     Ph.D., Dundee. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1922
     Index terms: Silesia, Upper, Poland; Foreign relations, with Poland; Poland, and Britain

British foreign policy towards Spain, 1950-61. Labarta, Carolina
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Deighton, Anne F.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1961
     Index terms: Spain, and Britain; Foreign policy

British policy towards Russian refugees in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution. Multanen, Elina H.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1920
     Index terms: Russian Revolution (1917); Foreign relations, with Russia; Russia, and Britain; Migration, Russian, to Britain

Catholic reform and society: Rottweil, 1525-1618. Nye, Jason K.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, Frederick B.
     Chronological coverage: 1525–1618
     Index terms: Reform, Roman Catholic; Society, in Germany; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Rottweil, German; Germany

Comparative study of the provision for socialization of young people in European cities, inter 1890-1940, with special reference to Nottingham and St. Etienne. Pomfret, David M.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Meller, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1940
     Index terms: Socilaization, of young people; Nottingham, Notts.; Young people; St, Etienne, France; France

Culture, education and ideology in the socialist Casas del Pueblo, 1908-1921. Hadfield, Rachel E.
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Sharpe, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1908–1921
     Index terms: Casas del Pueblo, Spain; Spain; Education, in Spain

Current affairs publishing in the Habsburg Netherlands, 1620-60, in comparative European perspective. Arblaster, Paul E.T.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Elliott, John
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1660
     Index terms: Publishing, in the Habsburg Netherlands; Habsburg empire; Netherlands

E.B. Pusey and his relations with Germany. Mosig, Jörg
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1882
     Index terms: Pusey, E.B. (1800-82); Germany

'Experiments in collaboration': the changing relationship between scientists and pharmaceutical companies in Britain and in France, 1935-65. Quirke, Viviane M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Weindling, Paul J.; Fox, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1965
     Index terms: France; Pharmaceutical companies; Scientists

Explorations in comparative history: economy and society in Malmö and Newcastle since 1945. Vall, Natasha T.
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Lancaster, William
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Economy, in Newcastle; Society, in Newcastle; Society, in Malmö; Economy, in Malmö; Newcastle upon Tyne; Sweden; Malmö, Sweden

Fathers, pastors, kings: visions of episcopacy in 17th-century France. Forrestal, Alison
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Bergin, Joseph
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Episcopacy, in France; France

Federalism and Lander autonomy: the higher education policy network in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1948-68. Onestini, C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Soc. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1968
     Index terms: Education, higher, in Germany; Federal German Republic; Federalism, German; Germany; Lander

Foreign policy and nationalist ideology in Russia, 1906-14. Goebel, Diana
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Shukman, Harold
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1914
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Russia; Foreign policy, Russian; Russia

From delegation to participation: citizen politics in Grenoble and Toulouse, 1958-81. Lipkin, J.R.F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Soc. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1981
     Index terms: Citizen politics, in France; Toulouse; Grenoble; France

Fuelling Fascism: British and Italian economic relations in the 1930s, League sanctions and the Abyssinian crisis. May, Mario A.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Abyssinian crisis; League of Nations; Italy, and Britain; Fascists, Fascism

Gender in the theology of Caspar Schwenkfeld. Gouldbourne, Ruth M.B.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Roper, Lyndal A.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1561
     Index terms: Schwenkfeld, Caspar (1489-1561); Gender

German black market operations in occupied France and Belgium, 1940-4. Sanders, Paul W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Steinberg, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944
     Index terms: Occupation, German, of France; German, of Belgium; Belgium; France; Black market, in Germany; Germany; World War II (1939-45)

German economic involvement in the Philippines, c.1870-1918. Salazar, Wigan M.W.T.
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist. of S.E. Asia). Supervised by Clarence-Smith, William G.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1917
     Index terms: Philippines, and Germany; Germany, and the Philippines
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 19th Century; 20th Century

German-Jewish cultural identity from 1900 to the aftermath of the First World War. Albanis, Elisabeth
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pulzer, Peter G.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1920
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Jews, in Germany; Germany

Grand ducal role and identity: the co-evolution of state and dynasty in imperial Russia. Lee, William C.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Hughes, Lindsey A.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1613–1917
     Index terms: Russia; State, in Russia; Dynasties

Greek popular religion under the Ottomans: a study of Leo Allatius. Hartnup, Karen M.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.). Supervised by Rutter, Neville K.; Angold, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1606–1669
     Index terms: Ottomans, Ottoman empire; Greece; Popular religion, Greek; Allatius, Leo (1586-1669)

Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738): Calvinist chemist and physician. Knoeff, Henrika G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1738
     Index terms: Chemist, Dutch; Calvinism, Calvinists; Physician, Dutch; Boerhaave, Herman (1668-1738); Netherlands; Health, in the Netherlands

Huguenot heartland: Montauban during the French Wars of Religion. Conner, Philip
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1562–1629
     Index terms: Huguenots; Montauban, France; Wars of Religion; France

Images of 'Vieux Paris' during the Second Empire: architecture and history in the modern city. Morgan, Cecily A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Whiteley, J.J.L.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1870
     Index terms: Paris, France; Architecture, in Paris; Second empire, France; France

Imperial Rome and the legitimation of political authority in Renaissance Naples. Stacey, P.J.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Abulafia, David S.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1400–1600
     Index terms: Naples, Italy; Renaissance; Roman empire

Jacopo Bellini's drawings and their artistic and intellectual context, with particular reference to Venetian and Paduan humanism. Windows, Peter
     Ph.D., Central England in Birmingham. (Art & Design). Supervised by Noszlopy, George
     Chronological coverage: 1420–1470
     Index terms: Italy

Landscape painters on the island of Sylt, 1870-1999: the influence of political and social factors on the lives and work of the artists. Wilken, Constanze
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1999
     Index terms: Germany

Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian displaced persons in Great Britain. Gilbert, Emily
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1999
     Index terms: Displaced persons; Migration, to Britain; Estonia, and Britain; Lithuania, and Britain; Latvia, and Britain

Lenoir, Quatremère and the hermeneutic significance of the Musée des Monuments Français. Stara, Alexandra
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Crowther, Paul D.
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1816
     Index terms: Hermeneuticism; Quatrèmere de Quincy, Antoine-Chrysostome (1755-1849); Musée des Monuments Français; Lenoir, Alexandre (1761-1839); Museums, in France; France

Luxury and public happiness: the luxury debate and the shaping of political economy in 18th-century Tuscany and Lombardy. Wahnbaeck, Till
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Robertson, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Lombardy, Italy; Tuscany, Italy; Italy; Luxury, in Italy; Public happiness, in Italy

Methodism in Gibraltar and its mission in Spain, 1769-1842. Jackson, Susan I.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Gilley, Sheridan W.
     Chronological coverage: 1769–1842
     Index terms: Methodists, Methodism, in Gibraltar; Gibraltar; Spain

Michelangelo Buonarroti, 'il Giovane' (1568-1647): a musician's poet in seicento Florence. Cole, Janie
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1588–1647
     Index terms: Florence, Italy; Buonarroti, Michelangelo (1568-1647), 'il Giovane'; Poet, Poetry

Music and musicians in provincial towns: the case of 18th-century Jaca (Spain). Lopez, Miguel A. Marin
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Spain; Music, Musicians, in Spain; Jaca, Spain

Nineteenth-century Anglo-Russian diplomatic relations, with special reference to imperial tensions, conflicts and understandings. Bitis, Alexander
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Hartley, Janet E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy; Russia, and Britain

Ottoman reforms and social life: reflections from Salonica, 1830-1850. Ozdemir, Bulent
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Byz. Stud.). Supervised by Murphey, Rhoads
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1850
     Index terms: Reform, Ottoman; Salonica, Greece; Greece; Ottomans, Ottoman empire; Social life, Ottoman

Perceptions of public opinion: British foreign policy decisions about Nazi Germany, 1933-8. Wilkinson, Sarah C.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, John
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1938
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Germany; Germany, and Britain; Public opinion; Foreign policy; Nazi party, see National Socialist party; National Socialist party, National Socialism, in Germany

Pierre Viret and France, 1559-65. Foster, Stuart
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1559–1565
     Index terms: Viret, Pierre (1511-71); France

Planning for and implementation of educational reform in post-war Germany, with special reference to Hansestadt Hamburg, 1942-9. Allamby, Louise V.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1949
     Index terms: Hansestadt Hamburg; Germany; Education, in Germany

Politics of the Jewish community of Salonika in the inter-war years: party ideologies and party competition. Vassilikou, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Burk, Kathleen
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Party ideologies, in Salonika; Greece; Salonika, Greece; Jewish community; Party competition, in Salonika

Private collectors in Mantua, 1500-1630. Rebecchini, Guido
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1630
     Index terms: Collectors, in Italy; Mantua, Italy

Regulating Spanish banking, 1940-75. Pons Brias, M. Angeles
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Feinstein, Charles H.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1975
     Index terms: Banking, in Spain; Spain

Revolution in the Ukrainian village: the Trans-Dnipro countryside of Ukraine during the Russian Revolution from spring 1917 to spring 1919. Ostryzniuk, Evan M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Figes, Orlando G.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1919
     Index terms: Revolution, Russian; Trans-Dnipro countryside, Ukraine; Russian Revolution (1917); Ukraine, Russia

Russian populism and its relations with anarchism, 1870-81. Gamblin, Graham
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Perrie, Maureen P.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1881
     Index terms: Anarchism, in Russia; Populism, in Russia; Russia

Signs of power: iconoclasm in Paris, 1789-95. Clay, Richard S.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Art). Supervised by Gretton, Thomas H.; Weston, Helen D.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1795
     Index terms: Iconoclasm, in Paris; France; Paris, France

Space, politics and identity in Bratislava, c.1867-1914. Babejova, Eleanora
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Geog.)
     Chronological coverage: 1867–1914
     Index terms: Politics, in Slovakia; Slovakia; Bratislava

State sector industry and the politics of consensus in post-war Italy. Manuzi, Martin
     Ph.D., Anglia Polytechnic University. (Hist.). Supervised by Pollard, John F.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: State sector, in Italy; Politics, in Italy; Industry, in Italy; Italy

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: Britain and Ireland; 18th Century; 19th Century

The British nexus and the Russian liberals, 1905-18. Palmer, Michael
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Longley, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1918
     Index terms: Liberals, Liberalism, in Russia; Russia

The Conservative party and Anglo-German relations, 1905-14. McDonough, Francis X.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Henig, Rugh B.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1914
     Index terms: Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party; Germany, and Britain

The drawings of Andrea Boscoli, c.1560-1608. Brooks, M. Julian
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Franklin, David G.; Kemp, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1608
     Index terms: Boscoli, Andrea (1560-1608); Art

The feminist movement in Greece, c.1910-c.1936: from gender to feminist consciousness and politicization. Kyriakidou, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Byz. & Mod. Greek Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1936
     Index terms: Gender; Feminism, Feminist movement, in Greece; Greece; Women, in Greece

The Haskalah: a cultural response to anti-semitism in Eastern Europe, 1840-1920. Priest, P. Anne
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Hum.). Supervised by Klier, John D.; Barnes, Ian R.; Hawkins, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1920
     Index terms: Haskalah; Anti-semitism, in Eastern Europe; Jews, in Eastern Europe

The implantation of the Plymouth Brethren in Spain, 1869-1936. Eaton, K.A.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Lampeter)
     Chronological coverage: 1869–1936
     Index terms: Plymouth Brethren, in Spain; Spain

The labour market and rising living standards in 1950s western Europe: the case of the Netherlands. Walker, John G.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Milward, Alan S.; Johnson, Paul A.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1960
     Index terms: Living standards, in the Netherlands; Labour market, in the Netherlands; Netherlands

The Lyon city council, c.1525-75: politics, culture, religion. Watson, Timothy D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lewis, R. Gillian; Cooper, R.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1525–1575
     Index terms: Local administration, Local government, in France; Religion, in France; Politics, in France; Culture, in France; Lyon, France

The Neapolitan Camorra: crime and politics in post-war Naples, 1950-92. Allum, Felia S.
     Ph.D., Brunel.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1992
     Index terms: Politics, in Italy; Crime, in Italy; Camorra, Neapolitan; Naples, Italy; Italy

The politics of mistrust: the relationship between anarchism and syndicalism in the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo, 1910-31, with reference to the International Revolutionary Syndicalist movement. Garner, Jason G.
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Welch, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1936
     Index terms: Spain

The politics of the Russian Foreign Ministry, 1906-14. Goebel, Diana
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Shukman, Harold
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1914
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Russia; Foreign policy, Russian; Russia

The problems of integrating annexed Lorraine into France, 1918-25. Grohmann, Carolyn L.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Reynolds, Siân; Peden, George C.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1925
     Index terms: Lorraine, France; France

The pursuit of oriental learning in Louis XIV's France. Dew, Nicholas
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence W.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1643–1715
     Index terms: Learning, oriental; Louis XIV (1638-1715), king of France; France

The relationship between Girolamo Savorgnan and the Venetian Republic, 1508-29. Keyse, Alan
     M.Phil., Leicester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1508–1529
     Index terms: Venice, Republic of, Italy; Savorgnan, Girolamo (fl. 1508-29); Italy

The restoration of Alice Guy Blaché and her importance in the development of early cinema. Millar, Michelle
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Pilbeam, Pamela M.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1922
     Index terms: Blaché, Alice Guy (1873-1968); Cinema; France

The Russian orthodox white clergy in the 17th century. Coulter, Debra A.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Hughes, Lindsey A.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Religion; Russian Orthodox Church; Russia

The Soviet Union and international economic diplomacy, 1941-7. Azrieli, Naomi S.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pravda, Alex
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1947
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Economic diplomacy, Soviet

Time and the French Revolution, 1789 to Year XIV. Shaw, Matthew J.
     D.Phil., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1805
     Index terms: French Revolution; France; Time; Revolution, French

Vittoria Colonna (1490-1547): Petrarchism and evangelism in 16th-century Italy. Brundin, Abigail S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Mod. & Med. Lang.)
     Chronological coverage: 1510–1547
     Index terms: Petrarchism, in Italy; Colonna, Vittoria (1490-1547); Italy; Evangelism, in Italy

'Warum geht es in Schwaben schlechter': the Nazi party in Württemburg, 1920-33. Greig, Alan
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Farr, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1933
     Index terms: Germany

West German foreign policy, France and the question of a political Europe, 1958-63. Niemoller, Bernd T.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Reynolds, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1963
     Index terms: France; Foreign policy, German; Germany

Widows and widowhood in early modern Venice. White, Fiona
     Ph.D., Northumbria at Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Mallett, Michael E.; Cowan, Alexander F.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Italy

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; Britain and Ireland; 18th-19th Century

2001

'A good European and a sincere racist': the life and work of Professor Charles Sarolea, 1870-1953. Johnson, Samantha T.
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Clavin, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1953
     Index terms: Sarolea, Charles (1870-1953); Belgium

Anglo-French relations and the problems of disarmament and security, 1929-33. Webster, Andrew G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Steiner, Zara S.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1933
     Index terms: France, and Britain; Disarmament; Foreign relations, with France; Security

Attitudes of the British political elite towards the Soviet Union, May 1937-August 1939. Shaw, Louise G.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1939
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Britain; Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.

Authority, society and justice in late imperial Russia: local government and the ruling senate. Assa, Natasha
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1904–1917
     Index terms: Justice, in Russia; Senate, in Russia; Local government, in Russia; Russia; Society, in Russia

Brigandage and political unrest in the district of Cerreto: the case of Pontelandolfo, August 1861. de Lucia, Maria G.
     M.Phil., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1861
     Index terms: Pontelandolfo, Italy; Cerreto district, Italy; Brigandage, in Italy; Italy

Britain and central Europe, 1919-25. Lojko, M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1925
     Index terms: Central Europe, and Britain

British government and Conservative press relations during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-9. Meddelton, Geoffrey P.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Spain; Press, Conservative; Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain, and Britain; Conservatives, Conservatism, Conservative party

British perspectives of anti-Nazi resistance within Germany and its impact on governance of the British zone of occupation. Ottiwell, David
     M.Phil., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1949
     Index terms: National Socialist party, National Socialism, resistance to, in Germany; Occupation, British zone of, in Germany; Germany, and Britain; Nazi party, see National Socialist party

British relations with Greece, 1914-52. Kouroumalis, Emmanuel
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1952
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Greece; Greece, and Britain

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; Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Buildings, spaces, politics: Munich city council and the management of modernity, 1900-30. Jerram, Leif W.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930
     Index terms: Buildings, in Munich; Politics, in Munich; Munich city council; Germany

Canon law in medieval Russia: an examination of the Kormchaia Kniga. Mulcahy, Rosanne G.
     M.Phil., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Hughes, Lindsey A.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1649–1653
     Index terms: Russia

Changing attitudes towards homosexuality in late 19th-century Europe. Nicholl, Rhodri R.B.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Homosexuals, Homosexuality

Changing perceptions of physical exercise in late 18th-century France. Underwood, Chloe
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1800
     Index terms: Physical exercise, in France; France

Church and state in 17th-century Sweden. Oestlin, Pella
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: State, and Church, in Sweden; Church, in Sweden; Sweden

Confronting the Revolution: French legitimists, 1879-93. Simpson, Martin C.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1879–1893
     Index terms: Legitimists, French; French Revolution (1789); France

Continuity and change in city Protestantism: the Lutheran Church in Hamburg, 1945-65. Struebel, L.J.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1965
     Index terms: Protestants, in Germany; Germany; Hamburg, Germany; Lutherans, Lutheranism, Lutheran Church, in Germany

Dar Al-Harb: the Russian general staff and the Asiatic frontier, 1860-1917. Marshall, Alexander G.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Mawdsley, Evan
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1917
     Index terms: Russia

Defying a decadent democracy: a comparative study of the work of Paul Bourget and Emile Zola. Irons, Jessica R.
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1935
     Index terms: Bourget, Paul (1852-1935); Democracy, in France; Zola, Emile (1840-1902)

Evangeliska Fosterlands-Stiftelsen (E.F.S): evangelical revivalism and secularization in Sweden, 1856-1910. Gelfgren, Per E.S.
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Theol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1856–1910
     Index terms: Secularization, in Sweden; Evangelical revivalism, in Sweden; E.F.S., see Evangeliska Fosterlands-Stiftelsen; Evangeliska Fosterlands-Stiftelsen; Sweden

France and the German menace, 1919-28. Barros, Andrew
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1928
     Index terms: Germany, and France; France, and Germany

François d'Aubigné, marquise de Maintenon: religion, power and politics. A study in circles of influence during the later reign of Louis XIV, 1684-1715. Bryant, Mark
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1684–1715
     Index terms: Maintenon, marquise de, see d'Aubigné, François; Religion, in France; d'Aubigné, François, marquise de Maintenon (1635-1719); France; Politics, in France; Louis XIV (1638-1715), king of France

General Walter Reinhardt, 1872-1930: a soldier in politics. Mulligan, William
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1930
     Index terms: Reinhardt, Walter (1872-1930), German general; Germany

German occupation policy and the effectiveness of the Soviet partisan movement as a military force, 1941-4: the case of N.W. Russia. Hill, Alexander A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. & Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1944
     Index terms: Partisan movement, in the U.S.S.R.; Germany, and the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Germany; Occupation, German, of the U.S.S.R.

Hitler and the interaction of war and Holocaust, 1941. Jersak, T.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1941
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945), German dictator; Germany; Holocaust

I.C.I. and I.G. Farben, 1926-51: a comparison. Coleman, Kim
     M.Phil., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1926–1951
     Index terms: Imperial Chemical Industries; I.G. Farben; Germany, and Britain; I.C.I., see Imperial Chemical Industries

Images of the Virgin in pre-Reformation and Reformation Germany. Heal, Bridget M.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1570
     Index terms: Virgin Mary; Reformation, in Germany; Germany

Immigrants and the New Left in France. Gordon, Daniel A.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–2000
     Index terms: Immigration, see Migration; New Left, in France; France; Migration, to France

'Justicia al revés': the Francoist repressions in Madrid after the Spanish Civil War. Ruiz, Julius
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lannon, Frances
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1975
     Index terms: Madrid, Spain; Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain

Leonardo on motion: 17th-century views. Barone, Juliana
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Kemp, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Italy

Literature, modernity, nation: the case of Romania, 1829-90. Drace-Francis, Alexander
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1829–1890
     Index terms: Literature, Romanian; Romania

Local politics and clientage in the grand duchy of Lithuania, 1587-1632. Vasiliauskas, Arturas
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1587–1632
     Index terms: Local politics, in Lithuania; Clientage, in Lithuania; Lithuania

Lutheran lay prophets, c.1550-1700. Beyer, Jürgen
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1700
     Index terms: Lutherans, Lutheranism; Lay prophets

Madame de Staël's contribution to liberalism in France, 1788-1820. Takeda, Chinatsu
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Pilbeam, Pamela M.
     Chronological coverage: 1788–1820
     Index terms: Liberalism, in France; Staël, Anne Louise Germaine Necker, Madame de (1766-1817); France

National foreign policy through multilateral means: the Federal Republic of Germany and European political co-operation, 1969-1986. Mayer, Hartmut
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Int. Rel.). Supervised by Wallace, William; Wright, Jonathan R.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1986

National mentalities, European identities. The impact of defence on the construction of national and European identity: a comparative case study of Britain, 1960-Feb. 1963, Italy and France, 1956-8. Dahm, Evelyn P.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1963
     Index terms: Italy, and France; France, and Italy; Italy, and Britain; France, and Britain; National mentality

Pictures, power and the polity: a vision of the political images of the early Dutch Republic. Sawyer, Andrew C.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Duke, Alastair C.
     Chronological coverage: 1588–1632
     Index terms: Propaganda, in the Netherlands; Netherlands

Power, patronage and religion in a regional Huguenot capital: Nîmes, 1572-1600. Morris, David C.H.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1572–1600
     Index terms: Patronage, in France; Religion, in France; France; Huguenots; Nîmes, France

'Prisoners of peace': British policy towards displaced persons and political refugees within occupied Germany, 1945-51. Danylyszyn, John W.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Preston, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1951
     Index terms: Refugees, political, in Germany; Germany, and Britain; Migration, in Germany

Recreating history: literary depictions of Iceland's conversion to Christianity, 1100-1300. Duke, S.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1100–1300
     Index terms: Iceland

Reform and repression: prisons and penal policy in Germany, 1918-39. Wachsmann, Nikolaus D.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Penal policy, in Germany; Prisons, in Germany; Germany

Social relations in the estate villages of Mecklenburg, c.1890-1924. Constantine, Simon M.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1924
     Index terms: Estate villages, in Germany; Germany; Mecklenburg, Germany

'Soldiers of God': aspects of female involvement in the Catholic Reformation in England and France. Sterritt, Laurence Lux
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1545–1700
     Index terms: Women, in England and France; Catholic Reformation, in England and France; France, and England

State intervention and small scale farming in Spain, 1939-55: case studies of wheat, olives and vine. Christiansen, Thomas
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.?)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1955
     Index terms: Wheat farming, in Spain; Farming, in Spain; Olive farming, in Spain; Agriculture, in Spain; Spain; Viniculture, in Spain

State, nation and language: the Bulgarian community in the region of Banat, 1860s-1990s. Guentcheva, Rossitza P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–2000
     Index terms: Banat region, Romania; Bulgarian community, in Romania; Language; Romania

The Anglo-Russian entente: alliance formation and management, 1907-14. Zaslavsky, Alexander G.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Pol.). Supervised by Andreyev, C. Catherine L.; Darwin, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1914
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Russia; Russia, and Britain

The Berlin origins of Brandt's Ostpolitik, 1957-66. Speicher, Peter C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1966
     Index terms: Brandt, Willy (1913-92), West German statesman and chancellor; Ostpolitik; Germany; Berlin, Germany

The emergence of a Conservative party in democratic Spain. Palomares, Maria C.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: –1975
     Index terms: Spain; Franco, Francisco (1892-1975), Spanish dictator

The English mercantile communities in Venice and in the Ionian Islands, 1570-1670. Fusaro, Maria
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Burke, U. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1670

The influence of the materialism of the Baron D'Holbach on the French public, 1756-1815. Curran, Mark D.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1756–1815
     Index terms: d'Holbach, Baron, see Thiry, Paul Henri; Thiry, Paul Henri, Baron d'Holbach (1723-89); France; Materialism, in France

The memory of the Spanish Civil War and the families of British International Brigaders. Suart, Natalie A.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Sandle, Mark; Lanfranchi, Pierre
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain

The politics of monarchism: royalty, loyalty and patriotism in later 18th-century Prussia. Biskup, Thomas
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Royalty, Prussian; Patriotism, Prussian; Prussia; Monarchism, in Prussia; Germany

The road to Naples: Florence, the Black Bands and the army of the League of Cognac, 1526-8. Arfaioli, Maurizio
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Butters, Humfrey C.
     Chronological coverage: 1526–1528
     Index terms: Italy

The Scottish and Irish contingent in Habsburg imperial service during the Thirty Years' War, 1618-48. Worthington, David
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1618–1648
     Index terms: Habsburg empire; Scotland; Thirty Years' War (1618-48); Ireland; Army, Habsburg

The self-experience of chronic physical incapacity among the labouring poor: pauper narratives and territorial hospitals in early modern rural Germany. Gray, Louise M.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Germany; Labouring poor, in Germany; Poor, in Germany; Hospitals, territorial, in Germany; Physical incapacity; Health care, in Germany

The significance of the Mers-el-Kebir incident among factors determining support for Gaullism in unoccupied France. Huggan, Graeme
     M.A., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1940
     Index terms: Gaullism; Mers-el-Kebir, Algeria; France, unoccupied; World War II (1939-45)

The social function of women's periodicals in late 18th-century Hungary and Germany. Milotay, Nora
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1800
     Index terms: Germany, and Hungary; Women; Hungary, and Germany; Press, periodical
     Categories: Intellectual history; Gender and Women; Social history; 18th-19th Century

The Spanish military and the evolution of warfare, 1899-1939. Perez, Jose-Vicente Herrero
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1899–1939
     Index terms: Warfare; Army, in Spain; Spain

Upper middle-class complicity in the National Socialist phenomenon in Germany, 1933. White, David R.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1933
     Index terms: National Socialist party, National Socialism, in Germany; Middle classes, upper; Germany; Class, social

Violet Gibson's attempt on the life of Benito Mussolini, Rome, 1926. Eaman, Jeffrey
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1926–1926
     Index terms: Gibson, Violet; Mussolini, Benito (1883-1945), Italian dictator; Italy; Rome

War, resettlement, rooting and ageing: an oral history study of Polish émigrés in Britain. Winslow, Michelle
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1990
     Index terms: Migration, Polish, to Britain; Oral history; Poland

Women's health care in England and France, 1650-1770. Smith, Lisa W.
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1770
     Index terms: Women, in England and France; Health care, in England and France; France, and England
     Categories: Medicine; Gender and Women; 17th Century; 18th Century

Youth nonconformity in the German Democratic Republic. Fenemore, Mark
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: German Democratic Republic; Youth nonconformity, in Germany; Germany

2002

Addiction, autonomy and the German state: the treatment of alcholics in Hesse, 1900-45. Alford, David Wheaton
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1945
     Index terms: Germany

Agents of Moscow: the Hungarian Communist party and the origins of socialist patriotism, 1941-53. Mevius, Martin
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Neill, Robert J.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1953
     Index terms: Hungary, and the Soviet Union

Albert Speer and the central planning board of the Third Reich, 1942-5. Heisenberg, E.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Tooze, J. Adam
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1945
     Index terms: Germany

Altered images: the Labour party and the Soviet Union in the 1930s. Davis, Jonathan Shaw
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Sandle, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Labour party, and the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Anglo-French relations, European security and the Geneva protocol of 1924. Bossenmeyer, C.N.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1924

An historical study of the doctrine of adoption in the Calvinistic tradition. Trumper, Timothy J.R.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh.
     Chronological coverage: 1541–1800

An historiographic approach to the role of women in Minoan society. Mckenzie-Young, Rebecca G.E.
     Ph.D., London. (Ext.)
     Chronological coverage: -1500–1990
     Index terms: Historiography
     Categories: Historiography; Pre-1000 BC; 20th Century

Articulating the imperial vision of Charles V, 1516-32. Westra, C.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Brett, Annabel S.
     Chronological coverage: 1516–1532

Aspects of suicide in Nazi Germany. Goeschel, C.A.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Germany

Axis of folly: economic incompetence and mutual antipathy in the Italo-German alliance, 1939-43. Ferguson, Alexander D.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Knox, MacGregor
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1943
     Index terms: Germany, and Italy; Italy, and Germany; World War II (1939-45)

Basque imagination and commemorative identity: local history and everyday life in relation to the Hondarribian Alarde, 1638-2000. Linstroth, John P.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Soc. Anthr.). Supervised by Ott, Sandra J.
     Chronological coverage: 1638–2000
     Index terms: Spain

Britain and Italian colonial expansion, 1925-9. Tripodi, Christian W.E.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1929
     Index terms: Italy, and Britain

Charles Comte and post-Revolutionary political thought in France. Glencross, A.R.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Sonenscher, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1802–1837
     Index terms: France

Charles Fourier (1772-1837) and questions of women. Wilson, B.D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Gareth Stedman
     Chronological coverage: 1792–1837
     Index terms: France
     Categories: Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century

Church and state in the German Democratic Republic in the 1960s: the case of the Dresden/Coventry link. Thomas, Merrilyn
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German). Supervised by Fulbrook, Mary J.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1969
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain

Conversations of the deaf: immigration, extremism and terror in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1962-72. Clarkson, Alexander P.H.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge van Strandman, H.J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1972
     Index terms: Germany

Dialogue with the state: young people, women, the literary establishment and the Church in the German Democratic Republic. Madarasz, Jeannette
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German). Supervised by Fullbrook, Mary J.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Germany
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history; Ecclesiastical and religious history; Cultural history

Ecclesiology and the law: monism and dualism in the religious polities of England and old-Prussian Protestantism. Pearce, C.C.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1870
     Index terms: Prussia, and England; Dualism; Monism; Law; Ecclesiology; Protestants, Protestantism; Germany, and England

Educating German women: the work of the women's affairs section of the British military government, 1946-51. Tscharntke, Denise K.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Thompson, Alastair P.
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1951
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history; Gender and Women; Education

English queensware and its impact on the French pottery industry, 1774-1814. Smith, Helen A.S.
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Vincent, David M.; Briggs, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1774–1814
     Index terms: France, and England

Family life of the French-speaking Belgian upper classes in the 1930s. De Vos, Antoinette M.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Holt, Richard; Purdue, A. William
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: French language; Belgium; Upper classes, in Belgium; Family life, in Belgium

Forms of nationalism and national identity: a comparative study of civic and ethnic nationalism in Switzerland and Cyprus. Yiangou, George S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Mayall, James
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000

Franco-Spanish diplomatic relations in the era of the American Revolution. Melkonian, R.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1783

Garibaldi in Britain: reflections of a Liberal hero. Windland, Kees
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hawkins, Angus B.
     Chronological coverage: 1863–1864
     Index terms: Italy

Greece, its navy and the foreign factor, November 1910-March 1919. Fotakis, Zisis
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Crampton, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1919
     Index terms: Greece

Harold Wilson, the U.S.S.R. and Bristish foreign and defence policy in the context of East-West détente, 1964-8. Hughes, Geraint A.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Dockrill, Saki
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1968
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Britain

How right-wing politics in Europe affected Scotland, 1922-45. Bryce, David M.
     M.Litt., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Stachura, Peter D.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1945
     Index terms: Politics, right-wing, in Europe; Europe, and Scotland; Scotland, and Europe

Images of Africa in Swedish evangelical missions, 1885-1900. Sjoblom, S.S.B.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Stanley, Brian
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1900
     Index terms: Africa, Swedish images of; Sweden, and Africa

Images of kingship and the contesting of political power in the kingdom of Naples and the two Sicilies, c.1734-1759. Hammond, Helena L.O.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Whistler, C.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1734–1759
     Index terms: Italy

Infrastructure and economic growth in Spain, 1845-1935. Herranz-Loncan, Alfonso
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1935
     Index terms: Spain

Intelligence and Anglo-Portuguese relations during the Second World War. Luce, A.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Andrew, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Portugal; Portugal, and Britain

Italian fascism in Britain: the Fasci Italiani All'Estero, the Italian communities and fascist sympathisers during the Grandi era. Baldoli, Claudia
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Knox, Macgregor
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1932
     Index terms: Italy, and Britain; Fasci Italiani All'Estero; Fascism, Italian, in Britain; Grandi, Dino, count of Mordano (1895-1988), Italian politician

Italian state policy and the Sicilian Mafia: from cohabitation to emergency, c.1943-1993. Marelli, Francesco
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Gooch, John
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1993
     Index terms: Italy

Jean Charles-Brun and the birth of regionalism in France, 1890-1914. Wright, N. Julian G.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Index terms: France

Jews and men of Jewish descent who served in the German armed forces during World War II. Rigg, Bryan M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Steinberg, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Germany

Lion and dog fight: images of the Anglo-Dutch wars of the 17th century. Staffell, C.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with The Netherlands; Anglo-Dutch wars; Netherlands, and Britain

L'occupation à la manière latine: Italians in Nice, 1942-3. Cox, Criseyda E.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

Making use of such incidents as happen: the logic of Anglo-French diplomacy and the Peace Treaty of Utrecht, 1710-13. Lowe, Michal A. Scott
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Davidson, Nicholas S.
     Chronological coverage: 1710–1713

Maltese legislation, 1914-64. Mangion, Raymond
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Law). Supervised by Finnis, J.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1964
     Index terms: Legislation, in Malta; Malta

Mary, Queen of Scots in the polemic literature of the French Wars of Religion. Wilkinson, Alexander S.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1562–1598
     Index terms: France, and Scotland

Medievalism in the commemoration of the Great War in Britain and Germany, 1914-39: a German-British comparison. Goebel, S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1939
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain

Memory and tradition: the ephemeral architecture for the triumphal entries of the Dogaresse of Venice in 1577 and 1597. Tondro, M.L.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1577–1597
     Index terms: Venice, Italy; Italy; Architecture, in Venice; Dogaresse, of Venice

Mobilising 'Etappenhelferinnen' for service with the military: gender regimes in First World War Germany. Schönberger, Bianca
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Ullmann, H.P.; Howarth, Janet H.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Germany

Music after Hitler: politics, society and the reconstruction of an art in Germany, 1945-55. Thacker, E. Toby
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Osmond, Jonathan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Index terms: Germany

Music in 17th-century Naples: the role of Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704). Fabris, Dinko
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1644–1704
     Index terms: Provenzale, Francesco (1624-1704), composer; Music, in Italy; Naples, Italy; Italy

Music in the Nazi ghettos and camps, 1939-45. Gilbert, Shirli
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Germany

Music, print and authority in Leipzig during the Thirty Years' War. Rose, S.R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Music). Supervised by Butt, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1618–1648
     Index terms: Leipzig, Germany; Print, in Leipzig; Germany; Music, in Leipzig; Thirty Years' War (1618-48)

Napoleon's operational art and the Russian response, 1806-15. Telp, Claus
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Reid, Brian Holden
     Chronological coverage: 1806–1815

National heroes and national identities: a comparative framework for smaller nations. Eriksonas, Linas
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist.). Supervised by Ditchburn, David M.; Hotson, Howard; Macinnes, Allan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000

Nicholas II and the Khodynka coronation catastrophe, May 1896: a study of contemporary responses. Baker, Helen S.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Collins, David N.
     Chronological coverage: 1896–1896
     Index terms: Russia, see also Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Nicholas II; Khodynka, Russia; Nicholas II (1868-1918), emperor of Russia

Nicholas Kaldor: a central European émigré and post-war British economic policy. Simon, A.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1986
     Index terms: Hungary

Office politics: bureaucrats and bourgeois types in post-revolutionary France. Kingston, Ralph F.S.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Spang, Rebecca L.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1830
     Index terms: France

Ottomon Muslims in the Venetian republic, 1573-1645: contracts, connections and restrictions. Ortega, Stephen
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Imber, Colin H.; Pullan, Brian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1573–1645
     Index terms: Italy, and the Ottoman empire

Perspectives on music and Catalan nationalism in fin-de-siècle Barcelona. Macedo, C.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1899–1900
     Index terms: Barcelona, Spain; Nationalism, Catalan; Music, Catalan; Spain

Preparing for government: Wilhelm Frick as Thuringia's Nazi minister of the interior and education, 23 January 1930-1 April 1931. Crichton, Kevin J.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by McElligot, Anthony P.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1931
     Index terms: Thuringia, Germany; Germany; Frick, Wilhelm (1877-1946); Education, in Germany

Religion and Russian national identity during the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-8. Aylett, Katherine S.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Dixon, Simon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1877–1878
     Index terms: Russia, and Turkey

Religious art and Catholic reform in Italy, 1527-46. Ede, Minna A. Moore
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Franklin, David G.
     Chronological coverage: 1527–1546
     Index terms: Italy

Scotland and the United Provinces, c.1680-1730: a study in intellectual and educational relations. Mijers, Esther
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Mason, Roger A.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1730
     Index terms: Netherlands

Sport and fascism: a beautiful friendship? A study of relations between state and elite sport in Mussolini's Italy. Gould, David
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Laven, David S.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1943
     Index terms: Italy

The boot and shoe trades in London and Paris in the long 18th century. Riello, Giorgio
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Harte, Negley B.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1825
     Index terms: France

The British Battalion of the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-9. Baxell, Richard
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Preston, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: International Brigades, British Battalion; Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain, and Britain

The demise of the Lithuanian state in 1940. Randall, K.P.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1940
     Index terms: Lithuania

The department store in Paris, 1855-1914: an architectural history. Proctor, R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Saint, Andrew J.
     Chronological coverage: 1855–1914
     Index terms: France; Paris; Architecture, in France; Department stores, in Paris; Retail, in France

The domestic politics of the Bethlen government. Lorman, Thomas A.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Rady, Martyn C.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1931
     Index terms: Hungary

The evolution of the Cheka, 1917-26. Lokhova, S.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1926
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Cheka

The evolution of the role of headteacher in Greek secondary schools from the beginnings of the modern Greek state to the present, with emphasis on recent years. Biaraktaris, P.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Educ.). Supervised by Lowe, Roy A.
     Chronological coverage: 1829–2000
     Index terms: Greece

The German Social Democratic Party and Wilhelmine foreign policy, 1897-1914. Probert, Paul D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1897–1914
     Index terms: Germany

The 'Greece' of Britain and the 'Britain' of Greece: performance, stereotypes, expectations and intermediaries in Victorian and neohellenic narratives, 1864-81. Tzanelli, Rodanthi
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Blinkhorn, R. Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1864–1881
     Index terms: Greece, and Britain

The Greek kingdom in British public debate. Hionidis, Pandeleimon L.
     Ph.D., London. Supervised by Howe, Anthony C.
     Chronological coverage: 1862–1881
     Index terms: Greece, and Britain

'The hygiene of souls': languages of illness and contagion in late imperial and early Soviet Russia. Beer, Richard D.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. & Pol.). Supervised by Barber, John D.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

The influence of English republican ideas on the political thought of the Cordelier Club. Hammersley, Rachel
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Mazower, Mark A.; Whatmore, Richard D.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1799
     Index terms: France, and England

The limits of destalinisation: the Spanish Communist party, 1939-64. Anson, Beatriz
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Preston, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1964
     Index terms: Communist party, in Spain; Spain

The meaning of community in National Socialist ideology and welfare provision. Miller, Ian
     M.Phil., Strathclyde. (Hist.). Supervised by Fischer, Conran J.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Germany

The natural philosophy of Denis Diderot. Ballstadt, Kurt P.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence W. B.; Philip, M. F. E.
     Chronological coverage: 1733–1784
     Index terms: France

The Nazis and Hamburg's merchant elite: a history of decline. Jungclaussen, John F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Ferguson, Niall C.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Germany

The origins and nature of Stalin's cult of the personality. Prussakov, E.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1953
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

The place of Malta in British strategic policy 1925-1943. Austin, Douglas
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist). Supervised by French, David W.
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1943
     Index terms: Malta

The politics of memory: the Hanseatic republics of Hamburg and Lubeck in imperial and Weimar Germany. Parkinson, D.H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1933
     Index terms: Germany

The promotion of an Austrian identity, 1918-38. Bulloch, Jamie A. McGregor
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Rady, Martyn C.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1938
     Index terms: Austria

The prosecution of Henry Vizetelly: a study of British attitudes to French morals and literature. Caie, K.A.
     M.Phil., Cambridge. Supervised by Tombs, Robert P.
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1888
     Index terms: France, and Britain

The Puccini problem: nationalism, gender and decadence in Italian Puccini reception, 1896-1912. Wilson, Alexandra
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine J.
     Chronological coverage: 1896–1912
     Index terms: Nationalism, in Italy; Gender, in Italy; Decadence, in Italy; Puccini, Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria (1858-1924), Italian composer

The state and the family in Britain and Italy, c.1945-c.1965. Bernini, Stefania
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Turner, John A.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1965
     Index terms: Italy, and Britain

The trade of political prisoners between the two German states, 1962-90. Horster, M.N.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1990
     Index terms: Germany

The unfinished civil war and the politics of remembrance in Finland, 1918-28. Florez, Maria E. Lehto
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Winter, Jay M.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1928
     Index terms: Civil War, in Finland (1918); Finland

Wars on terror: French and British responses to the Anarchist violence of the 1890s. Wood, E.T.
     M.Phil., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900
     Index terms: France, and Britain

Whitewash - from Switzerland to Italy: whitewashing and the new aesthetic of the Protestant Reformation, 1524-c.1660. George, V.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1524–1660
     Index terms: Switzerland; Italy; Whitewash, in Italy and Switzerland; Reformation; Protestants

Why Russia chose war: the Russo-Turkish war, 1877-8. Jamison, Matthew C.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Andreyev, C. Catherine L.
     Chronological coverage: 1877–1878

Witchcraft, gender and society in the early modern prince-bishopric of Eichstätt. Durrant, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Roper, Lyndal A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Germany

2003

Almeida Garrett and Anglo-Portuguese cultural interaction, 1800-1850. de Sousa, José
     M.A., Buckingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Clarke, John C.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1850
     Index terms: Portugal, and Britain; Garrett, Joao Baptista da Silva Leitao de Almeida (1799-1854); Foreign relations, with Portugal

Bahr and Zweig: a study in Austrian-German middle-class thought during the First World War. Unger, Nikolaus
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Okey, Robin F.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Middle classes, in Austria and Germany; World War I (1914-18); Zweig, Stefan (1881-1942), writer; Class, social, in Austria and Germany; Bahr, Hermann (1863-1934), Austrian playwright; Germany, and Austria; Austria, and Germany

Baron F.M. Grimm and Catherine II of Russia. Porter, Alexander
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Dixon, Simon M.
     Chronological coverage: 1753–1773
     Index terms: Catherine II, the Great (1729-96), empress of Russia; Grimm, Friedrich Melchior, Baron Von (1723-1807), German critic and journalist; Russia, and Germany; Germany, and Russia

Bismarck in Weimar: Germany's first democracy and the civil war of memories, 1918-33. Gerwarth, Robert-Benjamin
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1933
     Index terms: Weimar Republic; Bismarck, Prince Otto Edward Leopold von (1815-98), duke of Lauenburg; Germany; Democracy, in Germany

British perceptions of Spain in the 1930s and their use in the interpretation of the events of the Spanish Civil War. Shelmerdine, Brian
     Ph.D., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Manley, John; Paris, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Spain

Catholic belief and survival in late 16th-century Vienna: the case of Georg Eder (1523-87). Fulton, Elaine
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, F. Bruce
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1587
     Index terms: Austria; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church; Vienna; Eder, Georg (1523-87)

Changing images of alcohol in France, 1915-42. Howard, S.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Tombs, Robert P.
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1942
     Index terms: Alcohol, Alcoholism, in France; France

Communication networks, sociability and politics in rural France during the French Revolution. Walshaw, Jillian R. Maciak
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1799
     Index terms: Communication networks, in rural France; French Revolution (1789); Revolution, see French Revolution; France, see also Gaul; Politics, in rural France

Communities in conflict: nascent Catholic leagues in the south-west of France, 1560-70. Gould, Kevin
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Penelope W.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1570
     Index terms: Catholic leagues, in France, see also Roman Catholics; France

Cross-dressing in 17th-century French literature and culture. Harris, J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (French)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Transvestitism, in France; France; Cross-dressing, in France

Cultural history of Revolutionary France. Hall, Kate
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan I.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1799
     Index terms: Revolution, see French Revolution; French Revolution (1789); France

Dealing with democrats :decision making and policy formation within the British Foreign Office's Central Department with regard to the Czechoslovak political exiles in Britain and the Czechoslovak question, 1939-45. Brown, Martin D.
     Ph.D., Surrey. (St. Mary's Coll., Strawberry Hill: Hist.). Supervised by Dowling, Maria J.C.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Czechoslovakia; Foreign Office, Central Department; Political exiles, Czechoslovak; Democrats, Democracy; Foreign relations, with Czechoslovakia

Domestic tourism in the Third Reich. Semmens, K.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Germany; Tourism, Domestic, in Germany; Third Reich

Fighting 'Jacob's Warres'. English and Welsh mercenaries in the European wars of religion: France and the Netherlands. Trim, David J.M.
     M.Phil., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1650
     Index terms: Netherlands; France; Mercenaries, English and Welsh; Wars of religion, in Europe

Football and fascism: local identities and national integration in Mussolini's Italy. Martin, Simon D.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1943
     Index terms: Mussolini, Benito Amilcare Andrea (1883-1945), Italian dictator; Integration, national, in Italy; Identity, local, in Italy; Fascism, in Italy; Football, in Italy; Italy

Franco-German relations in the 20th century. Clement, Corey R.
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: France, and Germany; Germany, and France

From Judaism to Calvinism: the life and writings of Immanuel Tremellius (1510-80). Austin, Kenneth R.G.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, F. Bruce
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1580
     Index terms: Tremellius, Immanuel (1510-80), religious writer; Judaism; Calvinism

German soldier newspapers of the First World War. Nelson, R.L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Winter, Jay M.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Army, German; Press, newspaper, in Germany; Germany

Giulia Gonzaga (1513-66) and her role in the religious controversies of Tridentine Italy. Russell, Camilla
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Brown, Alison M.
     Chronological coverage: 1533–1566
     Index terms: Gonzaga, Giulia (1513-66); Religion, in Italy; Italy, Tridentine

Giulio Cesare Brancaccio and secular solo bass singing in 16th-century Italy. Wistreich, Richard J.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Music, vocal, in Italy; Brancaccio, Giulio Cesare (check Dizionario biografico degli Italiani??), Italian bass singer; Bass singing, in Italy; Italy

Gottfried Finger and pan-European instrumental music in the 17th century. Rawson, Robert G.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1655–1730
     Index terms: Finger, Gottfried (c.1660-1730), Czech composer; Music, instrumental

Health and survival chances at the London Foundling Hospital and the Spedale Degli Innocenti of Florence, 1741-99. Levene, A.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Richard M.
     Chronological coverage: 1741–1799
     Index terms: London Foundling Hospital; Public health; Public health, in Italy; Italy; Spedale Degli Innocenti, Florence; Florence, Italy; Children, medical care of

Identity, conflict and compromise: the Russian nobility, 1917-24. Rendle, Matthew
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rees, Timothy; Donald, Moira
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1924
     Index terms: Identity, noble, in Russia; Russia; Aristocracy, in Russia

Ignaz Kuranda's Die Grenzboten (1841-8): a case study of Vormärz journalism and identity. Schmitt, C.P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Bunyan, A.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1841–1848
     Index terms: Die Grenzboten, of Ignaz Kuranda; Journalists, Journalism, in Germany; Kuranda, Ignaz (1812-84), German political journalist; Vormärz Germany; Germany

Irritating experiments: Haller's concept and the European controversy on irritability and sensibility, 1750-90. Steinke, Hubert W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence W.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1790
     Index terms: Haller, (Viktor) Albrecht von (1708-77), Swiss anatomist and botanist; Science; Irritability; Sensibility

John Locke and the civil philosophy of the bibliothécaires, c.1688-c.1702. Savonius, S.-J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Goldie, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1702
     Index terms: Philosophy, civil; Civil philosophy; Locke, John (1632-1704), philosopher; Bibliothécaires

Joseph II and the Austro-Ottoman War, 1788-91. Mayer, M.Z.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1788–1791
     Index terms: Austria, and the Ottoman empire; Austro-Ottoman War (1788-91); Joseph II (1741-90), Holy Roman Emperor; Ottoman empire, and Austria

Masks of authority: Charles V and state portraiture at the Habsburg courts, c.1500-1533. Matthews, Paul G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 150–1533
     Index terms: Portraiture, Habsburg state; Court, Habsburg; Habsburg court; Charles V (1500-58), Holy Roman Emperor

Music and print: book production and consumption in Ferrara, 1538-98. Dennis, F.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Music). Supervised by Fenlon, Iain A.
     Chronological coverage: 1538–1598
     Index terms: Italy; Books, consumption and production of, in Italy; Music, in Italy; Ferrara, Italy

Narratives of Jewish crime: Vienna, 1895-1910. Vyleta, D.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Botz, G.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1910
     Index terms: Crime, Jewish, in Austria; Austria; Jews, in Austria; Vienna

National identity and opposition to Britain's first attempt to join Europe, 1961-3. Dewey, Robert F.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Green, Ewen H.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1963
     Index terms: National identity; European integration

Nationalism in Scotland and Norway in the 19th century. Strøm, Kirstin Flood
     M.Sc., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Norway, and Scotland; Scotland, and Norway; Nationalism, in Norway; Nationalism, in Scotland

Party lawyers, political trials and judicial culture in the Weimar Republic. Grunwald, E.H.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clark, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Trials, political, in Germany; Germany; Weimar Republic; Law, Lawyers, in Germany; Judicial culture, in Germant

Passing performances: the gendering of military identity in the Special Operations Executive. Pattinson, Juliette S.
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, A. Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: Special Operations Executive; Gender

Polish-Jewish relations during the Second Polish Republic, 1918-39. Charles, Laura
     M.Phil., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by Stachura, Peter D.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Poland; Jews, in Poland, see also Judaism; Second Republic, in Poland

Prelude to Ostpolitik: Brandt, Bahr, the S.P.D. and the formation of Ostpolitik, 1961-9. Hofmann, Arne
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Sked, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1969
     Index terms: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (S.P.D.); Brandt, Willy (Karl Herbert Frahm) (1913-92), German politician; Ostpolitik; Germany; Bahr, Egon (1922-), German journalist and politician

Press and politics in Berlin, 1924-30. Fulda, B.D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1930
     Index terms: Politics, and the press, in Germany; Germany; Berlin; Press, newspaper, in Germany

Republican politics and the war of 1812. Phillips, J.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Thompson, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1812
     Index terms: Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815); Republican politics

Rethinking the history of ethology: French animal behaviour studies in the Third Republic, 1870-1940. Thomas, Marion
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.). Supervised by Harwood, Jonathan H.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1940
     Index terms: Animal behaviour; Third Republic, French; France; Ethology

Science in the European periphery: the uses of English scientific and educational works in Greece, 1770-1860. Petrou, Georgia
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.). Supervised by Warwick, Andrew C.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1860
     Index terms: Education, in Greece; Greece, and England; Science, in Greece

Scotland and Philip II, 1580-98: politics, religion, diplomacy and lobbying. Sáenz-Cambra, Concepción
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Scot. Hist.). Supervised by Goodare, Julian; Lynch, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1598
     Index terms: Diplomacy, in Scotland and Spain; Religion, in Scotland and Spain; Politics, in Scotland and Spain; Lobbying, in Scotland and Spain; Scotland, and Spain; Spain, and Scotland; Philip II (1527-98), king of Spain

Spanish anarcho-syndicalism during the Civil War period. Jenkins, Stephen
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Blinkhorn, R. Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Anarcho-syndicalism, in Spain; Spain; Spanish Civil War (1936-9)

State subsidies and the sources of company finance in Italian industrial districts, 1951-91. Spadavecchia, Anna
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Econ. Hist.). Supervised by Schulze, Max-Stephan
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1991
     Index terms: Industrial districts, in Italy; Company finance, in Italy; Italy

The administration of Chios, 1822-68: an Aegean island under Ottoman rule. Psarrou, Evi
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Byz., Ottoman and Mod. Greek Stud.). Supervised by Haldon, John F.
     Chronological coverage: 1822–1868
     Index terms: Administration, Ottoman; Ottoman empire; Chios

The Anglo-French peace negotiations of 1806: an opportunity squandered. Perkins, Matthew
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.
     Chronological coverage: 1806–1806
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France, and Britain

The celebration of the fleet in Britain and Germany, 1897-1914. Rueger, J.M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1897–1914
     Index terms: Royal Navy, see also Navy; Navy, in Germany, see also Royal Navy; Germany, and Britain

The 'Church in socialism': Protestant Church leaders and the East German state, 1969-89. Ozawa-De Silva, Brendan R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Garton Ash, Timothy J.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1989
     Index terms: Germany; German Democratic Republic, see also Germany; Protestants, Protestantism, Protestant Church, in Germany

The constitutional clergy and the Concordat of 1801 in the diocese of Dijon. Hawes, D.O.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1801–1801
     Index terms: Concordat (1801); Dijon, diocese of, France; Clergy, in France; France

The Holocaust and the media, 1939-45. Leader, Simon G.
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Newman, Aubrey N.; Bonney, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Holocaust; Media

The house of Lorraine in France: princes étrangers and the continuity of power and wealth in the later 17th century. Spangler, Jonathan W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Parrott, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1700
     Index terms: Lorraine, house of; France

The Jewish leadership of Theresienstadt: culture, identity and politics. Kavanaugh, Sarah
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1945
     Index terms: Culture, in Czechoslovakia; Jews, in Czechoslovakia; Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia; Identity, in Czechoslovakia; Czechoslovakia; Politics, in Czechoslovakia

The Limousin masons of Paris, 1848-1914. Silver, Kiva R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1914
     Index terms: Masons, Limousin; France; Paris; Limousin, France

The Protestant interest and foreign policy in Britain and Hanover, 1719-36. Thompson, A.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1719–1736
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Hanover; Hanover, and Britain; Protestants; Foreign policy

The regulation of midwifery practices in England and Denmark in the 18th century: a comparative study in the social history of medicine. Folkerson, Helle
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Honeyman, Katrina
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Denmark, and England; Midwifery, in England and Denmark; Medicine

The release of gulag prisoners and the political culture of the Khrushchev era, 1953-64. Dobson, Miriam J.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Morrissey, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964
     Index terms: Gulags, in the U.S.S.R.; Political culture, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971), Soviet politician

The role of women in the maritime community of the Åland Isles during the 20th century. Hagmark, Hanna
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Starkey, David J.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Åland Isles, Finland; Women, in Finland; Finland
     Categories: Social history; Gender and Women; 20th Century

The separation and consolidation of land ownership in pre-1917 and post-1985 Russia. Skyner, L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Russia; Landowning, in Russia and the U.S.S.R.

The war in the dark: the service and the Abwehr, 1940-4. Wilson, E.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Andrew, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944
     Index terms: Intelligence, German; Germany; Abwehr; World War II (1939-45)

'Trait d'union': the history of the French relief organization Secours National/Entraide Française under the Third Republic, the Vichy regime and the early Fourth Republic, 1939-49. Kulok, Jan S.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert N.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1949
     Index terms: Fourth Republic, in France; Third Republic, in France; France; Secours National/Entraide Française; Relief organizations; Vichy regime

Virtue, sociability and the history of mankind: Iselin's contribution to the Swiss and European Enlightenment. Kapossy, B.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Hont, Istvan
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800
     Index terms: Iselin, Isaac (1728-82), Swiss philosopher and essayist; Switzerland; Enlightenment, in Switzerland

Wars of paper: communication and polemic in early 17th-century Venice. De Vivo, F.L.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Burke, U. Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1620
     Index terms: Polemic, in Venice; Communication, in Venice; Venice; Italy

Women and society in the Romanian principalities, 1750-1850. Jianu, Angela
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Rendall, Jane L.; Cubitt, Geoffrey T.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1850
     Index terms: Women, in Romania; Romania
     Categories: Gender and Women; 18th-19th Century

Women incarcerated: the Maison de Force of the Salpetrière in Paris. Moreton, Isabel W.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Briggs, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1789
     Index terms: Maison de Force; Punishment, of women, in France; Salpetrière, Paris; Women, in France; France; Paris
     Categories: Legal history; Gender and Women; 17th Century; 18th Century

2004

'Above the battlefield': art for art's sake and pacifism in the First World War. Brockington, Grace E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Art, Artists; Pacifism; World War I

A comparative study of the social memories of Oradour-sur-Glane and 17 October 1961. Frew, Jane L.
     M.A., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1961
     Index terms: Commemoration; France; Oradour-sur-Glane, massacre (10 June 1944); Paris massacre (17 October 1961)

Anarchy, order and the politics of moral theology: censuring the French confessional right, 1924-34. Watson, Peter
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Ollerenshaw, Philip G.; Thomas, Martin C.R.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1934
     Index terms: France; Moral theology, in France; Right, religious, in France; Religion, in France

British perceptions of the wartime oppression of non-Jewish nationalities under Nazi occupation, 1939-45: the Jewish Holocaust in context. Rogers, Barbara
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Hist. & Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Rubinstein, William D.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany; Germany; Nazis, see National Socialists; Holocaust; Jews, in Germany

British policy and the occupation of Austria, 1945-55. Williams, Warren W.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Pritchard, Gareth D.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Index terms: Occupation, of Austria; Austria, and Britain

Confronting the 'conspiracy': ideology, diplomacy and propaganda in Hitler's crusade against international Bolshevism, 1919-43. Waddington, Lorna L.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Spiers, Edward M.; Waddington, Geoffrey T.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1943
     Index terms: Ideology, National Socialist; Diplomacy, National Socialist; Propaganda, National Socialist; Germany; Bolsheviks, Bolshevism; Hitler, Adolf, (1889-1945), German dictator; National Socialists, National Socialism

'De la musique nègre au jazz français': African-American music and musicians in inter-war France. Fry, Andy M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Music, African-American, in France; African-American music, in France; France

Early debates about 'industrie': Voltaire and his contemporaries, c.1750-1778. Schui, Florian H.W.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1778
     Index terms: Voltaire (François Marie Arouet) (1694-1778), French writer; France; Literature, in France

Forgotten lives: the role of Anna, Ol'ga and Mariia Ul'ianova in the Russian Revolution, 1864-1937. Turton, Katy
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1864–1937
     Index terms: Ulíanova, Olga Ilínichna (1871-91), sister of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin; Ulíanova-Elizarova, Anna Ilínichna (1864-1935), sister of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin; Russian Revolution (1917); Russia; Ul'ianova, Mariia Il'inichna (1878-1937), sister of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

From the ghetto to the Conservatoire: the professionalisation of Jewish cantors in the Austro-Hungarian empire, 1826-1918. Schmidt, Esther
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1826–1918
     Index terms: Jews, in the Austro-Hungarian empire; Austria-Hungary; Empire, Austro-Hungarian; Music, vocal; Conservatoire

Huguenot general assemblies in France, 1579-1622. Lorimer, Emma M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence W.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1579–1622
     Index terms: Huguenots, in France; France

Identity and image: refugee artists from Nazi Germany in Britain, 1933-45. Vinzent, Jutta
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: National Socialists, in Germany; Germany; Refugees, German; Artists, German

Italian anarchists in London, 1870-1914. Dipaola, Pietro
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1683–1783
     Index terms: Italy, and London; Anarchists, Anarchism, Italian, in London; London

Literary academia in late imperial Russia, 1870s-1910s: rituals of self-representation. Byford, Andy A.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1920
     Index terms: Self-representation, in Russia; Academia, literary, in Russia; Russia

Medical students in England and France, 1815-58: a comparative study. Palluault, Florent P.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pelling, Margaret H.; Harris, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1858
     Index terms: Medicine; France; Education, higher, medical; Education, higher, medical, in France; Medicine, in France

Nature and the city: spectacle and film propaganda in new towns in fascist Italy, 1930-9. Caprotti, Federico
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1939
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism, in Italy; Italy; Film propaganda, in Italy; New towns, in Italy

Paths of Jewish integration: upper-middle-class families in 19th-century France, Italy and England. Levi d’Ancona, Luisa
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Middle classes, Jewish, in Italy; Jews; in France; in Italy; France; Middle classes, Jewish; Middle classes, Jewish, in France; Italy; Integration, Jewish; in France; in Italy

The brotherhood of thieves: how the culture of the vory v zakone changed from the 1920s to the 1950s. Barksby, Kelly
     Ph.D., Keele. (Hist.). Supervised by Galeotti, mark
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1960
     Index terms: Organised crime, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, see also Russia; Vory v zakone, in the U.S.S.R.

The debate about women and its socio-cultural background in early modern Venice. Dialeti, Androniki
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Black, Christopher F.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Venice, Italy; Women, in Italy; Italy
     Categories: Gender and Women; Cultural history; Social history; 15th Century; 16th Century; 17th Century

The fashions of the Florentine court: wearing, making and buying clothing, 1560-1620. Currie, Elizabeth L.
     Ph.D., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1620
     Index terms: Italy; Florence, Italy; Fashion, in Italy; Court, Florentine

The foiled quest for a democratic factory order: a study in factory relations in Petrograd during the Russian civil war, 1918-21. Lyu, Hansu
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Stephen A.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1921
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Civil War, Russian (1918-21); Factory relations, in the U.S.S.R.; see also Russia; Petrograd, U.S.S.R.

The fruits of daring diplomacy: the making of the Moscow Treaty, 12 August 1970. von Dannenberg, Julia
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Pogge von Strandmann, Hartmut J.O.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1970
     Index terms: Germany, and the U.S.S.R.; Moscow Treaty (1970); Diplomacy, Russo-German; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Germany

The political cartoon during fascism's rise to power in Italy, 1919-25: context, function and significance. Mascha, Efharis
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1925
     Index terms: Fascism, in Italy; Satire, graphic, in Italy; Cartoons, political, in Italy; Italy

The politics of working class communism in Greece, 1918-36. Ghakis, Anastasis
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1936
     Index terms: Class, social, in Greece; Greece; Communism, in Greece; Working classes, in Greece

The prison in Malta: 1850-70 and 1931-51. Scicluna, Sandra
     Ph.D., Leicester.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1951
     Index terms: Prisons, in Malta; Malta

The rise and fall of the falcon: the Sokol gymnastics movement in Czech and Czechoslovak politics, 1862-1955. Dimond, Mark J.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.). Supervised by Lewis, Jill J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948
     Index terms: Gymnastics, in Czechoslovakia; Sokol programme, in Czechoslovakia; Czechoslovakia

The Special Operations Executive in Norway, 1940-5: policy and operations in the strategic and political context. Herrington, Ian
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Ryan, David
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1945
     Index terms: Norway; S.O.E.; Special Operations Executive; World War II

The survival of the mandarin tradition in German universities. Shrivastava, Anindya
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–2000
     Index terms: Mandarin tradition, in Germany; Education, higher, in Germany; Universities, in Germany

The Venetian Inquisition and aspects of 'otherness': Judaizers, Muslim and Christian converts (16th-17th century). Plakotos, Georgios
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Black, Christopher F.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Jews, in Venice; Italy; Venice, Italy; Muslims, in Venice; Inquisition, in Venice; Christian converts, in Venice

Verdi and German culture, 1871-1945. Kreuzer, Gundula K.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1945
     Index terms: Italy, and Germany; Verdi, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco (1813-1901), Italian composer; Germany, and Italy; Culture, German

Viennese theatre and constructions of Austrian identity, 1918-38. Pyrah, Robert M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1938
     Index terms: Vienna, Austria; Identity, Austrian; Austria; Theatre, Viennese

2005

An unprecedented occupation - the British Control Commission in Germany, 1949-55. von Seherr-Thoss, Benedikta
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1955
     Index terms: British Control Commission, Germany; Germany, and Britain; Occupation, of Germany

Architects, engineers, and instruments: technology and the book in late Renaissance Europe. Marr, Alexander J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1640
     Index terms: Engineering, Renaissance; Technology, Renaissance; Architecture, Renaissance; Books, Renaissance; Renaissance

Aspects of Portuguese rule in the Arabian Gulf, 1521-1622. al Salman, Mohammed
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.). Supervised by Goski, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1521–1622
     Index terms: Portugal, and the Arabian Gulf; Arabian Gulf, Portuguese
     Categories: Asia and Middle East; 16th Century; 17th Century

A study of Spanish intellectuals during the political transition. Pecourt, Juan
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Soc. & Pol. Sc.). Supervised by Thompson, John B.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1990
     Index terms: Intellectuals, in Spain; Spain

Attitudes to race and gender in France during World War I. Cockburn, Joshua
     Ph.D., Wales. (Cardiff Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Passmore, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: France; Gender, in France; Race, in France; World War I

Between assimilation and transnationalism: a socio-cultural case study of Spanish migration to Hampshire and Dorset, 1950s-70s. Pozo-Gutiérrez, Alicia
     Ph.D., Southampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970
     Index terms: Dorset; Hampshire; Migration, Spanish; Spain; Assimilation

Bourgeois consumption: food, space and identity in London and Paris, 1850-1914. Rich, Rachel
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.). Supervised by Crossick, Geoffrey J.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914
     Index terms: Consumption; in Paris; Space; in Paris; London; Paris; Identity; in Paris; Middle classes; in Paris

Britain and the transfer of the Germans from east central Europe, 1939-47. Frank, Matthew J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Crampton, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1947
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain

British intelligence and the German army, 1914-18. Beach, James M.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Military, German; Intelligence, military; Germany

Cardinal Richelieu: a study in power and patronage. Haslett, Sarah
     M.A., Gloucestershire. (Hum.). Supervised by Knecht, Robert J.; Richards, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1614–1642
     Index terms: Power, political, in France; Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis (1585-1642), Cardinal; France; Patronage, political, in France

Central voices from the margins: Hannah Arendt, Eva G. Reichmann, Eleonore Sterling, Selma Stern-Täubler and German-Jewish traditions in the 20th century. Dalby, Hannah-Villette
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Roemer, Nils
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1955
     Index terms: Stern-Täubler, Selma (1890-1981); Reichmann, Eva (1897-1998); Sterling, Eleonore (1925-68); Arendt, Hannah (1906-75), historian and political philosopher; Jews, German; Germany; Women writers

Centrists in central France, 1919-39. Van de Weyer, Aidan
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Vinen, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Centrists, Centrism, in France; France

Cholera in Saratov, 1892-1910. Henze, Charlotte E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jahn, Hubertus F.
     Chronological coverage: 1892–1910
     Index terms: Russia; Saratov, Russia; Cholera

Culture, tourism and fascism in Venice, 1919-45. Longo, Stefania
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1945
     Index terms: Tourism, in Venice; Culture, in Venice; Venice, Italy; Italy; Fascism, in Venice

Dissection, discipline and urban transformation: anatomy at the University of Vienna, 1845-1914. Buklijas, Tatjana
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. & Phil. of Sc.). Supervised by Hopwood, Nick D.
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1914
     Index terms: Universities, Vienna; Vienna, Austria; Austria; Anatomy, teaching of; Education, higher, in Austria

Eccentricity and the cultural imagination in 19th-century France. Gill, Miranda
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Cultural imagination, in France; Eccentricity, in France; France

Education and socialisation in the G.D.R. Brock, Angela
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German). Supervised by Fulbrook, Mary J.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: see also Germany; German Democratic Republic; Socialisation, in Germany; Education, in Germany

Esprit public in the Haute-Garonne, 1804-30: propaganda, influence and dissent in the cultural institutions of the Empire and Restoration. Nathan, Smitha
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hufton, Olwen
     Chronological coverage: 1804–1830
     Index terms: Culture, in France; Propaganda, in France; Restoration, in France; Haute-Garonne, France; France

Exile, identity and memory: representations of Spanish republicans in the south-west of France. Soo, Gregory S.
     D.Phil., Sussex. Supervised by Kedward, H. Roderick
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1975
     Index terms: Exile, Spanish; Republicans, in Spain; Spain, and France; Identity, Spanish; France, and Spain; Memory, in Spain

Fight with us, women, and we will emancipate you: France, the F.L.N. and the struggle over women during the Algerian War of National Liberation, 1954-69. Seferdjeli, Ryme
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E.)
     Chronological coverage: 1954–1969
     Index terms: Women, in Algeria; Algerian war (1954-62); Algeria, and France; F.L.N., see Front de Libération Nationale; France, and Algeria; Front de Libération Nationale
     Categories: International history; Gender and Women; Military/naval history; Political history; World; 20th Century

Foreigners in the German Democratic Republic. Mac con Uladh, Damian
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German). Supervised by Fulbrook, Mary J.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: G.D.R., see German Deomcratic Republic; German Democratic Republic; Foreigners, in the G.D.R.

From the European Defence Community to the Western European Union: a comparative study of France and Italy, 1950-5. Risso, Linda
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Pollard, J.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1955
     Index terms: European Union; France, and Italy; European Defence Community; Italy, and France

Images of the ‘new woman’: the professional woman in Weimar Germany. Guest, Sarah A.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Weimar republic (1919-33); Women, professional, in Germany; Germany

Institutional culture and the government of Siberia, c.1598-c.1725. Witzenrath, Christoph
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Frost, Robert I.
     Chronological coverage: 1598–1725
     Index terms: Government, in Siberia; Siberia, Russia; Russia; Culture, institutional, in Siberia

Italian fascism and the British-Italian community, 1928-43: experience and memory. Wright, Richard
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, H. Stuart; Vernon, N. James
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1943
     Index terms: Italians, in Britain; Italy, and Britain; Fascism, in Italy

Landscape and society in Twente and Utrecht: a geography of Dutch country estates, c.1800-1950. Smeets, Elyze A.C.
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1950
     Index terms: Estates, country, in the Netherlands; Geography, in the Netherlands; Society, in the Netherlands; Landscape, in the Netherlands; Netherlands, see also Low Countries; Utrecht, Netherlands; Twente, Netherlands

'Le communisme aux champs': the French Communist party, agricultural workers and the Popular Front farm strikes. Bulaitis, John
     M.Phil., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Sassoon, Donald
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1938
     Index terms: Strikes, rural, in France; Agricultural workers, in France; Communists, Communism, Communist party, in France; France; Popular Front, in France

Living dictatorship: everyday life in fascist Venice, 1929-40. Ferris, Catherine
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Jonathan
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1940
     Index terms: Dictatorship, in Italy; Italy; Venice; Fascists, Fascism, in Italy

Lyon publishing in the age of Catholic revival, 1565-1600. Hall, Matthew I.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1565–1600
     Index terms: Publishing, in France; France; Lyon, France; Roman Catholicism

Making Spaniards: National-Catholicism and the nationalisation of the masses during the dictatorship of Primo De Rivera, 1923-30. Quiroga, Alejandro
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1930
     Index terms: Spain; Dictatorship, in Spain; Nationalisation, in Spain; Roman Catholicism, in Spain; Primo de Rivera, Miguel (1870-1930), Spanish general and politician

Marie Le Masson Le Golft, 1749-1826: 18th-century educator, historian and natural philosopher. O'Connor, Bridgette Byrd
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence W.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1769–1826
     Index terms: Le Masson Le Golft, Marie (1749-1826), French historian and natural philosopher; France

Memories and positionalities: Holocaust memory, migration and ‘otherness’ in renationalised Germany. Seidel-Arpaci, Annette
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1989–2000
     Index terms: Commemoration, Holocaust; Germany; Holocaust

Nationalism and schooling in Piedmont, Italy, 1700-1900. Chilosi, David
     Ph.D., Surrey.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Piedmont, Italy; Italy; Nationalism, in Italy; Education, in Italy

Nazis into Germans: re-education and democratisation in the British and French occupation zones, 1945-9. Torriani, Riccarda
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Germany, and France; World War II; France, and Germany; Occupation, Allied, of Germany; National Socialists, in Germany; Germany, and Britain; Democratisation, in Germany

'Neutral' Sweden's covert preparations for wartime military co-operation with the West during the Cold War, and why they withered over time. Dalsjo, Mans R.A.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970
     Index terms: Foreign policy, Swedish; Sweden; Cold War

Not without honour: Paris Bordon in 16th-century Venice and beyond. Jackson, Alexandra
     Ph.D., Aberdeen. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1515–1570
     Index terms: Art, Artists, in Italy; Italy; Venice; Bordon, Paris (1495-1570), Italian painter

Patriotic heterotopias: architecture, city and the nation (Italy, 1861-1911). Godfrey, Sara E.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1911
     Index terms: City, in Italy; Architecture, in Italy; Italy

Perceptions of poison: defining the poisonous in early modern France. Normand, Silje H.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Poisons, Poisoning, in France; France

Popular occultism in late imperial Russia. Mannherz, Julia C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jahn, Hubertus F.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1917
     Index terms: Occultism, in Russia; Russia

Rebuilding Albert, 1918-32: remembrance and reconstruction on the Western Front. Tomlinson, Matthew
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan I.; Bessel, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1932
     Index terms: Commemoration; Western Front; World War I

Regime versus people? Public opinion and the development of sport and popular music in the G.D.R., 1961-89. Wilton, Daniel J.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. German). Supervised by Fulbrook, Mary J.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1989
     Index terms: Public opinion, in Germany; Music, popular, in Germany; German Democratic Republic; Sport, in Germany

Reich, religion and dynasty: the policy of Saxony under elector Johann Georg I, 1629-31. Phelps, Dominic
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Frost, Robert I.
     Chronological coverage: 1629–1631
     Index terms: Religion, in Saxony; Johann Georg I (1585-1656), Elector of Saxony; Germany; Saxony; Dynasty, in Saxony

Rival representations of the people during the French Popular Front, 1934-9. Irons, Jessica R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1939
     Index terms: Popular Front, in France; France

Sensibility and the rhetoric of travel writing: representations of England in German travel accounts, 1783-1830. Martin, Alison E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (German). Supervised by Whaley, Joachim
     Chronological coverage: 1783–1830
     Index terms: Germany, and England; Travel writing; Travel writing, in Germany

Serving the greater cause: aspects of the religious thinking of Prosper Guéranger (1805-75). Bowen, Judith M.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Cubitt, Geoffrey T.
     Chronological coverage: 1825–1875
     Index terms: Religious thought, of Prosper Guéranger; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church; Guéranger, Prosper Louis Pascal (1805-75); France

Staged memories: French and Italian Holocaust films and their reception, 1956-98. Lichtner, Giacomo
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Laven, David S.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1998
     Index terms: Italy; Film, in Italy; France; Film, in France; Holocaust, on film

Stalin's last frontier: the Soviet Arctic in the 1930s Glavsevmorput' and the northern sea route. Trautman, Linda
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Arctic, Soviet; Glavsevmorput'; Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet dictator

State legislation on family and social policy in Bulgaria, 1918-44. Baloutzova, Svetla V.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Szreter, Simon R.S.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1944
     Index terms: Family policy, see Policy; Policy, social, in Bulgaria; Social policy, see Policy; Family, in Bulgaria; Bulgaria; Policy, family, in Bulgaria

Struggling to protest: the Italian Communist Party and the protest cycle, 1972-7. Edwards, Philip
     Ph.D., Salford.
     Chronological coverage: 1972–1977
     Index terms: Protest, in Italy; Communism, Communist party, in Italy; Italy

Terror and dissent: towards the social structures of popular protest in the Third Reich, 1941-5. Miller, Simon J.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1945
     Index terms: Germany; Popular protest, in Germany; Third Reich

The beginning of the Habsburg Counter-Reformation: the case of the Tyrol. Chisholm, Michael A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1570
     Index terms: Counter-Reformation; Habsburg empire; Tyrol

The British government, the newspapers and the German problem, 1937-9. Meznar, Michael
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Williamson, Philip A.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1939
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain; Press, newspaper; Government

The chances of survival: personal risk assessment and attitudes to death among German and British soldiers in the Great War, 1914-18. Watson, Alexander
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Great War, see World War I (1914-18); Death; World War I (1914-18); Germany

The Cosmographia of Sebastian Münster. McLean, Matthew
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, F. Bruce
     Chronological coverage: 1544–1544
     Index terms: Cosmographia (1544), of Sebastian Münster; Münster, Sebastian (1488-1552)

The development of the concept of authority within the Russian Orthodox church. Petrenko, Vitali
     Ph.D., Durham. (Theol.). Supervised by Louth, A.
     Chronological coverage: 988–2000
     Index terms: Russia; Orthodox church, in Russia; Religion, in Russia

The failure of Catalanist opposition to Franco, 1939-50. Guell Ampuero, Casilda
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1950
     Index terms: Franco, Francisco (1892-1975), Spanish dictator; Spain; Catalonia

The ghost in France: theory and narrative, 1546-1614. Chesters, Timothy
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1546–1614
     Index terms: Ghosts, in France; France

The Hungarian Social Democrats and the British Labour party, 1944-8. Jodah, Ullin
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.). Supervised by Swain, Geoffrey R.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1970
     Index terms: Labour party; Social Democrats, in Hungary; Hungary

The idea of Germany in religious, educational and cultural thought in England, c.1830-1865. Ledger-Lomas, Michael C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Parry, Jonathan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1865
     Index terms: Education, and Germany; Religious thought, concerning Germany; Germany, and England; Cultural thought, concerning Germany

The impact of Dutch Cartesian medical reformers in early Enlightenment German culture, 1680-1720. Munt, Anette H.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C.)
     Chronological coverage: 1680–1720
     Index terms: Cartesianism; Culture, in Germany; Germany, and Netherlands; Medical reform, Dutch; Enlightenment, in Germany; Netherlands, and Germany

The information service: British diplomats and consuls in Italy, 1861-70. Wright, Owain
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Blinkhorn, R. Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1870
     Index terms: Consuls, in Italy; Italy; Diplomats, diplomacy; Foreign relations, with Italy

The invention of free trade and protectionism in France, 1814-51. Todd, François-David
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Rothschild, E.
     Chronological coverage: 1814–1851
     Index terms: Protectionism, in France; France; Free trade, in France; Trade, in Frrance

The Italian occupation of Syros and its socio-economic impact, 1941-3. Lecoeur, Sheila F.
     Ph.D., London. (Birkbeck Hist.). Supervised by Mazower, Mark A.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1943
     Index terms: Greece, and Italy; Occupation, Italian, of Syros; Syros, Greece; Italy, and Greece; World War II

The Metaxas dictatorship and Greek Jewry, 1936-41. Lagos, Katerina
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clogg, Richard R.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1941
     Index terms: Dictatorship, Greek; Metaxas, Yanni (1870-1941), Greek dictator; Greece; Jews, in Greece

The political ideology of the French Front National in the 1980s and 1990s: the influence of Catholic Integrisme and the Nouvelle Droite. McCulloch, Thomas A.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1980–2000
     Index terms: Political ideology, in France; Front National, in France; France; Right, political, in France; Roman Catholic church, in France

The politics of toleration: dissenters in Great Poland, 1587-1648. Wilson, Katherine A.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Friedrich, Karin
     Chronological coverage: 1587–1648
     Index terms: Dissent, in Poland; Toleration, in Poland; Poland

The reception of the works of Baron d'Holbach in France, 1752-89. Curran, Mark D.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.
     Chronological coverage: 1752–1789
     Index terms: France; d'Holbach, Paul-Henri Thiry (1723-89), Baron d'Holbach, philosopher and writer; Philosophy, in France

The Russian Socialist Revolutionary party in emigration in Prague, 1919-39. White, Elizabeth
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Russian Socialist Revolutionary party; Prague; Czechoslovakia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Czechoslovakia

The transformation of taste in Germany and England, 1797-1858. Winter, Emma L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Blanning, Timothy C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1858
     Index terms: Taste; Taste, in Germany; Germany

The Wilson government and the Colonels’ Greece, 1967-70. Maragkou, Konstantina
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Haslam, J.G.
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1970
     Index terms: Wilson, (James) Harold, Baron Wilson of Rievaulx (1916-95), prime minister; Colonels, Greek; Greece, and Britain

Three French writers, the Académie Française and experience of Vichy. Peel, Patsy
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Lentin, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945
     Index terms: Vichy regime (1940-4); Académie Française; France

Ulrich von Hutten: knight, humanist and reformer, 1519-20. Linton, Christine Milford
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Gordon, Federick B.
     Chronological coverage: 1519–1520
     Index terms: von Hutten, Ulrich (1488-1523), knight and Protestant reformer

Uncertain frontiers: the oral history of Galicia, 1918-39. Zygadlo, Mark
     M.Phil., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Spain; Oral histor, in Spain; Galicia

Unmasking the revels: medium and message in the 'popular' music culture of 16th-century Venice. Fellner-Simpson, Yifat
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Music, 'popular', in Italy; Venice, Italy

Writing the nation: the contribution of writers to the shaping of a national identity in 19th-century Germany and Flanders. Schnitker, Anna J.
     Ph.D., Edinburgh. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Identity, national, in Flanders; Germany; Identity, national, in Germany; Flanders; Literature, in Germany; Literature, in Flanders

2006

A comparison of youth policies in Vichy France and Nazi Germany. Harrison, Victoria L.
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany; Germany, and France; Youth policy, in Vichy France; France, and Germany; Youth policy, in Nazi Germany; Vichy France

A history of Bulgaria’s environmental movement. Tejada, Matthew S.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000

A history of numerical modelling, exploring how computerisation caused changing practices of making of evidence in the physical sciences: astronomy in Louvain, Belgium, and crystallography in the U.K., 1930s-60s. Mols, Sandra
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist. of Sc., Tech. & Med.)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1970
     Index terms: Astronomy, in Belgium; Physical sciences; Louvain, Belgium; Computing; Numerical modelling; Belgium; Crystallography

A liberal turn? War crimes trials and West German public opinion in the 1960s. Sharples, Caroline L.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1970
     Index terms: Public opinion, in Germany; War crimes trials; Germany

An assessment of the domestic impact of the Moscow Helsinki group, 1976-82. Hornsby, R.
     M.A., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1976–1982
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Moscow; Helsinki group; Human rights, in the U.S.S.R.

Anglo-German relations in the E.C./E.U., 1979-97. An, Pyeong-Eok
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1979–1997
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Germany; Foreign policy, of Germany; Germany, and England; European Community; European Union

'A person does not always look like himself': the visual representation of Russian writers, 1860-99. Minns, Emma
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1899
     Index terms: Writers, in Russia; Russia

A Russian patriot in Soviet Russia: the model officer, Zhukov and military-political relations in the Soviet Union, 1952-7. Andy, J.
     M.A., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1952–1957
     Index terms: Zhukov, Georgi Konstantinovich (1896-1974), Soviet general; Patriotism, in the U.S.S.R.; Military, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Astronomy and astrophysics in Spain, 1850-1914. Ruiz Castell, Pedro
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914

Bavarian diplomacy during the rule of Elector Ferdinand Maria: the interaction of a German Electorate with imperial and foreign power politics. Bangert, Anette
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1651–1679
     Index terms: Foreign policy, of Bavaria; Germany; Ferdinand Maria (1636-79), elector of Bavaria; Bavaria; Diplomacy, in Bavaria

Belgium, a Little Britain on the continent: the British perception of Belgium, 1830-70. François, Pieter
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1870
     Index terms: Belgium, and Britain

Britain and the Holocaust, then and now. Bunting, Aimee
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2000
     Index terms: Holocaust, and Britain

British intellectuals and the Weimar republic. Storer, Colin
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Intellectuals, and Germany; Weimar republic (1919-33); Germany

British intelligence in the Peninsular War. Davies, Huw J.
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1814
     Index terms: Intelligence, military; Peninsular War (1808-14)

British travellers and the rediscovery of Sicily: 16th-19th centuries. Davis, Lydia
     Ph.D., Southampton Solent.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1900

Catholics and anti-Semitism in Germany and England, 1918-39. Ehret, Ulrike C.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Germany; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Germany; Catholics, see Roman Catholics; Germany; Anti-Semitism; Anti-Semitism, in Germany

Christian Thomasius (1655-1728): reform and education. Führer, Ursula
     M.Res., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1655–1728
     Index terms: Thomasius, Christian (1655-1728), German philosopher; Education, in Germany

Condemned pasts: a topography of memory for Le Nuove prison, Turin. Chiari, Eleanor Canright
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1897

Continuity and change in Soviet and Russian ballistic missile defence policies, 1969-2002. Evans, Nicole C.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–2002
     Index terms: Ballistic missile defence policies, in the U.S.S.R. and Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Creating a ’public’ in St. Petersburg, 1703-61. Keenan, Paul
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.)
     Chronological coverage: 1703–1761
     Index terms: St. Petersburg, Russia; Russia, see also Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Russia

Creative impulses in early 20th-century German dance. Kew, Carole
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1920
     Index terms: Dance, in Germany; Germany

Crime, law and order in Sicily and southern Italy during the Allied occupation, 1943-5. Williams, Isobel K.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea)
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1945
     Index terms: Crime, in Sicily; Law, in Sicily; Sicily; Italy; Order, in Sicily; Occupation, Allied, of Italy

Death in East Germany, 1945-90. Schulz, Felix
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990
     Index terms: Death, in Germany; Germany

Drawings, dining and display in Mantua, 1500-50. Taylor, Valerie
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1550
     Index terms: Display, in Italy; Art, Artists, in Italy; Mantua; Italy; Dining, in Italy

Dying for home: the medicine and politics of nostalgia in 19th-century France. O’Sullivan, Lisa G.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900

Dying for the Fatherland: the remembrance of fallen German-Jewish World War I soldiers, 1914-70. Grady, Timothy L.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1970
     Index terms: First World War, see World War I (1914-18); World War I (1914-18); Commemoration, in Germany; Jewish soldiers, in Germany; Germany; Germany, see also German Democratic Republic

Entre contrainte et libération du corps: l'éducation physique scolaire publique suisse en quête d'une identité, 1800-1930. Bussard, Jean-Claude
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1930
     Index terms: Education, in Switzerland; Switzerland

Geist und Kultur: the metaphysical idea of Reich in Weimar's 'Conservative Revolution'. Nedzynski, Nicholas
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Weimar republic (1919-33); Reich; Germany

Gestapo informants in Nazi Germany and the occupied territories, 1933-45. Hall, Claire M.
     Ph.D., Hull. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Nazis, see National Socialists; Germany; Gestapo informants, in German occupied territories; National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany

Governance and reform in the Spanish Atlantic world, c.1760-1810. Paquette, G.B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1810
     Index terms: Governance, Spanish; Atlantic world, Spanish; Spain

Greece, Balkan games and Balkan politics in the inter-war years, 1929-39. Kissoudi, Penelope
     Ph.D., De Montfort.
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1939
     Index terms: Politics, in the Balkans; Balkans, and Greece; Greece, and the Balkans

Historical culture, conflicting memories and identities in post-Soviet Estonia. Wulf, Meike
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1990–2005

Images of Constantinople in Russian history. Aylett, Katharine S.
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Russia, and Constantinople; Constantinople, and Russia

Jansenism (1640-1713): an historico-theological account, with special reference to one 20th-century response. Simmonds, G.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Div.)
     Chronological coverage: 1640–1950
     Index terms: Theology; Religion; Jansenism

Leadership and European integration: a comparative historical analysis, 1955-7, 1969-73, 1990-7. Vogt, Roland
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Int. Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1997
     Index terms: European integration

Local government in the Bas-Languedoc, 1789-1801. Duck, Roger J.
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1801
     Index terms: Bas-Languedoc; Local government, in France; France

Making Francoism: repression and complicity in Los Pedroches (Cordoba), 1939-53. Anderson, Peter
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1953
     Index terms: Franco, Francisco (1892-1975), Spanish dictator; Repression, in Spain; Spain; Los Pedroches (Cordoba), Spain

Mapping Farnese Rome: the urban planning process and projects under Pope Paul III, 1534-49. De Michelis, Antonella
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld)
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1549
     Index terms: Farnese, Alessandro (1520-89), cardinal and pope; Urban planning, in Rome; Rome; Papacy; Italy; Paul III, pope, see Farnese

Material culture, shopkeepers and artisans in 16th-century Siena. Hohti, Paula S.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Artisans, in Italy; Material culture, in Italy; Italy; Siena; Shops, shopkeepers, in Italy

Monarchy, republic and empire: Irish public opinion and France, c.1787-1804. Gillen, Ultán
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1787–1804

Nationalism, colonialism and archaeological practice in Cyprus. Michael, Angela S.
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: Archaeology, in Cyprus; Colonialism, in Cyprus; Nationalism, in Cyprus; Cyprus

Naval power and state modernisation: Spanish shipbuilding policy in the 18th century. Valdez Bubnov, I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: State, modernisation of, in Spain; Naval power, in Spain; Shipbuilding, in Spain; Spain

'Never before of any man seene or knowen'? Sixteenth-century French experience and concept of the New World. Edwards, Joanne R.
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: New World, and France; France, and the New World

Occupation, resistance and white terror in two Greek villages: the local origins of the civil war. Sarafis, Evangelia
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1949
     Index terms: Civil War, Greek (1944-9); Greece; Occupation, of Greece

Orangist movement in the Netherlands, 1650-1702. Stern, Jillian D.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Dutch)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1702
     Index terms: Orangist movement, in the Netherlands; Netherlands

Portaying the unknown, picturing the unseen? Portraits of women in late 15th- and 16th-century Venice. Scherf, B.-S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1480–1520
     Index terms: Art, Artists, in Venice; Venice; Women, in Venice; Italy
     Categories: Gender and Women; Art and Architecture; Medieval; 15th Century; 16th Century

Public health in Germany under Soviet and Allied occupation, 1943-7. Reinisch, Jessica
     Ph.D., London. (Imperial Hist. of Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1947
     Index terms: Occupation, Allied, of Germany; Germany, occupied; Health, see also Public health; Occupation, Soviet, of Germany; Public health, Public healthcare, in Germany; U.S.S.R., and Germany

Queues, complaints, dissatisfaction: politics and culture of consumption in the German Democratic Republic, 1970-90. Schroder, Christina
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1990
     Index terms: Consumption, in the German Democratic Republic; German Democratic Republic

Regime changes, public memory and the pursuit of justice: the case of German-speaking Jews in Bukovina, 1920-60. Weber, Petru
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1960

Relations between workers and the Communist party in Moscow, 1920-4. Pirani, Simon
     Ph.D., Essex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1924
     Index terms: Communist party, in Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, see also Russia; Moscow; Workers, in the U.S.S.R.

'Rescuing' Wagner: the cultural politics of set design in Germany, 1924-38. Boldry, Isabel
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1938
     Index terms: Set design, in Germany; Germany; Opera, in Germany; Wagner, (Wilhelm) Richard (1813-83), German composer

Science, identity and urban reinvention in a mercantile city-state: the associational culture of 19th-century Frankfurt am Main. Sakurai, Ayako
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Associational culture, in Frankfurt; Frankfurt am Main; Germany; Science; Urban identity, in Frankfurt

Science in propaganda and popular culture in the U.S.S.R. under Khrushchev, 1953-64. Froggatt, Michael
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Science, in the U.S.S.R.; Propaganda, in the U.S.S.R.; Popular culture, in the U.S.S.R.; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971), Soviet politician

Shell-shock in First World War Britain : an intellectual and medical history, c.1860-c.1920. Loughran, Tracey
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1920

Sir Eyre Crowe and Foreign Office perceptions of Germany, 1918-25. Dunn, Jeffrey S.
     Ph.D., Liverpool John Moores. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1925
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Germany; Crowe, Sir Eyre Alexander Barby Wichart (1864-1925), diplomat; Germany, and Britain; Foreign Office

Slaughter or sacrifice? The religious rhetoric of blood sacrifice in the British and German armies, 1914-19. Porter, Patrick
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1919

Soviet policy towards Turkey, 1944-6. Beytullayev, El'vis
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1946
     Index terms: Turkey, and the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Turkey; Foreign policy, of the U.S.S.R.

Spanish national identity redefined: the erosion of cultural autarky under Franco, c.1953-1966. Stuart, Thomas
     Ph.D., West of England. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1966
     Index terms: Franco, Francisco (1892-1975), Spanish dictator; Spain; Identity, national, in Spain; Cultural autarky, in Spain

Studies in the patronage of Sebastiano del Piombo at Rome. Baker-Bates, P.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1505–1547
     Index terms: Italy; Rome; Sebastiano del Piombo (1485/6-1547), Italian painter; Patronage, artistic, in Rome

Suicide in Weimar and Nazi Germany. Goeschel, C.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1945
     Index terms: Weimar republic (1919-33); National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany; Germany; Suicide, in Germany

The Athenian press on the Asia Minor campaign and disaster, 1919-22. Eglezou, Georgia
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1922
     Index terms: Greco-Turkish War (1919-22); Asia Minor campaign (1919-22); Greece, and Turkey; Turkey, and Greece; Athens; Press, newspaper, in Greece; Newspapers, see Press

The attitude of the Church of England towards Nazism and the German Church struggle, 1933-4. Blain, N.S.
     Ph.D., Wales.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1934

The British media and the plight of the Jews, 1933-45. Szczetnikowicz, Susan
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Jews, in Europe; Media

The clarinet in Portugal from its advent to the mid 19th century: composers, performers, repertoire. Gonçalves da Silva, Luis M.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1850

The classical gold standard in the European periphery: a case study of Austria-Hungary and Italy, 1870-1913. Morys, Ingo M.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1913

The culture of Russian and Soviet diplomacy, Lamsdorf to Litvinov, 1900-39. Kocho-Williams, Alastair M.
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1939

The defence of Madrid: the Spanish Communist Party in the Spanish Civil War (1936-9). Spencer, Amanda M.
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

The duke of York and the British army in the Low Countries, 1793-5. Watson, Martha
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1795
     Index terms: Frederick, Prince (1763-1827), duke of York and Albany; Military; Low Countries, see also Netherlands; Low Countries; York, duke of, see Frederick

The economic exploitation of the Generalgouvernement in Poland by the Third Reich, 1939-45. Schwaneberg, Sonja
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

The English churches and the plight of the Jews, 1933-45. Tastard, Revd. Terence
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Church, 20th cent., and Jews; Jews, in Europe

The forgotten patrons: the French governors of Milan, 1499-1522. Woodcock, Philippa
     Ph.D., London. (Queen Mary). Supervised by Welch, Evelyn
     Chronological coverage: 1499–1522
     Categories: 16th-17th Century; Medieval; Urban history; Political history; Imperial and colonial; Art and Architecture

The foundations of Europe: European integration ideas in France, Germany and Britain in the 1950s. Hoerber, T.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Int. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1960
     Index terms: Germany, and European integration; France, and European integration; European integration

The French Revolution and the secret du roi: diplomatic tradition, foreign policy and political culture in later 18th-century France, 1756-92. Savage, G.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1900
     Index terms: Diplomacy, in France; Revolution, see French Revolution; Foreign policy, of France; French Revolution (1789); Political culture, in France; France

The German army and the barbarisation of warfare on the Eastern Front, 1941-4. Terry, Nicholas
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1944
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Second World War, see World War II (1939-45); Army, see Military; Military, German; Eastern Front; Germany

'The Germans hold the key': Anglo-German relations and the second British approach to Europe, 1965-70. Philippe, H.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1970
     Index terms: Europe, and England; Germany, and England

The grand strategy of small states: the case of Greece's territorial enlargement, 1909-20. Fakiolas, Efstathios
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1920
     Index terms: Greece

The ‘guidebooks’ of Rome, 1510-1638. Hunt, Hilary A.
     M.Phil., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1510–1638

The Hungarian question in British foreign policy, 1848-67. Kotroczó, D.M.
     Ph.D., Bradford. (Eur. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1967
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Hungary; Hungary

The idea of education for the progress of society: an inquiry into its consolidation in 18th-century French and British educational thought. Gilead, Tal
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Education)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Education, in France; Education

The Italian M.S.I. during the post-war Italian republic, 1943-88. Keyse, Paola L.
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1988
     Index terms: M.S.I., see Movimento Sociale Italiano; Movimento Sociale Italiano; Italy

The Lateran pacts and the debates in the Italian Constituent Assembly, with reference to religious freedom and the consequences for religious minorities, 1946-8. Thomas, Huw M.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea)
     Chronological coverage: 1946–1948
     Index terms: Italian Constituent Assembly; Italy; Religious freedom, in Italy; Lateran pacts; Church, in Italy

The making of a pope: how Mauro Cappellari became pope Gregory XVI (1765-1831). Korten, Christopher
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1765–1831

The making of middle-class cultural identity: a comparative history of Leipzig’s Gewandhaus and Birmingham’s Triennial Festival, c.1780-1914. Pieper, Antje K.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1914
     Index terms: Cultural identity, in Germany; Leipzig, Gewandhaus; Germany; Middle classes; Cultural identity, in Birmingham; Middle classes, in Germany; Birmingham, Triennial Festival

The nation on display: re-presentations of French art, tradition and identity in 1937. Lonie, K.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist. of Art)
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1937
     Index terms: Tradition, in France; France; Art, Artists, in France; Identity, in France

The origins and development of an Anglo-French entente, 1902-14. Vallet, P.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1914
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France, and England

The personalism of Denis de Rougement: spirituality and politics in 1930s Europe. Heriard Dubreuil, E.T.I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Spirituality, in Europe; Rougement, Denis de (1906-85), Swiss thinker and writer; Politics, in Europe

The philosophical anthropology of the young Herder, 1763-80. DeSouza, N.A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1763–1780
     Index terms: Germany; Herder, Johann Gottfried (1744-1803), German critic and poet; Philosophical anthropology, in Germany

The problem of the Enlightenment salon: European history or post-revolutionary politics, 1755-1855. Collins, Nancy W.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1755–1855
     Index terms: Salons, Enlightenment; Enlightenment

The rise of nationalism in Cyprus during 1878-1921 and the role of schoolmaster Nikolaos Katalanos. Lagou, Margarita
     M.Phil., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1921
     Index terms: Katalanos, Nikolaos, Cypriot nationalist; Nationalism, in Cyprus; Cyprus

The road to the conference on security and co-operation in Europe, 1969-73: Britain, France and West Germany. Yamamoto, Takeshi
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1973
     Index terms: France, and Germany; France, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Germany; Germany, and Britain; Foreign relations, with France; Germany, and France; European co-operation

The role of public opinion in the formulation of British and French foreign policy, 1938-9. Hucker, Daniel
     Ph.D., Wales. (Aberystwyth Int. Pol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1939
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France, and Britain; Public opinion; Foreign policy, of France

The role of women in the old Greek cinema, 1949-67: the impact of Americanisation. Tsoumi-Farmaki, Eleni
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1967
     Index terms: Greece; Americanisation, of Greek cinema; Cinema, Greek; Women, in Greek cinema
     Categories: 20th Century; Social history; Gender and Women; Cultural history

The second wave of the women’s movement in Greece, 1974-90: struggle and discontents. Frantzeskaki, Anastasia
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1990
     Index terms: Women's movement, in Greece; Greece
     Categories: 20th Century; Political history; Gender and Women

The Spanish Right and the Jews, 1898-1945. Rohr, Isabelle P.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E.)
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1945
     Index terms: Politics, right-wing, in Spain; Jews, in Spain; Spain

The undivided sky: a study into the dissemination of information about the Holocaust on East and West German radio in the 1960s. Wolf, René
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1970
     Index terms: Radio, in Germany; Germany; Holocaust, and Germany

The Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society and its mission to Germany and Austro-Hungary, 1859-97. Wright, H.
     Ph.D., Brunel.
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1897
     Index terms: Missions, Methodist, to Europe; Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society; Austria-Hungary; Germany; Methodists, Methodism

Time and the soul in the 17th century. Edwards, M.J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Time

Trust and trade.'Comerciar en confianza': overseas networks of Basque and Castilian merchants in 18th-century Spain. Lamikiz, Xabier
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Spain; Merchants, in Spain; Trade, on Spain; Basques, in Spain; Castile

Untying the Gaullian knot: France and the struggle to overcome the Cold War order, 1963-8. Martin, Garret J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1963–1968

War on the land: an environmental history of the Second World War and its aftermath in south-eastern France, 1939-45. Pearson, Chris
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Second World War, see World War II; France; World War II (1939-45); Environment, and warfare

‘Was ist deutsche?’ Musical solutions to problems of national identity, 1848-c.1900. Eichner, Barbara
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1900

2007

A contextual study of Benjamin Constant's interest in polytheism and theism (1776-1806). Carpenter, Catherine
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1776–1806

Adolphe Retté and G.K. Chesterton: two case-studies of the Catholic reaction to secularisation in France and England, 1904-14. Sudlow, Brian J.
     Ph.D., Reading.
     Chronological coverage: 1904–1914
     Index terms: Secularisation; Secularisation, in France; France; Retté, Adolphe (1863-1930), French poet; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in France; Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1874-1936), writer; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church

Adoptive kinship and the British League of Help: commemoration of the Great War through the adoption of French communities. Lewis, Bryan
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1930

A German education: Otto Abetz, 1903-1933. Peaple, Matthew J.
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1903–1933

Alfredo Casella and Italian fascism. Parrino, Francesco
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1947

Ambroise Vollard: dealer and publisher, 1893-1900. Pratt, Jonathan G. Pascoe
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by House, John
     Chronological coverage: 1893–1900
     Index terms: Vollard, Ambroise (1866-1939), French art dealer; Art, Artists; France

Anglo-Soviet relations 1924-5: political struggles for the recognition of the Soviet trade unions and the establishment of the Anglo-Russian Joint Advisory Council. Ashton, Dmitriy
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1925
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Trade unions, in the U.S.S.R.; Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.; Anglo-Russian Joint Advisory Council

A porous frontier: Gibraltar and its Spanish hinterland, c.1923-1954. Stockey, Gareth
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1954
     Index terms: Border, between Spain and Gibraltar; Spain, and Gibraltar; Gibraltar, and Spain

Atheism and Islam in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan under Soviet rule: Western and Soviet perspectives. Karim, M.A.
     M.Phil., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1989
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Islam, and the U.S.S.R.; Atheism, in the U.S.S.R.; Uzbekistan; Tajikistan

Breaking the rules: the emergence of the active female apostolate in early 17th-century France. Manning, Ruth
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1625
     Index terms: Apostolate, female, in France; Women, religious, in France; France

British-French relations, 1969-74. Stanley, Gavin M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1974
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France, and Britain

British views on Kaiser Wilhelm II and their impact in Anglo-German relations. Knott, Stephen
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1941
     Index terms: Wilhelm II (1859-1941), Kaiser; Germany; Foreign relations, with Germany

Centrists in central France: the Radical Party in the Corrèze, 1919-1939. Van De Weyer, Aidan T.
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

Collecting bodies: art, medicine and sexuality in late 19th-century France. Hunter, Mary J.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1900
     Index terms: Medicine, in France; Art, Artists, in France; Sexuality, in France; France

Comparative migrant entitlement regimes: Britain and France. Passmore, Eleanor
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2005
     Index terms: France; Migration

Continuity and change in three decades of Portuguese musical life 1870-1900. Artiaga, Maria José
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music)
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: Music, in Portugal; Portugal

Creative impulses-creative pauses: Nietzsche and the expressive dance of Mary Wigman. Kew, Carole
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1930

Developing French Protestant identity: the political and religious writings of Antoine de Chandieu (1534-1591). Barker, S.K.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1591

Estonia's Russian-speaking population, 1987-2005: origins, identity transformation and the European Union. Zdanowski, Michael
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1987–2001
     Index terms: European Union; Russians, in Estonia; Estonia; Idenity, national, in Estonia

Experience vs. expectation: living the myth - the Komsomol and the cultural transformation of Soviet Russia, 1917-32. Neumann, Matthias
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.). Supervised by Acton, Edward D.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1932
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Komsomol

Fascist nature: environmental policies and conflicts in Italy, 1922-45. Graf von Hardenberg, Wilko
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1945
     Index terms: Environmental policy, in Italy; Fascists, Fascism, in Italy; Italy

From a cough to a coffin: the child's medical encounter in England and France, 1762-1882. Petermann, Lisa
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1762–1882

German prisoners of war in Britain in Britain, 1940-48: policy and performance. Clarke, Gillian S.
     Ph.D., Wales. (Swansea Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1948

Haberdashery for use in dress, 1550-1800. Hamilton, P.
     Ph.D., Wolverhampton.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1800
     Index terms: Haberdashery; Dress

"In quiet remembrance?" The Allied air war and urban memory cultures, 1940-95 - Kassel and Magdeburg in comparative perspective. Arnold, Joerg
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1990

Journeys in the palimpsest: British women's travel to Greece, 1840-1914. Mahn, Churnjeet K.
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1914
     Index terms: Travel; Women travellers; Greece
     Categories: 19th Century; Gender and Women; Ethnic and migration history; Population; 20th Century

Key factors influencing new museum building projects in the U.K. and Germany. Eckersley, Susannah C.
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1980
     Index terms: Germany; Museums; Museums, in Germany

King Manuel I and the end of religious pluralism in Portugal (1496-7). Soyer, François J.F.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1496–1497
     Index terms: Manuel I (1469-1521), king of Portugal; Religious pluralism, in Portugal; Portugal

Literature and censorship in early Restoration Germany. Heady, Katy
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1819–1848
     Index terms: Censorship, in Germany; Literature, in Germany; Germany, Restoration

Love ye the stranger: public and private assistance to the German poor in 19th century London. Swinbank, Christiane
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1914

Luce Irigaray. Jones, Jane
     M.Phil., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1952–2000

Martin Bucer's doctrine of justification and the Colloquy of Regensburg, 1541. Lugioyo, Brian
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1541–1541
     Index terms: Reformation, in Germany; Bucer, Martin (1491-1551), Protestant reformer; Germany; Regensburg, Colloquy of; Justification, doctrine of

Nature and reason: childhood and insanity in Britain and France, 1800-60. Havell, Cathy
     M.Phil., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1860

Neo-scholastic humanism and the re-unification of Europe, 1878-1958. Fimister, Alan P.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1958
     Index terms: Humanism, neo-scholastic; Europe, unification of

Opera houses and cultural policy since 1945: a comparative study of La Scala, Milan and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. Merli, Paola
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2006
     Index terms: Milan, La Scala; Cultural policy; Music; Opera houses; London, Royal Opera House; Italy

Paradise of exiles: the Anglo-Florentine garden. Campbell, Katie
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1939
     Index terms: Italy, and England; Gardens, Anglo-Florentine; Florence

Pastoral care and anti-semitism : Paul Althaus, political theology and the Christian Volksgemeinschaft, 1888-1966. Hetzer, Tanja
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1966

Picturing the worker: Guttuso, Visconti, De Santis and the Partito Comunista Italiano, c.1944-53. Pucci, Lara
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Green, Christopher
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1953
     Index terms: Guttuso, Renato (1912-87), Italian artist; Italy; Communists, Communism, in Italy; Visconti, Luchino (1906-76), Italian film director; De Santis, Giuseppe (197-97), Italian film director; Partito Comunista Italiano; Film, Italian; Art, Italian

Polish-Jewish relations during the rebirth of Poland, November 1918-June 28, 1919. Kaufman, David B.
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1920

Politics and state-building in Vörmarz Hanover: the role of King Ernst August, 1837-51. Thompson, Christopher D.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1851
     Index terms: Ernst August I (1771-1851), king of Hanover; Hanover, Vörmarz; Germany

Print and the knowledge of God: the development of a spiritualist epistemology in the early German reformation. Brand, Paul
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1600

Reform, revolution and royalism in Brussels, 1780-90. Illing, Peter J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1790
     Index terms: Reform, in Brussels; Brussels; Royalism, in Brussels; Revolution, in Brussels; Belgium

Religion and disease in Venice, c.1620-1700. Bamji, Alexandra E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1700
     Index terms: see also Health, Healthcare; Disease, in Venice; Venice; Italy; Religion, in Venice

Republic of saints: republican myth and religious reform - Venice-Poland, 1509-1609. Kostylo, Joanna M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1609
     Index terms: Saints, in Venice; Religious reform, in Poland; Religious reform, in Venice; Poland, and Venice; Saints, in Poland; Venice, and Poland; Italy

Rosa Luxemburg, national economic thought, and the problem of industrial development in the kingdom of Poland, 1896-1915. Kizilbash, Arek J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1894–1915
     Index terms: Poland; Industrial development, in Poland; Luxemburg, Rosa (1871-1919), socialist and revolutionary; Economic thought, in Poland

Some aspects of relations between the two German states, 1951-67. Horster, Maximilian N.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1951–1967
     Index terms: German Democratic Republic; see also Germany; Federal Republic of Germany

Soviet trade unions during the Stalinist industrialisation, 1928-37. Jo, Jun Bae
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Smith, Jeremy R.; Ilic, M.
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Industrialisation, in the U.S.S.R.; Trade unions, Trade unionism, Soviet; see also Russia; Union of Soviet Soclialist Republics; Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet leader

Splitting the cultural seams: the discourse on female appearance in the fashion periodical and novel of the Second Empire. Nelson Best, Kate
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1852–1870
     Index terms: Novels, in France; Fashion periodicals, in France; Press, periodical, in France; Women, in France; France, Second Empire; Female appearance, in France

St. Petersburg, 1902-24: revival and retrospectivism. Sutcliffe, Mark
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Hughes, Lindsey A.J.
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1924
     Index terms: St. Petersburg; Russia

The Action Party and the diaspora of the Actionists in post-war Italy. Rosenthal, Amy K.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1995

The age of innocence: a history of the relationship between football authorities and the BBC television service, 1937-82. Chisari, F.
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.)
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1982
     Index terms: B.B.C., see British Broadcasting Corporation; Media, television; British Broadcasting Corporation; Television, see media; Football, and the media

The British and Norwegian Labour parties in the inter-war period, with particular reference to 1929-36: electoral prospects. Redvaldsen, David Aly
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Scand. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

The civil guard and the second Spanish republic, 1931. Blaney, Gerald
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1931
     Index terms: Civil guard, in Spain; Second Republic, Spain; Spain

The English College at Lisbon, 1622-1756: a missionary college from the Reformation to the Age of Enlightenment. Johnson, Simon P.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1622–1756

The ethic, phenomenology and diagnostic of postwar French psychiatry. Reggio, Davi
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1970

The female religious communities of Paris during the French Revolution and First Empire, 1789-1815. Betros, Gemma M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1815
     Index terms: Women religious, in France; Revolution, see French Revolution; French Revolution (1789); First Empire, French (1804-14, 1815); France; Paris

The French Renaissance château interior: furniture, religious objects and book ownership. Pickford, Sophia E. Ogilvie
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1800
     Index terms: Book ownership, in France; Furniture, in France; France; Château design; Religious objects, in France

The German army and the conduct of the defensive battle, 1918-38. Strohn, Matthias
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1938
     Index terms: Warfare, defensive, in Germany; Germany; Army, German

The history of the Vatican media, 1920-43, within the development of the Italian media. Bornigia, Livia
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1943
     Index terms: Papacy; Vatican City; Media, Vatican; Italy

The horse in European history, 1550-1900. Mitsuda, Tatsuya
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1900
     Index terms: Horses

The impact of the Second World War on Anglo-Jewry. Saunders, Katherine
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Jews

The just war in theory and practice: legitimations of Sweden’s conflicts during the Great Power period. Piirimäe, Pärtel
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1611–1721
     Index terms: Great Powers; Just war, concept of; Sweden

The leader cult in communist Romania, 1965-89: constructing Ceausescu's uniqueness in painting. Mocanescu, Alice C.R.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1989
     Index terms: Art, in Romania; Romania; Leadership, cult of, in Romania; Ceauşescu, Nicolae (1918-1989), Romanian dictator

The moneyed class of Gibraltar, c.1880-1939. Grocott, Chris
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1939
     Index terms: Moneyed classes, in Gibraltar; Gibraltar

The paintings of Dosso Dossi: studies in the artistic currents and court culture of Renaissance Ferrara. Gould Colby, Robert
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Rubin, Pat
     Chronological coverage: 1512–1542
     Index terms: Art, Artists, in Italy; Court, in Ferrara; Dosso Dossi (Giovanni Francesco di Niccolò di Luteri) (1486-1541/2), Italian artist; Italy; Ferrara

The phoenix from the ashes: Orangism in word and image 1650-75. Stern, Jillian D.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1675

The relationship between the British and Norwegian Labour parties from 1945 to 1951. Insall, Tony
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1951

The sacristy in Renaissance Venice. Hamlett, Lydia K.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1300–1600
     Index terms: Venice; Sacristies, Renaissance; Italy

The U.N.R.R.A. mission to Greece: the politics of international relief, October 1944-June 1947. Tsilaga, Flora
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Classics, Byz. & Mod. Greek Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1947

Towards an uncivil society: reactions to Soviet and Nazi occupation and the demise of civil society in Riga, 1939-49. Kott, Matthew
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1949
     Index terms: National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party; Germany, and Latvia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Latvia; Riga, Latvia; Latvia, occupation of

Völkisch writers and National Socialism: a study of right-wing political culture in Germany, 1890-1945. Tourlamain, Guy T.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1945
     Index terms: Germany; Right, in Germany; National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party; Völkisch writers, in Germany

War crimes trials between occupation and integration: the prosecution of Nazi war criminals in the British zone of Germany. Sharman, Claire L.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Gregor, Neil
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Index terms: Nazi party, see National Socialists; War crimes trials; Germany, British zone; National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party

'Who is my neighbour?': immigrant politics and Cold War conflict in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-75. Clarkson, Alexander
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1975
     Index terms: see also Germany; Cold War; Federal Republic of Germany; Immigrant politics, in Germany

Why was the R.A.F. so committed to the 'area bombing' of Germany in the Second World War?. Fletcher, Howard
     M.A., Central Lancashire. (Hum.). Supervised by Vernon, Keith; Paris, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1942–1945
     Index terms: Second World War, see World War II; World War II (1939-45); Bombing, of Germany; R.A.F., see Royal Air Force; Royal Air Force; Germany; First World War, see World War I

Writing histories: narratives of integration of Poles in Great Britain since the Second World War. Blenkinsop, Lisa
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Migration, from Poland; Poland, and Britain; World War II (1939-45)

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1968 in provincia: famiglia, spazio e la memoria della vita quotidiana a Macerata, 1960-80. Serenelli, Sofia
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1980
     Index terms: Daily life, in Italy; Space, in Italy; Family, in Italy; Italy; Macerata, Italy

A comparative study of schoolbooks and textbooks for girls in secondary education in England and France, c.1895-1914. Defrance, Sophie A.M.C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1914
     Index terms: Education, of girls, in France; Education, secondary, in France; Education, of girls; Education, secondary; Schools, in France; Schools

A context for fascist art and culture: an examination of debates in Critica Fascista (1923-43). Casturà, Marilisa
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1943
     Index terms: Culture, fascist, in Italy; Italy; Art, fascist, in Italy; Critica fascista

A.-C. Quatremère de Quincy and regenerating the visual arts in France, c.1770-1810. Gilks, David J.E.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1810
     Index terms: France; Quatremère de Quincy, Antoine-Chrysostome (1755-1849), French architectural theorist; Art, Artists, in France

Administering Europe: community officials and the bureaucratic integration of Europe (1952-67). Seidel, Katja
     Ph.D., Portsmouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1952–1967
     Index terms: Europe, integration

Aesthetic and ideological trends in the reception of Mendelssohn's music in 19th-century Germany. Dempsey, Sinéad
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1824–1869
     Index terms: Aesthetics, in Germany; Music, reception of, in Germany; Germany; Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-47), German composer

Allies and small wars: British, French and Portuguese late colonial counterinsurgency doctrines (1945-1975). Reis, Bruno
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Freedman, Lawrence; Gow, James
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1975
     Index terms: Empire, French; Empire; Colonial counterinsurgency doctrines; Empire, Portuguese; France; Portugal

Amplifying Ostpolitik: the Federal Republic of Germany and the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1966-72. Hakkarainen, Petri
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1966–1972
     Index terms: Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe; Ostpolitik; Federal Republic of Germany

Britain could not ask for a better ally: France in the British press 1939-40. Carswell, Richard J.
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Atkin, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1940
     Index terms: Second World War, see World War II; France, and Britain; Foreign relations, with France; Press, newspaper; World War II (1939-45)

British intelligence assessments of Soviet nuclear intentions and capabilities, 1945-75. Haddon, Catherine
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Hennessy, Peter J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1975
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Intelligence, military; Nuclear warfare

British personnel in the Dutch navy, 1642-97. Little, Andrew
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1697
     Index terms: Navy, Dutch; Netherlands

Brushes with the past: art history and Jewish imagination. Rosen, Aaron M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2007
     Index terms: Jews; Art history

Central Europe: modernism and the modern movement as viewed through the lens of town planning and building, 1895-1939. Davies, Bernard W.
     Ph.D., Brunel.
     Chronological coverage: 1895–1939
     Index terms: Town planning, in Europe; Modernism, in Europe

Civilising the Germans: British occupation policy and the refugee and expellee crisis, 1945-9. Graham-Dixon, Francis
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Gazeley, Ian S.; Betts, Paul R.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Refugees, in Germany; Germany, British zone of

Conscripts in the Republican Popular Army and Nationalist Army in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-9: a comparative study of the armies of the central region. Matthews, James
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Republican Popular Army, in Spain; Spain; Nationalist Army, in Spain; Civil War, Spanish (1936-9); Army, Spanish; Conscripts, in Spain

Domestic devotion and the material culture of religion in post-Renaissance Florence. Anderson, Caroline
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Lillie, Amanda
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700
     Index terms: Religion, in Florence; Devotion, domestic, in Florence; Material culture, in Florence; Florence; Italy

Duty, death and the republic: the career of Maurice Papon from Vichy France to the Algerian war. Hare, Stephanie
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1962
     Index terms: Vichy; Papon, Maurice (1910-2007), French politician; France; Algerian war (1954-62)

Economy and democracy: the political communication and public reception of the social market economy in post-war West Germany, 1945-9. Glossner, Christian L.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Social market economy, in the Federal Republic of Germany; Democracy, in the Federal Republic of Germany; Federal Republic of Germany

Essays on voting behaviour: a historical perspective. Lehmann, Sibylle H.
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1877–1933
     Index terms: Voting behaviour; Democracy

Framing genocide: early interpretations of the Holocaust in the British, Finnish and Swedish press, 1945-50. Holmila, Antero
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stone, Dan
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1950
     Index terms: Press, newspaper, in Finland; Press, newspaper; Holocaust; Genocide; Press, newspaper, in Sweden; Sweden; Finland

Friars on the frontier: Catholic renewal and the Dominican order in south-eastern Poland, 1594-1648. Stolarski, Piotr T.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1594–1648
     Index terms: Dominican order, in Poland; Friars, in Poland; Poland; Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in Poland; Monasticism, Monasteries, Monastic houses, in Poland

Giles Fletcher, the elder (1546-1611) and the writing of Russia. Stout, Felicity
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Braddick, Michael J.
     Chronological coverage: 1566–1611
     Index terms: Fletcher, Giles, the elder (1546-1611), diplomat and author; Russia

Guarded neutrality: the internment of foreign military personnel in the Netherlands during the First World War. Wolf, Susanne
     Ph.D., Sheffield.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Internment, military, in the Netherlands; First World War, see World War I (1914-18); World War I (1914-18); Netherlands

Habsburg communication in the Dutch Revolt, 1567-1609. Stensland, Monica
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1567–1609
     Index terms: Communication, Habsburg, in the Netherlands; Dutch Revolt (1567-1609); Habsburgs

Humanitarian imperialism: the politics of anti-slavery activism in the inter-war years. Ribi, Amalia
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Anti-slavery activism; Humanitarianism

Imagining the outside world: official Soviet identity, rumours and everyday life in the U.S.S.R., 1941-53. Johnston, Timothy P.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1953
     Index terms: Identity, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Rumour, in the U.S.S.R.

Intelligence, policy and the Kriegsmarine in the inter-war period. Faulkner, Marcus
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by James, Alan; Maiolo, Joseph
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Germany; Navy, German; Kriegsmarine; Intelligence, naval, in Germany

Irish republican propaganda and organisation in Germany, 1919-23. O'Brien, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Fitzpatrick, David
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1923
     Index terms: Republicanism, in Ireland; Germany, and Ireland; Ireland, and Germany; Propaganda, Irish republican

Jean Bodin's Colloquium Heptaplomeres: clandestine literature, heterodoxy and the possibility of toleration, 1590-1750. Doucet, Delphine
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Champion, Justin A.I.
     Chronological coverage: 1590–1750
     Index terms: Colloquium Heptaplomeres, of Jean Bodin; Religion; France; Bodin, Jean (1530-96), French political philosopher; Heterodoxy, in France; Toleration, religious, in France

Jean Raulin (1443-1515) and the 'ideal clergy': a study of clerical reform in early 16th-century France. Foreman, Howard K.
     Ph.D., Aberdeen.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1515
     Index terms: Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in France; Clergy, in France; France; Raulin, Jean (1443-1515), French ecclesiastic

Jewry in music': Jewish entry to the musical professions, 1780-1850. Conway, David A.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1850
     Index terms: Jews, and music; Music

Jews in the metropolis: urban Jewish cultures in London, Berlin and Paris, c.1880-1940. Metzler, Tobias
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Schloer, Joachim
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1940
     Index terms: Berlin, Jews in; London, Jews in; Paris, Jews in; Culture, urban Jewish; Jews, Jewishness; Germany; France

Johannes Reuchlin and his 16th-century publication Augenspiegel. O'Callaghan, Daniel
     M.Litt., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Hammerstein
     Chronological coverage: 1511–1511
     Index terms: Reuchlin, Johannes (1455-1522), German humanist; Germany; Augenspiegel, of Johannes Reuchlin

Landscape, environment and nationalism in Germany, 1800-1933. Delph, Caroline
     Ph.D., Newcastle.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1933
     Index terms: Germany; Landscape, in Germany; Environment, in Germany; Nationalism, in Germany

Making sense of the Germans: Britain and the German problem, 1945-8. Smith, Matthew
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Muhs, Rudolf
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948
     Index terms: Germany, and Britain

Maritime communities in late Renaissance Venice: the Arsenalotti and the Greeks, 1575-1600. Iordanou, Ioanna
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1600
     Index terms: Maritime communities, in Venice; Greeks, in Venice; Venice; Italy; Arsenalotti

Military-political relations in the Khrushchev era, 1953-64. Andy, Joshua
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Ilic, Melanie; Smith, Jeremy R.
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964
     Index terms: Military, in the U.S.S.R.; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971), Soviet leader; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Nations in synthesis: the ideology and practices of transnationalism in the Prussian east, 1871-1914. Tilse, Mark J. Breedon
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1914
     Index terms: Transnationalism, in Prussia; Germany; Prussia

Pius XII: politician or pastor?. O'Brien, Felicity
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Theol. & Rel. Stud.). Supervised by Erdozain, Dominic
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1958
     Index terms: Pius XII (1876-1958), pope; Papacy

Popular radicalism in Spain, 1808-1844. Lawrence, Mark
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Esdaile, Charles J.
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1844
     Index terms: Spain; Radicalism, popular, in Spain

Protestant responses to Martin Luther's Judenschriften in Germany, 1929-45. Probst, Christopher
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stone, Dan
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1945
     Index terms: Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Protestant reformer; Germany; Protestants, Protestantism; Judenschriften

Provincial banking in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy and successor states, 1913-25. Jelic, Damir
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Cottrell, Philip L.
     Chronological coverage: 1913–1925
     Index terms: Banking, provincial, in Austria-Hungary; Austria-Hungary

Public life and private relations in the Risorgimento (1848-60). Bonsanti, Marta
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1860
     Index terms: Private relations, in Italy; Italy; Public life, in Italy

Reliable knowledge of exotic marvels of nature in 16th-century French and English texts. Leskinen, Saara
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Kraye, Jill A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Exotic nature; England; France; Nature

Revision and its modes: Hungary's attempts to overturn the Treaty of Trianon, 1931-8. Weaver, Eric Beckett
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1938
     Index terms: Treaty of Trianon (1920); Hungary

Rubble to communism: the urban housing programme in the Soviet Union, 1944-64. Smith, Mark B.
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1964
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Communism, see also Anti-communism; Housing, in the U.S.S.R.

Shopping for masculinity: constructing the male consumer in Germany, 1920s-1950s. Dingel, Tina
     Ph.D., Limerick.
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1960
     Index terms: Germany; Shopping, in Germany; Consumption, male, in Germany; Masculinity, in Germany

Shopping with Brezhnev: Soviet urban consumer culture, 1964-85. Chernyshova, Natalya
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Lovell, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1985
     Index terms: Culture, consumer, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Brezhnev, Leonid Ilyich (1906-82), Soviet leader; Shopping, in the U.S.S.R.

Sounds modern: perils and possibilities in the audible metropolis, 1889-1939. Mansell, James
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Taithe, Bertrand
     Chronological coverage: 1899–1900
     Index terms: Sound, in the metropolis; Towns

Sources of life: Ranke and the religious foundations of scientific history. Braw, J. Daniel
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Körner, Axel
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1886
     Index terms: Historiography; Ranke, Leopold von (1795-1886), German historian; History, discipline of

The Action Française: ideology and political identity. Haralambakis, George
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1898–1945
     Index terms: Action Française; France

The ancient past in public and private historical consciousness: national identity and middle school history education in Bavaria and East Germany, 1945-2000. von Löwis of Menar, Hannah Cordts
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Education, middle school, in Germany; Identity, national, in Germany; Germany; Bavaria; National past, in Germany

The Church of England and Russian orthodoxy: political influences and the ecumenical dialogue, 1888-1917. Bibbee, Jeffrey
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. Hist.). Supervised by Burns, Arthur
     Chronological coverage: 1888–1917
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Britain; Ecumenism, in the U.S.S.R.; Church, Russian Orthodox; Church of England, and Russia

The communities within: the integration of Muslim immigrants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Bremen from the 1960s to the 1990s. Hackett, Sarah E.
     Ph.D., Durham. (Hist.). Supervised by Schiller, Kay; Black, L.
     Chronological coverage: 1960–2000
     Index terms: Migration, Muslim, to Germany; Migration, Muslim, to Britain; Germany; Immigration, see Migration; Bremen, Germany; Newcastle-upon-Tyne

The diffusion of popular print in early 16th-century Venice. Salzberg, Rosa
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Lowe, Kate J.P.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1520
     Index terms: Venice; Prints, popular, in Venice; Italy

The eugenic fortress: the Transylvanian Saxon experiment with 'national renewal' in inter-war Romania. Georgescu, T.V.
     Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Eugenics; Romania; Transylvania; Nationalism, in Romania

The German's Tale': German history, English drama and the politics of adaptation. Heuer, Imke
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1801–1830
     Index terms: Adaptation, dramatic; Germany; Drama; Kruitzner (1801), of Harriet Lee; The German’s Tale (1801), of Harriet Lee; Lee, Harriet (1757/8–1851), novelist and playwright

The Greek world and medical tradition: healers and healing on the eve of the Greek revival (1700-1821). Papadopoulos, Christos
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Wear, Andrew; Cook, Harold J.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1821
     Index terms: Healers, Healing, Greek; Medicine, Greek; Greece

The Irish in Russia, 1690-1815: travel, gender and self-fashioning. Byrne, Angela
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Lederer, David
     Chronological coverage: 1690–1815
     Index terms: Russia, and Ireland; Ireland, and Russia; Gender; Travel, to Russia

The Joint Intelligence Committee and the German question, 1947-61. Case, Simon
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1961
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with Germany; Joint Intelligence Committee

The 'Juventud de Acción Popular' in Spain, 1932-7. Lowe, Simon
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Vincent, Mary
     Chronological coverage: 1932–1937

The Kremlin workshops of the tsars and foreign craftsmen c.1500-1711. Ruby, Scott
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld). Supervised by Cormack, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1711
     Index terms: Craft, Craftsmen, in Russia; Tsars; see also Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Russia; Kremlin workshops

The lazaretti of Venice, Verona and Padua (1520-80). Stevens, Jane L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1580
     Index terms: Verona; Venice; Lazaretti, in Italy; Padua; Italy; Plague hospitals, in Italy; Health, Healthcare, in Italy

The S.F.I.O. and national integration: regional socialism and national identity in interwar Alsace. Carrol, Alison
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Noakes, Jeremy; Thomas, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: France; Alsace; S.F.I.O., see Section Française de l'Internationale Ouvrière; Identity, national, in Alsace; Section Française de l'Internationale Ouvrière; Regional integration, in Alsace; Socialism, in Alsace

Three voices of the inter-war French Catholic revival: Jacques Maritain, Charles du Bos and Gabriel Marcel and the tensions of reconciliation with the world. Davies, Katherine
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Stuart; Taithe, Bertrand
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: du Bos, Charles (1882-1939), French critic and writer; Maritain, Jacques (1882-1973), French philosopher; Marcel, Gabriel (1889-1973), French philosopher; France; Roman Catholics, Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic church, in France

Today, tomorrow ... and yesterday? Modern Austrian identity construction and the case of Herman Bahr and Stefan Zweig. Unger, Nikolaus
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Okey, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1942
     Index terms: Bahr, Herman (1863-1934), Austrian writer; Identity, national, in Austria; Austria; Zweig, Stefan (1881-1942), Austrian writer

To remain unaltered in the courage you have inherited from your ancestors': Magdeburg under siege, 1547-1631. Finucane, Jane
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1547–1631
     Index terms: Siege warfare, in Germany; Magdeburg, Germany; Germany

Wehrmacht soldiers in Paris, 1940-4. Place, Eric M.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944
     Index terms: Second World War, see World War II; World War II (1939-45); Germany, and France; Wehrmacht; Paris; France, and Germany; Army, German

With a little help from my friends: Ernst Junger and his network in the post-war period. Hajduk, Thomas
     M.A., Durham.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Junger, Ernst (1895-1998), German writer

2009

Ancient Rome, Louis XIV and the re-invention of Paris under Napoleon I. Rowell, Diana
     Ph.D., Reading. (Classics). Supervised by Laurence, Ray; Smith, Amy
     Chronological coverage: 1804–1815
     Index terms: Louis XIV (1638-1715), king of France; Paris; France; Rome, ancient, and France; Napoleon I (Napoleon Bonaparte) (1769-1821), emperor of France

Archaeology, material culture and memory of the Second World War. Moshenska, Gabriel
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Archaeology

Artistic autonomy and the Soviet cultural project: the Kirov and Bolshoi ballet companies, 1953-68. Ezrahi, Christina F.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C.)
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1968
     Index terms: Ballet, in the U.S.S.R.; Bolshoi Ballet; Kirov Ballet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

A study of the Hospitaller Knights of Malta, with reference to nobility, faith and masculinity, c.1580-1700. Buttigieg, Emanuel
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1580–1700
     Index terms: Order of St. John of Jerusalem; Nobility, monastic; Faith, monastic; Knights Hospitallers, see Order of St. John of Jerusalem; Malta; Masculinity, monastic; Monasters, Monasticism, Monastic houses

Bank of England and Bank of France, 1919-39. Wapler, Claire
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Cottrell, Philip L.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: France; Bank of France; Bank of England; Finance

Between east and west: Romanian German identities since 1945. Koranyi, James
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomas, Martin C.; Mark, James
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Identity, Roman German; Germany; Romania

Between public and private: women's social action in France, 1934-44. Perkins, Michelle
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Tumblety, Joan
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1944
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Women, in France; France
     Categories: Political history; Gender and Women

Body politics: the development of Soviet physical culture in the 1920s and 1930s. Grant, Susan M.
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Devlin, Judith
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1940
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Physical culture, in the U.S.S.R.

British Christian movements' response to the Third Reich, 1933-9. Mumby, Timothy
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Waddington, Geoffrey T.P.; Waddington, Lorna L.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1939
     Index terms: National Socialist party, National Socialism, in Germany; Third Reich; Nazi party, see National Socialist party; Germany; Christian movements, and the Third Reich

British intelligence, Adolph Hitler and the German high command, 1939-45. Winter, Paul
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Army, German; Intelligence, military; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945), German dictator

British official and intelligence responses to Soviet subversion against the United Kingdom, 1917-29. Madeira, Victor
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1929
     Index terms: Subversion, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Intelligence, military

Communicating physics in 19th-century France and England: the production, distribution and use of Ganot's textbooks. Simon, Josep
     Ph.D., Leeds.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Science, in France; Physics, in France; Ganot, Adolphe (1804-87), French physicist; Scientific textbooks, in France

Constructing the Chekist: the cult of state security in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia. Elkner, Julie
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1917–2000
     Index terms: State security, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Chekist

Constructs of war: evaluation and representation of the First World War in the republican press in Weimar Germany, 1918-20. Ther, Vanessa
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Kramer, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1920
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Germany, Weimar; Press, in Germany

Consumption and baronial identity in 16th-century Rome: Paolo Giordano I Orsini and his possessions (1541-85). Furlotti, Barbara
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M.U.L.)
     Chronological coverage: 1561–1585
     Index terms: Italy; Rome; Orsini, Paolo Giordano I (1541-85), 1st duke of Bracciano

Court ceremony, Louis XVI and the French Revolution, 1789-92. Caiani, Ambrogio A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Blanning, T. C. W.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1792
     Index terms: Louis XVI (1754-93), king of France; French Revolution (1789); Court ceremony, in France; France

Deaf space, a history: the production of deaf spaces emergent, autonomous, located and disabled in 18th- and 19th-century France. Gulliver, Michael S.
     Ph.D., Bristol.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1900
     Index terms: Deaf, Deafness, in France; France

Establishing the facts: Conrad Gesner's Epistolae Medicinales, between the particular and the general. Delisle, Candice
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Cook, Harold; Nutton, Vivian
     Chronological coverage: 1536–1565
     Index terms: Epistolae Medicinales, of Conrad Gesner; Switzerland; Gesner, Conrad (1516-65), Swiss naturalist and physician.; Medicine, in Switzerland; Health, Healthcare, in Switzerland

Estonia, the Baltic question and the 'big three' Allies in World War II. Piirimäe, Kaarel
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Baltic question; Estonia; Allied Powers

European internationalism(s), 1880-1930: Brussels as a centre for transnational cooperation. Laqua, G. Daniel
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Körner, Axel
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930
     Index terms: Internationalism, European; Brussels

Everyday life and urban space in post-war France: Henri Lefebvre, the Situationist International and Georges Perec. Whitney, Karl
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Kerr, David
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Lefebvre, Henri (1901-91), French intellectual and philosopher; Perec, Georges Perec (1936-82), French novelist, filmmaker and essayist; France; Situationist International

Fashioning Paris: representations of the city in Vogue magazine, 1944-68. Chambers, Claire L.
     Ph.D., Belfast.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1968
     Index terms: Paris; France; Vogue magazine; Fashion

For the glory of the Nation': the reception of Graeco-Roman antiquities in 18th-century Spain. Sulzer, Alessandra Balco
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Kurtz, Donna C.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Antiquities, in Spain; Spain

French military occupations of Lorraine and Savoie, 1670-1714. McCluskey, Philip
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Rowlands, Guy
     Chronological coverage: 1670–1714
     Index terms: Savoy, France; Lorraine, France; France

From André Tardieu to Valéry Giscard d’Estaing: the evolution of the modéré tradition in France, 1929-81. Davies, Gareth
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Stuart
     Chronological coverage: 1929–1981
     Index terms: Tardieu, André (1876-1945), prime minister of France; d’Estaing, Valéry Giscard (b. 1926), president of France; France; Modéré tradition, in France

From print shop to piazza: the dissemination of cheap print in 16th-century Venice. Salzberg, Rosa
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600
     Index terms: Venice; Print, in Venice; Italy

German underground factories of the Second World War: an essential folly. Clemence, Paul
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Overy, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Factories, underground, in Germany; Germany; World War II (1939-45)

Gros point de Venise: lace and its representation, 1660-1702. Walsh, Elizabeth C.
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1702
     Index terms: Lace, Lace-making

Hardly a trace left of Danube or spree?' A contribution to the study of art book publishing and illustrated book production in Britain by German-speaking exiles from National Socialism. Nyburg, Anna
     Ph.D., Imperial College London.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1950
     Index terms: National Socialist, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany; Art book publishing, in Germany; Publishing, in Germany; Migration, German, to Britain; Germany

Heinrich Graetz and the 'Anawim': the 'pious poor' and the construction of Jewish identity in mid 19th-century Germany. Batty, Peter B.R.
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Pearce, Sarah J.K.
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1860
     Index terms: Jews, in Germany; Graetz, Heinrich (1817-91), German Jewish historian; Identity, Jewish; Germany; Poverty, Jewish

Historical institutionalism and the evolution of the European Union's asylum and immigration acquis (1992-2004). Chou, Meng-Hsuan
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1992–2004
     Index terms: Asylum policy, in the European Union; European Union, see also European Economic Community; Immigration, in the European Union

Hungarian and Northern Irish refugees: displaced persons in the Republic of Ireland, 1956-82. Barkley, Fiona
     M.A., Mary Immaculate College. (Hist.). Supervised by Chambers, Liam
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1982
     Index terms: Ireland, and Hungary; Hungary, and Ireland; Migration, to Ireland

Identity in transition: Leipzig's cultural downfall, 1943-9. Bluemel, Helen
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Strobl, Gerwin
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1949
     Index terms: Culture, in Leipzig; Germany; Leipzig, Germany

Images and representations of Ireland in Portugal (1830-1925): geographical knowledge and geographical imagination. Horta, José A.G.
     Ph.D., Cork.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1925
     Index terms: Ireland, and Portugal; Portugal, and Ireland

Irish government policy and Irish public opinion toward German-speaking refugees in Ireland, 1933-45. O'Connor, Siobhán P.
     Ph.D., Limerick.
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: Migration, German, to Ireland; Germany, and Ireland; Ireland, and Germany

Irish republican propaganda and organisation in Germany, 1919-23. O'Brien, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Dickson, David
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1923
     Index terms: Ireland, and Germany; Germany, and Ireland; Republicanism, in Ireland; Propaganda, republican, in Ireland

Irreconcilable differences: Polish-Ukrainian relations, violence and the movement of people, 1939-57. Piersa-Cywi?ska, D.
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1957
     Index terms: Poland, and Ukraine; Ukraine, and Poland

It is not under the skies of Lorraine that international ideas will flourish: the Right in the Moselle in the period of the Popular Front, 1934-8. Zanoun, Louisa
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Boyce, Robert W.D.
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1938
     Index terms: Popular Front, France; France; Right wing, in France; Moselle, France

John Cary and the emulation of English political economy in 18th-century Europe. Reinert, Sophus
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Index terms: Cary, John (1649–1719x22), merchant and writer; Political economy

King Carol II's personal fortune and its influence on Romania's economic negotiations with Germany, 1937-40. Arnold, Robert
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1937–1940
     Index terms: Germany, and Romania; Carol II (1893-1953), king of Romania; Romania, and Germany

Learning from the Front: tactical innovations in France and Flanders, 1914-18. Gudmundsson, Bruce I.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Strachan, Hew F.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); France; Flanders; Belgium

Liberté Egalité Parmentier: a critical study of the life and work of Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, pharmacist extraordinaire. Block, Brian Philip
     M.Phil., London. (Birkbeck Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1757–1813
     Index terms: Parmentier, Antoine-Augustin (1737-1813), French pharmacist; France; Science, in France

Maids, wives and mistresses: disciplined women in Reformation Languedoc. Lipscomb, Suzannah
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Briggs, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1615
     Index terms: Languedoc, France; Reformation, in France; France; Women, in France
     Categories: Gender and Women; 16th-17th Century

Makarios: a study of anti-colonial nationalist leadership, 1950-9. Assos, Demetris
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. C'wealth Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1959
     Index terms: Cyprus; Makarios III (1913-77), archbishop and president of Cyprus; Nationalism, in Cyprus

Music in transmission: constructing French cultural memory at the B.B.C. during the Second World War. Launchbury, Claire
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Cultural memory, in France; France; British Broadcasting Corporation; World War II (1939-45); Music, transmission of

Myth, myth-making and the formation of cultural identity in Greece: a study across the museum and secondary school. Vasiliadou, Xanthippi
     Ph.D., East Anglia.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Museums, in Greece; Greece; Schools, secondary, in Greece

Object lessons: sensory science education, 1830-70. Keene, Melanie J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1870
     Index terms: Sensory science education; Education, sensory science

Odoardo Fialetti (1573-c.1638): the interrelation of Venetian art and anatomy, and his importance in England. Walters, Laura M.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews.
     Chronological coverage: 1593–1638
     Index terms: Fialetti, Odoardo (1573-c.1638), Italian artist; Anatomy, and art, in Venice; Art, Artists, in Venice; Italy

On repetition: literary trials in England and France, 1857-1928. Wan, M.H. Marco
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1928
     Index terms: Justice system, in France; Literary trials, in France

Patriots and renegades: Andrej Hlinka and Rudolf Medek as case studies of right-wing Czechoslovakism. Kocourek, Katarina A.M.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Williams, Kieran D.; Harley, Sean
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1938
     Index terms: Hlinka, Andrej (1864-1938), Slovak politician; Patriotism, in Czechoslovakia; Right wing, in Czechoslovakia; Czechoslovakia; Medek, Rudolf (1890-1940), Czech poet

Polis of the metro: the introduction of the city railway in 19th-century Paris and London. López Galviz, Carlos
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.). Supervised by Moore, James; Keene, Derek
     Chronological coverage: 1863–1900
     Index terms: Railways, in London; France; Railways, in Paris; Paris; Londn

Political choices and national identity' at the eastern borders of Italy from the Resistance to the Cold War. Cernigoi, Enrico
     Ph.D., Portsmouth.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1965
     Index terms: Resistance, in Italy; Cold War; Italy; Identity, national, in Italy

Political protest and dissent in the Khrushchev era. Hornsby, Robert
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Titov, Alexander; Smith, Jeremy R.
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964
     Index terms: Political protest, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971), Soviet leader

Reconstructing cultural heritage after civil war: making meaning and memory. Viejo Rose, Dacia
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Spain

Reconstructing the city in occupied Germany: planning and rebuilding in the British zone, 1945-9. Deeming, Julie
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Urban Hist.). Supervised by Szejnmann, Claus-Christian W.; Scott, Dieter
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Germany, British zone of

Refugee camps in West Germany, 1945-60: community building and integration. McLaren, Meryn
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Ziemann, Benjamin
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Refugees, in Germany; Federal Republic of Germany

Relationship between workers and intellectuals in the Polish opposition movement, 1976-81. Skrybant, Magdalena T.
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Smith, Jeremy R.; Haughton, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1976–1981
     Index terms: Intellectuals, in Poland; Poland; Workers, in Poland

Representatives of the people: the crisis of government legitimacy under the National Convention, 1792-5. Harder, Mette
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1792–1795
     Index terms: French Revolution (1789); France; National Convention, in France

Representing authority: the image of authority under Louis XIV. Clarke, L.H.S.
     M.Res., Kingston.
     Chronological coverage: 1642–1715
     Index terms: France; Louis XIV (1638-1715), king of France; Kingship, in France

Responsibility without power: Britain and the Cyprus crisis of 1974. Clarke, John
     Ph.D., University College Dublin.
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1974
     Index terms: Cyprus, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Cyprus

Russian industrial development, 1861-2008: a case study of the oil industry. Moser, Nathaniel R.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Gatrell, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1861–2008
     Index terms: Oil industry, in Russia and the U.S.S.R.; Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Russian national and religious identity during the later years of the Time of Troubles (1610-13). Graystone, Edwynn
     M.Phil., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Perrie, Maureen P.; Smith, Jeremy R.
     Chronological coverage: 1610–1613
     Index terms: Russia; Time of Troubles (1610-13), in Russia

Saint Catherine of Siena in three Italian life cycles, 1567-1600. Piperato, Anna E.
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1567–1600
     Index terms: Art, Artists, in Italy; Catherine of Siena, St. (1347-80); Italy

Sanitising the spectacular: the Parisian cemetery question, 1864-86. Graham, Helen
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Kerr, David
     Chronological coverage: 1864–1886
     Index terms: Cemeteries, in France; Paris; France; Death, in France

Scholarship and education after the Thirty Years' War: Christian Daum (1612-87) and his pupils at the Latin School of Zwickau/Saxony. Ross, Alan
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Hotson, Howard; Roper, Lyndal A.; Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1687
     Index terms: Daum, Christian (1612-87), German intellectual; Latin School, Zwickau/Saxony; Thirty Years' War (1618-48); Saxony, see Zwickau; Zwickau; Germany

Science and service in the National Socialist state: a case study of the German archaeologist Herbert Jankuhn (1905-90). Steinel, Monika
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Archaeol.)
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945
     Index terms: National Socialist party, National Socialism, in Germany; Jankuhn, Herbert (1905-99), German archaeologist; Germany; Archaeology, in Germany

Soviet child-soldiers in World War II. Kucherenko, Olga R.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: Soldiers, child, in the U.S.S.R.; Child-soldiers, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, see also Russia; World War II (1939-45)

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; Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Struggling at the margins: musical education in Lisbon (1860-1910). Carmelo Rosa, Joaquim
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1910
     Index terms: Lisbon; Portugal; Music; Education, musical, in Lisbon

The Bolshevik party congress, 1903-27: orchestration, debate and experiences. Takiguchi, Junya
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Gatrell, Peter W.
     Chronological coverage: 1903–1927
     Index terms: Bolsheviks, Bolshevikism, Bolshevik party; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

The British empire in Europe: the construction of English and Ionian identities, 1815-64. Paschalidi, Maria S.
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Hall, Catherine M.
     Chronological coverage: 1818–1864
     Index terms: Ionian islands; Identity, Ionian; Greece

The Carafa trial and the politics of nepotism in 16th-century Rome. Pattenden, Miles
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Davidson, Nick
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1560
     Index terms: Nepotism, in Italy; Carafa family; Italy; Rome

The city of Bucharest, 1918-40. Roberts, Joanne
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Pyrsent, Robert B.; Delefont, Dennis J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1940
     Index terms: Romania; Bucharest

The crisis of the nobility and the idea of Europe in Germany and Austria, 1918-39. Gusejnova, Dina
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1939
     Index terms: Germany; Nobility, in Austria; Austria; Nobility, in Germany; Europe, ideas of, in Austria and Germany

The enigma of Wehrmacht operational doctrine: the evolution of military thought in Germany, 1919-41. Vardi, Gil-Li
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Knox, MacGregor
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1941
     Index terms: Army, German; Military thought, in Germany; Germany; Wehrmacht

The French veterans and the Republic: the Union Nationale des Combattants, 1933-9. Millington, Chris
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Passmore, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1939
     Index terms: Army veterans, in France; France; Union Nationale des Combattants

The Friends Relief Service – faith into action: humanitarian assistance to displaced persons camps in Germany, 1945-8. Carson, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Gatrell, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948
     Index terms: Quakers, Quakerism; Humanitarianism; Friends Relief Service; Refugees, in Germany; Germany

The genesis of Greek Cypriot national identity in British-occupied Cyprus, 1878-1931. Pophaides, Irene
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1931
     Index terms: Identity, national, Greek Cypriot; Greek Cypriots; Cyprus

The German family, 1939-56. Vaizey, Hester L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1956
     Index terms: Family, in Germany; Germany

The making of 'Polish London' through everyday life, 1956-76. Chojnacki, Pawel
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Kolantiewicz, George M.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1976
     Index terms: Poles, in London; London

The matriarchal imagination: the debates over J.J. Bachofen's Mutterrecht in the Weimar Republic. Valdez, Damian
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933
     Index terms: Weimar Republic; Germany; Das Muterrecht (1861), of J.J. Bachofen; Bachofen, Johann Jakob (1815-87), Swiss anthropologist and jurist

The musical press in Spain during the earlier Francisco Franco's regime (1939-mid 1950s). Moreda, Eva
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Levi, Eric
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1955
     Index terms: Music, in Spain; Spain; Press, music; Franco, Francisco (1892-1975), Spanish dictator

The pamphlets of the early Reformation preacher, Jacob Strauss. Smyth, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Hammerstein, Helga Robinson
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1530
     Index terms: Reformation, in Germany; Pamphlets, religious, in Ireland; Germany; Strauss, Jacob (1480-1530), Reformation preacher

The Polish Country Section of the Special Operations Executive, 1940-6: a British perspective. Bines, Jeffrey
     Ph.D., Stirling. (Hist.). Supervised by McKean, Robert B.; Stachura, Peter D.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1946
     Index terms: S.O.E., see Special Operations Executive; Special Operations Executive, Polish Country Section; Poland; World War II (1939-45)

The political economy of agrarian reform in Prussia, c.1750-1821. Eddie, Sean A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1821
     Index terms: Prussia; Germany, see also Federal Republic of Germany; Agrarian reform, in Prussia

The political economy of coal: a comparative analysis of the British and German mining industries, c.1918-38. Braddock, Peter
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Balderston, Theo
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1938
     Index terms: Germany; Coal, Coal mining; Coal, Coal mining, in Germany; Germany

The politics of ethnicity and the transformation of Silesia, 1945-9: a comparison of two districts. Service, Hugo L.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Ethnicity, in Silesia; Silesia

The remaking of Cypriot politics: the experience of the Second World War. Yiangou, Anastasia
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. C'wealth Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Cyprus

The struggle for compensation: Roma in post-war West Germany. Von dem Knesebeck, Julia
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Roma, in the Federal Republic of Germany; Germany; Federal Republic of Germany

The United Kingdom and Italy between Bretton Woods and European monetary integration. Natali, Paolo
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1999
     Index terms: Monetary integration, European; Italy, and Britain; Bretton Woods (1944)

The 'Yugoslav factor' in Soviet foreign policy: Tito, Stalin, Khrushchev and Soviet-Yugoslav relations, 1945-57. Fedorov, Alexei
     Ph.D., Derby.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1957
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Yugoslavia; Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet leader; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich (1894-1971), Soviet leader; Tito (Josip Broz) (1892-1980), Soviet leader; Balkans; Yugoslavia, and the U.S.S.R.
     Categories: 20th Century

Travelling in different skins: gender identity in European women's oriental travelogues, 1850-1950. Bird, Dúnlaith
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by O'Cinneide, Muireann; Yee, Jennifer
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1950
     Index terms: Women; Gender; Travel writing, female
     Categories: Gender and Women

'Une république pas pour rire': caricature, satire and republican identity in the French Second Republic. O'Brien, Laura
     Ph.D., Dublin. (Hist.). Supervised by Kerr, David
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1852
     Index terms: France; Caricature, in France; Satire, in France; Republicanism, in Franc

Vitaliano Donati and the search for his collection at the Museo Egizio di Torino. Morecroft, Angela S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge.
     Chronological coverage: 1761–2000
     Index terms: Italy; Donati, Vitaliano (1713?-1763), Italian doctor, archaeologist and botanist; Museo Egizio do Torino

Vladimir Burtsev and the Russian revolutionary emigration: surveillance of foreign political refugees in London, 1891-1905. Henderson, Robert
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1891–1905
     Index terms: Burtsev, Vladimir L'vovich (1862-1942), Russian revolutionary and scholar; Surveillance, of political refugees; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Russian Revolution (1917); London; Migration, Russian, to London; Refugees, Russian, in London

'With God, for Kaiser and Fatherland': the commemoration of the Great War in the First Austrian Republic, 1918-34. Edgecombe, Catherine
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Cornwall, J. Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1934
     Index terms: Commemoration, in Austria; World War I (1914-18); Austria

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Abbé Luigi Celotti (1759-1843): connoisseur, dealer and collector of illuminated miniatures. Eze, Anne-Marie
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Lowden, John H.
     Chronological coverage: 1779–1843
     Index terms: Collecting, in Italy; Art, Artists, in Italy; Celotti, Abbé Luigi (1759-1843), Italian art collector and dealer; Italy

A journalistic odyssey: Je Suis Partout, 1936-44. Smith, David
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Atkin, Nicholas J.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1944
     Index terms: France; Journalism, in France; Je suis partout, French newspaper; Press, newspaper, in France; Newspapers, see Press

Alfred Philippe Roll: the career of a Third Republic salon painter (1870-1900). Mill, Alister
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by House, John P.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1900
     Index terms: France; Third Republic, France; Art, Artists, in France; Roll, Alfred Philippe (1846-1919), French artist

An alliance ended? Franco-Scottish commercial relations, 1560-1713. Talbott, Siobhan
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Murdoch, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1560–1713
     Index terms: France, and Scotland; Scotland, and France; Commerce, in Scotland; Commerce, in France

Anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism in the city and province of Valencia, 1910-36. Purkiss, Richard
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Ealham, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1910–1936
     Index terms: Anarcho-syndicalism, in Valencia; Anarchism, in Valencia; Spain; Valencia, Spain

Arte povera: the politics of history and memory in Italy, 1964-85. Cullinan, Nicholas
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Wilson, Sarah G.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1985
     Index terms: Italy

A tale of two states: a comparative study of higher education reform and its effects on economic growth in East and West Germany, 1945-89. Haston, Catriona Macrae
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Schenk, Catherine R.; Stokes, Raymond G.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1989
     Index terms: German Democratic Republic; Federal Republic of Germany; Germany, see also German Democratic Republic, Federal Republic of Germany

A transnational study of antifascism and resistance to Nazi occupation in Luxembourg, France, Belgium and Germany, 1922-50. Marchal, Martine A.C.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Horn, Gerd-Rainer
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1950
     Index terms: National Socialist, National Socialism, National Socialist party, in Germany; Nazi party, see National Socialism; Luxembourg; France; Belgium; Germany; Anti-fascists, Anti-fascism, in Luxembourg; in France; in Belgium; in Germany

Austrian female migration to Britain, 1945-60. Schropper, Isabel
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960

Being European: Russian travel writing and the Balkans, 1804-77. McArthur, Sarah
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Bracewell, Wendy C.
     Chronological coverage: 1804–1877
     Index terms: Russia; Travel writing, Russian; Balkans

Between art and design: sculptors and design reform in France, 1848-1895. Jones, Claire B.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Edwards, Jason
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1895

Between the obligation of memory and the art of forgetfulness: a study on the introduction of Italy's 'Giorno del Ricordo'. Tedaldi, Chiara
     Ph.D.(Hist.). Supervised by Kerr, David
     Chronological coverage: 2004–2012

Britain and European money co-operation, 1964-79. Hirowatari, Kiyoshi
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Daunton, Martin J.
     Chronological coverage: 1964–1979
     Index terms: Finance, European

Britain and the Soviet-Finnish Winter War (1939-40): the diplomatic and political implications of the Winter War. Kundu, Anindya (Tim)
     M.Phil., London. (U.C. Scand. Stud.). Supervised by Hilson, Mary
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1940
     Index terms: Finland, and the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Finland; see also Russia; see also Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Winter War (1939-40)

British, French and Italian measures to deal with terrorism: a comparative study. Galli, Francesca
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Spencer, John
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2010
     Index terms: Terrorism; France; Italy

British intelligence in the Portuguese world, 1939-45: operations against German intelligence and relations with the Policia de Vigilancia e Defesa do Estado (P.V.D.E.). Luce, Alexandra I.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Andrew, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945
     Index terms: P.V.D.E., see Policia de Vigilancia e Defesa do Estado; Policia de Vigilancia e Defesa do Estado; Portugal, and Germany; Germany, and Portugal; Intelligence, German

British official perceptions of the Red Army, 1934-45. Papadopoulos, Marcus
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Muhs, Rudolf
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1945
     Index terms: World War II (1939-45); Army, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

British policy towards the Greek junta, 1967-74: a tragedy of economics and N.A.T.O. favouritism. Nafpliotis, Alexandros
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Sked, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1974
     Index terms: N.A.T.O., see North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Foreign relations, with Greece; Greece, junta; North Atlantic Treaty Organization

British Protestants, the Roman question and the formation of Italian national identity, 1861-75. Raponi, Danilo
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Biagini, Eugenio F.
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1875
     Index terms: National identity, Italian; Italy; Protestants, Protestantism

British women in occupied Germany: lived experiences in the British zone, 1945-9. Easingwood, Ruth
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Kirk, Tim; Saunders, David
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1949
     Index terms: Germany; Women, in occupied Germany; Germany
     Categories: Cultural history; Gender and Women

Caught in the crossfire: Dauphiné towns in the French Wars of Religion. Davis, Ian
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1562–1598
     Index terms: French Wars of Religion (1562-98); France; Dauphiné, France

Close encounters: French identities in English graphic satire, c.1730-1790. Grandjouan, Kate
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Solkin, David H.
     Chronological coverage: 1730–1790
     Index terms: France; Satire, graphic; Caricature

Collecting cultures, historical consciousness and artefacts of the old regime in 19th-century Paris. Stammers, Thomas
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Paris; Collecting, in France; France

Considering the 'cabal of cuckoldry': scandal and reputation at the court of Catherine de Medici. McIlvenna, Una
     Ph.D., London.
     Chronological coverage: 1549–1589

Cultivating commerce: connoisseurship, botany and the plant trade in London and Paris, c.1760-c.1815. Easterby-Smith, Sarah
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Berg, Maxine
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1815
     Index terms: Paris, and London; London, and Paris; Botany; Botany, in France; Plant trade, in France; Plant trade; France

Deaf in the U.S.S.R.: 'defect' and the new Soviet person, 1917-91. Shaw, Claire
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Morrissey, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1991
     Index terms: Deaf, Deafness, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Early modern systems of command: Queen Anne's generality, staff officers and the direction of allied warfare in the Low Countries and Germany, 1702-11. Stansfield, Stewart
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Childs, John C. R.
     Chronological coverage: 1702–1711
     Index terms: Low Countries; Germany; Army; Anne (1665-1714), queen

English radicals and Italian democrats: a long connection (1837-90). Sutcliffe, Marcella
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Baldoli, Claudia; Allen, Joan
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1890
     Index terms: Democracy, Italian; Radicalism, political; Italy

English students at Leiden, 1575-1650. Proegler, Daniela
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Grell, Ole-Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1575–1650
     Index terms: Netherlands; Leiden; Education, in Leiden

Fascism in Italy, England and Norway, 1919-40: a comparative study of the development of fascist ideologies. Garau, Salvatore
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1940
     Index terms: Fascists, Fascism, see also Anti-fascists; Fascists, Fascism, in Norway; Norway; Italy; Fascists, Fascism, in Italy

French mounted forces - a logistical re-evaluation, November 1812 to March 1814. Dawson, Paul
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.; Linch, Kevin B.
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1814
     Index terms: Cavalry, French; France

French religious orders in Britain: 1880-1914. Reavell, Fraser M.
     M.Phil., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Atkin, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1914
     Index terms: France; Monasticism, Monasteries, Monastic houses, French

French republican exiles in Britain, 1848-70. Jones, Thomas C.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Stedman Jones, Gareth
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1870
     Index terms: Migration, French, to Britain; France

Freud, student of Charcot: loyalties, liberties and polemics between 1886 and 1896. Rudvik, Ewa
     Ph.D., Essex.
     Chronological coverage: 1886–1896

From Antiquario delle Statue to Museo Pio-Clementino: the enlightenment of the papal antiquities. Price, Abigail L.
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Scott, Katie; Stewart, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1520–1771
     Index terms: Antiquities, in Italy; Papacy; Museo Pio-Clementino; Italy; Antiquario delle Statue

Funerals, trials and the problem of violence in 19th-century France: Blanqui and Raspail. Dodds, Dawn M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Tombs, Robert P.
     Chronological coverage: 1814–1881
     Index terms: Raspail, François-Vincent (1794-1878), French scientist and politician; Trials, in France; France; Violence, in France; Funerals, in France; Blanqui, Louis Auguste (1805-81), French political activist

'Gateways to Europe': travelling by rail and sea between the Netherlands and Great Britain, 1900-75. Willgoss, Simon R.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Schmucki, Barbara
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1975
     Index terms: Sea transport, in the Netherlands; Sea transport; Netherlands; Railways; Railways, in the Netherlands

German officer education in the inter-war years. Kjoerstad, Ola
     M.Phil., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Mulligan, William; Mawdsley, Evan
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Army officers, German; Germany

Greek communist youth and the politicisation of leisure, 1974-81. Papadogiannis, Nikolaos
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clark, Christopher M.; Avdela, Efi; Tooze, Adam
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1981
     Index terms: Leisure, in Greece; Greece; Communism, in Greece; Youth, in Greece

Historical memory and the expulsion of the ethnic Germans in Europe, 1944-7. Bard, Robert
     Ph.D., Hertfordshire. (Hist.). Supervised by Boak, Helen
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1947
     Index terms: Germans, ethnic, in Europe; Germany

Hohenzollern state-building in the province of Hanover, 1866-1914. Heinzen, Jasper M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Simms, Brendan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1866–1914
     Index terms: Germany; Hanover, Germany; Hohenzollerns

Industrial accident compensation policies, state and society in Britain, Germany and Italy, 1870-1925. Moses, Julia M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Clark, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1925
     Index terms: Industrial accident compensation, in Germany; in Italy; Italy; Germany; Industrial accident compensation

Ingenious philosopher: John Theophilus Desaguliers (1683-1744), populariser of Newtonianism and promoter of freemasonry. Carpenter, Audrey T.
     Ph.D., Loughborough.
     Chronological coverage: 1703–1744

Inside Lenin’s government: party-state relations, practical functioning and political culture in the Soviet central administrative apparatus, October 1917-April 1923. Cook, Lara
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Kirk, Tim; Saunders, David
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1939
     Index terms: Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich (1870-1924), Soviet leader; Administration, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Institutions and markets in pre-industrial Europe. Koyama, Mark
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Harley, Charles Knickerbocker
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

Italian anti-fascists in the Spanish Civil War. Cogni, Manuele
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. and Eur. Studies). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spanish Civil War (1936-9); Anti-fascists, Anti-fascism, Italian; Italy, and Spain; Spain

Jewish identities between region and nation: Jews in the borderlands of Posen and Alsace-Lorraine, 1871-1914. Seiter, Mathias
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1914
     Index terms: Germany; Posen, Germany; Alsace-Lorraine; Jews, in Germany

Josephinist reforms and the Serbian church hierarchy in the Habsburg lands. Petrović, Marija
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1780–1790

Land reform and the Hungarian peasantry, c.1700-1848. Gray, Robert W.B.
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Rady, Martyn C.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1848
     Index terms: Land reform, in Hungary; Hungary; Peasants, in Hungary

Liberty, self-possession and carelessness in Montaigne's Essais. Green, Felicity M.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Skinner, Quentin
     Chronological coverage: 1571–1580
     Index terms: Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de (1533-92), French writer; Essais, of Montaigne; France

Lloyd George and the appeasement of Germany, 1919-45. Rudman, Stella M.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Lentin, Antony
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1945
     Index terms: Appeasement, of Germany; Foreign relations, with Germany; George, David Lloyd, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1863-1945), prime minister; Germany

Memory, myth and material culture: visions of empire in postcolonial Germany. Schilling, Britta
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Caplan, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1980

Migrant identities in the French revolutionary period, 1774-1835. McKnight, Amy
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Soc. Sc.). Supervised by Munck, Thomas; Hopkins, David
     Chronological coverage: 1774–1835
     Index terms: Migration, French; French Revolution (1789); Revolution, see French Revolution; France

‘Moving west’: the transfer of Kresy Poles to post-Yalta Poland: urban reconstruction and historical memory. Lash, Christopher
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Gatrell, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1950
     Index terms: Poland; Migration, within Poland; Kresy, Poland; Yalta Confernce (1945); Urban construction, in Poland

Narrating the trauma of the 'Anni di Piombo': the negotiation of a public memory of the 1977 student protests in Bologna, 1977-2007. Hajek, Andrea
     Ph.D., Warwick.
     Chronological coverage: 1977–2007

On all fronts: Cyprus and the E.O.K.A. insurgency, 1955-9. Novo, Andrew R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Strachan, Hew F.A.
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1959

Opera production in late 17th-century Modena: the case of L’ingresso alla gioventù di Claudio Nerone (1692). Atkin, Paul
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Carter, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1692–1692
     Index terms: L'ingresso alla gioventù di Claudio Nerone (1692), by Antonio Giannettini; Italy; Modena, Italy; Opera, in Italy

Out of place' in the post-war city: experiences and representations of displacement during the resettlement of Leningrad at the end of the blockade. Peeling, Siobhan
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Baron, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1950
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Leningrad, blockade of; World War II (1939-45)

Paper communists: the Communist party and the peasantry in the Russian Civil War, 1918-21. Lonergan, Gayle
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Service, Robert J.
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1921

Patriotism and the Soviet empire: Ukrainian views of the socialist states of eastern Europe, 1956-85. Wojnowski, Zbigniew
     M.Phil., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Morrissey, Susan
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1985
     Index terms: Ukraine; Patriotism, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Patterns of the ordinary: the quotidian spectator and mass entertainment in Germany, 1920-50. Müller, Sabine
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Morgan, Ben
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1950

Political economy and the reinvention of France's colonial system, 1756-1802. Røge, Pernille
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Drayton, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1756–1802
     Index terms: Colonial system, French; France

Politics, political culture and policy making: the reform of viceregal rule in the Spanish world under Philip V (1700-46). Eissa-Barroso, Francisco A.
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by McFarlane, Antony; Thomson, Guy
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1746

Polity, precision and the stellar heavens: the Royal Astronomical Observatory of Lisbon, 1857-1910. Raposo, Pedro M.P.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Bennett, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1857–1910

Population in 19th-century Vila do Conde: the demographic dynamics of a north-western Portuguese urban parish. de Andrade, Cristiana Viegas
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Smith, Richard M.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900
     Index terms: Vila do Conde, Portugal; Portugal; Population, in Portugal

Portraits of artists: a historical ethnography of the Académie Royale (1648-1793). Williams, Hannah
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Scott, Katie
     Chronological coverage: 1648–1793
     Index terms: Académie Royale; Art, Artists, in France; France

Post-war reconstruction and the economic miracle: the dynamics of West German economic growth during the 1950s and 1960s. Vonyó, Tamás
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Grant, Oliver
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1970

Power and finance at the court of Charles V: Francisco de los Cobos, the emperor's secretary. Liddle, Dryden
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Goodman, David; Grell, Olé
     Chronological coverage: 1530–1547
     Index terms: Spain; Charles V (1500-58), Holy Roman Emperor; de los Cobos, Francisco (c.1477-1547), Spanish politician

Readjusting to life after war: the demobilisation of Red Army veterans in Leningrad and the Leningrad region, 1944-50. Dale, Rob
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Merridale, Catherine
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1950

Rebuilding a culture: studies in Italian music after fascism, 1943-53. Roderick, Peter
     Ph.D., York.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1953

Re-evaluating the village community in Russia under N.E.P.: change and conflict in Nizhnii Novgorod. Evison, Elizabeth A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Jahn, Hubertus F.
     Chronological coverage: 1921–1928
     Index terms: Nizhnii Novgorod, Russia; Villages, in the U.S.S.R.; New Economic Policy, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Representations of Louis XVI, 1789-92. Anderson, Michael J.
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1792

Reviewing the German experience: the Third Reich in post-reunification cinema and television. Bangert, Axel
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1990–2010
     Index terms: Third Reich; Cinema, in Germany; Television, in Germany; Germany

Schönbrunn or Sanssouci: the Anschluss re-examined. Manning, Jody A.
     Ph.D., Cardiff. (Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Strobl, Gerwin
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1938

Seeing Europe through the nation: the role of national self-images in the perception of European integration in the English, German and Dutch press in the 1950s and 1990s. de Roode, Sven L. Ragnar
     Ph.D., Manchester.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–2000

Sir Alexander Cadogan, the failure of appeasement and the search for the Soviet Alliance, 1938-9. Smith, Katharine
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Waddington, Geoffrey G.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1939
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy; Appeasement, of the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Foreign relations, with the U.S.S.R.; Cadogan, Sir Alexander George Montagu (1884-1968), diplomatist

Stateless envoy: the life and times of August Torma (1895-1971). Tamman, Tina
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1905–1871

Terror in the Soviet Union during the Lenin period. Ryan, James
     M.Phil., Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Geoffrey
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1924
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Terror, in the U.S.S.R.; Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich (1870-1924), Soviet leader

The 1956 Hungarian revolution and the politics of history and memory in post-communist Hungary. Csipke, Zoltan
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Swain, Nigel J.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–2000
     Index terms: Hungary; Revolution, see Hungarian Revolution; Hungarian Revolution (1956)

The architectural and cultural reception of the temple of Apollo at Bassai and its frieze, 1811-2009. O'Neill, Suzanne
     Ph.D.(Hist.). Supervised by Morris, Christine
     Chronological coverage: 1811–2009

The British and French advertising industries, 1945-65: a comparative study with particular reference to the development of the J. Walker Thompson Company. Gardner, Mark
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. Hist. Res.). Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1965
     Index terms: Advertising industry; Advertising industry, in France; J. Walker Thompson Company; France

The contribution of the Jesuits to military architecture in the Baroque age. De Lucca, Denis
     Ph.D., Liverpool.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1750

The Criterion Association: friendship, culture and fascism in inter-war Bucharest. Bejan, Cristina A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Deletant, Dennis; Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

The culture of orders: status interactions during the reign of Louis XIV. Sternberg, Gloria
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Parrott, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1643–1715

The Czechoslovak government-in-exile and the Jews during World War II (1938-48). Lanicek, Jan
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1948

The emergence of the Greek identity (1700-1821). Myrogiannis, Efstratios
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Holton, David
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1821
     Index terms: Greece

The Fête de l'Être Suprême in France, 8 June 1794. Smyth, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Pilbeam, Pamela
     Chronological coverage: 1794–1794
     Index terms: Fête de l'Être Suprême; France

The intellectual reconstruction in the early years of the Federal Republic: Adorno and his contemporaries. Kuo, Cheng-Lun
     D.Phil., Sussex.
     Chronological coverage: 1949–1955

The making of the Stalinist child. Howell, Joseph
     M.A., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Mick, Christoph
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1945
     Index terms: Stalin, Joseph (1879-1953), Soviet leader; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Children, in the U.S.S.R.

The organisation and reception of Eastern Bloc exhibitions on the British Cold War 'home front', 'c'.1956-1979. Clarkson, Verity
     Ph.D., Brighton.
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1979

The Polish Home Army and the struggle for the Lublin region, 1943-5. Blackwell, James
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1945

The political economy of railway and road transport in Britain and Germany, 1918-33. Sjöblom, Gustav S.B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1933
     Index terms: Germany; Roads, in Germany; Roads; Transport, in Germany; Transport; Railways, in Germany; Railways

The Prix de Rome in the age of romanticism (1831-54): aesthetics, composition and academicism. Lu, Julia
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1854
     Index terms: Prix de Rome; France; Scholarship, in France

The revival and success of Britain's second application for membership of the European Community, 1968-71. Furby, Daniel E.
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Ellison, James
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1971

The second battle of Artois and the French Army's evolution in spring 1915. Krause, Jonathan
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Sabin, Philip; Philpott, William
     Chronological coverage: 1915–1915
     Index terms: France; World War I (1914-18); Artois, Battle of; Army, French

The social and cultural transformation of Madrid during the late Franco dictatorship, 1959-75. Cattell, Alexander
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Rees, Tim
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1975

Travel and cosmopolitanism in the Anglo-French relationship, c.1840-1880. Linder, Katherine A.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Mandler, Peter
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1880
     Index terms: Foreign relations, with France; France

Visual representations of working-class Berlin, 1924-30. Hobbs, Mark
     Ph.D., Glasgow.
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1930

We didn't even know they were Jewish': the place of assimilated, acculturated and baptised Jews in the communal life of the Warsaw Ghetto, 1940-3. Person, Katarzyna
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1943
     Index terms: Warsaw Ghetto; Jews, in Poland; Poland

With God on our side: British Christian responses to the Spanish Civil War. Edwards, Ben
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Constantine, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Spain; Spanish Civil War (1936-9)

2011

Aesthetics and the nation: transnational discourses and the 'deutscher Werkbund'. O'Shea, Aodhan
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Körner, Axel
     Chronological coverage: 1907–1934

Andrew Michael Ramsay's 'Essai de politique': Fénelon and Jacobitism. Mansfield, Andrew
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Whatmore, Richard D.
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1760

'Ascondersi per la Sicilia': Caravaggio and Sicily. Carrabino, Danielle
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by McTighe, Sheila
     Chronological coverage: 1593–1610

British communities in late 18th-century Paris. Macdonald, Simon
     Ph.D., University of Cambridge. Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800

British communities in late 18th-century Paris. Macdonald, Simon J.S.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Klein, Lawrence E.
     Chronological coverage: 1750–1800

'British liberators': the role of volunteers in the Spanish forces during the Peninsular War (1808-14) - and far beyond. Rogers, Graciela I.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1808–1814

'Children of the Red Flag'. Growing up in a communist family: a comparative research of the British and Dutch communist movement. Side, Elke
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Howkins, Alun J.; Gazeley, Ian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1984

Collecting Italian drawings in 17th-century Spain. Lopez-Fanjul, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by McTighe, Sheila
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

Communists and cheminots: industrial relations and ideological conflict in the French railway industry, 1919-39. Beaumont, Thomas
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomas, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

Contesting memory and negotiating the past at the Gedenkstätte und Museum Sachsenhausen. Boffey, Richard
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Foellmer, Moritz J.
     Chronological coverage: 1989–2010

Contesting Rome: discourse and debate in the making of Roma Capitale, 1922-43. Pooley, Eugene
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. & Eur. Stud.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1943

Cultural propaganda: the British Council's activities in neutral Europe, 1934-45. Corse, Edward
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Welch, David; Schmidt, Ulf
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1945
     Index terms: Propaganda, cultural; British Council; Europe, neutral; World War II (1939-45)

Defending the faith from France: an underlying motivation of the English crown's political relationship with the papacy, 1509-22. Brown, Anthony S.
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1509–1522

Demons and letters: aspects of the life and works of Martin Delrio, 1551-1608. Machielsen, Johannes M.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1571–1608

Dialogue between Russia and the West: cultural politics and artistic exchange in inter-war Europe. Mileeva, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Behr, Shulamith; Milner, John
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

E.O.K.A., 1955-9: a study of the military aspects of the Cyprus Revolt. Karyos, Andreas
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. C'wealth Stud.). Supervised by Holland, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1959

Family, fortune and faith: the royal army and military evolution in France, 'c.'1598-'c.'1629. Thomas, Daniel
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Walsby, Malcolm; Rowlands, Guy R.
     Chronological coverage: 1598–1629

French railway workers under German occupation, 1940-4. Broch, Ludivine M.E.
     D.Phil., Oxford.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944

Generations of Holocaust journeys: how survivors and their descendants use sites of memory to bear witness. Jilovsky, Esther
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Waxman, Zoe
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2010

Great Britain, the Little Entente and security in Danubian Europe, 1919-36. Bakic, Dragan
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Gooch, John
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1936

Identities in transition: German landscape painting, 1871-1914. Gore, Charlotte
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1914

Image, authenticity and the cult of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, 1897-1959. Deboick, Sophia L.
     Ph.D., Liverpool. (Hist.). Supervised by Drace-Francis, Alex
     Chronological coverage: 1897–1959

Interactions between the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo and the Unión General de Trabajadores in Spain and Catalonia, 1931-1936. Corkett, Tom
     Ph.D., Glasgow. Supervised by Mawdsley, Evan; Bracke, Maud
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1936

Interactions between the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo and the Unión General de Trabajadores in Spain and Catalonia, 1931-6. Corkett, Thomas
     Ph.D., Glasgow. (Arts). Supervised by Mawdsley, Evan; Bracke, Maud
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1936

Itinerant experts and useful knowledge: Britain and Venice in the 18th century. McEvoy, Tim
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Molà, Luca; Berg, Maxine
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800

Kourion's hinterland in late antiquity and the findings of the Sotira Archaeological Project's 1997 and 2007 seasons. Mavromatis, Christopher
     Ph.D., Birmingham.
     Chronological coverage: 1997–2007

La Salamandre: the French army’s 'Artillerie Spéciale' and the development of armoured warfare in the First World War. Gale, Timothy
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Maiolo, Joseph; Philpott, William
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

Legitimising accession: transformation politics and elite consensus on E.U. membership in Poland, 1989-2003. Pluta, Anna
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ludlow, N. Piers
     Chronological coverage: 1989–2003

Michelangelo and his contemporaries: a study of his influence on the art of central Italy, 1540-70. Childs, Kevin
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Rubin, Patricia L.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1570

Midwifery in early modern Germany, 1650-1810. Robilliard, Gabrielle
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Stein, Claudia; Marland, Hilary
     Chronological coverage: 1650–1810

Military medicine in the Wehrmacht. Flucker, Alexandra
     Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian. (Hist.). Supervised by Shepherd, Ben
     Chronological coverage: 1935–1945

Operation Pied Piper: the wartime evacuation of schoolchildren from London and Berlin, 1938-45. Gaertner, Niko
     Ph.D., London. (Inst. of Educ.). Supervised by Martin, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1945

Philanthropy, entrepreneurship and transnational exchange: women’s campaigns for employment in Berlin and London, 1859-1900. Richmond, Sarah
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Harvey, E.
     Chronological coverage: 1859–1900

Pietro Bembo and the visual arts. Brooke, Irene
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Rubin, Patricia L.
     Chronological coverage: 1490–1547

Politics in the Soviet Army: civil-military relations in the Soviet Union in the Khrushchev era, 1953-64. Andy, Joshua
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.)
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964

Père Hyacinthe Loyson, the Eglise Catholique Gallicane de Paris and the Anglican reform mission. Cross, Anthony
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Taylor, Stephen J.C.; Tallett, Frank
     Chronological coverage: 1879–1893

Publishing in Paris, 1570-90: a bibliometric analysis. John, Phillip O.
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1570–1590

Raymond Aron and the revival of liberal political thought in France. Stewart, Iain
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Stuart
     Chronological coverage: 1925–1983
     Index terms: Aron, Raymond (1905-83), French philosopher and writer; France; Liberalism, in France

Regionalist themes in 'Breton' operas, 1850-1954: four case studies. Millar, Jennifer J.
     Ph.D., Open University.
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1914

Sea power, state and society in liberal Spain (1833-68). Alfaro Zaforteza, Carlos
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.; James, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1833–1868
     Categories: Latin America and West Indies; North America

Society and economy on an Ottoman island: Cyprus in the 18th century. Hadji Kyriacou, Antonis
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist.). Supervised by Fortna, Benjamin
     Chronological coverage: 1754–1838
     Index terms: Ottoman empire; Cyprus

Soldiers and spirituality in the Thirty Years' War. Funke, Nikolas M.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Tadmor, Naomi; Howkins, Alun J.
     Chronological coverage: 1618–1648

The administration of addiction: the politics of medicine and opiate use in Soviet Tajikistan, 1924-58. Latypov, Alisher
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist. of Med.). Supervised by Shamdasani, Sonu; Attewell, Guy
     Chronological coverage: 1924–1958

The blackout in Britain and Germany during the Second World War. Wiggam, Marc
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Overy, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944

The German working class and political song, 1900-33. Rose, Mark
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Gregor, Neil
     Chronological coverage: 1900–1933

The Greek community in Victorian London: identity, communication and assimilation. Russell, Quentin
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Jonathan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1837–1901

The moral high ground: cities, citizens and landscape in England and Germany, 1890-1914. Anderson, Ben
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jerram, Leif; Jones, Max
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1914
     Index terms: Citizenship, in Germany; Citizenship; Cities; Cities, in Germany; Germany; Landscape; Landscape, in Germay

The Office for Strategic Services and the Special Operations Executive in neutral Sweden, 1939-45: an assessment of U.S. and British intelligence activities in Sweden and the Swedish security response during total war. Molander, Pia
     MPhil., Exeter. (Hist.). Supervised by Thomas, Martin C.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

The Pagan oracles in early modern thought. Ossa-Richardson, Anthony
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Kraye, Jill A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

The persecution of freemasonry under Vichy: a reappraisal. Farrar, Jennifer
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Baycroft, Timothy P.
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1944

The poetics of politics: narrative production of national identity in contemporary Galicia, 1970-89. Portas Pérez, Paula
     Ph.D., Cardiff.
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1989

The production, reception and legacy of Ernest Renan's Vie de Jésus in France 1845-1904. Priest, Robert Daniel
     Ph.D., University of Oxford. Supervised by Harris, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1845–1904
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Cultural history; Intellectual history; 18th-19th Century; 19th Century; 20th Century

The production, reception and legacy of Ernest Renan's Vie de Jésus. Priest, Robert D.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Harris, Ruth
     Chronological coverage: 1850–1870
     Index terms: Vie de Jésus (1863), of Ernest Renan; France; Renan, Joseph Ernest (1823-92), French philosopher and writer

The vagaries of British compassion: a contextualised explanation of British responses to the Nazi persecution of the Jews. Wallis, Russell
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2000

The value of vases: the cultural contexts of Sèvres vases, 1740-83. Carey, Juliet
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Scott, Katie
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1783

The Western Allies in Berlin, 1945-8: relations at the ground level. Peplow, Emma
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ashton, Nigel J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948

The women agents of the Special Operations Executive (F Section): wartime realities and post-war representations. Vigurs, E. Kate
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Honeyman, Katrina
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1960

The youth policies of the Italian communist parties, 1943-60. Goretti, Leo
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. & Eur. Stud.). Supervised by Worley, Matthew; Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1960

Till Sedan us do part: Britain's relations with the French Second Empire, 1865-70. Barras, Pascal
     Ph.D., London. (K.C. War Stud.). Supervised by Lambert, Andrew D.
     Chronological coverage: 1865–1870

Tracing the end of a war: a micro-historical approach to the Waffen S.S. 'Galicia' division's journey from capitulation to civilianisation, 1945-50. Khromeychuk, Olesya
     Ph.D., London. (S.S.E.E.S.). Supervised by Deletant, Dennis J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1950

'Vu' as a forum for photographers, 1928-34. Rook, Penny
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Green, Chris
     Chronological coverage: 1928–1934

War aims and peace conditions : Austro-Hugarian foreign policy in the Balkans, July 1914 - May 1917. Fried, Marvin B.
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Stevenson, David
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

Working-class culture and cinema in Britain and Germany after 1945: a comparative study of south Wales and the Ruhr. Moitra, Stefan
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Rieger, Bernhard
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000

2012

'A footnote to history'? The two Germanies' accession to the United Nations, 1973. Banki, Jakob D.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clavin, Patricia
     Chronological coverage: 1973–1973
     Index terms: Federal Republic of Germany; German Democratic Republic; Germany, see also Federal Republic of Germany, Germand Democratic Republic; United Nations

Anglo-Belgian military co-operation, 1906-14. Draper, Mario A.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Johnson, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1906–1914
     Index terms: Belgium, and Britain; Military co-operation, with Belgium

A 'second Counter-Reformation'? Aspects of the pontificate of Pius VI reconsidered. Jabes, David F.
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Cubitt, Geoffrey
     Chronological coverage: 1775–1799
     Index terms: Papacy; Pius VI (717-99), pope

Bentvueghels and Bamboccianti: the patronage and reception of northern artists working in Rome and its influence on the iconographical development of the Bambocciate genre (1620-80). Ackx, Beatrix L.L.A.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brown, C.P.H.; Johnson, Geraldine A.
     Chronological coverage: 1620–1680
     Index terms: Art; Patronage, artistic; Bambocciate genre paintings; Bamboccianti painters; Italy; Rome; iconography; Bentvueghels, society of artists

'Better active today than radioactive tomorrow!' An oral history of the opposition to nuclear energy in France and West Germany, 1968-81. Tompkins, Andrew S.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Caplan, Jane; Gildea, Robert N.
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1981
     Index terms: Nuclear energy, in the Federal Republic of Germany; Nuclear energy, in France; France; Federal Republic of Germany

Between Cold War and colonial wars: the making of West German policy towards the Portuguese dictatorship, 1968-74. Lopes, Rui
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Spohr, A.R. Kristina
     Chronological coverage: 1968–1974
     Index terms: Cold War; Federal Republic of Germany, and Portugal; Portugal, and the Federal Republic of Germany; Foreign policy, of the Federal Republic of Germany

Between media and observation: the visualisation of temporality in the histological drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Marciniak, Caroline
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Alastair
     Chronological coverage: 1874–1934
     Index terms: Ramón y Cajal, Santiago (1852-1934), Spanish pathologist and histologist; Histology

Botanical artisans: apothecaries and the study of nature in Venice and London, 1550-1610. Pugliano, Valentina
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Maclean, Ian W.F.; Pelling, M.
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1610
     Index terms: Apothecaries, in Italy; Apothecaries; Italy; Venice; London; Nature, study of, in Italy; Nature, study of

Brigadistas: The History and Memory of Irish Anti-Fascists in the Spanish Civil War. Convery, David
     Ph.D., University College Cork (National University of Ireland). (Hist.). Supervised by Ó Drisceoil, Donal
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Categories: International history; Military/naval history; Political history; Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

British caricatures of the French, 1740-1820. Moores, John
     Ph.D., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1740–1820
     Index terms: France; Caricature

British human rights organisations and Soviet dissent, 1965-85. Hurst, Mark
     Ph.D., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Boobbyer, Philip; Welch, David
     Chronological coverage: 1965–1985

British naval manpower during the French Revolutionary Wars, 1793-1802. Dancy, Jeremiah R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Nicholas A.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1802
     Index terms: Navy; France; French Revolutionary Wars (1793-1802)

Caricatural representations of Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, 1848-71. Rhoden, W. Jack
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Baycroft, Timothy
     Chronological coverage: 1848–1871
     Index terms: France; Napoleon III, see Bonaparte, Louis-Napoléon; Bonaparte, Louis-Napoléon (1808-73), emperor of France; Caricature

Certifiably Romanian: national belonging and contested identity of the Moldavian Csangos, 1923-85. Davis, Robert C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1985
     Index terms: Csango people; Moldavia; Romania; Identity, of the Csango people

Chemical warfare in the First World War: technology, propaganda and popular response in Great Britain and France. Zoghlami, Hanene
     Ph.D., Roehampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Usborne, Cornelie; Tosh, John; Arnot, Margaret L.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

Communism in one apartment: the kommuna impulse in early Soviet Russia. Willimott, Andrew D.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1930
     Index terms: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Communists, Communism, in the U.S.S.R.

Courtly mathematics in 16th-century Florence: practical mathematics at the Medici court, c.1540-1609. Sheppard, Eleanor R.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Bennett, James A.
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1609
     Index terms: Court, Medici; Italy; Medicis; Florence; Mathematics, in Italy

Depictions of difference: reviving the forgotten French women orientalist artists, 1860-1968. Healy, Mary
     Ph.D., University of Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by Lawless, Catherine
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1968
     Categories: Europe19th Century; 20th Century

Discipline in the Russian army in the First World War. Simmons, Paul
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Andreyev, C. Catherine L.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); Russia; Army, Russian

Don't fence us in! Perceptions of East Germanness among the 1970s generation in Berlin. Hyland, Claire
     Ph.D., Bath. (Hum & Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1980
     Index terms: German Democratic Republic; Berlin

Educating the whole person? The case of Athens College, 1940-90. Giannakapoulou-Tsigkou, Payanthi
     Ed.D., London. (Inst. of Educ.). Supervised by McCulloch, Gary
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1990
     Index terms: Athens College, Greece; Education, in Greece; Greece

Encountering Germany: northern France and the experience of occupation during the First World War. Connolly, James
     Ph.D., King's College London. (Hist.). Supervised by Vinen, Richard C.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Occupation, of France; France, and Germany; Germany, and France; World War I (1914-18)

Examining the post-World War II trials of concentration camp inmates who served as prisoner functionaries (Funktionshäftlinge, or 'Kapos') under Nazi rule. Engelhart, Katie
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert; Caplan, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Index terms: Concentration camps; Nazi party, see National Socialists; National Socialists, National Socialism, National Socialist party; Germany; World War II (1939-45); Prisoner functionaries, trials of; Funktionshäftlinge, trials of; 'Kapos', trials of

Finance and economic development in historical perspective: south-east Europe in the inter-war period, 1919-41. Kossev, Kiril Danailov
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Morys, M.; Esteves, R.P.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1941

France and the Catholic League, 1576-94. Nicholls, Sophie E.B.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Brett, Annabel S.
     Chronological coverage: 1576–1594
     Index terms: Catholic League; France

Friedrich Heinrich Schmitt: reconstructing a German experience, 1911-47. Collins, Lindsey T.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Caplan, Jane
     Chronological coverage: 1911–1947
     Index terms: Germany; Schmitt, Friedrich Heinrich (1911-90)

Greece's path to E.E.C. membership, 1974-9: the view from Brussels. Karamouzi, Eirini
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ludlow, N. Piers; Spohr, A.R. Kristina
     Chronological coverage: 1974–1979
     Index terms: Greece, and the E.E.C.; E.E.C., see European Economic Community; European Economic Community; Brussels; Belgium

Household consumption and saving in inter-war Germany. Winkler, Robin M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Dimsdale, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939
     Index terms: Germany; Consumption, household, in Germany; Household, in Germany

Humanitarian relief work in the Spanish Civil War: the independent and non-partisan agencies. Pretus, Gabriel
     M.Phil., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Graham, Helen
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939
     Index terms: Humanitarian relief, in Spain; Spanish Civil War, see Civil War; Civil War, Spanish (1936-9)

Images and perceptions of Hungary and Austria-Hungary in Ireland, 1815-75. Zarka, Zsuzsanna
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1875
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; Europe19th Century

Images of 'exotic' animals in early modern Italian court art. Groom, Angelica
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by James, Elizabeth A.; Llewellyn, Nigel G.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700
     Index terms: Animals, exotic, in Italy; Italy; Art, in Italy; Court, in Italy

Imperial expectations: debating the British occupation of Cyprus, 1878-82. Davies, Thomas W.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Darwin, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1882
     Index terms: Cyprus, and Britain; Empire

Imperial policy in Malta, 1934-9: Britain's need for benevolent despotism. Azzopardi, Simone
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Darwin, John G.
     Chronological coverage: 1934–1939
     Index terms: Empire; Malta, and Britain; Foreign relations, with Malta

In exile, on Main Street: life in Soviet exile settlements in the 1930s and 1940s. Rowe-McCulloch, Maris
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Andreyev, Catherine
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1950
     Index terms: Russians, in the U.S.A.; Exile, Soviet; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; United States of America, and the U.S.S.R.

Ireland and Spain, 1939-55: cultural, economic and political relations from neutrality in the Second World War to joint membership of the United Nations. Whelan, Barry
     Ph.D., Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Ribeiro de Meneses, Filipe
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1955
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century

Irregular warfare in occupied Greece, 1941-4: masculinity and morale in the Special Operations Executive and the Greek resistance. Tsoutsoumpis, Spyros
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Summerfield, Pennt; Jones, Max
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1944
     Index terms: Masculinity, in Greece; S.O.E., see Special Operations Executive; Special Operations Executive, in Greece; Resistance, in Greece; World War II (1939-45); Greece; Morale, in Greece

Italian communities in Britain after 1945: a case study of Wales. Giudici, Marco
     Ph.D., Bangor. (Hist., Welsh Hist. & Archaeol.). Supervised by Edwards, Andrew C.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000
     Index terms: Migration, from Italy to Wales; Wales, and Italy; Italy, and Wales

Italian material culture at the Tudor court. Bolland, Charlotte
     M.Phil., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Lowe, Kate
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1603
     Index terms: Italy, and England; Material culture, Italian; Court, Tudor

Joining Europe: the British Labour Party, Danish Social Democrats and European integration, 1958-72. Broad, Matthew
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Worley, Matthew; Risso, Linda
     Chronological coverage: 1958–1972
     Index terms: European integration; Labour party; Social Democrats, Social Democracy, in Denmark; Foreign relations, with Denmark; Denmark, and Britain

Juana I and the struggle for power in an age of transition, 1504-21. Fleming, Gillian
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Rodriguez-Salgado, Maria-José
     Chronological coverage: 1504–1521
     Index terms: Juana I (1479-1555), queen of Castile and Aragon; Castile; Aragon; Spain

Lords of conquest, navigation and commerce: diplomacy and the imperial ideal during the reign of John V, 1707-50. Melo, Joao V.
     Ph.D., Swansea. (Hist.). Supervised by Halikowski-Smith, Stefan
     Chronological coverage: 1707–1750
     Index terms: Diplomats, Diplomacy. In Portugal; Empire, Portuguese; John V (1689-1750), king of Portugal; Portugal

Luisa de Carvajal: text, context and (self-)identity. Henstock, Christopher J.
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Redworth, Glyn
     Chronological coverage: 1586–1614
     Index terms: Carvajal y Mendoza, Luisa (1566-1614), Spanish poet; Spain

Material culture of the Jewish diaspora in post-war France. O'Connell, Vincent
     Ph.D., University of Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by McElligott, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960
     Categories: 20th Century

'Men of brain and brawn and guts': the professionalisation of marine engineering in Britain, France and Germany, 1830-1960. Hamblin, Kate
     Ph.D., Exeter. (Maritime Hist.). Supervised by Rodger, Nicholas A.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1960
     Index terms: Engineering, marine; Professionalisation, of marine engineering; France; Germany; Engineering, marine, in France; Engineering, marine, in Germany; Professionalisation, of marine engineering, in France; Professionalisation, of marine engineering, in Germany

Newcomers in organised crime: a case study of Rogoli's Sacra Corona Unita, 1979-99. Kingston, Natasha
     Ph.D., Bath. (Hum & Soc. Sc.)
     Chronological coverage: 1979–1999
     Index terms: Sacra Corona Unita; Italy; Crime, organised, in Italy; Rogoli, Giuseppe (b. 1946), Italian criminal

Performing propaganda: music life and culture in Paris, 1914-18. Moore, Rachel
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Ellis, Katharine
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: Culture, in France; Paris; Music, in France; France; Propaganda, in France

Popular humour in Stalin's 1930s - a study of popular opinion and adaptation. Waterlow, Jonathan
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Priestland, David R.; Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1940
     Index terms: Humour, in the U.S.S.R.; Popular opinion, in the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Stalin, Joseph (1878-1953), Soviet dictator

Power and authority in a 'total institution': the experience of captivity in British P.O.W. camps in Germany during the First World War. Wilkinson, Oliver
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Peniston-Bird, Corinna; Constantine, Stephen
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918
     Index terms: World War I (1914-18); P.O.W.s, see Prisoners of War; Prisoners of War, in Germany; Germany, and Britain

'Reformed': Protestants outside France in Jean Crespin's martyrologies. Tucker, James
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1540–1572
     Index terms: Crespin, Jean (c.1520-1572), French Protestant lawyer; Protestants, Protestantism; France; Martyrologies

Reforming Austria-Hungary: beyond his control or beyond his capacity? The domestic policies of Emperor Karl I, November 1916-May 1917. Brennan, Christopher
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Sked, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1916–1917
     Index terms: Austria-Hungary; Karl I and IV (1887-1922), emperor of Austria-Hungary

Revolutionary neighbourhoods and networks during the Paris Commune of 1871. Chadwick, Iain C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert N.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1871
     Index terms: Paris Commune; France

Revolutionary neighbourhoods and networks during the Paris Commune of 1871. Chadwick, Iain C.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert N.
     Chronological coverage: 1871–1871
     Categories: 19th Century; Political history

Shaping the local: the département of Seine-et-Oise under the Second French Empire. Johnston, Jean-Michel
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Zimmer, Oliver
     Chronological coverage: 1852–1870
     Index terms: France; Seine-et-Oise, département; Second French Empire

Strategies for celebration : realising the ideal celebratory city in London and Paris, 1660-1715. Tierney, Elaine Alice
     Ph.D., University of Sussex. Supervised by McShane, Angela; Llewellyn, Nigel; Howard, Maurice
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1715
     Categories: Cultural history; Social history; Urban history; Britain and Ireland; 16th-17th Century; 18th-19th Century

Strategies for celebration: staging the ideal city in London and Paris, 1660-1715. Tierney, Elaine
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist. of Art). Supervised by Llewellyn, Nigel; McShane, Angela
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1715
     Index terms: Paris; London; Celebration, public, in France; Celebration, public

The 1944 Warsaw Uprising: breakdown in the Allied alliance and beginning of the Cold War?. Murphy, Jonathan
     Ph.D., University College Cork (National University of Ireland). (Hist.). Supervised by Cosgrave, Mike
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1944
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; United States; 20th Century

The afterlife of the Red Army Faction in works by Gerhard Richter and K.R.H. Sonderborg. Wolff, Katharina K. B.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Alastair
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1998
     Index terms: Richter, Gerhard (b. 1932), German artist; Art, Artists, German; Terrorism, in Germany; Germany; Red Army Faction; Sonderborg, K.R.H. (1923-2008), Danish artist

The Battle of the Ardennes, 22 August 1914: a comparative study. House, Simon
     Ph.D., King's College London. (War Stud.). Supervised by Philpott, William; Sabin, Philip
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1914

The construction of formal and informal historical narratives of violence in north-western Bosnia, World War II to the present. Sheftel, Anna
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–2012
     Index terms: Violence, in Bosnia; World War II (1939-45); Bosnia
     Categories: 20th Century

The department store in German society and politics, 1881-1940. Mueller, John
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1940
     Index terms: Retail, in Germany; Germany; Department stores, in Germany

The development of Sarajevo during the period of Austro-Hungarian administration (1878-1918). Sparks, M.W.D.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Benton, Tim; Mombauer, Annika
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1918
     Index terms: Austria-Hungary; Sarajevo
     Categories: Europe19th Century; 20th Century

The dissemination of Western music through Catholic missions in High Qing China (1662-1795). Jia, Shubing
     Ph.D., Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Banfield, Stephen; Bickers, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1662–1795
     Categories: Cultural history; Ecclesiastical and religious history; Imperial and colonial; Asia and Middle East; Britain and Ireland; 16th-17th Century; 18th-19th Century

The end of Richelieu: noble conspiracy and Spanish treason in Louis XIII's France, 1636-42. Gregory, Charles T.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Parrott, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1636–1642
     Index terms: France, and Spain; Spain, and France; Conspiracy, Spanish; Treason, Spanish; Louis XIII (1601-43), king of France; du Plessis, Armand Jean, see Richelieu; Richelieu, Cardinal (1595-1642), French statesman

The experience of Austrian women during the four-powered Allied occupation, 1945-55. Steele, Helen L.
     Ph.D., Swansea. (Hist.). Supervised by Lewis, Jill J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Index terms: Austria, Allied occupied; Women, in Austria

The experience of Austrian women during the four-powered Allied occupation, 1945-55. Steele, Helen L.
     Ph.D., Swansea. (Hist.). Supervised by Lewis, Jill J.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1955
     Categories: 20th Century

'The faith and the fury': popular anticlerical violence and iconoclasm in Spain, 1931-6. Thomas, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Graham, Helen
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1936
     Index terms: Violence, anticlerical, in Spain; Iconoclasm, in Spain; Spain

The French invasions of Portugal, 1807-11: rebellion, reaction and resistance. Gray, Anthony
     M.A., York. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrest, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1807–1811
     Index terms: Portugal, and France; France, and Portugal

The French Revolution, religious dissent and the Priestley Riots of 1792. Atherton, Jonathan
     Ph.D., Leicester. (Hist.). Supervised by Aston, Nigel R.
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1792
     Index terms: French Revolution (1789); Dissent, religious; Religion; Priestley Riots (1792); Birmingham

The international dimension of S.P.D. and the P.C.I.: Europe, Cold War and détente. Freyberg, Stefanie
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Sassoon, Donald
     Chronological coverage: 1960–1980
     Index terms: Cold War; S.P.D., see Social Democratic Party, Germany; Social Democratic Party, Germany; Germany; Italy; P.C.I., see Communist Party, Italy; Communist party, Italy

The official East German response to Willy Brandt and Neue Ostpolitik, 1969-72. Miller, Mark J.
     Ph.D., Cambridge. Supervised by Evans, Richard J.
     Chronological coverage: 1969–1972
     Index terms: Brandt, Willy (1913-92), chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany; German Democratic Republic; Federal Republic of Germany; Neue Ostpolitik

The political discourse of the European parliament, enlargement and the construction of a European identity, 1962-2004. De Angelis, Emma
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ludlow, N. Piers
     Chronological coverage: 1962–2004
     Index terms: Parliament, European; Identity, European

The politics of a presence: Algerians in Marseille from independence to 'immigration sauvage' (1962-74). Naylor, Ed
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Jackson, Julian T.
     Chronological coverage: 1962–1974
     Index terms: France, and Algeria; Migration, Algerian, to France; Algeria, and France; Marseille

The power of the signature: a Derridian exploration of the signature's significance in the work of Francis Picabia, Hannah Höch and Man Ray. Trumble, Angela
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Alastair
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1980
     Index terms: Höch, Hannah (1889-1978), German artist; Picabia, Francis (1879-1953), French artist; Man Ray (1890-1976), U.S. artist; Derrida, Jacques (1930-2004), French philosopher; Art, Artists; Signatures

The Réalité-humaine of Henry Corbin. Bligh, Rebecca
     Ph.D., London. (Goldsmiths Hist.). Supervised by Caygill, Howard; Stouraiti, Anastasia
     Chronological coverage: 1923–1978
     Index terms: Corbin, Henry (1903-78), French scholar, philosopher and theologian; France

The S.S. Cavalry Brigade and its operations in the Soviet Union, 1941-2. Pieper, Henning
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Zimmerer, Jürgen
     Chronological coverage: 1941–1942
     Index terms: United States of America, and the U.S.S.R.; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; World War II (1939-45); S.S. Cavalry Brigade; Army, U.S.

Through mother and child to a better Spain: the discourse and social practice of Auxilio Social, 1936-61. Sheridan Breakwell, Suan
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lannon, Frances
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1961
     Index terms: Mothers, Motherhood, in Spain; Children, in Spain; Auxilio Social; Spain

Tiers-mondisme and sans-frontierisme in 20th-century France. Davey, Eleanor
     Ph.D., London. (Q.M. Hist.). Supervised by Jackson, Julian T.
     Chronological coverage: 1900–2000
     Index terms: France; Tiers-mondisme, in France; Sans-frontierisme, in France

Viennese culture and politics, 1861-1938: everyday expressions of ‘German’ identity. Carter-Sinclair, Michael
     Ph.D., King's College London. (Hist.). Supervised by Rowe, Michael P.
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1938
     Index terms: Politics, in Austria; Culture, in Austria; Vienna; Austria; Identity, German, in Austria

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A comparison between the representatives of nationality as exhibited in discussion surrounding the 1889 Nationality Law in France and the 1905 Aliens Act in Britain. Sheffield, Hilary
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Baycroft, Timothy
     Chronological coverage: 1889–1905

A critical year: resistance and politics in Lyon, September 1944-December 1945. Couillard, Mathilde
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Gildea, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1944–1945

Alfred Andersch and Golo Mann in Berzona: West-German intellectuals, political activism and the Nazi past. Schmidt, Patrik S.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1980

Anglo-Dutch relations: a political and diplomatic analysis of the years 1625-42. Poot, Anton
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Croft, Pauline
     Chronological coverage: 1625–1642

Art collectives/collective art: authorship and the Cold War in western Europe, 1957-69. Galimberti, Jacopo
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Wilson, Sarah G.
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1969

A study of British diplomatic relations with the Habsburg monarchy: Austria-Hungary and British attitudes towards it in the years 1885-1918. Shipton, Frederick D.R.
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul R.
     Chronological coverage: 1885–1918

At home in Prague: representations of home in the Czechoslovakian inter-war. Harrison, Michele
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Langhamer, Claire L.; Warne, Christopher M.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

'At the gates of civilization': southern children in Turin primary schools, 1950s-70s. De Michele, Grazia
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. ; Eur. Stud.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1950–1980

Bankruptcy regimes in early 19th-century France and Germany. Bittner, Frederic J.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Ploeckl, Florian
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900

Bradford mills at Marki, Warsaw: a case study of British entrepreneurship in Russian Poland, 1883-1914. Dietz, Sarah
     Ph.D., Bradford. (Peace Stud.). Supervised by Gregory, James; Bátonyi, Gábor
     Chronological coverage: 1883–1914

British humanitarianism in the Russian mirror, late 19th century to 1923. Kelly, Luke
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Gatrell, Peter; Taithe, Bertrand
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1923

Changing opinions and alternative perspectives on education in Spain, 1559-1625. Ford, Oliver
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Brockliss, Laurence
     Chronological coverage: 1559–1625

Civilising the police(man): police reform, culture and practice in Lisbon, c.1860-1910. Gonçalves, C. Gonçalo R.
     Ph.D., Open University. (Hist.). Supervised by Lawrence, Paul M.; Emsley, Clive
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1910

Constructing the city, constructing identity: post-war urban landscape in Potsdam. Gartside, Edward N.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1990

Crisis, continuity and change: women in south-eastern Attika, 1930-1950s. Bibli, Ioanna
     M.Phil., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Kallis, Aristotle; Peniston-Bird, Corinna; Blinkhorn, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1960

Debating venality: writing about the sale of judicial offices in 16th-century France. Pollack, Samuel J.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Briggs, Robin
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600

Decolonisation and its impact on European integration: France, the French protectorates and the creation of a common market. Zuber, Julian B.
     M.Sc., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1993

Designs of empire: Pauline Bonaparte and the decoration of the Hôtel Charost, 1803-46. Waelbroeck, Laura E.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by West, Shearer
     Chronological coverage: 1803–1846

Dictating the Holocaust: female administrators of the Third Reich. Century, Rachel
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945

Domestic football and nationalism in the construction and destruction of socialist Yugoslavia, 1945-95. Mills, Richard M.S.
     Ph.D., East Anglia. (Hist.)
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1995
     Categories: 20th Century

Engendering the new Soviet child: the representation of children as pioneer citizens of the U.S.S.R. in the 1920s and 1930s. Starkova, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Milner, John
     Chronological coverage: 1920–1940

Establishing mission networks in the early Catholic church: Ireland, Rome and the West Indies, 1600-69. Binasco, Matteo
     Ph.D., National University of Ireland, Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Forrestal, Alison
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1669

Everything speaks: the Jewish Lithuanian experience through people, places and objects. Woolfson, Shivaun
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Wiese, Christian; Langhamer, Claire L.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000

Fascistizing Turin: compromising with tradition and clashing with opposition. Graglia, Giovanni
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Heather; Ludlow, N. Piers
     Chronological coverage: 1922–1945

French perceptions of British espionage under the Directory. Garcia de la Huerta, Carlos
     M.A., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.
     Chronological coverage: 1795–1799

Golden age Jesuit: Juan Eusebio Nieremberg and the rhetoric of discernment in 17th-century Spain. Hendrickson, D. Scott
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. ; Mod. Lang. ; Lit.). Supervised by Thompson, Colin
     Chronological coverage: 1615–1658

I modelli agiografici femminili nella politica delle canonizzazioni di Giovanni Paolo II, 1978-2005. Ciciliot, Valentina
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. ; Eur. Stud.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1978–2005

Imperial Russia and the Chinese treaty ports, 1890s-1917. Crawford, Alan
     Ph.D., University of Bristol. (Hist. Stud.). Supervised by Bickers, Robert
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1917
     Categories: 20th Century; 18th-19th Century; Asia and Middle East; Imperial and colonial; Economic history

Inter-generational diachronic study of the German-Jewish Fein family in Leipzig. Langeheine, Rico
     M.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Wolf, Gerhard; Betts, Paul R.
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1950

International law and the Spanish Civil War: a critical exploration of the ideas concerning the international status, recognition, legitimacy and sovereignty of the Nationalist Government of Spain in Britain, 1936-40'. Peak, Thomas W.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Buchanan, Tom
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1940

Intersecting influences in the work of Balthasar Denner: reconciling the portrait and the Porendenner. Schroeder, Helena C.M.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by West, Shearer
     Chronological coverage: 1705–1749

Irish Protestant travel to Europe, 1660-1727. Ansell, Richard
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Barnard, Toby
     Chronological coverage: 1660–1727

Justifying mass murder: petitions for clemency in the Dachau series of trials. Sebestyen, Connor G.C.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948

La gloire et le malentendu: Goldoni and the Comédie-Italienne, 1760-93. Goodman, Jessica M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Med. ; Mod. Lang. ; Lit.). Supervised by Viala, Alain
     Chronological coverage: 1760–1793

Lagunak! A comparative of radical Basque & Irish nationalism. Hallinan, Ross
     M.A., University of Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by O'Donnell, Ruán
     Chronological coverage: 1959–1980

Las desafectas: anti-republican women and republican justice, 1936-9. Flynn, Angela T.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Lannon, Frances
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

L'Atelier del mondo: L'Internazionale socialista e l'Europa nel pensiero dei socialisti italiani e francesi, 1945-57. Pugliese, Enrico
     Ph.D., Reading. (Mod. Lang. ; Eur. Stud.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1957

Latin books printed in Paris, 1501-40. Mullins, Sophie
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Walsby, Malcolm; Pettegree, Andrew D.M.
     Chronological coverage: 1501–1540

Legal culture in a turbulent time: towards a legal anthropology of early modern Saxony. Jordan, John
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Roper, Lyndal A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

Makeshift Freedom Seekers: Dutch Travellers in Europe, 1815-1914. Geurts, Anna
     Ph.D., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Zimmer, Oliver
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1914

Memorial and Stalinist memory: the connection between public and private memory in the work of Russia's Memorial Society. Brabon, Katherine A.A.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Kelly, Catriona
     Chronological coverage: 1989–2013

Memory, entertainment, propaganda: the Great War and German popular cinema, 1933-45. Alberts, Patrick
     Ph.D., Salford. (Cen. Eur. Sec.). Supervised by Foster, Ian; Searle, Alaric
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1945

Miseria, misericordia mascolinità: Italian humanist photography, 1932-62. Caruso, Martina
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Wilson, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1932–1962

Motivation in the armies of old-regime Europe. Berkovich, Ilya
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Simms, Brendan; Blanning, Tim C.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1700–1800
     Categories: 18th-19th Century; Military/naval history

Pacification, collaboration and resistance in Napoleonic Valencia, 1812-3. Gribaudi, Timothy J.F.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Broers, Michael; Hopkin, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1812–1813

Painting the provincial: a statistical analysis of rural imagery in the Paris salons, 1831-81. Greenwald, Diana S.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1831–1881

Perceptions of childhood as expressed in Irish and German medical journals, 1880-1930. Kruse, Jutta
     Ph.D., University of Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by Breathnach, Ciara
     Chronological coverage: 1880–1930

Polemic, propaganda and political thought: In defence of the Holy Emperor Charles (1527). Lockyer, Lynda
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Kraye, Jill A.
     Chronological coverage: 1527–1527

Private collectors in Bologna, 1500-1625. Hillier, Lisa
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Kraye, Jill A.
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1625

'Prolétaire en propriétaire': a study of local paternalism and national innovation in the cités ouvrières of Mulhouse. Clement, William
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Whyte, William H.
     Chronological coverage: 1853–1900

Protective intervention in the Holy Roman Empire in the early eighteenth century. Milton, Patrick
     Ph.D., Cambridge. (Hist.). Supervised by Simms, Brendan P.
     Chronological coverage: 1701–1750
     Categories: Ecclesiastical and religious history; Political history; 18th-19th Century

Representing genocide: the Holocaust as paradigm?. Jinks, Rebecca
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stone, Dan
     Chronological coverage: 1940–2008

Re-presenting the Peredvizhniki: a partnership of artists in late 19th-century Russia. Shabanov, Andrey
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by Solkin, David H.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1923

Scottish commercial contacts with the Iberian world, 1581-1730. McLoughlin, Claire
     Ph.D., St. Andrews. (Hist.). Supervised by Murdoch, Steve
     Chronological coverage: 1581–1730

The architecture of state-building: the Savoyard state and the Kingdom of Naples in the 18th century. Echlin, Alex
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Davidson, Nicholas S.
     Chronological coverage: 1713–1770

The experience of the British army in Italy in World War I. Dillon, John
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.; Bosworth, Richard
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1918

The factory museum: the transition from industry to art in the Ruhr region in Germany. Kodzhabasheva, Ani S.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Alastair
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000

The failure of democracy in south-east Europe during the inter-war period: a comparison of Bulgaria and Hungary. Lyapov, Filip
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

The final spectacle: military painting under the Second Empire, 1855-67. Thoma, Julia
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by House, John
     Chronological coverage: 1855–1867

The first Armenian Republic and its territorial conflicts with Azerbaijan. Imranli-Lowe, Kamala
     Ph.D., Birmingham. (Russ. Stud.). Supervised by Rees, Arfan; Yemetianova, Galina
     Chronological coverage: 1917–1920

The French government and the policing of the extra-territorial print trade, 1770-98. Seaward, Louise
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Burrows, Simon F.
     Chronological coverage: 1770–1798

The ideological underpinning of darkness in 17th-century Spanish painting and visual culture. Moran, Sussie L.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

The image of the artist, Paris, 1815-55. Oliver, Lois C.
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by House, John
     Chronological coverage: 1815–1855

The influence of warfare in the prince-bishopric of Liège during the war of the League of Augsburg, 1688-97. Goorts, Roeland
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Trim, David; Tallett, Frank
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1697
     Categories: Military/naval history; 16th-17th Century; Political history

The journal of Gruppe SPUR. Roegies, Kelly J.J.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Wright, Alastair
     Chronological coverage: 1957–1957

The light of conscience: Jean Barbeyrac on moral, civil and religious authority. Bisset, Sophie
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Vance, Norman; Haakonssen, Knud
     Chronological coverage: 1694–1744

The myth of national destiny in Cyprus and Ireland: the crisis of revolutionary nationalism in the 1970s. Panayiotou, Efrosyni
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Mulholland, Marc
     Chronological coverage: 1970–1980

The Nordic banking crisis of the late 1980s and early 1990s: why did Denmark avoid a systematic crisis?. Tholstrup, Jens J.
     M.Sc., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1985–1995

The origins and implementation of the 1906 French 'Beauquier' Law for the protection of landscape. McCarey, Martha L.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hopkin, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1906

Theory through the post: Boccioni and Severini's futurism(s). Kwartler, Talia B.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by West, Shearer
     Chronological coverage: 1902–1966

The peripatetic Nabis: Paris streets and pedestrianism in the art of Bonnard, Vallotton and Vuillard. Xue, Junyuan
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by West, Shearer
     Chronological coverage: 1890–1900

The poetry of sound: Jean Cocteau, film and early sound design. Anderson, Laura
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Music). Supervised by Brown, Julie
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1960

The primacy of disegno: Filippo Baldinucci's activity as an art historian in late Medici Florence. Hilliam, Amanda J.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1644–1697

The remaking of German foreign policy during the Schröder era. Karmann, Till P.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1998–2005

The rise of the Austrian Freedom Party (F.P.Ö.) under Jörg Haider and right-wing populism in Austria, 1986-2000: historical roots, political context and a cultural perspective. Murphy, Anthony
     M.Phil., Bradford. (Peace Stud.). Supervised by Bátonyi, Gábor; Housden, Martyn
     Chronological coverage: 1986–2000

The role of the military in the development of a Spanish liberal public sphere, 1820-3. Meyer Forsting, Richard
     M.Sc., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Marfany, Julie
     Chronological coverage: 1820–1823

The Sacro Monte of Varese: an analysis of the ‘authentic experience’. Granato, Alessandro
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1604–1712

The Valladolid debate (1550-1) and the historical making of the language of racism and human rights. Rodriguez, Philippe-Andre
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Belich, James
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1551

The White International: anatomy of a transnational radical revisionist plot in Central Europe after World War I. Alforde, Nicholas
     Ph.D., Bradford. (Peace Stud.). Supervised by Bátonyi, Gábor; Hiden, John
     Chronological coverage: 1918–1920

The world festivals of youth and students and the post-war generation: Britain's decline as Cold War spectacle. Loyd, Thomas R.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Jones, Polly
     Chronological coverage: 1947–1991

Unwilling allies? Tommy-Poilu relations on the Western Front, 1914-18. Kempshall, Christopher
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Warne, Christopher M.; Gazeley, Ian S.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

Using Vesalius: strategies for the presentation and sharing of anatomical knowledge gained through dissection in the Renaissance. Robson, Laura
     Ph.D., Reading. (Classics). Supervised by Aston, Emma; King, Helen
     Chronological coverage: 1534–1600

War, state and society in the prince-bishopric of Liège during the Nine Years' War, 1688-97. Goorts, Roeland
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Trim, David; Tallett, Frank
     Chronological coverage: 1688–1697

Winning the peace: the British in occupied Germany, 1945-8. Knowles, Christopher
     Ph.D., King's College London. (Hist.). Supervised by Thane, Patricia M.; Weisbrod, Bernd
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1948

Women and piazze: imag(in)ing gender in Renaissance Florence. Heagerty, Emily N.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Johnson, Geraldine
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600

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A conflict of interests? British efforts in the pursuit of post-war justice and the exploitation of technical intelligence in occupied Germany. Hall, Charlie
     M.A., Kent. (Hist.). Supervised by Schmidt, Ulf
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1960

A family at the end of Europe: Eduardo Propper de Callejón, the Fould Springers and the fracture of cosmopolitan Europe, 1940-2. McAuley, James K.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Conway, Martin
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1942

Allied propaganda in occupied France and Belgium during the First World War. Wilkin, Bernard
     Ph.D., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Baycroft, Timothy P.
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1918

Anglo-French intelligence liaison, 1909-39. Haire, Emily
     Ph.D., Belfast. (Hist. and Anthr.). Supervised by Jeffery, Keith J.
     Chronological coverage: 1909–1939

Anglo-German football rivalry in English and German newspapers, 1956-96. Wagner, Christoph
     Ph.D., De Montfort. (Hum.). Supervised by Porter, Dilwyn
     Chronological coverage: 1956–1996

Anglo-Polish diplomatic relations, 1939-43. Murphy, Jonathan
     Ph.D., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Cosgrave, Michael
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1943

Between politics and conspiracy: the public image and the private politics of the Duc d’Orleans. Clarke, Richard
     Ph.D., Kingston. (Econ., Hist. and Pol.). Supervised by Linton, Marisa; Hawkins, Mike
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1850

Beyond the Sun King's bedside: Antoine Vallot and the broader identity of the premier médicin du roi in Louis XIV's reign. Hawkes, Natalie
     Ph.D., Newcastle. (Hist.). Supervised by Rütten, Thomas; Spawforth, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1652–1715

Bitter justice: the penitentiary of El Puerto De Santa Maria and its Basque dimension, 1936-49. Lyon, David
     M.Phil., Sheffield. (Hist.). Supervised by Vincent, Mary
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1949
     Categories: Political history; 20th Century

'Brigadistas': the history and memory of Irish anti-fascists in the Spanish Civil War. Convery, David
     Ph.D., University College Cork. (Hist.). Supervised by Ó Drisceoil, Donal
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

Britain and the establishment of communism in Poland, 1943-8. Mason, Andrea
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Prazmowska, Anita J.
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1948

Building communism: the Young Communist League during the Soviet thaw period, 1953-64. Uhl, Katharina
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Kelly, Catriona
     Chronological coverage: 1953–1964

Common lands and economic development in 19th-century Spain. Beltran Tapia, Francisco J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900

Community and law in 15th-16th-century Poznau. Walczak, Magdalena J.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Nowakowska, Natalia; Forrest, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1400–1600

Cultural imperialism in Siberia: colonial elites in Irkutsk, 1861-1914. McGaughey, Aaron
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Badcock, Sarah
     Chronological coverage: 1861–1914

Czechoslovakian crisis of 1938. Valny, Tereza
     Ph.D., Lancaster. (Hist.). Supervised by Sayer, Derek
     Chronological coverage: 1938–1938

Delacroix in captivity: a re-reading of the tiger images as self-expression. Franchetti, Laura K.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Grootenboer, Hanneke
     Chronological coverage: 1818–1863

East German expellees in West Germany, 1945-2000. Arwyn, Arddun H.
     Ph.D., Aberystwyth. (Hist. and Welsh Hist.). Supervised by Lambert, Peter A.; Rendle, Matt
     Chronological coverage: 1945–2000

Fantasies of state power: French banlieues and the boundaries of modernity, 1955-73. Hensman, Ravi
     Ph.D., Manchester. (Hist.). Supervised by Jerram, Leif; Taithe, Bertrand
     Chronological coverage: 1955–1973

Femme feline: exploring the role of the cat in early modern art. Cruse, Anna C.J.R.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Johnson, Geraldine
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

For Christ and Germany: German Catholicism and the Second World War. Brodie, Thomas
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Stargardt, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

French emigration in Great Britain in response to the French revolution: memories, integrations, cultural transfers. Reboul, Juliette
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Linch, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1789–1900

French or Renaissance: the translation of Italian cinquecento architecture. Jacobs, Matthew P.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1600

From controversy to icon(s): 'Little dancer aged 14' and the concept of the masterpiece. Hulshof, Kathelijn E.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1881–1881

From rhetoric to practice: social, economic and ideological contexts of the 'anti-parasite legislation' in the Soviet Union, 1948-64. Tolmachev, Viacheslav
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Baron, Nicholas
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1964

German-German sporting relations with particular reference to the Olympic Games, 1948-72. Raeke, Bernd
     Ph.D., Plymouth. (Hum.). Supervised by Jefferys, Kevin; Barkhof, Sandra
     Chronological coverage: 1948–1972

German representations of British imperialism, 1939-45. Stiles, Victoria
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Umbach, Maiken
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

'Globulising' the hospital ward: legitimising homeopathic medicine through the establishment of hospitals in 19th-century London and Madrid. von Reiswitz, Felix
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Hist.). Supervised by Neve, Michael R.; Hardy, Anne
     Chronological coverage: 1800–1900

'He appeared to us like a god': popular perceptions and memories of Giuseppe Garibaldi and the revolution of 1860 in Sicily in the later 19th century. Kehoe, Ben
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hopkin, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1860–1900

Historical narratives and European nationalism: Germany and Ireland in comparison. Nagle, Shane
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Ceserani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1840–1939

Historical Narratives and European Nationalisms: Germany and Ireland in Comparison. Nagle, Shane
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Ceserani, David
     Categories: Britain and Ireland; 20th Century; 18th-19th Century

Household consumption, saving and welfare in pre-war national socialist Germany. Winkler, Robin M.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Dimsdale, Nicholas H.; Grant, Oliver
     Chronological coverage: 1933–1939

Inter-generational diachronic study of the German-Jewish Fein family from Leipzig. Langeheine, Rico
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul R.; Wolf, Gerhard
     Chronological coverage: 1800–2000

Invention and erudition in the art of Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione: case studies, c.1645-55. Sganzerla, Anita
     Ph.D., London. (Courtauld Inst.). Supervised by McTighe, Sheila
     Chronological coverage: 1645–1655

Irishmen in the British Service during the French Revolutionary Wars, 1793-1802. McDonnell, Ciaean
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Murphy, David; Speller, Ian
     Chronological coverage: 1793–1802

Irish-Soviet diplomatic and friendship relations, 1919-80. Quinn, Michael J.
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Maynooth. (Hist.). Supervised by Hill, Jacqueline
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1980

Italian anti-fascism and the Spanish Civil War. Cogni, Manuele
     Ph.D., Reading. (Hist.). Supervised by Duggan, Christopher J.H.
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

Jan Baptista van Helmont and his editors and translators in the 17th century. Fransen, Sietske
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Giglioni, Guido; Duits, Rembrandt
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

Jewish masculinity in the Holocaust. Carey, Anna-Madelena
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Stone, Dan
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1945

'Misery in the moorlands': lived bodies in the Landes de Gascogne, 1870-1914. Pooley, William
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Hopkin, David M.
     Chronological coverage: 1870–1914

Napoleon and British popular song, 1797-1822. Cox Jensen, Oskar
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Philp, Mark; Gleadle, Kathryn
     Chronological coverage: 1797–1822

News of Transylvania in German printed periodicals of the 17th century, from Istvan Bocskai to Gyorgy II Rakoczi. Dillon, Virginia
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

Pierre de L'Estoile's world in the wars of religion: Paris, 1546-1611. Hamilton, Tom B.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Parrott, David A.
     Chronological coverage: 1546–1611

'Pierre, or the Ambiguities': Bayle, Jurieu, and the Dictionnaire Historique et Critique. van der Lugt, Mara
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Tunstall, Kate; Brockliss, Laurence W.B.
     Chronological coverage: 1667–1706

Policing 'wayward' youth: law, society and youth criminality in Berlin, 1939-53. Meeres, David
     Ph.D., Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by McElligott, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1953

Political elites, the public sphere and the genesis of fascism in Weimar Germany: a prosopographical approach. Unger, Simon B.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by O'Rourke, Kevin
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1933

Political parties, irredentism and the Foreign Ministry: Greece and Macedonia, 1878-1910. Michalopoulos, Georgios
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Conway, Martin; Anastasakis, Othon
     Chronological coverage: 1878–1910

Printing privileges and the replicated image: case studies of the 'Cum Privilegio'. Rabinowe, Sarah A.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Clunas, Craig
     Chronological coverage: 1629–1990

Reconstructing civic culture and politics in the Saarland, 1945-52. Larsen, Michael
     M.A., Limerick. (Hist.). Supervised by McElligott, Anthony
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1952

Re-imagining the nation: Josep Renau and the politics of culture in Republican Spain, 1931-9. Bjerstrom, Carl-Henrik
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Graham, Helen E.
     Chronological coverage: 1931–1939

Representations of the monarchy and peace-making in the royal tour of France, 1564-6. Briggs, Linda
     Ph.D., Warwick. (Hist.). Supervised by Roberts, Penny
     Chronological coverage: 1564–1566

Shifting silence, enduring shame, ambivalent memories: an oral history of the Portuguese colonial war (1961-74). Ferreira Campos, Angela
     D.Phil., Sussex. (Hist.). Supervised by Langhamer, Claire L.
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1974

Soviet relations with national-liberation movements, 1961-76. Telepneva, Natalia
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Westad, O. Arne
     Chronological coverage: 1961–1976

Tastes and attitudes to the art of the past in Italy, 1550-1800. Popoviciu, Laura
     Ph.D., London. (Warburg). Supervised by Hope, Charles; McGrath, Elizabeth
     Chronological coverage: 1550–1800

The brief season of the Austrian vice-royalty, 1707-34. Mileo, Antonio
     Ph.D., Ulster. (Hist.). Supervised by Guarino, Gabriel; Ó Ciardha, Éamonn
     Chronological coverage: 1707–1734

The British left intelligentsia and their French counterparts, 1930-44: perceptions and interactions. Appleby, Alison
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Pilbeam, Pamela
     Chronological coverage: 1930–1944

The family picture: a study of identity construction in 17th-century Dutch portraits. Gavaghan, Kerry
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Grootenboer, Hanneke
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

The history of Zvi Spiegel: the experience of Mengele twins and their protector during the Holocaust and its aftermath. Heller, Yoav
     Ph.D., London. (R.H.U.L. Hist.). Supervised by Cesarani, David
     Chronological coverage: 1943–1950

The new industrial order: corporation, collaboration and industrial organisation in inter-republican France, 1940-7. Brunet, Luc-André
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Sked, Alan
     Chronological coverage: 1940–1947

The Northern Department of the British Foreign Office and the Soviet Union, 1939-45. Dooley, Jacqueline
     Ph.D., Leeds. (Hist.). Supervised by Waddington, Geoffrey G.T.
     Chronological coverage: 1939–1945

The Ottoman Greek press, 1830-62. Marks, Marina
     Ph.D., London. (S.O.A.S. Hist.). Supervised by Fortna, Benjamin C.
     Chronological coverage: 1830–1862

The problem of the Hungarian borders and minorities in British foreign policy, 1936-41. Becker, Andras
     Ph.D., Southampton. (Hist.). Supervised by Cornwall, Mark
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1941

The production of social memory in the landscapes of London and Berlin's subterranean transport infrastructure. Merrill, Sam
     Ph.D., London. (U.C. Geog.). Supervised by Dennis, Richard J.; Harris, Andrew
     Chronological coverage: 1863–2010

The sacred made too real? Religious art and devotional practice in post-Tridentine Spain. Kulka, Rahul
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Grootenboer, Hanneke
     Chronological coverage: 1563–1962

The scope of politics in early modern imperial systems: the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation and Poland-Lithuania in the 17th century in comparison. Preusse, Christian J.
     D.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Evans, Robert J.W.; Nowakowska, Natalia M.
     Chronological coverage: 1600–1700

The sovereignty of the royal portrait of revolutionary and Napoleonic Europe: five case studies surrounding Maria Carolina, queen of Naples. Goudie, Allison
     D.Phil., Oxford. Supervised by Grootenboer, Hanneke
     Chronological coverage: 1752–1814

The Sovietisation of Poland's Baltic 'recovered territories', 1945-56. McNamara, Paul
     Ph.D., N.U.I. Galway. (Hist.). Supervised by Healy, Róisín
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1956

The Spanish Civil War in Andalucia: repression, 1936-9. Serem, Ruben
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Preston, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

Thinking through drawing: Jorinde Voigt's system of enquiry. Hartwig, Isabel S.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Grootenboer, Hanneke
     Chronological coverage: 1997–2014

To what extent did West Germany contribute to Republikflucht (mass emigration) in the years 1945-61?. Duschenes, Caitlin R.P.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Betts, Paul
     Chronological coverage: 1945–1961

Transnational press relations on the far left between France and England, 1954-62. Schatz, Michael
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Buchanan, Tom
     Chronological coverage: 1954–1962

Using medieval history: the Teutonic knights in Weimar Germany and the 'Third Reich'. Davies, Sheona
     Ph.D., Nottingham. (Hist.). Supervised by Umbach, Maiken
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1945

Was elite decision-making regarding the policy of non-intervention followed by the British government during the Spanish Civil War susceptible to influence from external organisations and publications?. Young, Sian M.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Buchanan, Tom
     Chronological coverage: 1936–1939

What do Swedish and French military and financial preparations for the Thirty Years' War tell us about early modern state formation?. Pettersson, Ylwa V.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Parrott, David
     Chronological coverage: 1555–1618

'What it is to grow old': images of ageing in early modern Europe. Frost, Helen S.
     M.St., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Johnson, Geraldine
     Chronological coverage: 1500–1700

What role did Britain play in economic reconstruction of Hungary after World War I?. McIver, Rory T.
     M.Sc., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by A'Hearn, Brian
     Chronological coverage: 1919–1939

Wine, identity and changing political relationships in France and the European Community, 1967-80. Chen, Maria
     Ph.D., London. (L.S.E. Int. Hist.). Supervised by Ludlow, N. Piers
     Chronological coverage: 1967–1980

Writing life stories in Moscow's institutions for homeless children and youths in the early 1920s. Stevens, Thomas C.
     M.Phil., Oxford. (Mod. Hist.). Supervised by Mannherz, Julia
     Chronological coverage: 1914–1924