Britain and Ireland

Results
The politics of space: experienced, perceived and imagined space in early Stuart England.
Parry, Ross D., Ph.D. (2001), Southampton (Sharpe, Kevin M.)
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Satirical journalism in London, 1815-21.
Wilson, B.K., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Daunton, Martin J.)
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'Loss of innocence': the emotional transition from civilian to soldier in the First World War.
Moore-Bick, C.J., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Martland, S. Peter)
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William of Ockham: time, prescience and contingency.
Navasargian, E., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge
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Empire, nationalism and Fabianism in the thought of John S. Furnivall.
Pham, H.-J., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Harper, Timothy N.)
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The civil rights movement in Northern Ireland during the 1960s.
Prince, Simon P., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Clarke, Peter F.)
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The Popish Plot and Catholic martyrology, 1678-1930.
Lee, O.W., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Goldie, Mark A.)
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The life and ambition of the 4th earl of Lennox in Scotland and England, 1516-71.
Macauley, S.J., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Alford, Stephen A.)
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Gypsy identity, 'racial improvement' and evangelical reform in early 19th-century Britain.
Coffin, J.D., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Klein, Lawrence E.)
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The state, the public and the trials of Adolf Beck, 1895-1904.
Gilpin, R. Blakeslee, M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge
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The Social Democratic Federation and the revival of socialism in Britain in the 1880s.
Owen, J., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge
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Family at work: rural manufacturing households in 16th- and 17th-century England.
Kim, H., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Muldrew, J. Craig)
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What the campaigns to rpeal the Contagious Diseases Acts revealed about men's and women's relationships at the end of the 19th century.
Cencig, D.V., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Hirsch, Pam)
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Negotiating class: East London cultural projects in the 'making of a working class', 1870-1914.
Finn, M.T., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Jones, Gareth Stedman)
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A geography of institutional health care in late 19th-century England and Wales.
Wilding, Karl D., Ph.D. (2000), Leeds
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The Hunting Hours: London, British Library, MS. Egerton 1146.
Almond, Richard L., M.Phil. (1999), York
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Archaeology, museums and the nation in 19th- and early 20th-century Ireland.
Crooke, Elizabeth M., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge
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The history of gymnastic activity in the West Midlands, with special reference to Birmingham, 1865-1918: with an analysis of military influences, secular and religious innovation and educational developments.
Galligan, Frank, Ph.D. (2000), Coventry
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England's travell: empire and experience in Hakluyt's "Voyages".
Kostaridou, Maria, Ph.D. (1998), York
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'The fools have stumbled on their best man by accident': an analysis of the 1957 and 1963 Conservative party leadership selections.
Miller, Stephen D., Ph.D. (1999), Huddersfield
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Health and welfare of mothers and infants: Worcestershire, 1890-1948.
Porter, Judith, M.Phil. (2002), Coventry (Porter, Dilwyn; Marland, Hilary)
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The history of community care for people with learning difficulties in Norfolk, 1930-80.
Rolph, Sheena E., Ph.D. (1999), Open University
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Henry Lilley Smith (1788-1859), surgeon, philanthropist and originator of provident dispensaries :a study of the career, ideas and the achievements of a 19-century country doctor.
Wheeler, Simon, M.A. (1996), Warwick
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Dramatic ritual and preaching in late Anglo-Saxon England.
Bedingfield, M. Bradford, D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Composers of Norwich cathedral, 1620-1819.
Roast, T.R., Ph.D. (1998), East Anglia
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Methodist Episcopal and Wesleyan Methodist deaconess work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: a paradigm for evangelism.
Warner, Laceye C., Ph.D. (2000), Bristol
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The emergence of evangelical theology in Scotland to 1550.
Dotterweich, Martin Holt, Ph.D. (2002), Edinburgh
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Appleton's architects: building the University of Edinburgh, 1949-65.
Fenton, Clive Barr, Ph.D. (2002), Edinburgh
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The unwelcome bridle: Peter Martyr Vermigli, the doctrine of the Church and the English Reformation.
Ackroyd, Peter M., Ph.D. (2002), Edinburgh
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Lay piety in later medieval Scotland.
Brown, Helen S., M.Sc. (2002), Edinburgh
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