Britain and Ireland

Results
The art of hearing: English preachers and their audiences, 1590-1640.
Hunt, A.C., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Continuity and change in urban culture: a case study of two provincial towns, Chester and Coventry, c.1600-c.1750.
Knowles, Philip, Ph.D. (2001), Leicester
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Tactical litigation and the ideology of the law in late Tudor and early Stuart Kent.
Newill, Valerie, Ph.D. (2001), Kent
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Edward de Vere, 17th earl of Oxford, 1550-1604: an evaluation of the financial problems and the changing political role of an Elizabethan aristocrat.
Pearson, Daphne V., Ph.D. (2000), Sheffield
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Forms of history in the works of Edmund Spenser.
Van Es, Bart B., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Networks of the life-course: case study of Cheshire, 1570-1700.
Frances, Catherine M., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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'Being like a field': corporate identity in the Stationers' Company, 1557-1684.
Gadd, Ian A., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford
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Anglo-Scots relations and representations of women, 1560-1612.
Gibbs, Joanna B., Ph.D. (2000), London
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Houses and households in County Durham and Newcastle, c.1570-1730.
Green, Adrian G., Ph.D. (2000), Durham
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Provincial playing places and performances in early modern England, 1559-1625.
Keenan, Siobhan, Ph.D. (1999), Warwick
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The marriage of Philip of Habsburg and Mary Tudor and anti-Spanish sentiment in England: political economies and culture, 1553-7.
Samson, Alexander W.S., Ph.D. (1999), London
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Women's letters and letter-writing in England, 1540-1603.
Daybell, James, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
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The construction of martyrdom in the English Catholic community to 1603.
Dillon, Anne K., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge
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The patronage and production of the 'Book of Hours' of James IV and Margaret Tudor.
Lyle, Suzanne, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
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Recreational attitudes and activities of early modern English diarists, 1500-1700.
McKay, Elaine A., Ph.D. (2001), Belfast
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The grafted tongue: linguistic colonization and the native response in 16th-century Ireland.
Palmer, Patricia A., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford
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English evangelical reformers in the last years of Henry VIII.
Ryrie, Alexander G., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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The experience of time in early modern England, with special reference to eastern England.
Wattebot, Antoinette, Ph.D. (2000), East Anglia
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English hunting as a courtly phenomenon under Henry VIII.
Williams, James J., Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
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Population in the parish of Awre: size, growth and structure, 1538-1811.
Brimer, Patricia E., Ph.D. (2001), Wales
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Gender, stereotypes and stories of courtship and domestic violence in the courts of early modern England and Wales.
Lovelock, Anna, M.Phil. (2001), Wales
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Social and economic history of the parish of Penderyn, Breconshire, 1500-1851.
Selwood, Ann, M.Phil. (2001), Wales
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The history of water supply in north Worcestershire up to 1974.
Van-Leerzem, Johann, M.Phil. (2000), Wolverhampton
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Anatomy of an army: the campaigns of 1387-8.
Bell, Adrian R., Ph.D. (2002), Reading (Curry, Anne E.)
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Against all the odds: women in the communist party in Scotland, 1920-91: an oral history.
Rafeek, Neil, Ph.D. (1998), Strathclyde (McMillan, James F.; McIvor, Arthur J.)
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Attitudes to death in late medieval and Reformation England, c.1450-1560.
Tankard, Danae C., Ph.D. (2002), London (Harding, Vanessa A.)
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A Herefordshire nunnery: a calendar, with introduction, of the Aconbury nunnery.
Scott, Mary E., M.Phil. (2001), Southampton (Golding, Brian J.)
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Jews in the Communist party of Great Britain, 1920-48: ethnic susceptibility, generational divergence and party strategy.
Heppell, Jason L., Ph.D. (2001), Sheffield (Holmes, Colin; Martin, David E.)
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A political biography of Alexander Raven Thomson.
Pugh, Peter R., Ph.D. (2002), Sheffield (Thurlow, Richard C.)
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The Keynesian-plus experiment: a study of social learning in the U.K. core executive, 1960-6.
Pemberton, Hugh, Ph.D. (2001), Bristol
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