Britain and Ireland

Results
The writings and political activities of Slingsby Bethel, 1617-97.
McGowan, Anne, M.Litt. (2000), Cambridge
Thesis
Religious dissent in Scotland, 1637-89, with particular reference to Fife.
Muir, Alison, Ph.D. (2001), St. Andrews
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Aristocratic women and the Jacobean court, 1603-25.
Payne, Helen M., Ph.D. (2001), London
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Wimborne Minster, Dorset: a study of a small town, 1620-90.
Reeve, David C., Ph.D. (2000), Exeter
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Law and disorder in the 'middle shires' of Great Britain, 1603-25.
Sizer, J.R.M., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
Thesis
Norwich City Library and its intellectual milieu, 1608-1825.
Wilkins-Jones, Clive, M.Phil. (2000), East Anglia
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The gendered language of Protestant anti-papist polemic in England, 1603-1702.
Dean, Katherine T., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Music and authorship in England, 1575-1632.
Elias, T.P., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The patronage of Robert Devereux, 2nd earl of Essex, c.1577-1596.
Gazzard, H.J., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Inter-personal violence in 17th-century England, with special reference to Worcestershire.
Greene, Claire H., Ph.D. (2001), Warwick
Thesis
The art of hearing: English preachers and their audiences, 1590-1640.
Hunt, A.C., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
Thesis
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
Thesis
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
Thesis
Forms of history in the works of Edmund Spenser.
Van Es, Bart B., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
Thesis
Networks of the life-course: case study of Cheshire, 1570-1700.
Frances, Catherine M., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
Thesis
'Being like a field': corporate identity in the Stationers' Company, 1557-1684.
Gadd, Ian A., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford
Thesis
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
Thesis
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
Thesis
Women's letters and letter-writing in England, 1540-1603.
Daybell, James, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
Thesis
The construction of martyrdom in the English Catholic community to 1603.
Dillon, Anne K., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge
Thesis
The patronage and production of the 'Book of Hours' of James IV and Margaret Tudor.
Lyle, Suzanne, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
Thesis
Recreational attitudes and activities of early modern English diarists, 1500-1700.
McKay, Elaine A., Ph.D. (2001), Belfast
Thesis
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
Thesis
English hunting as a courtly phenomenon under Henry VIII.
Williams, James J., Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
Thesis
Population in the parish of Awre: size, growth and structure, 1538-1811.
Brimer, Patricia E., Ph.D. (2001), Wales
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