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Public health response to epidemics.
Allen, Kenneth W., M.Phil. (1999), Sheffield (Woodward, John H.)
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The role of interested states in international peace support operations: British and French experience, 1964-94.
Allen, Mark G., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Towle, Philip A.)
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A study of the birth and development of the overseas missions of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland up to 1910.
Addley, William P., Ph.D. (1994), Belfast
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The civil rights movement in Mobile, Alabama, 1940-85.
Ahmed, Nahfiza, Ph.D. (1999), Leicester (Fearon, Peter S.)
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Madness and gender in the 19th century: a case study of a Scottish asylum.
Johnson, M.O., M.Phil. (1995), Strathclyde
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An investigation into the English language teacher, 1340-1800: a historical perspective
Drennan, N.H., M.Phil. (1997), London
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Image and pilgrimage: the cult of the Virgin of Czestochowa in the late middle ages.
Maniura, R.J., Ph.D. (1998), London
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Factors affecting population stability in rural England: a study of seven parishes in the Fylde area of Lancashire, 1851-91.
Cowan, M.H., M.Phil. (1996), Lancaster
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Representing black Britain: black images on British television from 1936 to the present day.
Malik, S., Ph.D. (1998), Open University
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The development of employer/employee liability for personal injuries during the reign of Victoria.
Stein, M.A., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge
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A 'politik engine': astrology and politics, 1678-1715.
Woodcraft, D.R., Ph.D. (1997), Warwick
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Repertory and rivalry: opera at the second Covent Garden Theatre, 1830-56.
Dideriksen, G., Ph.D. (1997), London
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'The tribe of Dan': the New Connexion of General Baptists, 1770-1891, a study in the transition from revival movement to established denomination.
Rinaldi, Frank W., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow
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Frontier crossing from N. China to Liao, c.900-1005.
Standen, Naomi L., Ph.D. (1994), Durham
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Relationships between Scottish universities and their communities, c.1858-1914.
Lloyd, Campbell F., Ph.D. (1993), Glasgow
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Friends in business: the interaction of business and religion within the Society of Friends, 1700-1830.
Prior, Ann, Ph.D. (1995), Lancaster
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Co-operation and constraint: Britain's influence on American economic warfare policy in CoCom, 1948-54.
Jackson, Ian R.W., Ph.D. (1997), Belfast
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Irish and non-Irish women living in their households in 19th-century Liverpool: issues of class, gender, religion and birthplace.
Letford, Lynda S., Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster
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History of medicine in Qatar.
Gotting, Fay J., Ph.D. (1995), Glasgow
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Life, achievements and influence of Thomas Combe of Oxford, 1796-1872.
Hughes, Albert C., Ph.D. (1997), Oxford Brookes
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An examination of the social impact of the Vivians on Swansea, 1809-94.
Cook, Lorainne A., Ph.D. (1997), West of England
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The English Civil War: proposals for law reform and notable trials during the Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1648-59.
Cutler, Keith J., LL.M. (1997), Keele
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The Book of Llandaf in its early 12th-century Cambro-Norman context.
Davies, John R., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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Religion and nationalism in India: the case of Punjab, 1960-90.
Deol, Harnik, Ph.D. (1996), London (Smith, A.D.S.)
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Danish naval administration and shipbuilding in the reign of Christian IV, 1596-1648.
Bellamy, Martin, Ph.D. (1997), Glasgow
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The myth of independence: British-Bahraini relations in the 19th century.
Bunney, Richard, M.A. (1997), Durham
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The growth of U.S. influence over Saudi Arabia and the British response, 1933-53.
Al-Feheid, A., D.Phil. (1997), Sussex
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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. (1997), Durham
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Wolaitta evangelists: a study of religious innovation in southern Ethiopia, 1937-75.
Balisky, Emon P., Ph.D. (1997), Edinburgh (Walls, Andrew F.)
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Change and development in the British funeral industry during the 20th century, with special reference to the period 1960-94.
Parsons, B., Ph.D. (1997), Westminster
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