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A tory Anglican hegemony misrepresented: clergy politics and the people in the diocese of Lincoln, c.1770-1830.
Harratt, S.R.C., Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster
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The repression and survival of Anabaptism in the Emmental, Switzerland, 1659-1743.
Furner, Mark B., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Scribner, Robert W.)
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Bishops, schoolmasters and saints: the making of Chaldia in the Pontos, 1820-1924.
Konstadinidou, Ioanna, Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham
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Ifta and the response of prominent Muftis to Umayyad and early Abbasid rule, A.H. 40-243/C.E. 661-855.
Hethlain, Sultan K., Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham
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The Labour party, 1931-5: the meaning of defeat.
Toye, Richard J., M.Phil. (1997), Birmingham
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British imperial consensus and the return to Hong Kong, 1941-5.
Whitfield, Andrew J., Ph.D. (1998), Birmingham
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Joseph Johnson and the politics of publishing.
Braithwaite, Helen, Ph.D. (1998), Birmingham
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The radicalism of Joseph Chamberlain: his ideas and actions in the context of Birmingham in the 1870s.
Maekawa, Ichiro, M.Phil. (1998), Birmingham
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The Oxford conference of the Universal Christian Council for Life and Work, July 1937: a missiological interpretation.
Smith, Graeme R., Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham
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Between mission policy and mission ideology: the great revival movement of 1907 in Korean Protestantism.
Kang, Seok H., Ph.D. (1998), Birmingham
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Victorian suburbanization of Glasgow, 1830s-1910s.
Tang, Tommy, Ph.D. (1995), Strathclyde
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'Your wee bit hill and glen': the cultural politics of the Scottish Highlands, c.1918-1945.
Lorimer, Hayden, Ph.D. (1997), Loughborough
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The origins and symbolism of Nazi ideology.
Mackay-Rolfe, Linda, Ph.D. (1997), Strathclyde
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A study of the dietary of necessitous children during the 19th and 20th centuries within the framework of educational and social reforms.
O'Leary, Kathleen M., M.Phil. (1997), Loughborough
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The music of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1872-1972: the origins and development of the modern cathedral choir.
Storey, Timothy C., M.Mus. (1998), Durham
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'The contention of power': the role of the Jesuits in the Catholic life of Bristol, 1700-1830.
Hankins, Kenneth M.W., Ph.D. (1998), Bristol
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An assessment of the English churches' engagement with Europe since 1939.
Hinchliffe, David, M.A. (1997), Durham
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The port authority, labour relations and attempts at decasualization in the Port of London, 1909-39.
Howson, Joyce C., M.Phil. (1997), Kent (Lovell, John C.)
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The workshops of the cutlery industry in Hallamshire, 1750-1900.
Beauchamp, Victoria A., Ph.D. (1996), Sheffield
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Travels in the land of the future: Richard Burton in Brazil.
Cordiviola, Alfredo, Ph.D. (1998), Nottingham
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The decline and fall of the Net Book Agreement, 1962-97: a study of cause and effect.
Dearnley, James A., Ph.D. (1997), Loughborough
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Domestic politics and the movement of Roman legions, from Gaius to Trajan.
Berriman, Andrew, Ph.D. (1998), Nottingham
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Whitelands College, John Ruskin and the education of women, 1850-1900.
Cocker, Helen L., M.Phil. (1997), Surrey
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The poor law in Ireland, 1838-52: the Ballymoney and Magherafelt Unions
Getty, David I., D.Phil. (1991), Ulster
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Military science and military history: Bloch, Fuller, Henderson and the Royal United Service Institution, 1830-1901.
Welch, Michael D., Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster
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Public health and mortality in Preston, 1841-71: the relationship between class and health.
Bell, Frances N., Ph.D. (1995), Lancaster
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The city in space and time: development of the urban form and space of Suzhou until 1911.
Xu, Yinong, Ph.D. (1996), Edinburgh
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Mothers of invention: gender, class and the ideology of the Volksmoeder in the making of Afrikaner nationalism, 1918-38.
Vincent, Louise D., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Trapido, Stephen)
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Developments in infant health and education in Manchester.
Williams, Eunice, Ph.D. (1997), Manchester
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'The empire of learning': the school board of Glasgow and elementary education, 1872-85, with particular reference to the work of William Mitchell.
Winters, Richard, Ph.D. (1997), Glasgow
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