Cultural history

Results
Church monuments in Britain, c.1560-c.1660.
White, Adam C.F., Ph.D. (1992), London (Newman, J.A.)
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`Done (very filthily) into English': a critical study of the writing of Nicholas Culpeper, 1616-54.
Woodcraft, David R., M.Phil. (1993), Wales (Williams, G.W.)
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The status of Elizabethan astrology, 1558-1603.
Dunn, Richard S., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Bennett, J.A.)
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Defining women's status by dress conventions in classical Rome and Renaissance Venice.
Hawkes, Venetia A.S., M.A. (1995), Exeter (Williams, Ann)
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'A musical place of the first quality': a history of institutional music-making in York, c.1550-1989.
Griffiths, D., D.Phil. (1991), York
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Popular culture in Merthyr Tydfil, c.1870-1914.
Croll, Andrew J., Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Williams, Christopher M.)
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The life and work of Thomas Pennant, 1726-98.
Evans, Ronald P., Ph.D. (1994), Wales (Morgan, P.T.J.)
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The musical patronage of Christopher, 1st Baron Hatton (1605-70).
Wainwright, John P., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Jones, A.V.)
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The representation of the Cotswolds, c.1850-c.1939.
Brace, Catherine S., Ph.D. (1997), Bristol (Charlesworth, A.; Thrift, N.J.)
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The musical patronage of the English aristocracy, c.1590-c.1640.
Hulse, Lynn M., Ph.D. (1993), London (Price, C.A.)
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Poetry and ideology in the Industrial Revolution in England.
Tortova, Maria, M.Phil. (1996), East London (Blake, Andrew J.; Chase, R.)
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The life and art of Richard Cosway, R.A. (1742-1821) and Maria Cosway (1760-1838).
Lloyd, Stephen H., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Penny, N.)
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James 'Athenian' Stuart (1713-88).
Bristol, Kerry A.C., Ph.D. (1997), London (Newman, John A.)
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The commercial Maecenas: a study of the life and principal business concerns of John Boydell.
Painting, Vivienne W., Ph.D. (1997), Keele (McInnes, Angus J.D.M.)
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The evolution of Calvinist higher education, 1560-1620.
Maag, Karin Y., Ph.D. (1994), St. Andrews (Pettegree, A.D.M.)
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Female education in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in England and Wales: a study of attitudes and practice.
Bowden, Caroline M.K., M.Phil. (1996), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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Simon Forman's philosophy of medicine: medicine, astrology and alchemy in London, c.1580-1611.
Kassell, Lauren T., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Pelling, Margaret H.)
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Education and the early modern English Separatists.
Gurney, David W., Ph.D. (1998), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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Classicism and antiquarianism in Elizabethan patronage: the case of John, Lord Lumley.
Barron, Kathryn A., M.Litt. (1996), Oxford (Chaney, E.P. de G.)
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Aspects of oral culture and its development in early modern England.
Fox, Adam P., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
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Cosmo-choru-poly-grapher: an analytical account of the life and work of John Norden, 1547-1625.
Kitchen, Frank, D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Short, B.M.)
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Powers of association: aspects of elite social, cultural and political life in Norwich, c.1680-1760.
Branford, Colin, Ph.D. (1994), East Anglia (Morgan, V.F.G.)
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The evolution of modern British sporting culture, 1793-1850.
Harvey, Adrian N., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Stevenson, John)
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A computerized analysis of four building accounts associated with Sir Christopher Wren.
Watson, Andrew R., M.Litt. (1994), Oxford (Barnard, T.C.)
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Status, display and dissemination: social expression and stylistic change in the architecture of 17th-century Hertfordshire.
Hunneyball, Paul M., D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Holmes, C.A.)
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Jonson, Stansby and English typography, 1579-1623.
Bland, Mark B., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (McKenzie, D.F.)
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Patronage and literature: the women of the Russell family, 1520-1617.
Clarke, C.M., Ph.D. (1992), Reading
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The crisis of eloquence: reading and writing English newsbooks, 1641-9.
Raymond, Joad, D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Norbrook, D.G.E.)
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Satiric prints of women in late 18th-century England.
McCreery, Cindy, D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Langford, Paul)
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The spectacle of difference: graphic satire and urban culture in London, 1700-51.
Hallett, Mark L., Ph.D. (1996), London (Solkin, David H)
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