Cultural history

Results
A study of the books owned or used by John Grandisson, bishop of Exeter, 1327-69.
Steele, Margaret A., D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Parkes, M.B.)
Thesis
The origin, growth and dispersal of the book collections of Reading abbey.
Coates, Alan E., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Parkes, M.B.)
Thesis
Religious and intellectual interests at St. Edmund's abbey at Bury and the nature of English Benedictinism, c.1350-1450.
Heale, Nicholas J., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Catto, R.J.A.I.)
Thesis
Landscape for living: garden theory and design of the modern movement.
Woudstra, Jan, Ph.D. (1997), London (Prince, Hugh C.)
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The transmission of classical and patristic texts in late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman England.
Castles, Nicola J., Ph.D. (1993), St. Andrews (Bullough, D.A.; Gratwick, A.S.)
Thesis
An architectural history of Norwich buildings, c.1200-1700.
Smith, Robert J., M.Phil. (1995), East Anglia (Williamson, T.M.)
Thesis
Wanton women? Misogyny and the perception of the wife in Walter Map's De Nugis Curialium.
Watts, Jason M., M.A. (1995), Exeter (Crick, Julia C.)
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Recent developments in British art history, with special reference to the works of Francis Haskell, and their possible application to the study of Chinese art history.
Cao, Yi Qiang, D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Haskell, F.J.H.)
Thesis
Late 19th-century imperial British literature and history.
Omissi, Dominic, Ph.D. (1995), Lancaster (MacKenzie, J.M.)
Thesis
The politics of meaning in the commemoration of the First World War in Britain, 1914-39.
King, Alexander M., Ph.D. (1993), London (Forty, J.A.)
Thesis
`Prize the doubt': the life and work of Francis William Newman.
Schellenberg, Ann M., Ph.D. (1994), Durham (Gilley, S.W.)
Thesis
Representation of the seasons in early 19th-century England.
Webb, Nicholas J., D.Phil. (1998), York (Jordanova, Ludmilla J.)
Thesis
Hanes Cymdeithasol yr laith Gymraeg ar sail tystiolaeth y cylchgronau, rhwng 1840-60. (The Welsh language, 1840-60: the evidence of periodicals.)
Williams, Bethan H., M.Phil. (1998), Wales (Aberystwyth) (Jenkins, G.H.)
Thesis
Ordering dinner: Victorian celebratory domestic dining in London.
Mars, Valerie R., Ph.D. (1997), Leicester (Brock, William H.)
Thesis
A study of the social and political thought of Edward Baines senior, with special reference to the Leeds Mercury, 1801-26.
Thornton, David, M.Phil. (1994), Leeds (Green, S.J.D.)
Thesis
A late 14th-century service book: the historiated and inhabited initials of the Great Missal (c.1383-4) of Abbot Nicholas de Litlyngton.
East, Douglas, M.Phil. (1998), Essex (Martin, Geoffrey H.)
Thesis
The dynamics of urban festal culture in later medieval England.
Humphrey, Christopher, D.Phil. (1997), York (Riddy, Felicity J.; Goldberg, P. Jeremy P.)
Thesis
The Eton choirbook: its institutional and historical background.
Williamson, Magnus G., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Wathey, Andrew B.; Caldwell, John A.)
Thesis
Adam of Buckfield and the natural philosophy of the early universities.
French, Edmund J., Ph.D. (1998), London (Denley, Peter R.)
Thesis
Artistic patronage by women in England during the reigns of Henry III and three Edwards, c.1216-1377.
Gee, Loveday E. Talbot, Ph.D. (1998), London (Crossley, B. Paul)
Thesis
G.S. Fraser: a biography.
Hopewell, J., Ph.D. (1991), Nottingham
Thesis
Constriction, conformity and control: the taming of the Daily Herald, 1921-30.
Richards, H., Ph.D. (1993), Open University (Aldgate, A.K.; Curran, J.R.A.)
Thesis
Women artists in Britain between the two World Wars.
Deepwell, Catherine N., Ph.D. (1991), London
Thesis
Languages of sacrifice and suffering in England in the First World War.
Stryker, Laurinda S., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Winter, J.M.)
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Aristocratic and noble women and power in the 12th-century Anglo-Norman realm.
Johns, Susan M., Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Bates, David R.)
Thesis
Laurence Binyon: a critical biography.
Hatcher, John T., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Weaver, M.L.H.L.)
Thesis
The music hall, 1885-1922: the emergence of a national entertainment in Britain.
Crowhurst, Andrew J., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Billinge, M.D.)
Thesis
The most artistic town in England? The contribution of art and of design to the emergence and establishment of a civic culture in Birmingham in the late 19th century.
Hartnell, Roy, Ph.D. (1992), Central England in Birmingham (Swift, J.; Seed, J.; Stanley, N.)
Thesis
The dealers and collectors of Glasgow: a social history.
Grieve, F.C., M.Litt. (1991), St. Andrews
Thesis
The impact of the Norman Conquest on the production and procurement of manuscripts in Northumbria, 1066-1166.
Lawrence, Anne E., Ph.D. (1997), London (Kauffman, Claus M.)
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