Cultural history

Results
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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'Best belov'd of kings': the iconography of King Charles II.
Gibson, Katharine M.B., Ph.D. (1997), London (Fletcher, Jennifer M.; Millar, Sir Oliver)
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The decline in the popular belief in witchcraft and magic.
Davies, Owen, Ph.D. (1995), Lancaster (Pumfrey, S.; Mullett, M.)
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Women and embroidery in 17th-century Britain: the social, religious and political meanings of domestic needlework.
Geuter, V. Ruth, Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Roberts, Michael F.)
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A social history of the architecture and interiors of Winchester houses, c.1660-c.1750.
May, Michael, Ph.D. (1998), Southampton (James, Thomas B.; Platt, Colin P.S.; Richardson, Roger C.)
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Women and 17th-century manuscript culture: miscellanies, commonplace books and song books compiled by English and Scottish women, 1600-60.
Burke, Victoria E., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Black, Lauchlan G.)
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The renaissance of the English market town: a study of six Nottinghamshire market towns, 1680-1840.
Smith, Catherine A., Ph.D. (1997), Nottingham (Beckett, John V.; Smith, Catherine Delano)
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English treatises on physiognomy, c.1503-c.1780.
Porter, Martin H., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Thomas, Keith)
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Witchcraft in Middlesex, 1563-1736.
Singleton, Barbara, M.Phil. (1997), Reading (Houlbrooke, Ralph A.)
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The country house architecture of Henry VII and the nobility.
O'Harrow, Sean P.D.G., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Watkin, David J.)
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Studies in the history and function of the British theatre playbill and programme, 1564-1914.
Gowen, David R., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Jones, Emrys L.)
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Victorian church building and restoration in the diocese of York, with special reference to the archdeaconry of Cleveland.
Drewery, Graeme R., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge
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Thomas Pitt, Lord Camelford, amateur architect, connoisseur and patron of the arts: a case study of the history of taste, 1760-93.
Vernon, Joanna E., M.Phil. (1993), London (Crook, J.M.)
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Excavated 16th-century glass from five English towns: a preliminary investigation of status and the role of the glass in the social context of dining.
Willmott, Hugh B., M.A. (1996), Durham (Price, Jenny; Johnson, Matthew H.)
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The British Archaeological Association: its foundation and split.
Wetherall, D.M., M.A. (1991), Durham
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Public libraries, leisure and the provision of fiction between 1850 and 1914.
Snape, R.A., Ph.D. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards
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A socio-historical analysis of the development of cricket in England since 1800.
Williams, G.A., M.Phil. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards
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For the public good: Henry Cole, his circle and the development of the South Kensington estate.
Cooper, Ann, Ph.D. (1993), Open University (Roberts, Gerrylynn K.)
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Muslim women in colonial N. India, c.1920-1947: politics, law and community identity.
Deutsch, Karin A., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (O'Hanlon, Rosalind)
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