Ecclesiastical and religious history

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Thomas of Bayeux, archbishop of York, 1070-1100.
Austin, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (1996), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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The career of F.B. Meyer, 1847-1929.
Randall, I.M., M.Phil. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards
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English Catholic devotion, 1850-1914.
Heimann, Mary E., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Garnett, E. Jane)
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An analysis of the Anglo-Saxon charters of the New Minster, Winchester.
Miller, Sean M., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Keynes, Simon D.)
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Women's use of religious literature in late medieval England.
Dutton, Anne M., D.Phil. (1996), York (Riddy, Felicity J.; Goldberg, P. Jeremy P.)
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African Christian women and Anglican missionaries in South Africa, 1850-1910.
Labode, Modupe G., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Ranger, T.O.)
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Christian Science: an American religion in Britain, 1895-1930.
Gartrell-Mills, Claire F., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Wilson, B.R.)
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A critical investigation into Nonconformity and social reform in Swansea, 1851-1914.
Cook, Lorainne A., M.Phil. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Reid, K.C.; Horlock, D.; McCarry, T.J.)
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The role of the laity in the Catholic Church in the light of the Second Vatican Council, with particular reference to England, and more especially to the diocese of Clifton.
McLorinan, John, M.Phil. (1994), Birmingham (McLeod, D.H.)
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William Kelly: `born for the universe'.
Taylor, Malcolm L., M.Phil. (1993), Teesside (Hempstead, C.A.; Moore, J.A.)
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The christianization of Iceland: priests, power and social change, 1000-1300.
Vésteinsson, Orri, Ph.D. (1996), London (Davies, Wendy E.)
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English Catholics, English Catholicism and the papacy, 1950-82.
Saxby, Ian P., M.Phil. (1994), Southampton (Pugh, R.K.; Richardson, R.C.)
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Anglican sisterhoods in Victorian England.
Mumm, Susan E.D., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Cromwell, Valerie)
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The Great War and Methodism: the assimilation of Dissent?
Pugsley, David P., M.Phil. (1995), Birmingham (McLeod, D. Hugh)
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The 'Regula Sancti Benedicti' in late Anglo-Saxon England: the manuscripts and their readers.
Jayatilaka, Rohinie A.J., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Wormald, C. Patrick)
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Anglican church life in Leeds during the early Victorian resurgence, 1836-51.
Dalton, Harry W., Ph.D. (1993), Leeds (Forster, G.C.F.; Steele, E.D.)
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Mercian hegemony and the Church.
Garty, Lisa J., Ph.D. (1997), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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An infinite variety of arguments: the Bridgewater Treatises and British natural theology in the 1830s.
Topham, Jonathan, Ph.D. (1993), Lancaster (Brooke, J.H.)
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Strict-communion organizations amongst the Baptists in Victorian England.
Breed, Geoffrey R., M.A. (1992), Keele (Briggs, J.H.Y.)
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Christian radicalism in Britain, 1830-50.
Groth, Eileen L., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Thompson, D.M.)
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Women of the church in early medieval Ireland, c.450-1150.
Harrington, Christina W., Ph.D. (1997), London (Davies, Wendy E.)
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Chartism and the churches.
Herbert, David, M.Phil. (1992), Manchester (Rack, H.D.)
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Mother superiors: Anglican and Roman Catholic religious orders, 1830-1900.
Stone, Hope B., Ph.D. (1993), Leeds (Green, S.J.D.; Wright, A.D.)
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Community, work and religion: mentalities in the villages of the North Wales coalfield, c.1930-c.1960.
Laidlaw, Roger S., Ph.D. (1995), Warwick (Obelkevich, J.; Tiratsoo, Nicholas E.H.)
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Nec silentio praetereundum: the significance of the miraculous in the Anglo-Saxon church in the time of Bede.
Hustler, Jonathan R., Ph.D. (1998), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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The British Church and Anglo-Saxon expansion: the evidence of saints' cults.
Wakeford, Mark R., Ph.D. (1998), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Christians and religious pluralism, c.1830-1914: changing attitudes to other faiths.
Supple, Paul C., M.Litt. (1991), Oxford (Hinchcliff, P.B.)
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Minster churches in the Dorset landscape.
Hall, Teresa A., M.Phil. (1997), Leicester (Fox, Harold S.A.)
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Conflict and assimilation: relations between the Celtic and Roman churches, c.600-768.
Corning, Caitlin C., Ph.D. (1996), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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David Martyn Lloyd Jones, 1899-1981: the significance of his life and work in 20th-century Evangelicalism.
Brencher, John, Ph.D. (1997), Sheffield (Binfield, J. Clyde G.)
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