Ecclesiastical and religious history

Results
Evelyn Waugh and conversion to Roman Catholicism among English writers between 1890 and 1945.
Robert-Nicoud, Elie-Louis, M.Litt. (1991), Cambridge (Griffiths, E.)
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Pastors and polemicists: the character of popular Anglicanism in S.E. Lancashire, 1847-1914.
Ford, Christopher S., Ph.D. (1991), Leeds (Hastings, Adrian)
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Dr. William Clifford, third bishop of Clifton (1857-93): his influence at the First Vatican Council and on the English Catholic Church.
Harding, John A., Ph.D. (1991), London (Champ, Judith F.)
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Warwickshire Baptists, 1851-1921.
Taylor, Leonard C., Ph.D. (1991), Birmingham (McLeod, D.H.)
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Thomas de Lisle, bishop of Ely, 1345-61: Edward III's turbulent priest.
Aberth, John S., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Dobson, R.B.)
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The contribution of Cambridge and the Ecclesiological (late Cambridge Camden) Society to the revival of Anglican choral worship, 1839-62.
Adelmann, Dale L., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Bowers, R.D.)
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The origins and development of the church of St. Cuthbert, 635-1153, with special reference to Durham in the period c.1071-1153.
Aird, William M., Ph.D. (1991), Edinburgh (Goodman, A.E.; Barrow, G.W.S.)
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Missionary encounters and the development of Yoruba women's spirituality, 1842-1930.
Abimbola, Adedoyin O., Ph.D. (2008), Liverpool
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The Geneva Bible and the devotional reading and writing of early modern women.
Molekamp, Femke, D.Phil. (2008), Sussex
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Daughters of the lesser God: Dalit women's education in postcolonial Pune.
Paik, Shailaja, Ph.D. (2008), Warwick (Hardiman, David; Hodges, Sarah)
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Aspects of Quakerism in Leeds and Bradford: Brighouse monthly meeting, 1836-1905.
Ellison, Mark A., M.A. (1991), Leeds (Steele, E.D.)
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English and Welsh priests, 1801-1914.
Fitzgerald-Lombard, Michael C., M.Phil. (1991), London (Champ, Judith F.)
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The 19th-century British Jesuits, with special reference to their relations with the vicars apostolic and the bishops.
L'Estrange, Peter J., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Rowell, D.G.)
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The development of Anglican evangelicalism in London 1736-1836 with special reference to the Revd. John Newton.
Pytches, Revd. Peter N.L., M.Phil. (2007), Open University
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Church patronage networks below the level of the episcopacy, 1770-1801.
Payne, Reider C., Ph.D. (2007), London
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Women missionaries in China 1850s - 1930s.
White, J., Ph.D. (2003), De Montfort
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Fissured resurgence: developments in English pan-evangelicalism, 1966-2001.
Warner, Robert E., Ph.D. (2006), London
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The three questions: James II, the penal laws and tests and the landed classes, 1687-8.
Walker, S. Peter, Ph.D. (2007), Leicester
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From parson to professional: the clergy in Staffordshire, 1830-1960.
Tomlinson, John, Ph.D. (2007), Birmingham
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The conjurer, the fairy, the Devil and the preacher: popular magic and religion in Wales, 1700-1905.
Tallis, Lisa M., Ph.D. (2007), Wales
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The west country Fox family: a study of English Quakerism, 1840-1920.
Richardson, Pamela R., Ph.D. (2007), Exeter
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The late Victorian Roman Catholic periodical press and attitudes to the 'problem of the poor'.
Merrell, C., Ph.D. (2001), De Montfort
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Irish Protestant migrants in the Scottish episcopal diocese of Glasgow and Galloway 1817-1929.
Meredith, Ian, Ph.D. (2007), Durham
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Non-conforming Presbyterian women in Restoration Scotland, 1660-79.
McSeveney, Alan J., Ph.D. (2006), Strathclyde
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Iconic women: martyrdom and the female body in early Christianity.
Martin, Elena R.L., M.A. (2007), Durham
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From repatriation to revival: continuity and change in the English Benedictine congregation, 1795-1850.
Hood, Alistair A., Ph.D. (2006), Liverpool
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Protestant nonconformity and sectarianism in Restoration Northamptonshire, 1660-89.
Geldart, Paul M., Ph.D. (2007), Leicester
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Religious women and their communities in late medieval Scotland.
Curran, Kimberly A., Ph.D. (2006), Glasgow
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Intersecting sets: John Venn, church and university, 1834-1923.
Clewlow, Michelle, Ph.D. (2007), Open University
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The religious thought of Francis William Newman (1805-97): theological scepticism, transcendental mysticism, and the hope for a free and comprehensive Christianity.
Clarke, Jr, John W., M.Litt. (2003), Oxford
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