Ecclesiastical and religious history

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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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Korean Bible women; their vital contribution to Korean Protestantism, 1895-1945.
Chang, Sung-Jin, Ph.D. (2006), Edinburgh
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The political and cultural worlds of William Blundell (1620-98); a 17th-century English Catholic gentleman.
Baker, Geoff, Ph.D. (2007), Keele
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The churching of women in 20th-century England.
Houlbrooke, Margaret E., Ph.D. (2006), Reading
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Contested identities: active women religious in 19th-century England and Wales.
Mangion, Carmen M., Ph.D. (2005), London
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The provisioning of a medieval monastery: Durham cathedral priory's purchases of imported goods, 1464-1520.
Threfall-Holmes, Miranda, M.A. (1997), Durham (Britnell, Richard H.; Lomas, Richard A.)
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The Anglican prayer book controversy of 1927-28 and national religion.
Maiden, John, Ph.D. (2007), Stirling
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Unsung revolution: women in the ordained ministry of the Salvation Army 1865-1900.
Kew, Geraldine, Ph.D. (2007), Open University
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Gender and ministry: the experience of early women Congregational ministers.
Thorpe, Kirsten, Ph.D. (2005), Manchester (Graham, Elaine L.)
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Perceptions of women in the narrative histories of Crusading and the Latin East
Hodgson, Natasha R., Ph.D. (2005), Hull (Haseldine, Julian P.)
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Quaker women reformers in England, 1820-1915, with particular reference to peace campaigners.
Johnson, Christine, Ph.D. (2003), Staffordshire (Ashton, Owen; Crossman, V.)
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Daughters of Eve but mothers in Israel: some aspects of the religious lives of women in 18th-century England.
Jones, Helen M., Ph.D. (2003), London (Smith, Mark A.)
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Women and religious verse in English manuscript culture, c.1600-1668: Lady Anne Southwell, Lady Hester Pulter and Katherine Austen.
Ross, Sarah C.E., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Women and evangelical religion in Kent and Northamptonshire, 1800-50.
Phillips, Sibyl M., Ph.D. (2001), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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Evangelical philanthropy and social control or emancipatory feminism? A case study of the Fisherwick Presbyterian Working Women's Association, 1870-1918.
McClelland, Gillian A., Ph.D. (2000), Belfast
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Victorian religion and its influence on women writers. A study of four women: Grace Aguilar, Harriet Martineau, George Eliot and Mary Kingsley.
West-Burnham, Jocelyn, Ph.D. (2000), Open University
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Temperance and feminism in England, c.1790-1890: women's weapons - prayer, pen and platform.
Doern, Kristin G., D.Phil. (2001), Sussex
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Contesting seclusion: the political emergence of Muslim women in Bhopal, 1901-30.
Hurley, Siobhan, Ph.D. (1998), London (Powell, Avril A.)
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The portrayal of women in Irish hagiography to c.900 A.D.
Krook, Ann S., Ph.D. (2000), Belfast (Flanagan, Marie Therese)
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Spirited sisters: Anglican and Catholic contributions to women's teacher training in the 19th century.
Lowden, Kim, Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Davies, John A.; Hollinshead, Janet E.)
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Gender and the aristocracy of dissent: a comparative study of the status and roles of women in Quaker and Unitarian communities, 1710-1830.
Plant, Helen, D.Phil. (2000), York (Rendall, Jane L.)
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The religious dimension of the women's suffrage movement: the role of the Scottish Presbyterian churches, 1867-1918.
Choi, B.A., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow
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Women in law and Christianity in the later Roman empire.
Jones, Christopher P., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Tomlin, Roger S.O.; Levick, Barbara M.)
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