Gender and Women

Results
Between public and private: women's social action in France, 1934-44.
Perkins, Michelle, Ph.D. (2009), Southampton (Tumblety, Joan)
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Women missionaries in China 1850s - 1930s.
White, J., Ph.D. (2003), De Montfort
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The representation of women, warfare and power in Greek historiography, 400-1 B.C.
Vassiliu, Vassilis, Ph.D. (2006), Exeter
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Intellectual and cultural interests of women in Ireland, c.1750-1850.
Townsend, Lisa, Ph.D. (2007), Belfast
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The Manchester and Salford Womens' Citizen's Association: a study of women's citizenship, 1913-48.
Smith, Joanne, Ph.D. (2007), Manchester Metropolitan
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Women activists and women's associations in Ireland, 1945-1968.
Shepard, Christopher, Ph.D. (2007), Belfast
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Texts and contexts: women's dedicated life from Caesarius to Benedict.
Rudge, Lindsay, Ph.D. (2007), St. Andrews
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Employment, politics and working-class women in north-east England, c.1790-1914.
Mood, Jonathan W., 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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Independent women in the public life of Victorian Salisbury.
Howells, Jane, Ph.D. (2007), London
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The second wave of the women’s movement in Greece, 1974-90: struggle and discontents.
Frantzeskaki, Anastasia, Ph.D. (2006), Essex
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Religious women and their communities in late medieval Scotland.
Curran, Kimberly A., Ph.D. (2006), Glasgow
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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 informal education in democracy of Japanese women through broadcasting during the occupation, 1945-52.
Matsumoto, M., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Transforming the gendered organisation of labour: factory women and industrialisation in Taiwan, 1960-2000.
Wang, Shih-Chih, Ph.D. (2006), Essex
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‘Silenced, suppressed and passive’? A refocused history of Lanarkshire women, 1920-39.
Sinclair, Lynn, Ph.D. (2006), Strathclyde
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Women of Britain come into the factories: a comparison of female munitions workers during World War I and World War II.
Webb, Samantha, M.A. (2006), Warwick
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Women’s testimonies of the concentration camps of the South African war, 1899-1902 and after.
Dampier, Helen, Ph.D. (2005), Newcastle
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Fight with us, women, and we will emancipate you: France, the F.L.N. and the struggle over women during the Algerian War of National Liberation, 1954-69.
Seferdjeli, Ryme, Ph.D. (2005), London
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Women engineers in post-war Britain.
Wray, Lesley, Ph.D. (2006), Open University
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Buying votes: purchasable propaganda in the 20th-century women’s suffrage movement.
Mercer, John, Ph.D. (2005), Portsmouth
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The churching of women in 20th-century England.
Houlbrooke, Margaret E., Ph.D. (2006), Reading
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Sanitary ladies and friendly visitors: women public health officers in London, c.1890-1960.
Haynes, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The female touch: women healers, touch and medicine, 1890-1950.
Root, Sheryl, Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
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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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British women during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815: responses, roles and representations.
Carter, L.P., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Ideology and identity: married women's experience in England, 1750-1870.
Williams, Carole, Ph.D. (2006), Essex
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An examination of public housing policy in relation to women in rural Ireland, north and south (1945-60).
McCarthy, Mary, Ph.D. (2008), Limerick (Whelan, Bernadette)
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Quaker women and education from the late 18th to the mid 19th century.
Leach, Camilla, Ph.D. (2004), Southampton
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