Gender and Women

Results
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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Charles Fourier (1772-1837) and questions of women.
Wilson, B.D., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Jones, Gareth Stedman)
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The life experiences of university-educated women: graduates of the University of Liverpool, 1947-79.
Aiston, Sarah J., Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Harrop, Sylvia A.)
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Women's experiences at Royal Holloway, 1939-59.
Kirk, Elizabeth L., M.Phil. (2002), London (Vickery, Amanda)
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A socio-historical study of the British Federation of University Women, 1930-57.
Golby, Alison, Ph.D. (1999), Portsmouth (Purvis, June; Lunn, Kenneth J.)
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Growing up good? Medical, social hygiene and youth work perspectives on young women, 1918-39.
Oldfield, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2001), Warwick
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The geographies of genteel women and the production of space in Bath, 1702-61.
Williams, Jonathan S., M.Sc. (2004), Oxford
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Moving histories: discourses on Irish women's emigration, 1922-48.
Redmond, Jennifer M., Ph.D. (2008), Trinity College Dublin (Valiulis, Maryann)
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The women graduates of the Royal University of Ireland, 1884-1900.
Hetherington, Nicholas, M.Litt. (2008), N.U.I. Maynooth (Comerford, Richard V.)
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Carolingian women and property holding in the St. Gall archive, 700-920.
Bullimore, Katherine J., Ph.D. (2003), York (Cubitt, Catherine R.E.)
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Making haste slowly: a study of women's suffrage in Bermuda.
Bean, Jolene D., Ph.D. (2003), Warwick (Heuman, Gad J.)
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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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Personal names of women in Wales, Cornwall and Brittany, 400-1400.
Cane, Meredith, M.Phil. (2000), Wales
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Conservative women, the Conservative party and the campaign for women's suffrage, 1867-1914.
Auchterlonie, Mitzi M., Ph.D. (2002), Exeter (Coleman, Bruce I.; Thorpe, Andrew J.)
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Pictorial representations in the 18th-century women's periodical, The Lady's Magazine.
Jones, K.L., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Klein, Lawrence E.)
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What the campaigns to rpeal the Contagious Diseases Acts revealed about men's and women's relationships at the end of the 19th century.
Cencig, D.V., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Hirsch, Pam)
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Women and the Great Western Railway, with special reference to Swindon Works.
Matheson, Rosa, Ph.D. (2002), West of England (Hannam, June B.; Channon, Geoffrey)
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Women and the emergence of the free Indian community in Trinidad, 1869-1945.
Jangbahadoor, Chandra, D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Brown, Judith M.; Vertovec, Steven A.)
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'La noble mujer organizada': the 1930s women's movement in Mexico.
Mitchell, Stephanie E., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Knight, Alan S.)
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The welfare and employment of women during the colonisation of Georgia in the late 18th century.
Marsh, B.J., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
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Locating 'home': processes of settlement and social change among African women in Cape Town, 1948-2000.
Lee, Rebekah, D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Beinart, William J.)
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Women slaveholders in the Georgia and South Carolina low country, 1750-75.
Dornan, Ingeborg R., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The women's liberation movement in in Britain, 1969-79: organisation, creativity and debate.
Setch, Eve G., Ph.D. (2001), London
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Women's lives in a shipbuilding community: Irish Catholic Port Glasgow in the 1930s.
Hagan, Hugh P., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
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'With the women': the life and times of Julia Varley, 1871-1952, a trade union leader.
Thurlow, Jessica B., M.Phil. (2001), Sussex
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A history of women workers in English libraries, 1871-1974.
Kerslake, Evelyn, Ph.D. (1999), Loughborough
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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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