Historiography

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The years 1920-45 in Korean church historiography: a study of nationalism.
Ryoo, Chang W., Ph.D. (2008), Birmingham
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Philosophic historiography in the 18th century in Britain and France.
Brereton, Mary C., D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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English literature on the Ottoman Turks in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Ingram, Anders I.G., Ph.D. (2009), Durham (Woodhead, Christine; Brooks, Chris W.)
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A study of 15th-century Ottoman historiography.
Menguc, Murat C., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Rectifying the 'ignoraunce of history': John Foxe and the collaborative reformation of England's past.
Phillpott, Matthew, Ph.D. (2009), Sheffield (Greengrass, Mark)
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Fighting for peace? How has the Roman army been perceived and portrayed by historians, military historians and the popular imagination?
Stride, Richard J., M.Phil. (2008), Bristol
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From archaic to classical: reassessing Greek history, 525-450 B.C.
Watson, James, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The culture of enthusiasm: technology, collecting and museums.
Geoghegan, Hilary, Ph.D. (2008), London (Driver, Felix F.)
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Learned societies and the ancient national past in Britain, France and Germany, 1830-90.
Manias, Chris, Ph.D. (2008), London
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The scholar advocate: Rudolf Schlesinger's writings on Marxism and Soviet historiography.
McKendry, Stephanie J., Ph.D. (2008), Glasgow (White, James D.)
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The role of history in the recent Mexican novel: a study of five historical novels by Elena Garro, Carlos Fuentes, Fernando del Paso, Paco Ignacio Taibo II and Rosa Beltrán.
Rafael, Laura, Ph.D. (2007), St. Andrews
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'Nothing more than words': E.H. Carr and the apologia of appeasement.
Smith, Benjamin J., M.Phil. (2007), Birmingham (Crowson, Nicholas J.)
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The Pax Romana, Britannica and Americana: a conceptual and historiographical study.
Parchami, Ali, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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E.H. Carr’s sense of crisis in an age of crisis.
Okayasu, Satoshi, M.Phil. (2006), Birmingham
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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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Family history in England, c.1945-2006: culture, identity and (im)mortality.
Titley-Bayes, Simon, Ph.D. (2007), York
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Representations of history in Greek upper secondary education with special reference to understandings of interculturality.
Daniil, Ekaterini, Ph.D. (2007), London
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The production of history: historians, publishers and the transfer of knowledge in Britain, 1895-1980.
Churchill, Paul, Ph.D. (2007), St. Andrews
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Interpreting Abu Bakar, the ruler of Johor (1862-95): the reconstruction of selected issues in the existing historical writings.
Abdullah, Abdul Rahman bin Tang, Ph.D. (2007), London
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The Roman Alexander: studies in Curtius Rufus.
Spencer, D.J., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Henderson, J.G.W.)
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Decolonising African history: crises and transitions in African historiography, 1950-90.
Brizuela Garcia, Esperanza, Ph.D. (2002), London
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Bias and objectivity in the historiography of the Arab-Israeli conflict: a case study of the time period, 1967-74.
Ehnsio, Rikard, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Argentina's partisan past: nationalism, Peronism and historiography, 1955-76.
Goebel, T. Michael, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The water mill in medieval Europe: the Italian case in the findings of 20th-century historiography.
Papaccio, Gloria, M.Phil. (2005), Birmingham
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The cultural politics of history. Writing in Singapore: a post-colonial study.
Teng, Siao See, Ph.D. (2006), Essex
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The double life of Scottish history: deployment of the past in Lowland Scotland, 1830-1920.
Coleman, James J., Ph.D. (2006), Glasgow
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The Chronicle of Morea: historiography in Crusader Greece.
Shawcross, Clare T.M., D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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Hibernia: Celtic tiger in the shadow of an eagle? The historiography of Hiberno-Roman studies and an investigation into the nature and extent of links between Ireland and the Roman world as indicated by textual and material evidence.
Kelly, Eamonn H. Rennick, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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Identifying Romanness: virtus in Latin historiography during the late republic and early empire.
Balmaceda, Catalina, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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Manufacturing the past: collective memory and the commodification of history as popular culture on British television.
Dillon, Robert, Ph.D. (2007), Lancaster
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