Science and technology

Results
Victorian illustration: Arthur Hughes and Frederick Sandys.
Gibbons, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2011), London (Arscott, Caroline H.) in progress
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Man of nonsense: Alfred Russel Wallace’s controversial campaigns and his reputation.
Lester, Ahren, Ph.D. (2013), Southampton (Conlin, Jonathan) in progress
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The artist as scientist: illustration as a means of interpreting the Darwinian revolution, 1850-80.
Lowther, David, Ph.D. (2014), Newcastle (Allen, Joan; Ashley, Scott) in progress
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Queen Victoria's reign as mediated through portraiture, 1837-61.
Poulson, Ann, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2012), King's College London (Jordanova, Ludmilla J.) in progress
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'They too easily believe what they hear': the Victorian insane asylum, accountability and the problem of perception, 1845-90.
Rae, Matthew P., M.A. (2015), Kent (Anderson, Julie; Schmidt, Ulf) in progress
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A comparative study of the Jewish hospital in London and the German hospital in London.
Rein, Howard, M.Phil. (2013), Southampton (Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony)) in progress
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Early German art in the National Gallery and beyond: the case of the Krüger collection and its reception in Britain in the latter half of the 19th century.
Sinclair, Nicola, Ph.D. (2013), York (Nuechterlein, Jeanne) in progress
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Dealing with lunatic children: a comparative regional study of child lunatic admissions to pauper lunatic asylums in the period 1845-1907.
Tedd, Michael, Ph.D. (2011), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.) in progress
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Abraham Solomon (1823-62).
Woodhouse, Thomas, M.Phil. (2014), York (Prettejohn, Elizabeth) in progress
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William Etty and the Royal Academy.
Bertram, Beatrice, Ph.D. (2012), York (Hallett, Mark L.) in progress
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Science in the kitchen in Victorian England.
Carpenter, Katie, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), London (Hamlett, Jane) in progress
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An investigation into the introduction and use of coal-tar derived dyes to colour Victorian food.
Cobbold, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Spary, Emma) in progress
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William Benjamin Carpenter (1813-85), forgotten protagonist of Victorian science.
Delorme, Shannon, D.Phil. (2012), Oxford (Corsi, Pietro) in progress
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The Victorians and the contemporary heritage industry (Victorian women).
Gann, Jack, Ph.D. (2015), Leeds Trinity (Sayer, Karen; Mitchell, Rosemary) in progress
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William Lauder Lindsay and the animal mind: a 19th-century comparative psychology.
Gray, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (2012), London (Hayward, Rhodri) in progress
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The primacy of architectural patronage: incorporating a case study of Joseph Aloysius Hansom, 1809-82.
Harris, Penelope, Ph.D. (2014), Bangor (Shapely, Peter) in progress
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The relationship of the work of G.A. Henty, 'the boy's historian', to historical fiction for children in Britain, 1814-1903.
Jones, Laura, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2010), Worcester (Webb, Jean; McNally, Paddy; Mueller, Andreas) in progress
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Between fact and imagination: tableaux vivants, fancy dress and the Victorian imagination.
Jordan, Hannah, D.Phil. (2014), Sussex (Clarke, Meaghan E.; Quilley, Geoffrey) in progress
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George IV and the London art world.
Lyons, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Mandler, Peter) in progress
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Geography in dialogue: print culture at the Royal Geographical Society (with I.B.G.), c.1830–c.2000.
Newman, Ben, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), London (Keighren, Innes) in progress
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The scientific rationality of the early statistics, 1833-77.
Okazawa, Yasuhiro, Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Szreter, Simon) in progress
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The Victorians and the contemporary heritage industry (the Victorian street).
Padgett, Lauren, Ph.D. (2015), Leeds Trinity (Mitchell, Rosemary; Uglow, Nathan) in progress
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The apprentice, the aristocrat, and the analyst: a comparative schematic study of the posthumous impact, shared biographical traits and changing literary fortunes of Faraday, Lovelace and Turing.
Redpath, Thomas, M.Sc. (2015), Oxford (Corsi, Pietro; Johnston, Stephen) in progress
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Canine contexts: understanding the role of the dog in British Victorian art.
Robson, Amy, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2014), Plymouth (Gregory, James; Blackshaw, Gemma) in progress
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Medical care of working people: the history of some midland dispensaries, 1820-1920.
Wilmot, John, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), Warwick (Marland, Hilary; Richardson, Sarah) in progress
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Charles Roberson, London colourman, and the supply of painting materials, 1820-1920.
Woodcock, Sally, Ph.D. (2013), Cambridge (Mandler, Peter; Bucklow, Spike) in progress
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Art and the anthropocene.
Arends, Bergit, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), London (Driver, Felix) in progress
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A queer quarry: 19th-century female sculptors outside the bounds of Victorian heteronormativity.
Gustin, Melissa, Ph.D. (2015), York (Prettejohn, Elizabeth) in progress
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Canonising British sculpture: Sir Francis Chantrey and the Chantrey bequest.
Harris, Amy, Ph.D. (2015), York (Edwards, Jason) in progress
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Exploring the eccentricities and anachronisms of Gothic revival sculpture in the 19th century.
Hildreth, Claire, Ph.D. (2014), York (Edwards, Jason) in progress
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