Social history

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Women and the public sphere in the early Meiji period.
Patessio, Mara, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Kornicki, P.F.)
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Lincolnshire rural women, their employment, and representation in contemporary written records, c.1800-1875.
Ulyatt, Donna J., Ph.D. (2004), Lincoln
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Highlanders from home: the contribution of the Highland Society and the Gaelic Society of London to Gaelic culture, 1778-1914.
Fairney, Janice M., Ph.D. (2006), Edinburgh
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American looks: sportswear, fashion and the image of women in New York, 1929-47.
Arnold, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Slave women and work in the American South.
Perrin, Liese, Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
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Women in the rural society of south-west Wales, c.1780-1870.
Thomas, Wilma R., Ph.D. (2004), Wales (Howell, David W.)
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Oxfordshire women in the 13th century.
Hanchett, Polly, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The debate about women and its socio-cultural background in early modern Venice.
Dialeti, Androniki, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow (Black, Christopher F.)
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The role of women in the maritime community of the Åland Isles during the 20th century.
Hagmark, Hanna, Ph.D. (2003), Hull (Starkey, David J.)
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Transforming patriarchal kinship relations: four generations of 'modern women' in Taiwan, 1900-99.
Lin, Chin-ju, Ph.D. (2003), Essex (Glucksmann, Miriam)
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A study of European women in colonial Malaya, 1786-1942.
Tilley, Patricia A., M.Phil. (2003), London (Hall, Catherine M.)
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An experiential investigation of working-class women's perceptions as users, providers and mediators of health care, 1948-79.
Matthews, Julie, M.A. (2003), Central Lancashire (Lubelska, Catherine E.; Webster, Wendy)
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Domestic domesticity: the role of elite women in the Yorkshire country house, 1685-1858.
Larsen, Ruth, Ph.D. (2003), York (Rendall, Jane L.)
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Women's networks in northern England, 1600-1725.
Baxter, Paula, Ph.D. (2002), Northumbria at Newcastle (Cowan, Alexander F.; Richards, Jennifer T.; Rushton, Peter)
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Making women magistrates: feminism, citizenship and justice in England and Wales, 1918-50.
Logan, Anne, Ph.D. (2002), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Ryan, Mick)
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'A rough kind of feminism': the formation of working-class women's identities, Clydeside, c.1919-1936.
Hughes, Anne-Marie, Ph.D. (2001), Strathclyde (Finlay, Richard J.)
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"Woman's mission": the temperance and women's suffrage movements in Scotland, c.1870-1914.
Smitley, Megan K., Ph.D. (2002), Glasgow (Abrams, Lynn C.; Gordon, Eleanor J.)
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Late Byzantine aristocratic women: diplomacy and gender.
Williams, Anna M., Ph.D. (2002), Birmingham (Brubaker, Leslie)
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Lying-in in Liverpool: a social history of the development of Liverpool's maternity services, with particular reference to provisions for poor women, 1902-48.
Latham, Emma, Ph.D. (2002), Lancaster (Feehan, Laurie J.; Spalding, Roger H.)
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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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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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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 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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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's lives in a shipbuilding community: Irish Catholic Port Glasgow in the 1930s.
Hagan, Hugh P., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
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A history of women workers in English libraries, 1871-1974.
Kerslake, Evelyn, Ph.D. (1999), Loughborough
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Making shift: independent single women in S.W. Wales during the 18th century.
Davidson, Lesley, M.Phil. (2001), Wales
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Anglo-Scots relations and representations of women, 1560-1612.
Gibbs, Joanna B., Ph.D. (2000), London
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