16th-17th Century

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Sidney's Arcadia and the early modern reader, 1586-1660.
Wilson, Edward, Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Distrust, innovations, and public service: 'projecting' in 17th- and early 18th-century England.
Yamamoto, Koji, Ph.D. (2009), York (Jenner, Mark)
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'No other faction but my own': dynastic politics and Elizabeth I's Carey cousins.
Bundesen, Kristin, Ph.D. (2009), Nottingham (Ellis, Joyce M.; Merritt, Julia)
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Picturing the invisible: religious printed images in Elizabethan England.
Davis, David, Ph.D. (2009), Exeter (Walsham, Alexandra)
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The John Bell architecture of Renaissance Scotland.
Davis, Matthew, M.Phil. (2009), Dundee (McKean, Charles A.)
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The alumni of the Scots colleges abroad, 1575-1799.
McInally, Thomas, Ph.D. (2008), Aberdeen
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Scottish education in the reign of James VI: Andrew Melville and the reform of the universities of Scotland, 1560-1625.
Reid, Stephen J., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews (Mason, Roger)
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The life and times of Thomas, Lord Paget, a Staffordshire Elizabethan recusant lord.
Thurkettle, David, Ph.D. (2009), Keele (Harrison, Christopher J.; Atherton, Ian J.)
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Church music and Protestantism in post-Reformation England: discourses, sites and identities.
Willis, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2009), Warwick (Marshall, Peter)
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The gentry as governors in early modern England, with special reference to Middlesex and Essex, 1558-1625.
Clark, Matthew J., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Learning to survive: the Petre family and the formation of Catholic communities from Elizabeth I to the eve of the English Civil War.
Kelly, James E., Ph.D. (2009), London (Crankshaw, David)
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Diet, luxury and identity in England, 1540-1640.
Lloyd, Paul, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester (Gentilcore, David C.; Dyer, Christopher C.)
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Music, church and Henry VIII's Reformation.
Marsh, Dana Trombley, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Mockery and mirth in the early English Reformation.
Murray, Sophie, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford (Brigden, Susan E.)
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John Foxe's Latin writings: their intellectual and social context, with special reference to the period of his exile, 1554-9.
Wade, John, Ph.D. (2009), Sheffield (Greengrass, Mark)
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The wives of the Anglican clergy and their place in society, 1550-1700.
Williams-Mitchell, Christobel, M.Phil. (2009), Chichester (Foster, Andrew W.; Morgan, Susan)
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John Hooper and his networks: a study of change in Reformation England.
Dalton, Alison J., D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Sovereignty, religion and the nation-state: statecraft and collective identity in England, c.1530-1601.
De Carvalho, Benjamin, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Organisation of time in Reformation England: the impact of religious change on the printed calendar and patterns of daily prayer, c.1520-1570.
Kelly, Karen M., D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Serving God and king: Cardinal Thomas Wolsey's patronage networks and early Tudor government, 1514-29, with special reference to the archdiocese of York.
Lewycky, Nadine, Ph.D. (2008), York (Sheils, William)
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Artists, scribes and patrons: the enlargement and embellishment of two Percy family manuscripts in the early 16th century.
Naylor, Pat, Ph.D. (2009), London
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Impact of the Reformation in England on gender relations.
Norton, Hayley, M.A. (2009), Warwick (Marshall, Peter; Capp, Bernard)
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The politics of Wolsey's cardinalate, 1515-30.
Sharkey, Jessica, Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Consumption, wealth, indebtedness and social structure in early modern England.
Sneath, Kenneth G., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The measure of Englishness in the early modern era.
Larkin, Hilary M., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Players and performances in early modern Gloucester, Tewkesbury and Bristol.
Lowe, Sarah E., Ph.D. (2008), Gloucestershire
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Approvement and improvement in early modern England: enclosure in the lowland wastes of Lancashire, c.1500-1700.
Shannon, William, Ph.D. (2009), Lancaster (Winchester, Angus J.L.)
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The career of William Conolly, 1689-1729.
Walsh, Patrick A., Ph.D. (2008), Trinity College Dublin
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John Lynch's science of truth: royalism, jurisprudence and late Renaissance in 17th-century Ireland.
Campbell, Ian, Ph.D. (2008), Trinity College Dublin (Ohlmeyer, Jane H.)Republic of Ireland record
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Political strategy in the service of religious and cultural modernisation: the public career of Florence Conry, c.1560-1629.
Hazard, Benjamin, Ph.D. (2008), N.U.I. Maynooth (O'Connor, Thomas)
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