16th-17th Century

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English Presbyterianism, c.1590-1640.
Ha, P., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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A historical analysis of the influences of Calvinism and Presbyterianism on the formation and evolution of Ulster Scots ethnic identity: an ethno-religious case study.
Holden, Lawrence, Ph.D. (2006), Ulster
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The instruments of political power in Staffordshire in the late 16th century.
Small, Peter, M.Phil. (2005), Birmingham
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The reading and writing practices of the Kentish gentry: the emergence of a Protestant identity in Elizabethan Kent.
Bartram, Claire M., Ph.D. (2005), Kent
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Land and change, 1550-1750: the case of the parish of Hartlebury, Worcestershire.
Dickson, Sally, Ph.D. (2000), Birmingham
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English lay Catholic exiles in Paris under Elizabeth I.
Gibbons, Catherine M., Ph.D. (2006), York
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Funerary monuments of Ireland, 1560-1660 A.D.
Harris, Amy L., D.Phil. (2006), Sussex
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Pots in use: ceramics, behaviour and change in the early modern period, 1580-1700.
Kent, Oliver J., Ph.D. (2005), Staffordshire
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The daughters of Sir Anthony Cooke (1505-76) of Gidea Hall, Essex.
King, Susan, M.Phil. (1999), Birmingham
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Reforming nationhood: England in the literature of the Tudor imperial age, 1509-53.
Mottram, Stewart J., Ph.D. (2005), Leeds
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Princely education in 16th-century Britain.
Pollnitz, A.E., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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'A brave knight and learned gentleman': the careers of Sir Richard Morison (c.1513-1556).
Sowerby, Tracey A., D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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The Cumberland and Westmorland Musgraves, c.1500-1700: aspects of their political careers within the emerging British state.
Colman, Clark S., Ph.D. (2005), Keele
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'I come of to highe a bloode to be a roague for I am kynge of the Realme': representation and perceptions of imposters in early modern England.
Hug, Tobias, Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
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Continuity and change in an English rural settlement: Porchester, c.1500-c.1750.
McInnes, James, D.Phil. (2006), Sussex
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Perceptions of the Norfolk landscape, c.1500-1700.
Whyte, Nicola, Ph.D. (2006), East Anglia
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A zooarchaeological and historical study of animal-based industries in post-medieval London, 1500-1700.
Yeomans, Lisa, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Secret history: the politics of narrative form, 1674-1725.
Bullard, Rebecca, D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
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Negotiating orthodoxy: parliament, toleration and godly settlement in England, 1642-9.
Chung, Youngkwon, D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
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The Orders of the Garter, the Thistle, and the Bath and the formation of the British honours system, 1660-1760.
Matikkala, Antti S., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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Concepts of royal ecclesiastical supremacy in Restoration England.
Rose, Jacqueline E., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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Rex vs. Rosewell, 1684: an exploration of the political, religious and social context of a trial for high treason in late-Restoration England.
Seymour, Sheila, Ph.D. (2008), London (Champion, Justin A.I.)
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Power, display and the symbolic terrains of Protestant Dublin, c.1660-1760.
Usher, Robin, Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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The concept of 'port' and 'outport' re-examined: the Medina estuary, Isle of Wight, as a case study, 1650-2000.
Wood, Phillip G., Ph.D. (2007), Southampton
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Integrating documentary and archaeological evidence for battles: a case study from 17th-century England.
Foard, Glen, M.Phil. (2008), East Anglia (Liddiard, Robert E.)
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The life and times of Thomas Speed.
Harlow, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2008), West of England (Dresser, Madge; Barry, Jonathan)
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Omnia bene or ruinosa? The condition of the parish churches in and around London and Westminster c.1603-77.
Hitchman, Valerie, Ph.D. (2008), Chichester (Foster, Andrew W.)
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The challenge of Socinianism in mid 17th-century England.
Mortimer, Sarah, D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
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'Out of the depths have I cried unto thee, O Lord': puritan spiritual diaries and autobiographies in 17th-century England.
Vivian, Claire L., Ph.D. (2008), Wales (Spurr, John)
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An enigmatic persona: impressions of the character and reputation of Christopher Marlowe (1564-93) from 1585 to 2005.
Crawley, Roger, Ph.D. (2008), Lancaster (Mullett, Michael A.)
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