18th-19th Century

Results
Pre-Victorian prudery: the Family Shakespeare and the birth of Bowdlerism.
Burden, Emily C.L., M.Phil. (2007), Birmingham
Thesis
The ironmasters, ironworks and people of the north-west Monmouthshire area, 1780-1850.
Davies, Thomas E., M.Phil. (2008), Wales (Miskell, Louise)
Thesis
Disease, war and the imperial state: the health of the British armed forces during the Seven Years' War, 1756-63.
Charters, Erica M., D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
Thesis
George Robert Fitzgerald (1748?-86) and the nature of 18th-century celebrity culture: an analysis of the language, character and representation of the late 18th-century celebrity drawn from literary sources.
Cornish, Yvonne, D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
Thesis
The development of Anglican evangelicalism in London 1736-1836 with special reference to the Revd. John Newton.
Pytches, Revd. Peter N.L., M.Phil. (2007), Open University
Thesis
Children of the poor in London, 1700-80.
Payne, Dianne, Ph.D. (2007), Hertfordshire
Thesis
Church patronage networks below the level of the episcopacy, 1770-1801.
Payne, Reider C., Ph.D. (2007), London
Thesis
'So barbarous a practice': Cornish wrecking, c.1700-1860, and its survival as a popular myth.
Pearce, Cathryn, Ph.D. (2007), Greenwich
Thesis
The origins of the Naval Defence Act of 1889 and the new navalism of the 1890s.
Parkinson, Roger A. Hardress, Ph.D. (2006), Exeter
Thesis
Family and illness in 18th-century England.
O'Connor, Sile, M.Phil. (2007), London
Thesis
From Alessandro (1726) to Tolomeo (1728): the final Royal Academy operas.
Ograjenšek, Suzana, Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
Thesis
The intellectual duke: George Douglas Campbell, 8th duke of Argyll, 1823-1900.
Mulhern, Kirsteen M., Ph.D. (2006), Edinburgh
Thesis
Class, nation and localism in the Northumberland art world, 1820-1939.
Mumba, Rachel, Ph.D. (2008), Durham
Thesis
Lessons in history: citizenship and national identity in the teaching of history in England, c.1880-1914.
Yeandle, Peter, Ph.D. (2007), Lancaster
Thesis
Ceramics and the earls of Bradford 1762-1915: a case study of database analysis and its value to the ceramic historian.
Wensley, J., M.Phil. (2006), Staffordshire
Thesis
The search for emancipatory knowledge: working-class intellectual reflections on the natural and social order in mid 19th-century Britain, 1848-63.
Wheeler, Bruce C., Ph.D. (2006), London
Thesis
A cultural history of information in 19th-century England: Victorian perceptions of an idea.
Weller, Toni, Ph.D. (2007), City University
Thesis
From post captain to diplomat: the transformation of Admiral Sir James Saumarez in the Napoleonic Wars.
Voelcker, Timothy J.M., Ph.D. (2007), Exeter
Thesis
The politics of private life: propaganda, morality and the family, 1789-1820.
Wagner, Corinna, D.Phil. (2006), York
Thesis
The social and economic impact of railway development on the coastal plain communities of Sussex during the 19th century.
Wakeford, Anthony, D.Phil. (2006), Sussex
Thesis
Senses of vibration, 1749-1911.
Trower, Shelley, Ph.D. (2006), London
Thesis
Rehabilitating the canon: a history of Handel's Messiah in performance.
Tyack, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2007), London
Thesis
From parson to professional: the clergy in Staffordshire, 1830-1960.
Tomlinson, John, Ph.D. (2007), Birmingham
Thesis
Intellectual and cultural interests of women in Ireland, c.1750-1850.
Townsend, Lisa, Ph.D. (2007), Belfast
Thesis
Reading the Scottish Enlightenment: libraries, readers and intellectual culture in provincial Scotland, c.1750-c.1820.
Towsey, Mark R.M., Ph.D. (2007), St. Andrews
Thesis
Victorian medical men and their understanding of the female condition, 1859-1900.
Trompeter, Barbara, Ph.D. (2007), London
Thesis
The conjurer, the fairy, the Devil and the preacher: popular magic and religion in Wales, 1700-1905.
Tallis, Lisa M., Ph.D. (2007), Wales
Thesis
Variations on a theme: patterns of congruence and divergence among 18th-century chemical affinity theories.
Taylor, Georgette N.L., Ph.D. (2006), London
Thesis
Forgotten sisters: gender and factory legislation in England, c.1870-1900.
Takeuchi, Keiko, Ph.D. (2007), Manchester
Thesis
The accounting history of the English brewing industry, 1700-1939: an exploration of Foucauldian disciplinarity.
Talbot, Philip A., Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
Thesis