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The fashions of the Florentine court: wearing, making and buying clothing, 1560-1620.
Currie, Elizabeth L., Ph.D. (2004), Sussex
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Unmasking the revels: medium and message in the 'popular' music culture of 16th-century Venice.
Fellner-Simpson, Yifat, Ph.D. (2005), London (Carter, Tim)
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The political cartoon during fascism's rise to power in Italy, 1919-25: context, function and significance.
Mascha, Efharis, Ph.D. (2004), Essex
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The prison in Malta: 1850-70 and 1931-51.
Scicluna, Sandra, Ph.D. (2004), Leicester
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The information service: British diplomats and consuls in Italy, 1861-70.
Wright, Owain, Ph.D. (2005), Lancaster (Blinkhorn, R. Martin)
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Football and fascism: local identities and national integration in Mussolini's Italy.
Martin, Simon D., Ph.D. (2003), London (Morris, Jonathan)
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The Venetian Inquisition and aspects of 'otherness': Judaizers, Muslim and Christian converts (16th-17th century).
Plakotos, Georgios, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow (Black, Christopher F.)
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Giulio Cesare Brancaccio and secular solo bass singing in 16th-century Italy.
Wistreich, Richard J., Ph.D. (2003), London (Carter, Tim)
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The Puccini problem: nationalism, gender and decadence in Italian Puccini reception, 1896-1912.
Wilson, Alexandra, Ph.D. (2002), London (Ellis, Katharine J.)
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Italian anarchists in London, 1870-1914.
Dipaola, Pietro, Ph.D. (2004), London
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Music in 17th-century Naples: the role of Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704).
Fabris, Dinko, Ph.D. (2002), London (Carter, Tim)
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Italian fascism and the British-Italian community, 1928-43: experience and memory.
Wright, Richard, Ph.D. (2005), Manchester (Vernon, N. James; Jones, H. Stuart)
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Living dictatorship: everyday life in fascist Venice, 1929-40.
Ferris, Catherine, Ph.D. (2005), London (Morris, Jonathan)
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The politics of working class communism in Greece, 1918-36.
Ghakis, Anastasis, Ph.D. (2004), York
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The Hungarian Social Democrats and the British Labour party, 1944-8.
Jodah, Ullin, Ph.D. (2005), West of England (Swain, Geoffrey R.)
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The Metaxas dictatorship and Greek Jewry, 1936-41.
Lagos, Katerina, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Clogg, Richard R.M.)
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Culture, tourism and fascism in Venice, 1919-45.
Longo, Stefania, Ph.D. (2005), London (Morris, Jonathan)
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The Wilson government and the Colonels’ Greece, 1967-70.
Maragkou, Konstantina, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Haslam, J.G.)
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The British government, the newspapers and the German problem, 1937-9.
Meznar, Michael, Ph.D. (2005), Durham (Williamson, Philip A.)
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Identity and image: refugee artists from Nazi Germany in Britain, 1933-45.
Vinzent, Jutta, Ph.D. (2004), Cambridge
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'Neutral' Sweden's covert preparations for wartime military co-operation with the West during the Cold War, and why they withered over time.
Dalsjo, Mans R.A., Ph.D. (2005), London
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Explorations in comparative history: economy and society in Malmö and Newcastle since 1945.
Vall, Natasha T., Ph.D. (2000), Northumbria at Newcastle (Lancaster, William)
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Literary academia in late imperial Russia, 1870s-1910s: rituals of self-representation.
Byford, Andy A., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford
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Cholera in Saratov, 1892-1910.
Henze, Charlotte E., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Jahn, Hubertus F.)
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Music and musicians in provincial towns: the case of 18th-century Jaca (Spain).
Lopez, Miguel A. Marin, Ph.D. (2000), London (Carter, Tim)
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A study of Spanish intellectuals during the political transition.
Pecourt, Juan, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Thompson, John B.)
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The development of the concept of authority within the Russian Orthodox church.
Petrenko, Vitali, Ph.D. (2005), Durham (Louth, A.)
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Making Spaniards: National-Catholicism and the nationalisation of the masses during the dictatorship of Primo De Rivera, 1923-30.
Quiroga, Alejandro, Ph.D. (2005), London
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Stalin's last frontier: the Soviet Arctic in the 1930s Glavsevmorput' and the northern sea route.
Trautman, Linda, Ph.D. (2005), London
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Forgotten lives: the role of Anna, Ol'ga and Mariia Ul'ianova in the Russian Revolution, 1864-1937.
Turton, Katy, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow
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