Theses completed (UK)

Results
The million go forth: early railway excursion crowds, 1840-60.
Major, Susan, Ph.D. (2012), York (Schmucki, Barbara)
Missionary families and the formation of the missionary enterprise: the London Missionary Society and the family, 1795-1875.
Manktelow, Emily, Ph.D. (2010), London (Porter, Andrew N.)
Educational experiences of deaf children in Wales: the Cambrian Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1847-1914.
Mantin, Michael, Ph.D. (2013), Swansea (Borsay, Anne; Turner, David M.)
How did London's museums influence civic identities through the shaping of cultural environments, 1851-1951?
Marchant, Joanna, Ph.D. (2012), London (Moore, James)
Cosmo Innes and the sources of Scottish history, 'c'.1825-75.
Marsden, Richard A., Ph.D. (2011), Glasgow (Broun, Dauvit E.; Kidd, Colin C.)
Ambivalent images: a survey of Jewish involvement and representation in the British entertainment industry, 1880-1980.
Marshall, Edward, Ph.D. (2010), London (Cesarani, David)
Inventing television: transnational networks of co-operation and rivalry, 1870-1936.
Marshall, Paul, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Sumner, James)
The creation of Yorkshireness: cultural identities in Yorkshire, 'c'.1850-1918.
Marshall, William S., Ph.D. (2011), Huddersfield (Ward, Paul J.; Laybourn, Keith)
Popular political oratory and itinerant lecturing in Yorkshire and the north-east in the age of Chartism, 1832-60.
Martin, Janette, Ph.D. (2010), York (Taylor, Miles; Chase, Malcolm)
The British 'operatic machine': investigations into the institutional history of English opera, 'c'.1875-1939.
Martin, Steven E., Ph.D. (2010), Bristol
The restoration of cathedrals and major churches in England during the 19th century and after.
Marx, Claudia, Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Saint, Andrew)
Mentalities and identities: working-class respectability in York, 1870-1914.
Masters, Charles, Ph.D. (2010), York (Royle, Edward)
Common ground: horticulture and the cultivation of open space in the East End of London, 1840-1900.
Matheson, Julia, Ph.D. (2010), Open University (Loftus, Donna; Brunton, Deborah)
Religious spaces in the settlement movement.
Matthew-Jones, Lucinda, Ph.D. (2009), Manchester (Taithe, Bertrand; Strange, Julie-Marie)
Public opinion and Catholic emancipation: the 'out-of-doors' debate, 1805-29.
Matthews, Shirley, M.Phil. (2012), Southampton (Smith, Adrian)
Arbiters of taste. Landscaping, architecture and design: the Society of Dilettanti and British patronage, 1740-90.
Mayer, Laura C., Ph.D. (2010), Bristol
Our ancient national airs: Scottish song collecting, c.1760-1888.
McAulay, Karen E., Ph.D. (2009), Glasgow
Gladstone's Irish questions: an historical approach, 1830-86.
McCarthy, John-Paul, D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Foster, Robert F. (Roy); Skinner, Simon)
Crosses in circulation: processes and patterns of acquisition and display of early medieval sculpture in the national museums of Britain and Ireland, 'c'.1850-1950.
McCormick, Elizabeth L., Ph.D. (2010), York (Hawkes, Jane; White, Michael)
'A particular spirit of enterprise': Bristol and Liverpool slave trade merchants as entrepreneurs in the 18th century.
McDade, Kate, Ph.D. (2011), Nottingham (Haggerty, Sherylynne; Gaunt, Richard)