Theses completed (UK)

The rise and fall of the apothecaries’ assistants, 1815-1923.
Adams, Derek, Ph.D. (2011), Hertfordshire (Davies, Owen)
'The truth of a few simple ideas': Peter Kropotkin, Herbert Read and the tradition of anarchist communism in Britain, 1886-1968.
Adams, Matthew, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Jones, Stuart)
Bedrooms on paper: an analysis of the textual representations of children’s bedrooms in Britain, c.1870-present.
Adcock, Jamie, Ph.D. (2013), London (Crang, Phil)
Architecture and philanthropy: building hospitals in 18th-century York.
Akehurst, Ann-Marie, Ph.D. (2009), York (Hallett, Mark)
Winchester electors, 1832-86: an electoral-register based socio-political study.
Aldous, Richard, Ph.D. (2014), Winchester (Allen, Mark A.; Morrin, Jean)
Urban elites, civil society and governance in early 19th-century Belfast.
Allen, Claire, Ph.D. (2010), Belfast (Gray, Peter)
City of beasts: the impact of quadrupeds in Hanoverian London.
Almeroth-Williams, Thomas, M.A. (2010), York (Jenner, Mark)
'Senility before Alzheimer': old age in British psychiatry, c.1850-1912.
Andrews, Emily, Ph.D. (2014), Warwick (Marland, Hilary)
The Norfolk county gaol, 1764-1887: 'a good and sufficient prison'?
Arber, Nicholas J., Ph.D. (2009), East Anglia
From economics of the firm to business studies at Oxford: an intellectual history (1890s-1990s).
Arena, Lise, D.Phil. (2012), Oxford (Humphries, K. Jane; Dimsdale, N.H.)
Disease, class and social change: tuberculosis in Folkestone and Sandgate, 1880-1930.
Arnold, Marc, Ph.D. (2012), Canterbury Christ Church (Bruker, Jan)
The reputations of Sir Francis Burdett.
Arnold, Victoria, Ph.D. (2010), Kent (Ditchfield, Grayson; Goebel, Stefan)
Gender, custom and human capital: intra-household allocation in 19th-century Britain.
Arthi, Vellore Shroff, M.Sc. (2012), Oxford (Humphries, Jane)
Architecture and identity in the English Gothic revival, c.1800-50.
Aspin, Philip, D.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Whyte, William H.)
Cultural causes of the 19th-century fertility clinic: a study of three Yorkshire towns.
Atkinson, Paul, Ph.D. (2010), Leeds (Honeyman, Katrina; Chartres, John A.)
Vice beyond the pale: (re)presenting 'white-slavery' in Britain, 1879-1912.
Attwood, Rachael, Ph.D. (2014), London (Hall, Catherine M.)
Infrastructure as technology: the Paris sewers and the rationalisation of the urban environment.
Ayat, Daniel S., M.Sc. (2013), Oxford (Charters, Erica)
The contribution by women to the social and economic development of the Victorian town in Hertfordshire.
Ayto, Jennifer, Ph.D. (1970), Hertfordshire (Goose, Nigel; Lloyd, Sarah; Styles, John)
Beyond the Akbar Namah: Padshah Namahs and official regional chronography for Shah-Jahan Padshah I (r. 1037/1628-1068/1658).
Baburi, Saqib, Ph.D. (2012), London (Powell, Avril)
A neglected electoral system? Alternative electoral geographies of 19th-century Britain.
Badcock, Matthew, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester