Theses completed (UK)

The political economy of fin de siècle Christian Socialism.
Budden, Daniel L., Ph.D. (2012), Swansea (Thompson, Noel W.)
Traditional farm buildings, 1770-1840: a study of the farm steadings on two Galloway estates.
Burgess, Alison, M.Phil. (2009), Glasgow
Hazlitt the dissenter: religion, philosophy, and politics, 1766-1816.
Burley, Stephen, Ph.D. (2011), London
East Stonehouse mid Victorian population, 1851-81.
Burnard, Jeffery H., M.Phil. (2009), Exeter
The rhetoric and impact of the early Chartist press, 1837-42.
Burrows, Rowan, M.A. (2014), Warwick (Richardson, Sarah)
Anti-Catholicism in the north-east during the mid 19th century.
Bush, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2012), Durham (Gilley, Sheridan W.)
Disease, medicine and the urban poor in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c.1750-c.1850.
Butler, Graham, Ph.D. (2012), Newcastle (Boulton, Jeremy; Andrews, Jonathan)
The reception of Rome in socio-political debate, 1850-1920.
Butler, Sarah J., Ph.D. (2010), London
The Irish amateur military tradition in the British Army, c.1854-1945.
Butler, Will, Ph.D. (2014), Kent (Beckett, Ian; Bowman, Timothy)
Small towns and the changing regional economy of north-east Hertfordshire, 1800-1914.
Bysouth, Peter, Ph.D. (2010), Warwick (Hindle, Steven; Richardson, Sarah)
The material culture of the household: consumption and domestic economy in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Caddick, Barbara, Ph.D. (2010), Wolverhampton (Hussey, David)
The Politics of the Social Problem: Bradford 1890-1914
Cahill, M., D.Phil. (1984), York (Jones, Kathleen)
The policy of water management in Leicestershire, 1750-1900.
Campbell, Andrew, Ph.D. (2012), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
Waists, health and history: obesity in 19th-century Britain.
Campbell, Sarah, D.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Humphries, Jane; Oxley, Deborah)
Above all a patient should never be terrified: an examination of mental health care and treatment in Hampshire, 1845-1914.
Carpenter, Diane, Ph.D. (2010), Portsmouth (Thomas, James)
Gentleman of the sea: the rise of the ocean tramp shipowner, c.1870-1939.
Carpenter, Oliver, Ph.D. (2013), Kent (Sleigh, Charlotte; Smith, Crosbie)
Collecting the collector: being an exploration of Harry Geoffrey Beasley's collection of Pacific artefacts made in the years 1895-1939.
Carreau, Lucie, Ph.D. (2009), East Anglia
Outside Auschwitz: history, responsibility, witnessing.
Carter-White, Richard, Ph.D. (2009), Exeter
Women and property: a study of women as owners, lessors and lessees of plots of land in England during the 19th century as revealed by the land surveys carried out by the railway, canal and turnpike companies.
Casson, Janet P., D.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Humphries, K. Jane)
An examination of attitudes towards non-Europeans in British school history textbooks and children's periodicals, 1890-1914
Castle, Kathryn A. , Ph.D. (1986), Council for National Academic Awards (Judd, D.O.; Aldrich, R.E.)