Theses completed (UK)

The lost party: Liberal Unionism, 1886-95.
Cawood, Ian J., Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (Ball, Stuart R.)
Royal Navy stokers, 1850-1931.
Chamberlain, Tony, Ph.D. (2013), Exeter (Morriss, Roger)
Self-mutilation and psychiatry: impulse, identity and the unconscious in British explanations of self-inflicted injury, 1864-1914.
Chaney, Sarah, Ph.D. (2013), London (Shamdasani, Sonu; Cooter, Roger)
Breaching the Bastille: aspects of gender, class and politics in the women's movement to reform the 19th-century English workhouse.
Chantry, Angela, Ph.D. (1999), Kent (Wells, Roger A.E.)
John Hunter and the 'museum oeconomy', 1750-1800.
Chaplin, Simon, Ph.D. (2009), London (Jordanova, Ludmilla J.)
The impact of D.A. Thomas on the politics of south Wales, 1888-1918.
Charmley, Gerard T.J., Ph.D. (2011), Swansea (Williams, Chris M.)
Parian figures and Victorian popular culture: a case study in the materialisation of social values.
Chater, Samuel, M.Phil. (2009), Keele
Plebeian cross-dressing women in 18th- and 19th-century Britain.
Chen, Pei-Ching, Ph.D. (2012), Exeter (Fisher, Kate; Toulalan, Sarah)
The fallen woman in 19th-century Hull: an examination of aspects of female deviant behaviour, 1801-91.
Chilman, Joanne, Ph.D. (1970), Hull (Capern, Amanda L.)
The great rebuilding thesis in a regional context.
Christian, Tanya C.L., M.Phil. (2013), Aberystwyth (Schofield, Phillipp; Jones, David Ceri)
Crime, policing and social relations in urban England and Wales, with special reference to West Yorkshire, c.1860-1914.
Churchill, David, Ph.D. (2012), Open University (Lawrence, Paul M.; Crone, Rosalind)
Revolt and revival in the valleys: the influence of religion and revivalism on the politics and labour relations of the Taff Vale railways, south Wales, 1878-1914.
Clark, Dudley, Ph.D. (2012), Leeds (Drummond, D.; Whiting, Richard C.)
The origins and impact of the Northcote-Trevelyan report on civil service reform in Britain.
Clarke, Mary, Ph.D. (2010), Belfast (Gray, Peter)
The Islamic conquest of Spain: historiographical perspectives, 8th-14th centuries.
Clarke, Nicola, D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Robinson, Chase F.)
Contestation in the interpretation of Adam Smith: the importance of historical context and intellectual influence.
Clarke, Peter, Ph.D. (2009), Lincoln
Elementary education in Berkshire, 1850-1950.
Clifford, Sue, Ph.D. (2014), Reading (Burchardt, Jeremy F.S.)
Britain's position in the world economy: increasing returns and international disruption, 1870-1939.
Cochrane, Sarah J., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Harley, Charles Knickerbocker)
A study in institutionalism: the Jewish children's orphanage at Norwood.
Cohen, Lawrence, Ph.D. (2010), Southampton (Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony))
A ‘blessed asylum’ or a utopian vision? The viability of a Protestant nunnery in early 19th-century England.
Collier, Jackie, Ph.D. (2014), Bath Spa (Chalus, Elaine; Stott, Anne)
A blessed asylum or a utopian vision? The viability of a Protestant nunnery in early 19th-century England.
Collier, Jacqueline, Ph.D. (2012), Bath Spa (Chalus, Elaine; Stott, Anne)