Theses completed (UK)

Results
'No greater love than this': the reward, commemoration and experience of 'everyday' heroism in England, 1850-1914.
Price, John, Ph.D. (2010), London (Readman, Paul A.; Jordanova, Ludmilla J.)
Herodotus and Hellenistic culture: studies in the reception of the Historiae.
Priestley, Jessica M., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Hunter, Richard)
The history of the London brewing trade, 1750-1850.
Pryor, Alan, Ph.D. (2012), Essex (Raven, James R.)
The Home Office and the suppression of Chartism in the West Riding, 1838-48.
Pye, Neil R., Ph.D. (2011), Huddersfield (Taylor, David; Laybourn, Keith)
Techniques of life: zoology, psychology and technical subjectivity, 'c'.1820-1890.
Quick, Tom, Ph.D. (2011), London (Jacyna, Stephen; Satzinger, Helga)
Evoking antiquity: Nicholas Hawksmoor's drawings and his design process for the London churches.
Ramirez, George M., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge
Till we have built Jerusalem': Mormonism and the making of a Lancashire 'Zion'.
Rasmussen, Matthew, Ph.D. (2010), Lancaster (Mullett, Michael)
Visualising mental illness: gender, medicine and visual media, 1850-1910.
Rawling, Katherine, Ph.D. (2011), London (Vickery, Amanda)
Albany: a prosopographical study in fact and fiction.
Ray, Jonathan, Ph.D. (1998), London (Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
A comparative analysis of two English and Welsh workhouses - Atcham and Forden, 1836-1930.
Ray, Sylvia, Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
British women writers on India between the mid 18th century and 1857.
Raza, Rosemary A., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Brown, Judith M.; Prest, John M.)
Pamphlets, pamphleteers and the problems of Irish society, 'c'.1727-49.
Rees, Gordon, Ph.D. (2011), Belfast (Connolly, Sean J.)
Middleton Hall and Aberglasney: two Carmarthenshire landed estates and their families, c.1780-1875.
Rees, Lowri A., Ph.D. (2009), Aberystwyth
The civic and the national: the third marquess of Bute, Cardiff and Wales, 1868-1900.
Richardson, Andrew, Ph.D. (2010), Cardiff (Jones, Bill)
A thematic commentary on Arrian's Indike, 17.6-43.
Ricot, Richard P., Ph.D. (2010), London (Hornblower, Simon)
Englishness in England and the ‘Near Diaspora’: Organisation, Influence and Expression, 1880s-1970s"
Robinson, Lesley, Ph.D. (2014), Ulster (MacRaild, Donald; Loughlin, James)
David Williams's 'Lessons to a Young Prince': publisher influence and reader response.
Robinson, Peter, D.Phil. (2011), Sussex (Whatmore, Richard D.; Haakonssen, Knud)
The churches and emigration from 19th-century Ireland.
Roddy, Sarah, Ph.D. (2010), Belfast (Gray, Peter)
The appeal of Methodism(s) in Bedfordshire, 1736-1851.
Rodell, Jonathan M., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Thompson, David)
'Wheels, sails and steam': an examination of the impact of transport communications on Emsworth's economy and society, 1750-1901.
Rogers, M., Ph.D. (2010), Manchester