Theses completed (UK)

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
Boy sailors in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
Ronald, Douglas, Ph.D. (2012), Exeter (Black, Jeremy M.)
The female touch: women healers, touch and medicine, 1890-1950.
Root, Sheryl, Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
Not 'fallen' but 'knocked down'? How did the language and perception of prostitution change both within the University of Oxford and the wider city community, c.1820-1900?
Rose, Valery, M.St. (2012), Oxford (Gleadle, Kathryn)
James Connolly and the internationalism of the Scottish and Irish Labour movements, 1880-1916.
Ross, Chloe, Ph.D. (2013), Aberdeen (Brown, Michael)
Popular working-class song in industrial Lancashire, c.1832-1862: an investigation of local, political and gender identities.
Rowland, Michael, M.Phil. (2008), Central Lancashire (Russell, David C.; Walton, John K.)
Investment in shipping: north Cardiganshire in the 19th century.
Rowlands, John B., M.Phil. (2012), Aberystwyth (Coopey, Richard C.; Moore-Colyer, Richard)
Ideological development and change at the beginning of the socialist revival in England, c.1881-1885.
Rowley, Christopher, Ph.D. (2010), Reading (Stack, David)
George Albert Smith (1864-1959): from stage to screen.
Ruffles, Tom, Ph.D. (2013), Anglia Ruskin (McWilliam, Rohan)
Unpicking the Quakers: prescription and practice in 19th century British Quaker dress.
Rumball, Hannah, M.Res. (2010), Kingston
A new perspective on British identity: the travel journals of John Byng, 1781-99.
Rupp, William H., Ph.D. (2011), Warwick (Finn, Margot)
Girls' secondary education in the north of Ireland, 1867-1947.
Rush, Claire E., Ph.D. (2010), Belfast
Nausea and vomiting: a history of signs, symptoms and sickness in 19th-century Britain.
Russell, Rachael, Ph.D. (2012), Manchester (Worboys, Michael)
Eighteenth-century responses to Sophocles' 'Oedipus at Colonus'.
Ryan, Cressida, Ph.D. (2010), Nottingham
Women naval dockyard workers in two 19th-century dockyard towns: Chatham and Plymouth.
Ryan, Joan A., M.Phil. (2011), Greenwich (Palmer, Sarah R.; Knight, Roger J.B.)
Writing British national history in the 20th century.
Salinsky, Mary R., Ph.D. (2013), King's College London (Thane, Patricia M.)