Theses completed (UK)

Religion in Tacitus' Annals: historical constructions of memory.
Shannon, Kelly E., D.Phil. (1970), Oxford (Ash, Rhiannon)
Herbert Gladstone and Liberal party revival, 1899-1905.
Sharpe, Iain, Ph.D. (2011), London (Kandiah, Michael D.; Thane, Patricia M.)
Poor Law reform and policy innovation in rural southern England, 'c'.1780-1850.
Shave, Samantha A., Ph.D. (2010), Southampton
'Equivocal positions': the influence of William Rothenstein, 'c'.1890-1910.
Shaw, Sam, Ph.D. (2010), York (Corbett, David)
Shakespeare and England's empire, 1780-1800.
Sheena, Sarah, Ph.D. (2011), York
Shakespeare and England's empire, 1780-1800.
Sheena, Sarah, Ph.D. (2010), York (Guest, Harriet; Moody, Jane)
The public and private institutionalisation of the insane in late 19th-century Surrey: Brookwood Asylum and Holloway Sanitorium.
Shepherd, Anne C., Ph.D. (2009), Oxford Brookes
'Airy children of our brain': emotion, science and the legacy of 18th-century philosophy in the Shelley circle, 1812-21.
Shih, Terence H.W., Ph.D. (2011), Durham
The Leicestershire gentry and its social and cultural networks, c.1790-1875.
Shipley, Peter S., Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (Sweet, Rosemary H.)
Hetton-le-Hole: the genesis of a coal-mining landscape, 1770-1860.
Sill, M., M.A. (1974), Durham
Instruments of power: developing and applying diplomatic analysis to enhance archival interpretation and research uses of technical drawings.
Sillitoe, Paul, Ph.D. (2011), Liverpool (Procter, Margaret)
Housing the working classes of Reading 1837-1939.
Simons, Margaret, Ph.D. (2007), Reading
Exposing the British school: the rise of the Old Master exhibition culture in London, c.1793-1825.
Simpson, Philippa H.B., Ph.D. (2010), London (Solkin, David H.)
Mechanics' institutes in Sussex and Hampshire, 1825-75.
Sims, Jana, Ph.D. (2011), London (Martin, Jane)
Telling people's histories: an exploration of community history-making, 1970-2000.
Sitzia, Lorraine, D.Phil. (2010), Sussex (Holloway, G.I.; Langhamer, Claire L.)
Circulating fiction 1780-1830: the novel in British circulating libraries of the Romantic era: with a check-list of 200 mainstream novels of the period.
Skelton-Foord, Christopher J., Ph.D. (1997), Cardiff
The maritime economy of north-west England in the later 18th century.
Skidmore, Peter J., Ph.D. (2009), Greenwich (Longmore, Jane; Palmer, Sarah R.)
Obstetric practice and cephalopelvic disproportion in Glasgow, 1840-1900.
Skippen, Mark W., Ph.D. (2010), Glasgow (Nicolson, Malcolm; Crowther, Anne)
The boundaries of scientific activity, mountains and Victorian 'earth science'.
Smail, Robert, Ph.D. (2012), Manchester (Burney, Ian)
The public sphere and regional identity in Manchester during the reign of George III.
Smith, Alexander H., Ph.D. (2009), Manchester