Theses completed (UK)

Classical scholarship, anthropology and the historiography of Achaemenid Persia (1900-40): an intellectual inquiry.
Samiei, Sasan, Ph.D. (2010), London (Kuhrt, Amélie T.L.)
Nostell Priory: history of a house, 1730-85.
Sands, Frances, Ph.D. (2012), York (Geraghty, Anthony)
Ideas about the Economic Advantages of Colonial Maritime War and their Impact on British Politics and Naval Policy, 1701-1729.
Satsuma, Shinsuke, Ph.D. (2010), Exeter (Rodger, Nicholas)
Julius Caesar in the early Italian Renaissance.
Schadee, Hester, D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Davidson, Nick)
Reviving the past: 18th-century evangelical interpretations of church history.
Schmidt, Darren W., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
Public health legislation and constitutional reform, 1832-94.
Schofield, Robert J., LL.M. (2009), Reading
Activism and the everyday: the practices of radical working-class politics, 1830-40.
Scriven, Thomas, Ph.D. (2012), Manchester (Taithe, Bertrand; Strange, Julie-Marie)
Poor relief and welfare: a comparative study of the Belper and Cheltenham Poor Law Unions, 1780-1914.
Seal, Christine V., Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
Church authority and non-subscription controversies in early 18th century Presbyterianism.
Sealy, Charles S., Ph.D. (2010), Glasgow
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 politics of co-operation: consumer co-operative societies in Birmingham and Bristol 1880-1921.
Shelley, Christopher, M.Phil. (2007), Birmingham (Hilton, Matthew)
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