Theses completed (UK)

Results
Patriotism and the Soviet empire: Ukrainian views of the socialist states of eastern Europe, 1956-85.
Wojnowski, Zbigniew, M.Phil. (2010), London (Morrissey, Susan)
The afterlife of the Red Army Faction in works by Gerhard Richter and K.R.H. Sonderborg.
Wolff, Katharina K. B., M.St. (2012), Oxford (Wright, Alastair)
Chemical warfare in the First World War: technology, propaganda and popular response in Great Britain and France.
Zoghlami, Hanene, Ph.D. (2012), Roehampton (Arnot, Margaret L.; Tosh, John; Usborne, Cornelie)
Dead woman walking: executed women in England and Wales, 1900-55.
Ballinger, Anette, Ph.D. (1997), Sheffield
Women and crime in Belfast, 1900-13.
Boyle, Michael D., Ph.D. (1997), Belfast (Johnson, David S.)
The Women's Land Army, 1939-50: a study of policy and practice, with particular reference to Craven.
Bullock, Margaret H., Ph.D. (2003), Leeds (Sharp, Paul R.)
What the campaigns to rpeal the Contagious Diseases Acts revealed about men's and women's relationships at the end of the 19th century.
Cencig, D.V., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Hirsch, Pam)
The crime of infanticide and women suspects in Ireland, 1850-1900.
Farrell, Elaine F., Ph.D. (2010), Belfast (O'Dowd, Mary)
Law, empire and the bodies of women: British notions of 'civilisation' and the retreat from public punishments in England, 1750-1868.
Guthrie, Denise, Ph.D. (2009), Essex (Crawford, Catherine J.)
Victorian feminism and 'fallen' women: the campaign to repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts in Britain, 1869-86.
Lee, Sung-Sook, D.Phil. (2002), Sussex (Oldfield, Anne S.; Lowerson, John R.)
Making women magistrates: feminism, citizenship and justice in England and Wales, 1918-50.
Logan, Anne, Ph.D. (2002), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Ryan, Mick)
Prostitutes, fallen women and friendless girls: policing female sexual morality in Northern Ireland, 1900-45.
McCormick, Leanne V., Ph.D. (2005), Ulster (Jones, Greta)
Women incarcerated: the Maison de Force of the Salpetrière in Paris.
Moreton, Isabel W., D.Phil. (2003), Oxford (Briggs, Robin)
Petitionary Negotiation in a Community in Conflict: King’s Lynn and West Norfolk c.1575 to 1662
Smith, Peter, Ph.D. (2012), East Anglia (Knights, Mark J.)
Damaging females: representations of women as victims and perpetrators of crime in the mid 19th century.
Startup, Radojka, Ph.D. (2000), London (Hall, Catherine M.)
Offending women in Stafford, 1880-1905: punishment, reform and re-integration.
Turner, Joanne S., Ph.D. (2009), Keele
Women's lives in a shipbuilding community: Irish Catholic Port Glasgow in the 1930s.
Hagan, Hugh P., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
Male violence directed at women as reported in the Manchester press, 1870-1900.
Jones, Joanne, Ph.D. (1999), Lancaster (Archer, John E.; Feehan, Laurie J.)
Women in the regional economy: the East Midlands, 1700-1830.
Lane, Penny, Ph.D. (1999), Warwick (Berg, Maxine L.; Steedman, Carolyn K.)
Lincolnshire women in the 13th century.
Wilkinson, Louise J., Ph.D. (1999), London (Nelson, Janet L.; Carpenter, David A.)