Theses completed (UK)

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.)
Women and alchemy in early modern England.
Archer, Jayne E.E., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Berry, Philippa J.)
Sanitary ladies and friendly visitors: women public health officers in London, c.1890-1960.
Haynes, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2006), London
Women, health and hospitals in Birmingham: the Birmingham and Midland Hospital for Women, 1871-1948.
Lockhart, Judith, Ph.D. (2008), Warwick (Marland, Hilary)
An experiential investigation of working-class women's perceptions as users, providers and mediators of health care, 1948-79.
Matthews, Julie, M.A. (2003), Central Lancashire (Lubelska, Catherine E.; Webster, Wendy)
Working-class women's diet and pregnancy in the long 19th century: what women ate, why, and its effect on their health and their offspring.
Mauriello, Tani A., D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Humphries, K. Jane)
Fighting polio: selling the gamma globulin field trials, 1950-3
Mawdsley, Stephen E., Ph.D. (2012), University of Cambridge (Badger, Anthony J.)
Growing up good? Medical, social hygiene and youth work perspectives on young women, 1918-39.
Oldfield, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2001), Warwick
Women and shell shock in the First World War.
Poynter, Denise, Ph.D. (2008), Northampton (Sokoloff, Sally I.; Beckett, Ian)
Women's health care in England and France, 1650-1770.
Smith, Lisa W., Ph.D. (2001), Essex
British tank production, 1934-45.
Coombs, B. P., Ph.D (2012), University of Kent (Bowman, Timothy; Connelly, Mark)
Soldiers and women - female agency and 'domestic pull' desertion from the British army, c.1740-1815.
Coombs, Danielle, M.A. (2010), Leeds (Linch, Kevin B.; Honeyman, Katrina)
Gender and the Great War: British combatants, masculinity and perceptions of women, 1918-39.
Cullen, Stephen M., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Howarth, Janet H.)
British women and the Spanish Civil War, c.1936-1939.
Jackson, Angela, Ph.D. (2001), Essex
A small, vital flame': anti-war women’s networks in Manchester, 1914-18.
Ronan, Alison, Ph.D. (2010), Keele (Hunt, Karen; Townshend, Charles)
The integration of women into a military service: the Women's Auxiliary Air Force in the Second World War.
Stone, Tessa J., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Szreter, Simon R.S.)
Women of Britain come into the factories: a comparison of female munitions workers during World War I and World War II.
Webb, Samantha, M.A. (2006), Warwick
Conservative women, the Conservative party and the campaign for women's suffrage, 1867-1914.
Auchterlonie, Mitzi M., Ph.D. (2002), Exeter (Coleman, Bruce I.; Thorpe, Andrew J.)