Theses completed (UK)

Young England: a study in Conservative dissidence, 1842-5.
Ward, Jacob J.H., M.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Skinner, Simon)
An alternative approach to child rescue: child emigration societies in Birmingham and Manchester, 1870-1914.
Ward, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2011), Durham (Ray, Margaret; Mears, Natalie)
Print culture and responses to crime in mid 18th-century London.
Ward, Richard, Ph.D. (2011), Sheffield (Shoemaker, Robert B.)
Female criminal classes in late Victorian Bradford.
Ward, Shelagh, Ph.D. (2014), Leeds Trinity (Mitchell, Rosemary; Jackson, Will)
Encounters with the supernatural: belief in witchcraft and ghosts in Victorian and Edwardian Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.
Waters, Thomas E., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Green, Simon)
Women of the big house families of Ireland and marriage, 1860-1920.
Watt, Neil, Ph.D. (2014), Belfast (Coleman, Marie)
Flinching: self-experimentation and theatricality, 1872-1918.
Watt-Smith, Tiffany, Ph.D. (2011), London
British naval administration: the management and role of the Hydrographic Department, 1808-1929.
Webb, Adrian, Ph.D. (2010), Exeter (Duffy, Michael)
Architectural style, church building and the practice of architecture, c.1815-50.
Webster, Christopher, Ph.D. (2013), Leeds Metropolitan (Morgan, Simon; Strange, Ian; Edwards, Bronwen)
The history and development of the Northumbrian small-pipes and other bellows-blown bagpipes of north-east England, with particular reference to the innovative work of Robert and James Reid.
Wells, Graham W.H., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Stokes, Martin)
The development of medical services in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, 1843-1936.
Whatley, Pat, Ph.D. (2014), Dundee (Tomlinson, Jim)
Early Timurid historiography.
Wheeler, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2010), St. Andrews (Hoyland, Robert)
Their whiteness is not like ours.
White, Thomas, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Carden-Coyne, Ana; Taithe, Bertrand O.)
The relationship between Samuel Wilberforce and Willliam Ewart Gladstone, 1834-73.
Whitehouse, Graham, M.Phil. (2010), Chester (Swift, Roger E.)
Isaac Watts and Philip Doddridge: letters, lectures and lives in 18th-century dissenting culture.
Whitehouse, Marie T., Ph.D. (2011), London
The Arts and Crafts house in the Lake District: buildings, landscapes and communities.
Whittaker, Esme R., Ph.D. (2010), London (Arscott, Caroline H.)
The G.I.S. approach to the study of Anglo-Saxon settlement in East Anglia.
Wilcox, William, Ph.D. (2012), East Anglia (Williamson, Tom M.)
Mad love to the ordinary: desire, modernity and history.
Wilkinson, Alexander W., Ph.D. (2013), Lancaster (Sayer, Derek)
Women and occupations in the census of England and Wales, 1851-1901.
Wilkinson, Amanda, Ph.D. (2012), Essex (Higgs, Edward J.)
Religion and mining communities in the East Midlands, 1893.
Willcocks, Valerie, Ph.D. (2014), Nottingham (Wrigley, Christopher J.)