Theses completed (UK)

Slave women and work in the American South.
Perrin, Liese, Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
University teaching as a profession for women in Oxford, Cambridge and London, 1870-1930.
Perrone, Fernanda H., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Howarth, Janet H.)
Imperialist women in Edwardian Britain: the Victoria League, 1899-1914.
Riedi, Elizabeth L., Ph.D. (1998), St. Andrews (Sykes, Alan)
Discrimination in the labour market: Jewish women in the tailoring industry in the late 19th century.
Sandler, Olivia, M.A. (1991), Leeds (Bowers, J.K.; Bowden, Susan M.)
'The working-class women's most active and democratic movement': the Women's Co-operative Guild, 1883-1950
Scott, Gillian A., D.Phil. (1988), Sussex (Yeo, C.S.)
The role of women in the emigration of children to Canada :a case study of the two initiators Miss Rye and Miss Macpherson, 1869-1914.
Searle, Gwendoleyne, M.Phil. (1998), Oxford Brookes (Hendrick, Harry J.; Chamberlain, Mary C.; Digby, Anne)
A woman's place in the village: an oral history study of working-class women's lives between 1890 and 1940 in and around Broadway, Worcs.
Sidenius, Jean H., Ph.D. (1994), Warwick (Mason, A.; Weinberger, Barbara)
A neglected issue in the history of education and training: women students of University College London and the Polytechnic at Regent Street, c.1870-1930.
Stevenson, Julie, Ph.D. (1996), Thames Valley (Armstrong, John; Thane, Patricia M.)
Bloody women: the politics of menstruation, c.1850-1930.
Strange, Julie-Marie, M.Phil. (1997), Wales (Williams, Christopher M.)
The role of Jewish women in national Jewish philanthropic organizations in Britain, 1880-1945.
Taylor, Susannah M., Ph.D. (1996), Southampton (Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony))
Women in medicine in late 19th- and early 20th-century Edinburgh: a case study.
Thomson, Elaine, Ph.D. (1998), Edinburgh
Independent Labour Party men and women's suffrage in Britain, 1893-1914.
Ugolini, Laura, Ph.D. (1995), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Dunne, John)
The political role of women in N.E. Ulster, 1890-1940.
Urquhart, Diane L., Ph.D. (1996), Belfast (O'Dowd, Mary)
Industrial diseases and the Women's Trade Union League: the case of lead poisoning, 1891-1921.
Wang, Wen-Hsia, Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Reid, Alastair J.)
Aspects of solidarity between middle-class and working-class women, 1830-1903
Wilson, Karen M., Ph.D. (1990), Keele (Vincent, D.M.)
Post-war developments in music education: an investigation of music education policy and practice, as implemented within three local education authorities during the period 1944-88.
Adams, Pauline, Ph.D. (2013), London (Crook, David R.)
Korean 'comfort women' and military sexual slavery in World War II.
Ahn, Yonson, Ph.D. (1999), Warwick (Liddle, Joanna)
Citizenship, the 'self' and the 'other': perspectives of citizenship educators regarding citizenship, with a focus on religious and cultural difference.
Ajani, Malik, Ph.D. (2013), London (Ansari, K. Humayun)
Teratology and the clinic: monsters, obstetrics and the making of antenatal life in Edinburgh, c.1900.
Al-Gailani, Salim S., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Hopwood, Nick D.)
The development of Wycliffe Bible translators and the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1934-82.
Aldridge, Frederick A., Ph.D. (1970), Stirling (Bebbington, David W.; Nicolson, Colin)