Theses completed (UK)

Results
The death of glamour or the glamorisation of death: 1926-69?
Yorston, Caroline, Ph.D. (2010), Manchester (Jones, Max)
Translating Italy for the 18th century: British women novelists, translators and travel writers, 1739-97.
Agorni, Mirella, Ph.D. (1998), Warwick
The life experiences of university-educated women: graduates of the University of Liverpool, 1947-79.
Aiston, Sarah J., Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Harrop, Sylvia A.)
Invisible women/hidden voices: women writing on sport in the 20th century.
Bennett, Victoria, Ph.D. (2003), De Montfort (Lanfranchi, Pierre)
Women and 17th-century manuscript culture: miscellanies, commonplace books and song books compiled by English and Scottish women, 1600-60.
Burke, Victoria E., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Black, Lauchlan G.)
Women's letters and letter-writing in England, 1540-1603.
Daybell, James, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
Women students at the University of Liverpool, 1883-1937: their academic careers and postgraduate lives.
Edwards, Lynn, Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Harrop, Sylvia A.)
Women, letter writing and the life of the mind in England, c.1650-1750.
Hannan, Leonie, Ph.D. (2009), London (Corfield, Penelope J.)
Style and women's writing, 1940s-50s.
Le-Guilcher, Lucy A., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Mengham, Rod)
The social function of women's periodicals in late 18th-century Hungary and Germany.
Milotay, Nora, Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
Facing feminities: women in the National Portrait Gallery, c.1858-1900.
Perry, Lara A., D.Phil. (1998), York (Corbett, David Peters)
Lives less ordinary: north-west women's narratives of World War II.
Phillips, Patricia, Ph.D. (2009), Manchester
'La citoyenne bien renseignée': women, the newspaper press and urban literary culture in Paris, Rennes and Lyon, 1780-1800,
Rowan, Victoria, Ph.D. (1999), Warwick (Lewis, Gwynne)
University women: origins, experiences and destinations at Glasgow University, 1939-87.
Wakeling, Judy, Ph.D. (1999), Glasgow (Crowther, M. Anne; Trainor, Richard H.)
Bentvueghels and Bamboccianti: the patronage and reception of northern artists working in Rome and its influence on the iconographical development of the Bambocciate genre (1620-80).
Ackx, Beatrix L.L.A., D.Phil. (2012), Oxford (Brown, C.P.H.; Johnson, Geraldine A.)
Memory, entertainment, propaganda: the Great War and German popular cinema, 1933-45.
Alberts, Patrick, Ph.D. (2013), Salford (Searle, Alaric; Foster, Ian)
Sea power, state and society in liberal Spain (1833-68).
Alfaro Zafortez, Carlos, Ph.D. (2011), London (Lambert, Andrew D.; James, Alan)
The White International: anatomy of a transnational radical revisionist plot in Central Europe after World War I.
Alforde, Nicholas, Ph.D. (2013), Bradford (Bátonyi, Gábor; Hiden, John)
Public history of the U.K. criminal justice system.
Allan, Laura, Ph.D. (2011), Open University (Williams, Chris; Emsley, Clive)
The moral high ground: cities, citizens and landscape in England and Germany, 1890-1914.
Anderson, Ben, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Jones, Max; Jerram, Leif)