Theses completed (UK)

Results
Revolutionary neighbourhoods and networks during the Paris Commune of 1871.
Chadwick, Iain C., D.Phil. (2012), Oxford (Gildea, Robert N.)
The religious dimension of the women's suffrage movement: the role of the Scottish Presbyterian churches, 1867-1918.
Choi, B.A., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow
Women and Labour politics in Britain, 1893-1932.
Collins, Clare L., Ph.D. (1991), London (Lewis, Jane E.)
Women and the professions, 1890-1939.
Cooke, Jessica M., D.Phil. (1997), Sussex (Dyhouse, Carol A.)
'Generous and lofty sympathies': the Kensington Society, the 1866 Women's Suffrage Petition and the development of mid Victorian feminism.
Dingsdale, Ann, Ph.D. (1996), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Brown, C.)
John Stuart Mill and male support for the Victorian women's movement.
Dyer, Anton, D.Phil. (1996), Sussex (Burrow, John W.)
St. Mary's College, Durham, and the development of women's higher education in England, 1895-1952.
Fox, Elizabeth A., M.A. (1997), Durham (Bythell, Duncan)
Women's religious settlement houses, 1885-1914.
Froud, Andrew W., M.Phil. (1992), Cambridge (Lash, N.L.A.)
The early feminists, radical Unitarians and the emergence of the women's rights movement, 1831-51.
Gleadle, Kathryn, Ph.D. (1993), Warwick (Reid, F.)
Women and the management of the education of working-class girls, 1800-61.
Goodman, J.F., Ph.D. (1992), Manchester
Conservative women, the Primrose League and public activity in Surrey and Sussex, c.1880-1902.
Jesman, Christine, D.Phil. (2008), Sussex (Langhamer, Claire L.; Howkins, Alun J.)
The Queen Margaret Settlement, 1897-1914: Glasgow women pioneers in social work.
Kendall, Catherine M., M.Litt. (1993), Glasgow (McCaffrey, J.F.)
Journeys in the palimpsest: British women's travel to Greece, 1840-1914.
Mahn, Churnjeet K., Ph.D. (2007), Glasgow
Irish and Jewish women's experiences of childbirth and infant care in EastLondon, 1870-1939: the response of host society and immigration communities tomedical welfare needs
Marks, Lara V., D.Phil. (1990), Oxford (Loudon, I.S.; Summers, Anne R.)
The role of women in the education of the working class, 1870-1904.
Martin, Jane, Ph.D. (1991), Open University
Women-run hospitals in Britain: a historical survey, focusing on Dr. Catherine Chisholm (1878-1952) and the Manchester Babies' Hospital (Duchess of York Hospital).
Mohr, Peter, Ph.D. (1995), Manchester (Pickstone, J.V.)
Towards a reading of Mexican women's autobiography.
Molene, Soledad, M.A. (1999), Warwick (King, John P.)
A study of women's occupations in Devon, 1851-1911.
Moore, Laura S., M.A. (1992), Exeter (Coleman, B.I.)
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)