Theses completed (UK)

Results
'What Marx really meant': print culture and understanding of Marx's Kapital in Britain, c.1881-1940.
Feely, Catherine, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Taithe, Bertrand; Rigby, Stephen)
Patrick Geddes and the Celtic renascence of the 1890s.
Ferguson, Megan C., Ph.D. (2011), Dundee (McKean, Charles A.)
'X' marks the spot: the history and historiography of Coleshill House, Berkshire.
Fielder, Karen, Ph.D. (1970), Southampton (Arnold, Dana)
A century of music production in Durham city, 1711-1811: a documentary study.
Fleming, Simon, Ph.D. (2009), Durham
Factors affecting mortality in Ipswich, 1851-1911, in the context of Thomas McKeown's model of mortality decline.
Folan, Anne, Ph.D. (2011), Essex (Higgs, Edward J.)
John Gorham, 1814-99: Victorian medicine in Tonbridge.
Ford, John M. Tipping, Ph.D. (2009), Exeter and Plymouth
'The lamb and the warrior': manhood, militarism and the diocese of London, 1890-1914.
Fountain, Christopher, Ph.D. (2012), Open University (Wolffe, John R.)
'Invisible incomers'? Migration from the West Country to Glamorgan in the mid 19th century.
Francis, John F., Ph.D. (2010), Cardiff
Worthy citizens: middle-class women and the public sphere in Leicester, c.1850-1900.
Francis, Sarah E., M.Phil. (2013), Leicester (Reidi, Eliza)
Newspaper proprietors and the business of newspaper publishing in provincial England, 1760-1820.
Gardner, Victoria E. Moseley, D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Ferdinand, Christine; Gleadle, Kathryn J.)
Aristocratic whig politics in early Victorian Yorkshire: Lord Morpeth and his world.
Gent, David C., Ph.D. (2010), York (Taylor, Miles)
David Lester Richardson (1801-65): a romantic Anglo-Indian.
Ghosh, Priyali, Ph.D. (2009), Kent
Loyal enemies: British converts to Islam, 'c'.1859-1953.
Gilham, Jamie, Ph.D. (2010), London (Ansari, K. Humayun)
Re-oriented Britain: how British Asian travellers and settlers have utilised and reversed Orientalist discourse, 1770-2010.
Gill, Jagvinder, Ph.D. (2010), Warwick
Radicalism, romanticism and repeal: the repeal movement in the context of Irish Nationalist culture between Catholic emancipation and the 1848 rising.
Gilmore, Huston M. St.C., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Foster, Robert F. (Roy))
A model of transport consumption and an analysis of the infrastructures developed to supply the changing patterns of consumers' needs.
Gladden, Graham P., M.A. (2012), York (Divall, Colin)
David Rees, gweinidog Annibynnol yn 19eg ganrif. (In Welsh medium.)
Glyn, Rhodri, Ph.D. (2010), Aberystwyth (O'Leary, Paul B.; White, Eryn M.)
Children of the poor of Kingston-upon-Thames, 1834-82.
Goepel, Helen, Ph.D. (2010), Kingston (French, Christopher J.; Grieves, Keith R.; Stuart, John)
'What shall we do with music?': music and academia in Victorian Britain.
Golding, Rosemary, Ph.D. (2008), London (Ellis, Katharine)
Scottish echoes of the resurrection men.
Gorman, Martyn L., M.Litt. (2010), Aberdeen