Theses completed (UK)

Results
Empire, exile, identity: locating Sir James Mackintosh's histories of England.
Gust, Anna L., Ph.D. (2010), London (Hall, Catherine M.)
Pubs, pawnshops and prison: the causes of female crime in Dundee, 1865-1925.
Haider, Sukaina, Ph.D. (2012), St. Andrews (Allan, David)
People of power? Swansea shipowners, 1824-85.
Haines, Richard W., Ph.D. (1970), Swansea (Jenkins, David; Miskell, Louise)
Reconciling the diverging historiographies of Somerset's case: emergence of the public sphere and its impact on Somerset v. Steuart in 1772.
Han, Ye Sol, M.St. (2012), Oxford (Deutsch, Jan-Georg)
A new theatre of prospects: 18th-century British painters and artistic mobility.
Hancock, Samantha, Ph.D. (2012), York (Hallett, Mark)
Ill fares the land? The concept of national food self sufficiency in political discourse, 1880-1939.
Hargreaves, David W., Ph.D. (1970), Bradford (Sheeran, George; Jennings, Paul)
Young & Mackenzie: the work and place of an Ulster architectural dynasty from the mid 19th to mid 20th century.
Harron, Paul, Ph.D. (2011), Belfast (Connolly, Sean J.)
The emergence and development of Wesleyanism in Norwich, 1754-1802.
Hart, D.J., Ph.D. (2010), Manchester
Financing Lancashire's industrial development.
Hart, Rosine, Ph.D. (2007), Central Lancashire (Timmins, J. Geoffrey; Caunce, Stephen)
Gardner's Trust for the Blind: formation and early development.
Hawkins, John, M.A. (2012), Kingston (Phelan, Craig; Stuart, John)
The influence of railways on the development of Accrington and District, 1848-1914.
Haydock, Mark, Ph.D. (2009), Central Lancashire (Caunce, Stephen; Timmins, J. Geoffrey)
'A sense of mercies': end of life care in the Victorian home.
Helm, David, M.Phil. (2012), Worcester (Oldridge, Darren)
Geography, travel and publishing in mid-nineteenth century Britain
Henderson, Louise, Ph.D. (2011), London (Driver, Felix F.)
The development of the coal-mining community in Garforth, West Yorkshire, 1850-1901.
Henesey, Alison, Ph.D. (2011), Leeds (Chartres, John A.; Honeyman, Katrina)
Spencer Perceval's evangelicalism and Catholic emancipation.
Hicks, Edward, M.St. (2013), Oxford (Skinner, Simon)
Common rights to stone, coal and peat, in the barony of Kendal before and after enclosure.
Hillman, Ann, Ph.D. (2010), Leeds Metropolitan (Walton, John K.; Stinson, Marie)
John Anstie, the wool export controversy, and private action against smuggling, 1781-9.
Hine, Thomas P., M.St. (2012), Oxford (Innes, Joanna M.)
Local media and local identities: assessing the influence of local newspapers and periodicals on the construction of identities in Lancashire towns, 1861-c.1900.
Hobbs, Andrew, Ph.D. (2010), Central Lancashire (Russell, David; Crane, Stephen)
Woman's duties and woman's rights: the debate in early 19th-century Britain on the social position of women.
Hodgkin, Heidi, M.A. (1992), Exeter (Thorpe, A.J.)
The Anglican choir band in the East Midlands, c.1700-1900.
Holland, Kate, Ph.D. (2010), Nottingham (Beckett, John V.)