Theses completed (UK)

From a gin palace to a king's palace? The evolution of music hall in Preston, c.1840-1914.
Hindle, David, M.A. (2006), Central Lancashire
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.)
A common cause? Class dynamics in the industrial women's movement, 1888-1918.
Holloway, Geraldine I., D.Phil. (1995), Sussex (Yeo, Eileen M.)
The impact of immigration on rugby league football in West Yorkshire post-1895.
Holmes, David R., Ph.D. (2010), Huddersfield (Davies, Peter J.; Collins, T.)
Dangerous spaces: working-class homes and fatal household accidents in Suffolk, 1840-1900.
Holmes, Victoria J., Ph.D. (2013), Essex (Higgs, Edward J.)
The archaeology and conservation of the east front of York Minster.
Holton, Alexander B., Ph.D. (2010), York
Llandilofawr Poor Law Union, 1836-86: the most difficult union in Wales.
Hooker, Geoffrey F., Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
Reading the inventory: household goods, domestic cultures and difference in England and Wales, 1841-81.
Hoskins, Lesley, Ph.D. (2011), London
The pupil-teacher and working-class parents as obstacles to the advancement of education after 1870, with particular reference to the Leeds district.
Houlden, Angharad E., M.Res. (2010), Leeds (Chase, Malcolm S.; Honeyman, Katrina)
The politician in caricature: the case of Charles James Fox.
Howe, Neil, Ph.D. (2011), Nottingham (Gaunt, Richard; Haggerty, Sherylynne)
The feminization of photography and the conquest of colour, 1891-1919: Sarah Angelina Acland photographer.
Hudson, Giles M., D.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Howarth, J.H.)
Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum: the museum as preservation.
Hughes, Kathy-Anne G., M.St. (2012), Oxford (Grootenboer, Hanneke)
Imposed and imagined childhoods: the making of the Poor Law child, Swansea, 1834-1910.
Hulonce, Lesley, Ph.D. (2013), Swansea (Williams, Christopher M.)
U.K. ship building sales and marketing, 1879-1914.
Humphreys, David, M.Phil. (2012), Northumbria (MacRaild, Don)
A critical analysis of agricultural improvement as a concept and practice in the context of Cumbria, 1800-1920: a study of key people, key institutions, the formation of agricultural education, different sectors and parts of the area.
Humphries, Andrew, Ph.D. (2010), Lancaster (Whyte, Ian)
The maturing flute: the historical, technical and musical development of the flute in 19th-century England.
Hung, Jui-Fen, M.Mus. (2010), Sheffield
A history of the Sleaford Navigation.
Hunt, W.M., M.Phil. (1979), Open University (Harvie, C.T.; Hadfield, C.)