Theses completed (UK)

Results
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)
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)