Theses completed (UK)

Public roles and private lives: aristocratic adultery in late Georgian England.
Law, Susan C., Ph.D. (1970), Warwick (Steedman, Carolyn)
Ignorant wretches? Social and cultural dynamics in the treatment of the physical past in mid-Victorian England.
Leece, Thomas R.J., M.St. (2012), Oxford (Harris, Bob)
Workers' Fields: Sport, Landscape, and the Labour Movement in South Wales, 1858-1958.
Leeworthy, Daryl S., Ph.D. (2011), Swansea (Johnes, Martin O.; Wakelin, Peter)
Shaping the Victorian navy: experiment, experience and the culture of expertise in naval architecture.
Leggett, Don, Ph.D. (2009), Kent (Smith, Crosbie)
Early county chief constables in the north of England, 1880-1905.
Leigh, Juliet E., Ph.D. (2013), Open University (Lawrence, Paul; Williams, Chris)
Lucia Vestris as lessee and manager of the Olympic Theatre, 1831-9, and the influence of James Robinson Planché.
Leighton, Judi, Ph.D. (2009), Leeds
Sacred beauty: G.F. Bodley designs for Oxford and Cambridge, 1858-1907.
Lepine, Ayla, Ph.D. (2011), London (Arscott, Caroline H.)
Jan van Naaldwijk's Chronicles of Holland: continuity and transformation in the historical tradition of Holland during the early 16th century.
Levelt, Sjoerd, Ph.D. (2010), London (Kraye, Jill A.; Duits, Rembrandt)
The role of the armoured cruiser in British naval strategy and policy, 1897-1909.
Lindgren, Scott, Ph.D. (2013), Salford (Grove, Eric J.; Searle, Alaric)
The Galloway Levellers: a study of the origins, events and consequences of theirs actions.
Livingston, Alistair, M.Phil. (2009), Glasgow
Popular perceptions of emigration in Britain, 1870-1914.
Lloyd, Amy J., Ph.D. (2010), Cambridge (Daunton, Martin J.)
Sir Thomas Gascoigne (1745-1810): English Catholicism, politics and estate management in the late 18th century.
Lock, Alexander J., Ph.D. (2011), Leeds (Chartres, John A.; Withington, Philip J.)
Millenarian religion and radical politics in Britain, 1815-35: a study of Southcottians after Southcott.
Lockley, Philip J., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Shaw, Jane)
Soho depicted: prints, drawings and watercolours of Matthew Boulton, his manufactory and estate, 1760-1809.
Loggie, Valerie A., Ph.D. (2011), Birmingham
Utilitarian readings of Plato.
Loizides, Antis, Ph.D. (2012), London (Varouxakis, Georgios; Bourke, Richard)
Women and Presbyterianism in Scotland, c.1830-c.1930.
Macdonald, Lesley A. Orr, Ph.D. (1995), Edinburgh
The publishing history and development of school atlases and British geography, 1870-1930.
MacDougall, Julie, Ph.D. (2013), Edinburgh (Withers, C.W.J.)
Cultures of Anglican hagiography c.1840-1940, with special reference to the diocese of Truro.
Macfarlane, Elizabeth C., D.Phil. (1970), Oxford (Chapman, Mark D.)
Victorian Sunday schools and their mission to civilise youth in the Aire Valley, c.1850-1914.
Macgill, Lynn, Ph.D. (2013), Leeds Metropolitan (Ewen, Shane; Morgan, Simon)
The million go forth: early railway excursion crowds, 1840-60.
Major, Susan, Ph.D. (2012), York (Schmucki, Barbara)