Theses completed (UK)

Eighteenth-century portraiture and death masks.
Knight, Emily A., M.St. (2012), Oxford (Clunas, Craig)
'A certain portion of the whole': inspectors, guardians and anatomists in East Anglia, 1832-1908.
Knowles, Susan, Ph.D. (2010), Open University (Brunton, Deborah; Grell, Olé)
Ralph Waldo Emerson's lecture tour of Great Britain and the revolutions of 1848.
Koch, Daniel R., D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Young, Brian W.)
Medicine and publishing in early 19th century Ireland: production and consumption, 1801-58.
Lake, Elizabeth M., Ph.D. (2010), Ulster
The interplay of charity and theology, 'c'.1700-1900.
Lansley, John Waring, Ph.D. (2010), Manchester
Women in British nonconformity, c.1880-1920, with special reference to the Society of Friends, Baptist Union and Salvation Army.
Lauer, Laura E., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Howarth, Janet H.)
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