Theses in progress (UK)

'The world must be peopled': mercantilism and citizenship in the English and French empires, 1660-1770.
Gibbs, Daisy, Ph.D. (2013), London (Hoppit, Julian) in progress
Convenient imperialism: Britain and France in Japan, 1858-69.
Gilfillan, Scott, Ph.D. (2013), London (Best, Antony M.) in progress
British colonial atrocities.
Gordon, Michelle, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2012), London (Stone, Dan) in progress
The consequences of the Reagan doctrine wars in Central America, Angola and Afghanistan.
Greentree, Todd R., D.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Johnson, Robert; Strachan, Hugh) in progress
An econometric examination of paintings of rural France, England and the United States.
Greenwald, Diana S., D.Phil. (2015), Oxford (O'Rourke, Kevin; Hatt, Michael) in progress
The commemoration of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade and the memorialisation of historical trauma.
Gwynn, Marian, Ph.D. (2010), Bangor (Karl, Raimund; Koller, Christian) in progress
The federal evolution of imperial Germany (1871-1918) in contextualisation to the United States of America and Switzerland.
Haardt, Oliver F.R., Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Clark, Christopher) in progress
The concept of reincarnation in theosophy: modernity, globalisation and Western esotericism.
Hall, Julie, Ph.D. (2011), Exeter (Goodrick-Clarke, Nicholas) in progress
Ph.D. candidates in the humanities in the late 19th/early 20th century in Berlin, London and at Columbia University, New York.
Hardegger, Daniel, Ph.D. (2012), London (Sked, Alan) in progress
Sino-Indian relations, 1947-62.
Harder, Anton, Ph.D. (2013), London (Westad, O. Arne) in progress
Feminism, pacifism and the international women's movement, 1915-39.
Hellawell, Sarah, Ph.D. (2015), Northumbria (Robertson, Nicole) in progress
Disseminating American ideals in Africa, 1949-69.
Higgin, Hannah N., Ph.D. (2015), Cambridge (Badger, Tony) in progress
A history of the formation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (I.P.C.C.).
Hirst, David, Ph.D. (2011), Manchester (Kirby, David) in progress
Pop Goth: transgressive fandom in contemporary art.
Honigman, Ana F., D.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Wright, Alastair) in progress
Globalising communities: the Atlantic slave trade and the socio-economic development of northern Scotland, 1750-1850.
Hopcroft, Michael, Ph.D. (2014), Glasgow Caledonian (Kehoe, S. Karly; Tindley, Annie; Castrillo, Maria) in progress
Britain and the fur trade: commerce and consumers in the north Atlantic world, 1783-1821.
Hope, David, Ph.D. (2013), Northumbria (Webster, Tony) in progress
Theories of fascism.
Horton, Jack, Ph.D. (2014), Swansea (Lewis, Jill J.) in progress
The influence of Admiral Gorshkov and the U.S.-Soviet naval rivalry upon American naval thought.
Huckabey, Jessica, Ph.D. (2011), Leeds (Gooch, John; Afflerbach, Holger H.W.) in progress
An analysis of the global economy in National Socialist memorabilia.
Hughes, Michael, Ph.D. (2007), Glasgow (Stokes, Raymond G.) in progress
The limitations in the use of hard power for humanitarian intervention.
Hughes, Thomas P., D.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Strachan, Hew F.A.) in progress