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Archaeology and the state: an analysis of English public policy.
Doeser, James, Ph.D. (2011), London
Changing world, changing lives: child health and enamel hypoplasia in post-medieval London.
Hassett, Brenna, Ph.D. (2011), London
Archaeology, material culture and memory of the Second World War.
Moshenska, Gabriel, Ph.D. (2009), London
Science and service in the National Socialist state: a case study of the German archaeologist Herbert Jankuhn (1905-90).
Steinel, Monika, Ph.D. (2009), London
English medieval bone flutes, c.450-c.1550 A.D.
Leaf, Helen, Ph.D. (2008), London
Catalysts and constraints of castle-building in Suffolk c.1066-1200 A.D.
McAndrew, Duncan, Ph.D. (2008), London (Milne, Gustav; Reynolds, Andrew)
Curators, culture and conflict: understanding the effects and consequences of the Second World War on the U.K.'s museums, 1926-65.
Pearson, Catherine, Ph.D. (2008), London (Keene, Suzanne; French, David)
The ancient past in public and private historical consciousness: national identity and middle school history education in Bavaria and East Germany, 1945-2000.
von Löwis of Menar, Hannah Cordts, Ph.D. (2008), London
A zooarchaeological and historical study of animal-based industries in post-medieval London, 1500-1700.
Yeomans, Lisa, Ph.D. (2006), London
Aspects of health, injury and disease amongst the non-elite workforces of dynastic Egypt.
Hebron, Caroline, Ph.D. (2005), London
Chymistry and crucibles in the Renaissance laboratory: an archaeometric and historical study.
Martinon-Torres, Marcos, Ph.D. (2005), London
'Greed, gluttony and intemperance'? Testing the stereotype of the 'obese medieval monk'.
Patrick, Philippa, Ph.D. (2005), London (Milne, Gustav; Waldron, Tony)
Landscapes, communities and exchange: a reassessment of Anglo-Saxon economics and social change, A.D. 400-900, with special reference to Kent.
Brookes, Stuart J., Ph.D. (2003), London (Welch, Martin G.; Milne, Gustav)
Aspects of gender and craft production in early Anglo-Saxon England, with reference to the kingdom of Kent.
Harrington, Susan K., Ph.D. (2003), London (Hamilton, Sue; Welch, Martin G.)
'Military' and 'civilian' in late Roman Britain: an archaeology of social identity.
Gardner, Andrew N., Ph.D. (2001), London