Browse theses from Newcastle

Georgian women and the business of print: family, gender and the provincial press of Northern England, 1700-1850.
Snowdon, Ria, Ph.D. (2010), Newcastle (Berry, Helen; Paton, Diana)
English radicals and Italian democrats: a long connection (1837-90).
Sutcliffe, Marcella, Ph.D. (2010), Newcastle (Allen, Joan; Baldoli, Claudia)
Accounting and the dehumanisation of African slaves during the British slave trade: an examination of the accounts of William Davenport and William Earle, two Liverpool based slaving merchants.
Dodds, Stephen E., M.Phil. (2009), Newcastle
Concepts and treatments of phrenitis in ancient medicine.
McDonald, Glenda, Ph.D. (2009), Newcastle (van der Eijk, Philip; Andrews, Jonathan)
Si monumentum requiris, circumspice: the art of public commemoration in republican Rome.
Miller, R. Don, Ph.D. (2009), Newcastle (Paterson, Jerry)
Accounting for the management of the River Tyne in the 19th century.
Brackenborough, Susan, Ph.D. (2008), Newcastle
Landscape, environment and nationalism in Germany, 1800-1933.
Delph, Caroline, Ph.D. (2008), Newcastle
Reactions and responses to the Great Fire: London and England in the later 17th century.
Field, Jacob F., Ph.D. (2008), Newcastle (Boulton, Jeremy; Berry, Helen)
Dramatic activity in early modern Newcastle upon Tyne, c.1400-1640.
McKay, Jean M., M.Phil. (2008), Newcastle
Taking the pledge: a study of children's societies for the prevention of cruelty to birds and animals in Britain, c.1870-1914.
Milton, Frederick S., Ph.D. (2008), Newcastle
Key factors influencing new museum building projects in the U.K. and Germany
Eckersley, Susannah C., Ph.D. (2007), Newcastle
Change in the public space of traditional Hausa cities: a study of Zaria, 1804-2004 A.D.
Garba, Shaibu B., Ph.D. (2007), Newcastle
Space, light and experience in middle Byzantine churches.
Nesbitt, Claire, Ph.D. (2007), Newcastle
The idea of the West in British foreign policy discourse after 1940.
Tate, Simon, Ph.D. (2007), Newcastle
From the Glorious Revolution to the French revolutionary wars: civil-military relations in north-east England during the 18th century.
Christiansen, David, Ph.D. (2005), Newcastle (Salmon, Patrick J.K.)
Women’s testimonies of the concentration camps of the South African war, 1899-1902 and after.
Dampier, Helen, Ph.D. (2005), Newcastle
For disharmony and strength: factionalism within the conservative parties in Japan, 1945-64.
Sveinsdóttir, Hulda T., Ph.D. (2004), Newcastle
The contacts between the Church of England and the Lutheran churches of Germany in the reign of Henry VIII.
Schofield, John A., Ph.D. (2003), Newcastle (Cameron, Euan K.)
The use and organisation of space: settlements in England, A.D. 400-1000.
Ware, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2003), Newcastle (Harding, Jan; Greene, Kevin)
The Black prison experience and the U.S. civil rights movement.
Greer, Zoe, Ph.D. (2002), Newcastle (Ward, Brian E.)