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Consumption of furniture for the home, using provincial suppliers in the W. Midlands, 1750-1850.
Ponsonby, Margaret, Ph.D. (2001), Wolverhampton
Birmingham's literary response to Irish nationalism and feminism, 1880-1930.
Volante, Carol A., Ph.D. (2001), Wolverhampton
Coalmining communities in late 19th-century Shropshire.
Ensum, Janet A., Ph.D. (2000), Wolverhampton (Benson, John; Bartley, Paula; Crowther, B.)
Social and economic change in Bewdley, c.1770-1870.
Pennell, Philip N., M.Phil. (2000), Wolverhampton (Benson, John; Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.)
The history of water supply in north Worcestershire up to 1974.
Van-Leerzem, Johann, M.Phil. (2000), Wolverhampton
Popular religion in Dudley and the Gornals, c.1914-1965.
Sykes, Richard P.M., Ph.D. (1999), Wolverhampton (Leese, Roger; Benson, John)
The representation of history in the Cuban revolutionary press during the 1960s.
Dorling, Grail, M.Phil. (1998), Wolverhampton
The anti-colonial politics and policies of the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1920-51.
Jones, Jean E., Ph.D. (1997), Wolverhampton
Agricultural trade unionism in Shropshire, 1900-30.
Mansfield, Nicholas A., Ph.D. (1997), Wolverhampton (Benson, John; Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.)
A system of aggression: motives, methods and margins of Methodist growth, with special reference to the growth of Methodism on Cannock Chase, 1776-1893.
Goodwin, Charles H., Ph.D. (1996), Wolverhampton
Re-investigating coastal trade: the ports of the Bristol Channel and the Severn estuary (1695-1704).
Hussey, David P., Ph.D. (1996), Wolverhampton (Trinder, Barrie S.; Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.)
Socialist ideology and the British Labour party in the inter-war years.
Lee, Richard, M.Phil. (1996), Wolverhampton (Coates, D.; Callaghan, J.T.)
Religious attendance amd provision in Birmingham and the Black Country and the surrounding rural areas during the mid 19th century.
McPhail, John A., Ph.D. (1996), Wolverhampton (Leese, Roger; Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.)
Structures, relationships and attitudes: coalmining family life in the Black Country during the second half of the 19th century.
Ridgeway, William J., Ph.D. (1996), Wolverhampton (Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.; Leese, Roger; Benson, John)
The small market town in the large multi-township parish: Shifnal, Wellington, Wem and Whitchurch, c.1535-c.1600.
Watts, Edith S., Ph.D. (1995), Wolverhampton (Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.; Cox, J.J.; Cox, N.C.)
Grocers and groceries: the distribution of groceries in four contiguous English counties, c.1660-1750.
Stone, Susan A., M.Phil. (1994), Wolverhampton (Rowlands, M.; Benson, J.)
Christian Brother, union brother: a study of W.T. Miller (1880-1963), Nonconformist and pit deputies' leader.
Ackers, Peter B.H., Ph.D. (1993), Wolverhampton (McLeod, D.H.; Benson, J.; Black, J.)
From competition to cartel: a study of the Ruhr coal industry during the 19th century.
Brown, Peter C., Ph.D. (1993), Wolverhampton (Lee, W.R.; Benson, J.)
Ideology in the labour process: a study of the Americanization movement.
Green, Marci R., Ph.D. (1993), Wolverhampton (Reinders, R.C.; Benson, J.)