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Upper middle-class complicity in the National Socialist phenomenon in Germany, 1933.
White, David R., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
Law and society in later Anglo-Saxon England.
Boire-Hoffman, Gail R., M.Sc. (2000), Edinburgh
James Mill's History of British India in its intellectual context.
Chen, Jeng-Guo, Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Phillipson, Nicholas T.; Dickinson, Harry T.)
History of the University of Edinburgh.
Dhondt, Pieter, M.Sc. (2000), Edinburgh
Greek popular religion under the Ottomans: a study of Leo Allatius.
Hartnup, Karen M., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Angold, Michael J.; Rutter, Neville K.)
Reconstruction in the United States, 1865-1977.
Hood, James N., M.Sc. (2000), Edinburgh
Aspects of Protestant culture and society in mid-Antrim, 1857-67.
James, Kevin J., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Morris, Robert J.)
The household and court of King James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603.
Juhala, Amy L., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Bannerman, John W.M.)
The mirror of the observance: image, ideal and identity in observant Franciscan literature, c.1415-1528.
Lappin, Clare E., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Dickson, M. Gary; Brown, Andrew D.)
Patronage of livery players and their propagandist function in Tudor England, 1530-80.
Lee, Juo-Yung, Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Fox, Adam P.; Blanchard, Ian S.W.)
The mirror for princesses: the fashioning of English queenship, 1553-1603.
Lin, May-Shine, Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Mackenney, Richard S.; Howarth, D.J.; Fox, A.)
Divided Gaels. Gaelic Scotland and Gaelic Ireland, 1200-1650: perceptions and connections.
McLeod, Wilson C., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh
The growth of Christianity in Ugogo and Ukaguru (Central Tanzania): a socio-historical analysis of the role of indigenous agents, 1876-1933.
Akiri, Raphael M., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh
The development of the Mamluk land tenure in Egypt 697/1297-882/1477.
Al-Wahaibi, Khalid K., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Hillenbrand, Carole; McDonald, Michael V.)
The business of the College of Justice in 1600: how it reflects the economic and social life of Scots men and women.
Coutts, Winifred K., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Sellar, W. David H.)
The Scottish burghs during the Cromwellian occupation, 1651-60.
Gillanders, Susan, Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Dennison, Elizabeth P.D.)
The language of character and the nature of events in the historical narratives of William Robertson.
Hargraves, Neil K., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Phillipson, Nicholas T.; Dickinson, Harry T.)
Factionalism in the Kirk during the Cromwellian invasion and occupation of Scotland, 1650-60: the protester-resolutioner controversy.
Holfelder, Kyle D., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh
Images of Jews in medieval Scotland and England.
Jackson, Fraser A, M.Sc. (1999), Edinburgh
Recreating identity: Scottish-Australian cultural organizations and changing identities in New South Wales, 1945 to the 1990s.
Johnston, Craig D., Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Duffield, Ian; Bates, Crispin B.)