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Concepts of virtue in 18th-century France, 1745-88.
Linton, Marisa A., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Campbell, P.R.)
The Women's Institute Movement, 1915-60.
Morgan, Margaret R., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Howkins, A.J.)
Anglican sisterhoods in Victorian England.
Mumm, Susan E.D., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Cromwell, Valerie)
The management of voluntary organizations in the post-war period, with special reference to national-local relations.
Penn, Alison M.R., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Cromwell, Valerie)
The problem of Trieste: nationalist discourses and the construction of ideas of Trieste, 1945-54.
Sluga, Glenda A., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Kedward, H.R.)
Formations of cultural identity: art criticism, the National Gallery and the Royal Academy, 1820-63.
Trodd, Colin B., D.Phil. (1993), Sussex (Pointon, Marcia R.)
`The uplifting game': nonconformity and the working class in S. Lambeth, 1884-1903.
Davis, J.W., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Cromwell, Valerie)
Women's experience during and after World War II in the Toulouse area: constraints and choices.
Diamond, Hanna E., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Stevens, Anne F.)
Carlyle's idea of the people.
Fang, Jyh-chang, D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Burrow, J.W.)
The limits of laissez-faire: a political economy of Lebanon, 1948-87.
Gaspard, T.K., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Evans, H.D.)
After the workhouse: the development of hospital services for the elderly chronic sick, 1930-74, with particular reference to the former public assistance institutions in E. Sussex.
Gaston, Harry, D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Yeo, Eileen M.)
Nineteenth-century farm women in Northumberland and Cumbria: the neglected workforce.
Gielgud, V. Judy, D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Howkins, A.J.)
British attitudes to the German people in the Second World War.
Kertesz, Margaret A., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Howkins, A.J.)
Industry, education and the state: the development of British elites' perception of the question of trained manpower, 1918-44.
Lee, Nae-Joo, D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Middlemas, R.K.)
`One for the money, two for the show': youth, consumerism and hegemony in Britain, 1945-70, with particular reference to a south-eastern coastal town [Brighton].
Osgerby, William J., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Howkins, A.J.)
The phenomenon of conversion: change of religion to and from Catholicism in England, 1580-1625.
Questier, Michael C., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Hawkins, M.J.)
`Girls into demons': 19th-century representations of English working-class women employed in agriculture.
Sayer, Karen A., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Howkins, A.J.)
A history of Gravesend, 1630-1780.
Shepherd, Lloyd T., M.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Brooks, C.)
Richelieu and the `grands': the duc d'Epernon.
Chrysafidou, Io, D.Phil. (1991), Sussex (Campbell, P.R.)
Policies of the Resistance and the political and administrative reconstruction of the Cote d'Or, 1943-6.
Conrad, Barbara H., D.Phil. (1991), Sussex (Kedward, H.R.)