Our students

Charlotte Berry (Ph.D)
Margins and marginality in fifteenth-century London
Rebecca Browett (Ph.D)
The Cult of St Æthelwold and its Context: 996 - 1400
Mike Brownlee (M.Phil)
The economic and social development of Richmond and Twickenham in the 19th century
Victoria Davis (M.Phil)
'Colleagues in Khaki': The Victorian Post Office, its employees and their duty to a nation.
Helen Draper (M.Phil)
Mary Beale and her 'paynting room' in London , 1655–1655 and 1670–1699.
Sam Harper (Ph.D)
The Political and Economic Relationship between London and the Crown in the Reign of Henry VII.
Shengyen Lu (Ph.D)
Women in court - the legal status and property rights of heiresses and widows in thirteenth-century England
Kathleen McIlvenna (M.Phil)
‘Over 60 and Worn Out’: Retirement at the Post Office and Other Occupational Pensions in the Nineteenth Century
Rebekah Moore (M.Phil)
Space and Power in the New Palace of Westminster
Dean Rowland (Ph.D)
The reception and implementation of local and parliamentary legislation in England, 1422 - c.1485
Charles Spicer (M.Phil)
Ambulant Amateurs: The Rise and Fade of the Anglo German Fellowship
Martin Spychal (Ph.D)
Parliamentary boundaries and reform in England, 1830 – 1868
Wendy Tebble (M.Phil)
An Investigation into the Public Life of Two British Princesses: HRH Mary the Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood and HRH the Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
Andrew Wells (M.Phil)
‘An examination of selected country houses, and the related architectural and landscaping activities and income of their owners.’
Catherine Wright (Ph.D)
Social and cultural connections between the English and the Dutch in England, c.1660-c.1720