The Centre holds copies of all dissertations undertaken by its alumni; they can be read by arrangement with Centre staff*. Over 100 of our PhD theses are now also available digitised by the University Library.
*please note that due to our recent move, dissertations held by the Centre are not viewable at this time.
Browse this list of our current and recent PhD students.
- Paul Shaw, A New Approach to Understanding Anglo-Scandinavian Settlement and Agrarian Practice Utilising Analysis of Terroir. AHRC M4C-funded
- Matthew Tuohy, The Landscape History of Willey Hundred, Bedfordshire
- Harry Wilkinson, The Night in Anglo-Saxon England. AHRC M3C-funded
- Oresta Muckute, Narratives of Loss in the Civil Wars in Ireland, Wales and England compared: 1641-1652. AHRC M4C CDP-funded
- Veena Patel, Water, Healing and the Reformation in England, 1520-1680. University of Leicester, GTA-funded
- David Russell, Stretching the Evidence: an Examination of the English Landscape through GIS, 1573-1700. AHRC M4C-funded
- Rachel Small, Food, Identity and Humoral Theory in Early Modern England. AHRC M3C-funded
- Diane Strange, ‘The contempt and reproach of this nation’: Widows, Orphans and the Jacobean Court of Wards.. AHRC M3C-funded
- Elizabeth van Wessem, ‘Because thereon in great measure depend the success and belief of their office’: Clergy-Lay Relationships in Seventeenth-Century Herefordshire. AHRC M3C-funded
- Verne Walker, 'Women's work in the British Civil Wars in England and Wales, 1630-1655'
- Alison Browne, A Social History of Scottish Homicide, 1840-1869
- Prisca Greenhow, Pauper Letters and Poor Relief in Mattishall, Norfolk
- Jordan Harris, Bi-Racial People in Nineteenth-Century Britain
- Isobel Moore, Crime Reporting in the Provincial Press in the Nineteenth Century: A Study of Two Essex Newspapers, 1850-1900
- Brenda Mortimer, Petitions for Mercy to Robert Peel, 1822-1827
- Paul John Owens, The Social and Ecclesiastical Significance of Church Seating Plans, 1700-1900
- Kimberley Pullen, The Old Poor Law, Enclosure and Social Change in Leicestershire and Rutland, 1700-1834. AHRC-funded
- John Pullin, The Locomotive Drivers: The Working and Domestic Lives of the Men who Drove the Trains, 1850-1885
- Julian Raynor, London Homicides, 1750-1900