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The Importance of Being Eccentric: The Rise and Fall of a Forgotten Victorian Value

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, Britain and Ireland and tagged , , , .

How far did both the early British colonial government and Julius Nyerere’s TANU use ‘imagined communities’ as justification for their political actions in Tanzania?

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, Administrative History, Africa, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, Imperial and Colonial, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , .

Uneven Neutrality: Examining front-line diplomatic British attitudes to the war through John Leche and his shifting sympathies in Spain, 1937-1938

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, Britain and Ireland, Europe, Iberia, International History, Political History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

Stand Down Margaret: Why did music become so much more politicised in the years 1979-90?

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, 20th Century, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

Uncovering Una’s radicalism: a study of feminist and anti-colonial trajectories

This entry was posted in 1900-1919, 1920-1949, 20th Century, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, England, Gender and Women, Imperial and Colonial, Latin America and West Indies, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , , , .

Britain’s Underworld: Lingerie and Body Image Through Marks and Spencer 1925-1985

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, 1950-1999, 20th Century, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, Fashion, Gender and Women, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , , .

“The Great Enigma”: British Intelligence and the Soviet Military, 1917-1942

This entry was posted in 1900-1919, 1920-1949, 20th Century, Britain and Ireland, Europe, Intelligence, International History, Russia, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , , , , .

‘A friend, to the Israelis’? An assessment of Margaret Thatcher’s policy towards Israel in her first term.

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‘The most memorable four years of my life’: Winston Churchill at The Admiralty, 1911-14

This entry was posted in 1900-1919, 20th Century, Britain and Ireland, Europe, International History, Maritime History, Military History and tagged , , , , , .

Understanding Madness in Context: Representations of Mental Disturbances in Collections of Miracles from the Central Middle Ages

This entry was posted in Britain and Ireland, Europe, HIST3500, Medicine, Medieval, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

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