Completed PhD Dissertations
A History of European Penetration and African Reaction in the Kasai Region of Zaire, 1880-1908.
In Wildest Africa: The Preservation of Game in Kenya, 1895-1933.
Vincent, Brian Ben
Cotton Growing in Southern Nigeria: Missionary, Mercantile, Imperial and Colonial Governmental Involvement versus African Realities c. 1845 to 1939.
Spencer, Ian Robert
The Development of Production and Trade in the Reserve Areas of Kenya, 1895-1929.
Steele, Murray Cairns
The Foundations of a Native Policy: Southern Rhodesia, 1923-1933.
"When Blue is Green": Towards a History of Workers as Enviromentalists in British Columbia and Beyond
"Sovereign Culture: Stó:lō Cultural Heritage and Political Activism in the Twentieth Century"
Divided Loyalties: A Study of a Communist-led Trade Union's Struggle For Survival in Trail, British Columbia, 1943-1955
Burn it Down! Anarchism, Activism, and the Vancouver Five, 1967-1985
"United we stand, divided we perish": Identity, Community, and the Negotiation of Pan-tribal Unity in the Union of BC Indian Chiefs
"If You Want Blood": Violence at Work in the North American Auto Industry, 1960-1980
Women in Red Serge: Female Police Bodies and the Disruption of the Image of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The Body or the Soul? Religion and Culture in a Rural Quebec Parish, St-Joseph-de-Beauce, 1736-1901
Modern Men: Taking Risks and Making Masculinity in the Postwar Years
No Place To Go: Women's Activism, Family Violence and the Mixed Social Economy, Northwestern Ontario and the Kootenys, BC, 1965-1989
Trouble Enough: Gender, Social Policy and the Politics of Place In Vancouver and Saskatoon, 1929-1939.
Hotel Beer Parlours: Regulating Public Drinking and Decency in Vancouver, British Columbia, 1925-1954.
Henrietta Muir Edwards: The Journey of a Canadian Feminist.
Sandwell, Ruth Wells
Reading the Land: Rural Discourse and the Practice of Settlement, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, 1859-1891.
Beyond Biology: Disease and it's Impact On The Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1930.
Sutherland, J. Dufferin
"We Are Only Loggers:" Loggers and the Struggle for Development in Newfoundland, 1929-1959.
Status and Migration Among the Punjabis of Paldi, British Columbia and Paldi, Punjab.
Wade, Catherine Jill
Citizens in Action: Loca Activism and National Housing Programs, Vancouver, 1919-1950.
McPherson, Kathryn M.
Skilled Service and Women's Work: Canadian Nursing 1920-1939.
The Long Distance Feeling: A History of the Telecommunications Workers Union.
Woodworkers and Legitimacy: The IWA in Canada, 1937-1957.
Hak, Gordon Hugh
On the Fringes: Capital and Labour in the Forest Economies of the Port Alberni and Prince George Districts, British Columbia, 1910-1939.
Michael VIII Palaiologos and the Nikaian Generation: Roman Political Culture in the Years of Exile
The Pawn that Would be King: Macedonian Slavs in the Greek Civil War, 1946-49
Managing Macedonia: British Statecraft, Intervention, and 'Proto-peacekeeping' in Ottoman Macedonia, 1902-1905
Hill, Robert Adam
The Reformation of the Bells in Early Modern England
The Transformation of Mihailovic's Chetnik Movement: from Royalist Yugoslav Forces to Serb Nationalist Guerillas
Scarlet and khaki, fire and steel: Representations of warfare in British mass culture, 1870-1914.
Making Sense of Anarchism: The Experiments with Revolution of Errico Malatesta, Italian Exile in London, 1889-1900
Without a "Dog's Chance:" The Devlinite Irish News, Northern Ireland's "Trapped" Nationalist Minority, and the Irish Boundary Question, 1921-1925.
Harmsworth’s Girls: Constructing Identity in the British Popular Press, 1898-1916
How Much Material Damage Did the Northmen Actually Do to Ninth-Century Europe?
Different Drummer, Same Parade. Britain's Palestine Labour Department, 1942 - 1948
R.H. Tawney: the Integrated Life And The Reform of Education in England 1905-1944
Erasmus of Rotterdam's Influence upon Anabaptism: The Case of Balthasar Hubmaier
Women Alone: Widows in Third Republic France, 1870-1940
Reflexive Foxe: The Book of Martyrs Transformed, Foxe Reinterpreted, Sixteenth Through Twenty-First Centuries.
Fuhr, Enid M.
Strategy and Diplomacy in British India Under Marquis Wellesley: The Second Maratha War, 1802-1806.
Writing and Making History: Thomas Munro, John Malcolm and Mountstuart Elphinstone: Three Scotsmen in the History and Historiography of British India.
The Political Thought of Henry Hyndman.
Continental Policy and Weltpolitik: German Relations with Continental Western Europe, 1890-1914.
The Anti-Armenian Riots of 1895-1897: The "Climate of Violence" and Intercommunal onflict in the Eastern Anatolian Provinces of the Ottoman Empire
Technocrats, Politics and Planning: The Formulation of Arab Oil Policy, 1957-1967.
Anarchism and the Working Class: The Union of Russian Workers in the North American Labor Movement, 1910s
Beyond the Rebel Girl: Female Wobblies, Respectability, and the Law in the Pacific Northwest, 1905-1924
Red Harbor: Class, Violence, and Community in Grays Harbor, Washington
"Conservative Revolutionaries" - A Study of the Religious and Political Thought of John Wise, Jonathan Mayhew, Andrew Eliot and Charles Chauncy
Earnestly Contending for the Faith: The Role of the Niagara Bible Conference in the Emergence of American Fundamentalism, 1875-1900.
Completed MA Theses/Projects
Re-examining Uganda's 1966 Crisis: The Uganda People's Congress and the Congo Rebellion
Developmental Colonialism and Kitawala Policy in 1950s Belgian Congo
Mabin, Eleanor M.
Truth and the British South Africa Company: The Development of a Radical's Opposition to the Development of Capitalist Imperialism in a South African Context
Choosing “Hell”: Family migrants from Shandong and Manchukuo’s food rationing system in Harbin, 1942-1944
Molding Lumps of Clay: Political Education through Extracurricular Activities for Primary School Children in Yangzhou, February 1949-June 1952
Sympathy and the Unbelieved in Modern Retellings of Sindhi Sufi Folktales
"Masters of the Docks" or "Slaves to Work Quotas"? Student-Workers in Shanghai During the 1974 Campaign to Criticize Lin Biao and Confucius
Finding Their Voice: The Indian Press and Nikita Khrushchev's 1955 Visit to India
Half-Brothers in Christ: The Church Missionary Society and the Christians of Kerala, 1813-1840
A Global Technological Diffusion—Traditional Chinese Tea Technology and Its Contribution to Modern Tea Production in the 19th Century
We are Chinese Canadian: The Response of Vancouver's Chinese Community to Hong Kong Immigrants, 1980-1997.
“Farmworkers Zindabad!”: Community Unionism and the Canadian Farmworkers’ Union, 1978-1986
No Class, No Family: Women’s Resistance and the Occasional Structure of Reproduction in Vancouver’s Last Brothel District, 1911-1914
"Beyond Protest: Foregrounding Caregiving and Service Organizations in Gay Political Responses to the HIV Epidemic in Vancouver"
The Three Reincarnations of the Smilin’ Buddha Cabaret: Gentrification, Entertainment, and Respectability in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside 1952-84
“Sisterhood is Powerful, but Not Easy:” Conflict, American Imperialism, and Splintering at the 1971 Vancouver Indochinese Women’s Conference
Proxied Perspectives: Vancouver Immigrant and Low-Income Women Represented to the Royal Commission of the Status of Women, 1968
Rogues Among Rebels: Entanglements between Irish Catholics and the Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland
A Time to Heal: Medical Missions and Indigenous Medico-Spiritual Cosmologies on the Central Coast of British Columbia, 1897-1914
Reverberations of Moral Reform: The Impact of the Racialized Construction of Vancouver’s Chinatown on the Vancouver Police Department, 1886-1907
Defending the Established Order and the Welfare of French Canadians from Two Different Perspectives: The Quebec Gazette and the Gazette de Québec, 1836-1840
What's so special about the Vancouver Special?
Pulp Fictional Folk Devils? The Fulton Bill and the Campaign to Censor "Crime and Horror Comics" in Cold War Canada, 1945-1955
Eaton, C. Scott
Capitalism on Trial: Section 98, the Communist Party of Canada, and the Battle for Legality, 1931-36
No Hobo is an Island: Power and Political Culture in the Federal Work Relief Camps in British Columbia, 1932-1935
Discordant Voices: Vancouver's Scots Community and the Janet Smith Case, 1924
The Evolution of Chinese Graves at Burnaby's Ocean View Cemetery: From Stigmatized Purlieu to Political Adaptations and Cultural Identity
"Livability is a victim of street prostitution": The Politics of Sex, the Neighbourhood, and the Rightward Turn in Vancouver's Gay West End, 1981-1985
Vancouver Longshoremen, Resilient Solidarity, and the 1935 Interruption: Company Unionism 1923-1945
The Golden Speculum: A History of the Vancouver Women's Health Collective, 1970-1983
Missionization and Skwxwú7mesh Political Economy, 1864-1923
No Quarter Required: Japanese Experiences and Media Distortions in the Steveston Fishers’ Strike of 1900
Establishing an Elite Sport: The Men and Hounds of the National Beagle Club of America, 1890-1940
John Robson and His Faith: Church and State in Late Nineteenth Century British Columbia
A People's Commission?: High Modernism, Direct Democracy, and the Royal Commission Agriculture and Rural Life, 1952-1957
Mennonite Domestic Workers: Intersections of Gender, Ethnicity and Religion
Journeys to the 'North Country Fair': Exploring the American Vietnam War Migration to Vancouver.
Kitty Malloys and Rebel Girls: Representations of the Woman Worker in Vancouver's Early 20th Century Mainstream and Radical Labour Newspapers.
A Crisis of Commitment: Socialist Internationalism in British Columbia during the Great War.
Organizing the Unorganized: The Service, Office, and Retail Workers' Union of Canada (SORWUC), 1972-1986.
The Gendered Workings Of Class In Postindustrial, Service Sector Capitalism: The Emergence And Evolution Of The British Columbia Nurses Union, 1976-1992.
Discourse on Indigenous Self-determination in Mexico and Canada and the Disparate Notions of Culture, 1992.
For Liberty, Bread, and Love: Anne Buller, Beckie Buhay, and the Forging of Communist Militant Femininity in Canada.
Murray, F. Scott
Cashing in on Whales': Cetaceans as Symbol and Commodity along the Northern Pacific Coast, 1959 - 2008.
Making Space for Rural Lesbians: Homosexuality and Rurality in British Columbia, 1950-1970s.
Furrows of Stone: Race, Politics, and the Alberta Metis Land Question, 1932-1936.
Seasons of Gold: An Environmental History of the Cariboo Gold Rush.
Constituting Authority: Policing Workers and the Consolidation of Police Power in Vancouver, 1918-1939.
Taking Tea in the Parlour: Middle-Class Formation and Gender Construction in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 1760-1850.
Coming Full Circle: An Environmental History of Herring Spawn Harvest among the Heiltsuk.
A Very Conservative Radical: Reverend Robert Connell's Encounter with Marxism in the BC CCF.
As Ye Have Faith So Shall Your Powers and Blessings Be: The Aboriginal - Baha'i Encounter in British Columbia.
The Chinese-Canadian News Presses' Coverage of Canada's Recognition of the People's Republic of China and Its Effects on the Vancouver Chinese Community, 1968-1972.
Neither This Nor That: The Hyphenated Existence of Chinese Children Growing Up In Twentieth Century North America.
Unequal Participants: Race And Space In The Interracial Interactions Of The Cariboo Gold Fields, 1860-1871.
"I Don't Get Out Without a Fight": Exploring the Life Stories of Chilean Exiles.
Norway "must really drop their absurd claims such as that to the Otto Sverdrup Islands." Bi-Polar International Diplomacy: The Sverdrup Islands Question, 1902-1930.
You Don't Have to be a Scotchman: Sport and the Evolution of the Vancouver Caledonian Games, 1893-1926.
Theosophical Socialists in the 1920s Okanagan: Jack Logie's Social Issues Summer Camps.
From Harbour to Harvest: The Diverse Paths of Japanese-Canadians to Landownership, Farming, and the Making of Community in the Fraser Valley, 1904-1942.
Mountaintop Mayhem: Simon Fraser University 1965-1971.
Shifting Surfaces of Ice: The Mundays and Mount Waddington, 1926-1934.
Children of a Common Mother: Canadian History and Feature Film - Four Studies.
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Rocks the World: Women in Vancouver's Communist Movement, 1935-1945.
Social Justice for Whom? Class, New Social Movements and the Environment: A Case Study for Greenpeace Canada, 1971-2000.
Visions of Arcadia: Wilderness and the Ecology of Trail Construction in the Coastal Pacific Northwest.
The Surveillance of the Chinese in Canada During the Great War.
The Giant Killers: Forestry, Conservation, and Recreation in Green Timbers Forest, Surrey, British Columbia to 1930.
Restoring the Restorers: The Preservation of Thomas Haney House.
Making History Visible: Culture and Politics in the Presentation of Musqueam History.
Settling Seabird Island: Land, Resources, and Ownership on a British Columbia Native Reserve.
Labour, Capital, and Class in the Twentieth Century Development of British Columbia's Salmon Gillnet Fishing Fleet.
Fear and Loathing in St. Sylvestre: The Corrigan Murder Case, 1855-1858.
One of Many Homes, Stories of Dispossession from "Stanley Park."
Assembling a Life: The (Auto) Biography of Alexis Amelia Alvey 1942-1945.
R.L.T. Galbraith, the Ktunaxa, and Native-Government Relations, 1894-1921.
The True Elixer of Life?: Imagining Eden and Empire in the Settlement of Kelowna, British Columbia 1904-1920.
For the Peace of the Community and the Good Order of Society: the Regulation of Marriage Relations in Aboriginal Communities in British Columbia, 1870-1940.
Fit for Future Life: The Struggle to Establish Home Economics at the University of British Columbia, 1919-1943.
The Drive for Proportional Representation in British Columbia, 1917-1923.
The Squamish Aboriginal Economy, 1860-1940.
The Politics of Naming: Constructing Prostitutes and Regulating Women in Vancouver, 1934-1945.
Inglis, David C.
Vimy Ridge: 1917-1992. A Canadian Myth Over Seventy-Five Years.
Educated in the Townships: The Students of the University of Bishop's College, 1930-39.
A Modern Weapon for Modern Man: Marxist Masculinity and the Social Practices of the One Big Union, 1919-1924.
Grappling for Resolution: Gender, Space and White Methodist Women in the Mission Setting in Nineteenth Century British Columbia.
We'll hang all policemen from a sour apple tree!: Class, Law and the Politics of State Power in the Blubber Bay Strike of 1938-1939.
I Was a Strong Lady: Italian Housewives with Boarders in Vancouver, 1947-61.
And Then We Will Mind the Law: The Enforcement of Federal Fisheries Regulations in B.C. and the Resistance of Native Fishers, 1894-1914.
Identity in Immigration: Self-Conception and Myth in the Narratives of German Immigrant Women in Vancouver, B.C., 1950-1960.
Prelude to Medicare: Institutional Change and Continuity in Saskatchewan (1944-1962).
Schipper, Paul W.
Assimilation, Loyalty and the Japanese of Canada, 1931-1948: A Review of the Historical Literature.
Not Another God-Dam Housewife: Ruth Bullock, the "Woman Question" and Canadian Trotskyism.
Smith, P. Trefor
"A Very Respectable Man": John Freemont Smith and the Kamloops Agency, 1912-1923.
St. Claire, Tracy
Economic Diversification on the Penticton Reserve: Pre-Settlement to 1920.
Stadfeld, Bruce C.
Manifestations of Power: Native Response to Settlement in Nineteenth Century British Columbia.
Women in the Mirror: Women Writers and Women's History in the Prairies, 1945 - 1970.
A More Subtle Polity: The Provincial State and Party Politics in British Columbia, 1871-1903.
'We Are Not Beggars': Political Genesis of the Native Brotherhood, 1931 - 1951.
Farm Women and Their Work in Delta, British Columbia, 1900 - 1939.
van Drongelen, Peter
Establishing a Covenant Community: Religion as a Basis for Community and Ethnic Separateness among Dutch Calvinists in British Columbia's Fraser Valley.
Anderson Robin J.
The Vancouver Employment Business, 1900-1915: Sharks and White Slavers.
Messamore, Barbara J.
The Governors General of Canada, 1888-1911: British Imperialists and Canadian 'Nationalists.'
Riddell, Susan E.
Curing Society's Ills: Public Health Nurses and Public Health Nursing in Rural British Columbia, 1919 - 1946.
A Union on the Hill: The International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers and the Organization of Trail Smelter and Chemical Workers.
Beyond Equality: British Columbia New Democrats and Native Peoples, 1961-1979.
The Polarization of Okanagan Fruit Farming Communities and the 1955 Packing House Workers' Strike.
Women and Families in the Asylum Practice of Charles Edward Doherty at the Provincial Hospital for the Insane, 1905-1915.
"An Arrow Aimed at the Heart": The Vancouver Women's Caucus and the Abortion Campaign 1969-1971.
"The Guerre des eteignoirs": School Reform and Popular Resistance in Lower Canada, 1841-1850.
Lascelles, Thomas A.
Leon Fouquet and the Kootenay Indians, 1874-1887.
Leier, J. Mark
Through the Lense of Syndicalism: Fragmentation on the Vancouver and British Columbia Left before the Great War.
Class Conflict and Political Factionalism: A History of Local 213 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 1901-1961.
Freeway Planning and Protests in Vancouver, 1954-1972.
Watts, Elsie, I.
Attitudes of Parents toward the Development of Public Schooling in Victoria, B.C. during the Colonial Period.
Lees, Elizabeth Anne
Problems of Pacification: Veterans' Groups in Vancouver, 1919-1922.
Equality, Emancipation and a More Just World: Leading Women in the British Columbia Cooperative Commonwealth Federation.
Re-Examination of the Failure of Leadership in the Social Democratic Federation and the Socialist League, 1884-1890.
Capitalisme et la politique dans une reunion Quebecoise de colonisation: le cas de Jacques Picard Wotton, 1828-1905.
Williams, M. Jeanne
Ethnicity and Class Conflict at Maillardville - Fraser Mills: The Strike of 1931.
Belshaw, John D.
Administration of Relief to the Unemployed in Vancouver during the Great Depression.
Forest Policy and Administration in British Columbia, 1912-1928.
Kanakos, Jeanie L.
Negotiations to Relocate the Songhees Indians, 1843-1911.
Bolt, Clarence R.
Thomas Crosby and the Tsimshian of Port Simpson, 1874-1897.
Cunningham, Alain M
Canadian Nationalism and the British Connection, 1899-1919.
May, Edwin Peter
The Nishga Land Claim, 1873-1973.
Coyle, Brian C.
Problems of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company on Vancouver Island, 1847-1857.
Brock, Peter Jeffry
Fighting Joe Martin in British Columbia.
Attitudes toward Chinese Immigrants to British Columbia 1858-1885.
Muldoon, Donald W.
Capitalism Unchallenged: A Sketch of Canadian Communism, 1939-1949.
The American Purchase of Alaska and Canadian Expansion to the Pacific.
The Road To Receivership: Unemployment and Relief in Burnaby, North Vancouver City and District and West Vancouver, 1929-1933.
Collins, John E.
The Reclamation of Pitt Meadows.
Lindstrom, Erling G
The Methodist Church, Canada, 1884-1912.
MacKenzie, Ken L.
Harold Innis: A Study of Creative Intellect.
Robb, S. Andrew
The Collins' Overland or Russian Extension Telegraph Project: A Pioneer Attempt to Establish Telegraphic Communications between North America and Europe.
Heibert, Albert J.
Prohibition in British Columbia.
Monuments and the Margins: Old Age and Memories of Scottish Jacobitism in the Epitaph of Marjory Scott, 1700-1900
Beehives of Knowledge: Cosmographer Networks of Sebastian Münster, Gerard Mercator, and Abraham Ortelius (1540-1570)
Acting Virtuously: Ceremonial Displays of Imperial Virtue in Byzantium
"Atoms for Annan: The Chapelcross Works Nuclear Station, Technopolitics, and British Nuclear Culture in the Dumfriesshire region of Scotland between 1955-1979"
Early Modern Reforestation: The Case of the Ottoman Western Balkans
Neither Hero, Nor Villain: Rudolf Kastner and the Cluj Narratives
"Columns of the House" and Proud Workers: Greek Immigrant Women in Vancouver, 1945-1975
Faith, Foes, Fear, and the 'Bitter Scourge of War': Eyewitness Accounts of the Thirty Years War and the Religious Debate
Danza de la Muerte: Greek Arms Dealing in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939
Byzantium, Political Agency, and the City: A case study in urban autonomy during the Norman Conquest of Southern Italy
Thomas Bentley and 'Monumentes of Antiquities worthy memory': History, Memory, and Identity in Early Modern England
Parading Anxieties: Drumcree, Sectarianism, and the Contested Production of Knowledge in Peace Process Era Northern Ireland.
The Cat and Mouse Act: Deconstructing Hegemonic Masculinity in Edwardian Britain
Practical Protestantism: Popular Belief in the Parish of St. Botolph's Aldgate, London, 1558-1603
Teresa of Avila's Bridal Spirituality Within the Context of the Medieval Mystical Tradition
"Part of our Commonwealth": A Study of the Normans in Eleventh-Century Byzantine Historiography
Constructing Dakar: Cultural Theory and Colonial Power Relations in French African Urban Development
The Empress in Late Antiquity and the Roman Origins of the Imperial Feminine
Cummings, Anne E.
Information and Allegations of Catholicism in Elizabethan and Jacobean England
Being Alevi in Turkey: Discursive Unity and the Contestation of Communal Boundaries, 1980 - 2009
Beauty, Work, But Above All Marriage: Gender Socialization of Girls in the Girl's Best Friend, 1898-99
Spaces of War: The Interpretation of Landscapes on the Western Front by First World War German Soldiers, 1914 - 1918
The Failure of the Savary Law to Reform Higher Education in France, 1981-1984.
"All the prostitutes may be made subject to supervision and the spread of disease infinitely reduced": Implications of Alexandre Parent-Duchatele and William Acton's Regulatory Proposals.
Penitents, Militants, Scoundrels, and Saints: Early Modern Catholicism and the French Catholic League.
Humour, Halters and Humiliation: Wife-Sale As Theatre And Self-Divorce.
Print and Protest: A Study of the Women's Suffrage Movement in Nineteenth-Century English Periodical Literature.
"Shoot the Teacher!" Education and the Roots of the Macedonian Struggle.
Ter Haar, Jan Jaap
The Broken Past: World War II in Ernst Junger's Later Work.
The Religious Allegiances of Sixteenth Century Peasant Rebels.
Challenging the Delumeau Thesis: Evidence From the Artes Moriendi.
Thames Valley Cotton Pickers’: Race And Youth In London Blues Culture.
Women Alone: Working-class Widows in Paris, 1890-1939.
The German National Attack on the Czech Minority in Vienna, 1897-1914, as Reflected in the Satirical Journal Kikeriki, and its Role as a Centrifugal Force in the Dissolution of Austria-Hungary.
"A Funny Kind of Englishman": Representations on South Asians in British Cinema in the Films of Hanif Kureishi.
"We Shall Deliver the Goods": The Development of British Air Power During the Great War, 1914-1918.
'Britainnia has ruled here': Transcaucasia and Considerations of Imperial Defence in Lord Curzon's Search for a Near Eastern Settlement, 1918-1923.
Imperial Defence or 'Ultimate Potential Enemy': The Anglo-German Naval Agreement and British Foreign Policy, 1930-1937.
Making Judgements: Hannah Arendt's Message to Historians in "Eichmann in Jerusalem".
Abbot Suger of St-Denis, Architect of Memory.
Quest for the Holy Grail: The Macedonia Question as a Protagonist in the Tito-Cominform Split, 1943-1949.
"Taking the Lead": British Foreign Policy, The Greek December Uprising and Yalta, 1943-1945.
Should the State Finance Private Education? Alain Savary's Attempt to Solve the Private School Debate in France from 1981 to 1984.
Women Confront the Reformation: Katharina Sch'z Zell, Teresa of 'ila, and Religious Reform in the Sixteenth Century.
I Saw Religion in Action in the Shelters: The Church of England's Parish Experience in War-time London, 1939-1945.
HMS Pinafore and the Queen's Navee: Images of the Royal Navy In Victorian Music and Music Theatre.
A War Within a War: The Influence of Balkan Irredentism on British Strategy in South-Eastern Europe, 1914-1918.
Sexuality in Utopia.
In Fear of the Frail, the Treatment of the Disabled at the Aichberg Asylum for the Mentally Ill in Nazi Germany.
In Search of the TRUEFAN: Populism, Football and Fandom in England from Antiquity to the End of the Twentieth Century.
Virtue, Order, Industry: Count Rumford and the Relief of the Poor.
Entente Rivalry in the Near East During the Great War: Anglo-French War Aims from Salonica to Basra, 1914-1918.
Gelardi, Araceli Julia
Sir Eric Drummond, Britain's Ambassador to Italy, and British Foreign Policy During the Italo-Abyssinian Crisis of 1935-1936.
"On the Brink of the Abyss": The German Focus of Russian Official Ideology.
Blackshirts Torn: Inside the British Union of Fascists, 1932-1940.
Elizabethan Puritanism and the Poor: A Reconsideration.
"The Mammon of Unrighteousness": Lord Curzon's Perception of Russia Van der Meer, Peter 1998 Bismarck's Dilemman: German Foreign Policy from 1870-1882.
Understanding Technique: Freedom and Determinism in the Work of Jacques Elul.
"The Polish Sickness" and Franco-Soviet Relations, 1934-1939.
Defense of National Interest and Sovereignty: Serbian Government Policy in the Bosnian Crisis, 1906-1909.
"When this war is over / we'll damn well march no more": Working-Class Patriotism in the Era of the Great War.
Zero Hour has Come and Gone: Allied Efforts to Alleviate the Ruhr Housing Shortage from 1945-1949.
Glaber's Cluniac Preoccupations.
Hepplewhite, Elizabeth Anne
"The Public Vocation of Women": Lectures to Ladies on Sanitary Reform in England, 1855-1870.
The Hero and the Other: G.A. Henty's Juvenile Fiction.
"Comrades and Sisters": Women's Organization and Politicization in the National Women's Secretariat, 1919-1925.
"A Higher and Holier State": Challenges to Female Power in Early Anglican Sisterhoods, 1845-1870.
Emmeline Pankhurst and the Great War: Radical Suffragist, Conservative Patriot or Political Opportunist?
Drawing in the Margins: Rhetorical Adaptations to Englishness in Nineteenth Century Women's Diaries.
Members of Parliament and Foreign Affairs in the British House of Commons January 1913 to August 1914.
Possibilities of Agency: The Impact of the Work of Natalie Zemon Davis.
British Light Infantry in the Seven Years War.
Matrons, Maidens and Magdalenes: Women's Patronage of Nineteenth Century London Music Halls.
The Belgium Question in French Strategic Planning and Army Doctrine between the Wars.
A Model of Womanhood: Ideology as Style in the Work of Adeline Gen and Maud Allan.
The Real England: Englishness and Patriotism in the Writings of George Orwell.
Three Faces of The Phanariots: An Inquiry into the Role and Motivations of the Greek Nobility under Ottoman Rule, 1683-1821.
British India and the Search for a Naval Base in the Straits of Malacca, 1786-1819.
The Foreign Office and the Elite Press: Sir Edward Grey, Sir Charles Hardinge and the Ententes, 1906-1910.
The école Unique Movement in France: Hope and Disappointment.
Moscow Chekists During the Civil War, 1918 - 1921.
Hoffard, Ronald John
Government Propaganda and the Cromwellian Protectorate, 1653-1658.
Hans Driesch and Vitalism: A Reinterpretation.
Great Britian and Malta during the Napoleonic Wars with Special Reference to the Role of Sir Alexander Ball, 1798-1809.
The Public Career of Thomas Moore.
Health Literature of the Elizabethan Period.
Government, Godwin, and Coleridge: Three Perspectives on Reaction and Reform.
The British Labour Party and Zionism: 1917-1947.
Mill, Spencer and Victorian Liberalism.
Alexander Bogdanov and the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party.
The Influence of the French Revolution on Legal and Judicial Reform.
The Vanishing Unicorn (A Study of Science versus Superstition in Tudor Medicine).
Kilgore, Gary Steven
The Strange Career of a Persistent Whig: A Reconsideration of the Life of William Gannaway Brownlow.
The Non-Revolutionary Nature of the German Social Democratic Party from 1863-1890.
Lichlyter, Teresa Lou
The Mind Made Whole: A Study of Charles Brockden Brown.
Kilby, Peter Barton
The Anglo-Asante War of 1873-1874: A Narrative and Analysis.
Tomorrow's Dream or Yesterday's Nightmare: Politics and the Meaning of Youth in Postrevolutionary Mexico
Creating a Culture of Violence: American Discourses of Rape, Murder and “Mexican-ness” from the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) to Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua (1993-2007).
A Microhistory of Dominican Chaplain Joseph Gallegos: Soliciting Confessor, Mexico City, 1785
Gomez - Garcia, Lidia
Vivir Honrada y Cristianamente. Honor and Power in Seventeenth Century Puebla
Toward a Convivencia: Juan Peron and the Jews of Argentina, 1943-1949.
I, Elena de la Cruz: Heresy, Gender, and Crisis in Mexico City, 1568.
Ideology, Consciousness and International Labour Solidarity Case Study: United States and El Salvador.
Trace of Oil: The Search for the Initiating Factor of the Chaco War.
The American Business Community in Mexico City during the Lazaro Cardenas Administration: An American Island in Mexico City.
"Transnational Turks, Print Media, and U.S. - Turkish Ties, 1919-1952"
Finding Muhammad Qutb: Praising Ghosts Online, a Different Qutbian Legacy and Islamic Revivalism in the Gulf
British Travellers and Egyptian ‘Dancing Girls’ in the Nineteenth Century: Analyzing Imperialism, Gender, and Sexuality in the Politics of Representation
The Sultan-caliph and the Heroes of Liberty: Heroism, Revolution, and the Contestation of Public Persona in the late Ottoman Empire, 1900-1918
A Darker Face: The ANZACs, Empire, and Race in First World War Egypt
Understanding the Mughal Book of War: A Translation and Analysis of Abu'l-Fazl's Preface to the Razmnama
"Allah! Wehdat! Al - Quds Arabiya!": Football, Nationalism and the chants of Palestinian Resistance in Jordan
A Monument of Destiny: Envisioning A Nation's Past, Present, and Future Through Shahyad/Azadi
Identity and Academic Philosophy in the Islamic Republic of Iran: The Case of Reza Davan Ardakani
Narrating Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon: Space, Civil Society and the Social Economy of Refugees
Popular Dancers of Egyptian Cinema: Performing Respectability and Modernity From the Late 1950s to Early 1970s
"Reconceptualizing the Contemporary Ulama: Al-Azhar, Lay Islam, and the Egyptian State in the Late Twentieth Century".
The Development of Pan-Arab Broadcasting Under Authoritarian Regimes - A Comparison of Sawt al-Arab ("Voice of the Arabs") and Al Jazeera News Channel
Contested Representations and the Building of Modern in Egypt: The Architecture of Hassan Fathy
"L'Alliance Israelite Universelle and the Politics of Modern Jewish Education in Baghdad, 1864-1914."
Orientalism in Reverse: Henry Corbin, Iranian Philosophy and the Critique of the West
On the Origins of Arab Monarchy: Political Culture, Historiography, and the Emergence of the Modern Kingdoms of Morocco and Saudi Arabia
Imperialism and Bankruptcy in the Ottoman Empire and Egypt
Real Unions: Arab Labor Unions in British Palestine, 1917-1947.
Peace at Home, Peace Abroad: 'Islamic Reaction' and the Turkish Revolution, 1923-1938.
Continuity and Change in the Selection Process of the Ottoman Grand Viziers, 1368-1789.
Factionalism and the Traditional Palestinian Arab Leadership's Resistance to British Jordanian Political Policy (1920-1967): A Reconsideration.
A Land with a People: The Political Economy of Jerusalem and Nablus in the Nineteenth Century.
Bridging the Dichotomy: Socio-Economic Change and Class Consolidation in Ottoman Beirut and Damascus.
Rizvi, Sayyid Muhammad
Muhibb Al-Din Al-Khatib: A Portrait of a Salafi Arabist (1886-1969).
The British Labour Movement and Israel, 1948-1951.
Rural Rebels and Urban Nationalists in Syria and Palestine 1920-1939: The Rebellions of Sultan al-Atrash and Shaykh Izz al-Din al-Qassam.
Behind the Veil: Islamic Activism and Social Change in Modern Egypt.
From the A'yan to Amir: The Abd al-Karim of the Moroccan Rif, 1900 to 1921.
Inner Circle: Some Aspects of the City of Algiers and Its Role in Pre-Colonial Algeria.
French Policy in Morocco, 1885-1890.
Patterns of Internal Migration and Urbanization in Tunisia: A Contribution to the Social History of the Growth of Modern Tunis.
The Relation between Religion and Nationalism in Early Zionist Thought: A Study in the Prehistory of the State of Israel.
Some Aspects of Induced Development in Egypt under Muhammed Ali Pasha and the dive Ismail.
Centralization and Localism: Aspects of Ottoman Policy in Eastern Anatolia, 1878-1908.
The Young Turk Revolution, July 1908 to April 1909: Its Immediate Effects.
Youth Activism and the Black Freedom Struggle in Lawnside, New Jersey
A Clear and Present Concern: The Radical "New History" of Howard Zinn
Lai, Mei-En (Lisa)
Social Status, the Patriarch and Assembly Balls and the Transformation in Elite Identity in Gilded Age New York
Taking Tea in the Parlour: Middle-Class Formation and Gender Construction in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 1760-1850.
The Desert Blossoms as a Wasteland: An Environmental History of Utah's West Desert
Cultivating soils and souls: the Jesuit garden in the Americas
Bearing the Seeds of Struggle: Freedomways Magazine, Black Leftists, and Continuities in the Freedom Movement
"We will not be forced out again": The Scatter Site Housing Controversy in Forest Hills, Queens and the Reshaping of Public Policy
Dougherty, Joshua, James
Left out in the Cold: The Arrest of W.E.B. Du Bois and the Reaction of the African American Community to the Red Scare
Facing East: African American Internationalism and the Italian Invasion of Ethiopia, 1935
The Liquidation of the O.S.S. and the American Intelligence Debate, 1941-1947
"Moslem's that Old Time Religion": Moorish Science and the Meaning of Islam in 1920s Black Chicago
Henderson, Roderick S.
The Changes in American Communication 1795-1845
Long, Frederick Alexander
"The Kingdom Must Come Soon": The Role of A.L. Kroeber and the Hearst Survey in Shaping California Anthropology
"Let's Get Together": Connections between the Counterculture and the New Left, 1967-1969.
Defending the Last Frontier: Eugenic Thought and Action in the State of California, 1890-1941.
A "Logic" of Conspiracy: The Apocalyptic Worldview of American Antisemitic Propagandists, 1917-1945.
Fighting for a Place: Church of England Activism in Virginia, 1752-1774.
American Common Seamen: Prisoners of War in Britain during the American Revolution.
The New Left Historians and the Historiography of the Cold War.
Postwar Perception of the China Market: A Study of American Business Attitudes.
Individualism, Thoreau, and the American Civil War.