University of Leicester Stored at 5 Salisbury Road
Centre for Urban History, M.A. & Ph.D 2
History, M.A., MRes & Ph.D 8
European Urbanisation, M.A. 17
Social History, M.A. 17
Urban Conservation, M.A./ M.Sc. 18
Social Change and Resistance, Department of Geography, M.A. 20
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Centre for Urban History, M.A. & Ph.D
Title of thesis
Stoneygate: A Leicester Victorian Suburb 1891 - 1914
Allman, Matthew J.
A Study Relating to the Town Histories Published During the Nineteenth – Century, with Particular Reference to the East Midland County Towns of Leicester and Nottingham
Serb Immigrants in Leicester: The EVW Experience
An Oral History Project
How the Country Threatened the Town: The Urban Implications of Cattle Plague 1865
The Economic and Social Aspects of the London Docklands Society and the New Transport System of the DLR from 1976 to 1991
Bailey, M. L.
Market Harborough in the Early Eighteenth Century
Semi Detached Britain? An Analysis of Social Networks in the Outer Fringe Suburbs of Leicester
Problems and solutions of working class housing in the nineteenth century in Edinburgh and Budapest
Objects of Charity and Pity? Disabled People in Warwickshire, as seen through the Quarter Sessions, c. 1625 – 1622
The success of Les Minimes: Ideal and reality (1971 – 1999)
Rogalski, Stephanie Alexandra
The Presence of the Past in the Development of Post-War Coventry
Root, Denis A.
Control through urban networks: a comparative study of Roman control in Campania and Cisalpine Gaul in the middle and late Republic (338 – 155 BC)
Savage, Timothy Christopher
‘What have we got to pageant about in Leicester?’: Historical Pageants in twentieth-century Britain
Neighbourhood...Religion…Community: The role of religious institutions in the Belgrave area of Leicester, 1965 - 1995
‘The Orgy of Spirit – Drinking’ and London Society 1720 – 1751
Sierra, David De Obregon Y
Musical Life in London and Madrid from the Restoration Until Handel’s Death (1660 – 1757)
Perceptions of Masculinity in the Urban Realm from 1819 to 1851
Smith, Ian R.
Patchwork Expediency or Emergent Planning? An Examination of the Major Themes of Central Redevelopment in Inter – War Coventry
Smith, Janet Lillian
‘Public Responsibilities’ The Entry of Women into Public Life in Leicester 1870 – 1920
Open Spaces for the People. The aims and achievements of Octavia Hill in Nineteenth – Century London
The Queen of English watering places: representations of Scarborough in the late eighteenth and nineteenth century travel guides
Defining Criminality: A Study of late – Victorian Leicester
Teixeira, Manuel C.
The Development of Nineteenth Century Working – Class Housing – The «Ilhas» in Oporto, Portugal
Urbanisation in Pécs in the Early Mid – Nineteenth Century: An Urban Renaissance?
Migration and the growth of Leicester 1700 - 1840
Van Houtven, Stephanie
Contested terrains and negotiated relations: Spatial change and social structure in a late nineteenth century Leicester neighbourhood. The Wyggeston Ward, 1871 – 1901
The Changing Use of Street Names in Coventry and Leicester 1610 – 1890
The Transformation of the Economic Structures and the Persistence of Firms in Leicester 1850 – 1900
Waldon, Katherine Amy
An Analysis of Visual Representations of English Spa and Seaside Resort Towns 1760 to 1840
Lelystad and the Forgotten Master Plan of Cornelis van Eesteren
The Changing Perceptions of the Town of Northampton and the City of Winchester between 1780 and 1850
An Investigation into Town Planning solutions to the “housing crisis” in Birmingham at the beginning of the twentieth century, as articulated by John Nettlefold and demonstrated In the Harborne Tenants Limited scheme.
‘May the Lord Make Us Truly Thankful’ A Comparative Study of the Feeding of Necessitous School Children within the borough of Leicester and Leicestershire 1870 – 1914
Federation of Stoke-on-Trent
Williams, Christopher Andrew
1842: The Dynamic of Urban Disorder. Using a Model of Disorder to Examine Leicester in 1842
Aspects of Working Class Formation: Sheffield, Class, and Space 1840 – 1940
Landlords and Occupiers: Class and Ownership in North Leicester 1878 – 1914