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2014

Bird, Jennifer R B (2014) Thinking through Time in the Middle English Romances. PhD thesis, University of York.

Coulombeau, Sophie (2014) ‘The Knot, that ties them fast together’: Personal proper name change and identity formation in English literature, 1779-1800. PhD thesis, University of York.

Lykou, Paraskevi (2014) Autobiographies: psychoanalysis and the graphic novel. PhD thesis, University of York.

Pett, Sarah (2014) Reading and Writing Chronic Illness, 1990-2012: Ethics and Aesthetics at Work. PhD thesis, University of York.

Springer, Michael (2014) 'Permanent Parabasis': Beckettian irony in the Work of Paul Auster, John Banville and J.M. Coetzee. PhD thesis, University of York.

2013

Castro Santana, Anaclara (2013) Errors and Reconciliations: Marriage in the Plays and Early Novels of Henry Fielding. PhD thesis, University of York.

Fraser, James A (2013) “The Drama of Dedication and Betrayal”: Betrayal in the Life and Works of James Joyce. PhD thesis, University of York.

Madden, Benjamin D. (2013) THE RHETORIC OF THE ORDINARY: MODERNISM AND THE LIMITS OF LITERATURE. PhD thesis, University of York.

Milka, Amy (2013) Reconsidering the Jacobin: Representations of Radicalism in England and France, 1790-1792. PhD thesis, University of York.

Moon, Nick (2013) 'A People's History of England': Print, Authority and the Past in Early Modern English Ballads. PhD thesis, University of York.

Munzer, Andrew (2013) 'Corresponding Territory' - Space in the Poetry and Fiction of Raymond Carver. PhD thesis, University of York.

Pezzarossa, Lucrezia (2013) The ideology of war in early medieval England: three case studies in Anglo-Saxon literature. PhD thesis, University of York.

Scobie, Ruth (2013) The many deaths of Captain Cook: a study in metropolitan mass culture, 1780-1810. PhD thesis, University of York.

Shaw, Sarah R (2013) ‘ABSOLUTE AND LEGITIMATE NECESSITIES’: FEMALE QUAKER READERS IN YORK, C. 1885-1925. PhD thesis, University of York.

Swann, Elizabeth Louise (2013) 'The Apish Art': Taste in Early Modern England. PhD thesis, University of York.

WINSTANLEY , AM (2013) 'First dirty, then make clean': Samuel Beckett's Peristaltic Modernism, 1932-1958. PhD thesis, University of York.

2012

DeGroff, H J (2012) Textual Networks and the Country House: The 3rd Earl of Carlisle at Castle Howard. PhD thesis, University of York.

Ebury, Katherine (2012) 'Absurd Lights: Early Twentieth Century Cosmology and the Modernist Universe. PhD thesis, University of York.

Green, Sarah (2012) 'A secret pleasure in being mastered': Play, Power and the Morality of Art in J. M. Barrie's Sentimental Tommy and Tommy and Grizel. MA by research thesis, University of York.

Hesse, Isabelle (2012) The Outsider Inside: Ideas of Jewishness in Contemporary Jewish, Postcolonial, and Palestinian Literature. PhD thesis, University of York.

Kvistad, Erika (2012) The Point of Agony: Sex and Power in Charlotte Brontë. PhD thesis, University of York.

Missuno, Filip (2012) 'Shadow' and paradoxes of darkness in Old English and Old Norse poetic language. PhD thesis, University of York.

2011

Beaumont, Alexander Iain (2011) Freedom and the city: contemporary British fiction and the cultural politics of disenfranchisement. PhD thesis, University of York.

Eslick, Mark A. (2011) Charles Dickens: Anti-Catholicism and Catholicism. PhD thesis, University of York.

Highman, KB (2011) Forging a New South Africa: Plagiarism and the National Imaginary. PhD thesis, University of York.

Ho, Hannah Ming Yit (2011) Transformative Racial Melancholia: Depathologising Identity in Asian American Women's Contemporary Novels. PhD thesis, University of York.

Levina, Jurate (2011) T. S. Eliot's aesthetics of immediacy: Language and perception in Knowledge and Experience, The Waste Land and Four Quartets. PhD thesis, University of York.

Mayer, Nora (2011) An Edition of the Ipomedon B and C Texts. MPhil thesis, University of York.

Russell, Deborah (2011) Domestic Gothic: Narrating the Nation in Eighteenth-Century British Women's Gothic Fiction. PhD thesis, University of York.

Schaffner, Rebecca E. (2011) Making Scenes: Social Theatre and Modes of Survival in Burney's Performative 'World'. MA by research thesis, University of York.

Singh, Amritesh (2011) Tudor women writers fashioning masculinity. PhD thesis, University of York.

Thomas, Kate Heulwen (2011) The meaning, practice and context of private prayer in late Anglo-Saxon England. PhD thesis, University of York.

2010

Dunleavy, Hannah Victoria (2010) The naked eye: vision and risk in the work of Gerard Manley Hopkins. PhD thesis, University of York.

Johnson, Kurt A (2010) Sir William Jones and Representations of Hinduism in British Poetry, 1784-1812. PhD thesis, University of York.

Jones, Paul (2010) Joyce's open city: Colonialism, style, and the politics of impurity. PhD thesis, University of York.

Lewis, Elinor Spalding (2010) Aboriginal Britain: Ethnological folkloristics and the origin of the nation in the work of Sir George Laurence Gomme, Sir John Rhŷs, and Alfred Nutt. PhD thesis, University of York.

Mackenzie, Hazel (2010) ‘ALLOW ME TO INTRODUCE MYSELF — FIRST, NEGATIVELY’: CHARLES DICKENS, ANTHONY TROLLOPE, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY AND FIRST-PERSON JOURNALISM IN THE 1860S FAMILY MAGAZINE. PhD thesis, University of York.

Martin, Jonathan (2010) Making the Caxton Brand: An Examination of the Role of the Brand Name in Early Modern Publishing. MPhil thesis, University of York.

Miller, Stephanie (2010) Intersecting Axes: Narrative and Culture in Versions of the Lizzie Borden Story (A Performative Approach). PhD thesis, University of York.

Sheena, Sarah (2010) Shakespeare and England's Empire, 1780-1800. PhD thesis, University of York.

Taylor, J.V. (2010) Beyond Difference: History, Affect, and Djuna Barnes's New Modernist Subject. PhD thesis, University of York.

Twidle, Hedley Lewis (2010) Prison and Garden: Cape Town, Natural History and the Literary Imagination. PhD thesis, University of York.

Van Vliet, Jennifer Marie (2010) Progress in the peripheries: improvement and national image in the fictions of Ireland, Scotland and Wales, 1780 - 1830. PhD thesis, University of York.

2009

Kim-McLean, Katherine Mary (2009) Engaging the manuscript: new editions and reading the 'whole book' in Chetham's Library MS 8009. PhD thesis, University of York.

2005

Vizcaya Echano, Marta (2005) Identity and emigration in the works of Julia A�lvarez, Cristina Garci�a, Esmeralda Santiago and Maria Amparo Escando�n. PhD thesis, University of York.

2003

O'Byrne, Alison F (2003) Walking, rambling, and promenading in eighteenth-century London : a literary and cultural history. PhD thesis, University of York.

2002

Evenden, Elizabeth (2002) Patents and patronage : the life and career of John Day, Tudor Printer. PhD thesis, University of York.

1998

Mitchell, Sarah L (1998) A post-conquest English retrospect upon the age of the Anglo-Saxons : a study of the early-middle-English verse chronicle attributed to Robert of Gloucester. PhD thesis, University of York.

1997

Price, Brinley (1997) The language of traffic : colonial slavery and political discourse in the late eighteenth century. PhD thesis, University of York.

1995

Jones, Robert W (1995) The empire of beauty : the competition for judgement in mid eighteenth-century England. PhD thesis, University of York.

1993

Everest-Phillips, Lalage Charlotte Yseult (1993) The patronage of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester : a re-evaluation. PhD thesis, University of York.

Harris, Kate (1993) Ownership and readership : studies in the provenance of the manuscripts of Gower's Confessio Amantis. PhD thesis, University of York.

1987

Rollason, Christopher Richard (1987) The Construction of the Subject in the Short Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe. PhD thesis, University of York.

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