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Alhajimohammed, Mervat (2020) The Role of Learner-Generated Materials in an Online EFL Context: An Exploration of the Links between Emotions, L2 Motivation, Learner Autonomy and Emotional Intelligence. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Bulford Welch, Ellen (2020) The Figure of the Gothic Author in Nineteenth-Century America. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Crowther, Tamsin (2020) (RE)PRESENTING THE BRONTËS: A STUDY OF FEMALE REPRESENTATION THROUGH MIRRORS, WINDOWS, AND PAINTINGS IN FIVE BRONTË NOVELS. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hannington, Jessica (2020) 'Only Woody Allen Gets To Do That?': The Influence of Annie Hall on Contemporary American Cinema. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hauken, Kristian Magnus (2020) What do we talk about when we talk about prestige? An examination of conceptions of national prestige in Japanese parliamentary discourse. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hu, Jingbo (2020) Reasons-responsiveness, action and control: an event-causal account of agency. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Kang, Noha (2020) The Role of Landscape in Catalogue d'Oiseaux by Olivier Messiaen. MPhil thesis, University of Sheffield.

Keenan, Greg (2020) Lost Homes: Film Noir, Nostalgia, and Fascination, 1940 – 1950. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Kwon, Euy Suk (2020) Pawn on a Chessboard: Anglo-Korean Relations in the Period of the Korean Empire, 1895-1905. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Li, Shen (2020) An Embodied Perspective on Piano Timbre: Conceptualisation and Communication in Performance and Educational Context. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Moss, Hannah ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0118-8124 (2020) Sister artists: the artist heroine in British women's writing, 1760-1830. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Mytton, Rebecca (2020) Revolutionary Masculinities in the IRA, 1916-1923. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Wallace, Hannah (2020) Servants and the Country Estate: Community, Conflict and Change at Chatsworth, 1712-1811. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

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