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Bromley, Emma (2018). 'Oligarchy', factionalism and urban politics in the borough of Warwick, 1562-1588. University of Birmingham. M.Res.

Paxton, Coralie (2022). A small town and its hinterland: Halesowen in the Early Modern Period. University of Birmingham. M.A.

Barlow, John Howard (2022). Catholicism and anti-Catholicism in Cheshire during the Long Reformation, c.1560 – c.1720. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Brogden, Wendy Elizabeth (2018). Catholicism, community and identity in late Tudor and early Stuart Herefordshire. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Counsell, Fiona Ann (2017). Domestic religion in seventeenth century English Gentry Households. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Keep, Rosemary Isabel (2018). Facing the family: Group portraits and the construction of identity within early modern families. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Nyamapfene, Kingston (2013). Images of godly magistracy in early Stuart England. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

Partridge, Mary (2008). Images of the courtier in Elizabethan England. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Crawley, Elizabeth Grace (2022). Popular religious violence in the English Reformation, 1533-1642. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Wilson, Mark Frederick (2014). Protestant polemic in the 1570s: Elizabethan responses to the Northern Rising, the Papal Bull and the Massacre of St Bartholomew’s Day. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

Thomas, Denise (2011). Religious polemic, print culture and pastoral ministry: Thomas Hall B.D. (1610-1665) and the promotion of Presbyterian orthodoxy in the English Revolution. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Forward, Nicholas Robert Charles (2012). The arrest and trial of Archbishop William Laud. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

Appleton, Stephanie Jane (2017). Women and wills in early modern England: the community of Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1537-1649. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Francis, Jill (2011). ‘A ffitt place for any Gentleman’? gardens, gardeners and gardening in England and Wales, c. 1560- 1660. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

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