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2019

Beatson, Siobhan (2019). The White Rose and the Red Dragon: An Analysis of the Jacobite Support in Wales 1688-1746. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Beckingham, Lesley (2019). The fork-tongued dragon: how and why did The Society for the Utilisation of the Welsh Language contribute to a bilingual education policy in the late nineteenth century? A study of the concepts of language agency and linguistic capital in the Victorian era. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Chandler, Martine (2019). The Welsh were 'extremely resistant to an English imposition'. How distinctive was pauper provision in Anglesey and its implementation of 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Dunstan, Frank (2019). Cardiff and its Rivals: Why was Cardiff Successful in Becoming the Capital of Wales? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Ellis, Joseph (2019). 'Conjurations, Enchantments and Witchcrafts': To what extent was the execution of Gwen ferch Ellis (1594) a turning point in the Welsh perception of common magic? An exploration of the 'cunning folk' of Wales at the turn of the seventeenth century. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Frampton, Sundas (2019). Re-opening 'The Old Curiosity Shop': To what extent did the Llangollen Eisteddfod of 1858 fulfil the Ioloic vision of Welsh culture? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Gilbert, Malcolm (2019). Evading constraints? 200 years of uncontrolled pollution by the Swansea copper industry. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Hebden, Colin (2019). The Llanerch Colliery Disaster, February 1890: Why was the adoption of safety lamps delayed in south Wales collieries? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Jones, Gruffydd (2019). The Incredible Adventures of Betsi Cadwaladr: 'Welsh Florence Nightingale' or 'Munchausen in Petticoats'? An evaluation of The Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis as a historical source. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Kemp, Alison (2019). Land of Song- How Was Welsh Identity Articulated Through Popular Music: 1990-2000. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Munyard, Clare (2019). "Deeds not Words": How significant was the militant suffragettes' campaign in promoting the Suffrage Movement in Wales 1907-1914? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Murphy, Margaret (2019). To what extent can the association between Owain Glyndŵr and the Prophetic Tradition be justified or is it the legacy of Tudor propaganda? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Peach, Deborah (2019). Llangollen: Development of an Embryonic Town c.1850-1914. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Saville, Chris (2019). Did John Ogilby complicitly map a route from Aberystwyth to London as part of clandestine plans for a Catholic invasion of England and Wales, at the behest of Charles II? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Skinner, Mark (2019). Cymru am Byth - By exploring the demand for a Welsh regiment of footguards and the nature of the regiment until 1918, to what extent was the formation of the Welsh Guards in 1915 a manifestation of Welsh national identity? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Startup, Jennifer (2019). The wrong track? Neyland and Milford Haven, a study of two towns in competition for success. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Tonks, Andrew (2019). 'Wages, welfare and arbitration': Were the Penrhyn Quarry workers able to express their agency in response to methods of control exerted by English management and ownership pre-unionisation c. 1842-1874? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Turner, Joan (2019). 'All Men Out and All Men In': What does the relationship between the Taff Vale Railway Company and their workforce indicate about industrial relations within this South Wales railway at the end of the nineteenth century? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Willoughby, Caroline (2019). The execution of William de Braose in 1230 and how it illuminates the thirteenth century Welsh political dynamic. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

2018

Barton, Jamie (2018). Medical Methods & The Transmission of Knowledge in Early Modern Wales: The Lady of Yystumcolwyn's Medical Recipe Book. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Bassett, Sarah (2018). The Stepney and Chambers Families of Llanelly House: Exploring the 'Cultivation of Identity' of the Old and New Squirearchy in the Llanelli Landscape, Circa 1706-1855. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Bridle, Kelly (2018). The Welsh seaside resort: growth in population, trade and an emerging tourism industry in the nineteenth-century, c. 1841-1891. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Brodie, Pauline (2018). To what extent was Catholicism in Wales still prevalent during the Reformation period, from its inception in 1536 to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605? A discussion relating to families and martyrs. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Evans, Sian (2018). "A pick in one hand and a spade in the other". To what extent was life in a Carmarthenshire mining area different from one in Glamorgan between 1880 and 1914? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Harward, Rodney (2018). What can the historiology of nineteenth-century Welsh national identity learn from the life of Doctor William Price (1800-1893) and others yet unrecorded? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Howells, Gareth (2018). 'A star-spangled dragon': What was the immediate effect of the McKinley Tariff on the South Wales tinplate industry: 1880-1895? A reassessment of Welsh production and foreign protectionism. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Kniveton, Mark (2018). The impact of medieval fortifications in North Wales throughout the Wars of the three Kingdoms. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Lewis, Ruth (2018). 'Poor Taffy' - Satirical Print of the Welsh during the English Civil War. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Macdonald, Ellie (2018). "A Slave to the Home": Female Labour and Mortality in the Rhondda; 1881 - 1911. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Owen, Lucinda (2018). How significant was the experience of living in rural North Wales in shaping a Welsh identity in the period 1841-1911? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Owsley, Natalie (2018). Did Welsh noblewomen have the ability to act independently in a medieval Welsh patriarchal society? A thematic study of agency in 13th century Wales. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Perkins, Brian (2018). To what extent was the rebellion of 1400 a rebellion of Glyndŵr and the uchelwyr? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Townsley, Oliver (2018). Owain Glyndŵr and the Franco-Welsh alliance, 1405-1406 - a reappraisal. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Watkins, Andrew (2018). Barry on the frontline: To what extent did the civilians of a Welsh town participate in the total war effort of the Second World war? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Watterson, Rebecca (2018). How distinct was the development of County Asylums in Nineteenth Century Wales? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Weed, Clive (2018). What is a Welshman? Nationalism and R. S. Thomas. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

Wise, Colin (2018). 'Calon wrth Galon': The Bristol Cambrian Society. A Window on Welsh Migrant Identity: 1869 to 1935. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history. file

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