Student Research for module:A329 The making of Welsh history

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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.

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Chapman, Kimberley (2021). The Welsh Revival of 1904-05: To what extent did it influence mining communities? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Cresswell, Samantha (2021). Resistance to the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834 in North Wales 1834-1865: A Means of Preserving Society and Culture. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Cochrane, Emma (2020). Identity and Community: The Welsh in Liverpool c. 1850-1900. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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De-Winton, Molly (2021). Rebeccaism and Gender: A study in-to the significance of females and the feminine in the Rebecca riots 1839-1844. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Denby, Louise (2021). ‘A world turned upside down’ To what extent were women the scapegoats for moral decline in wartime Wales 1939-45? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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Egan, Oliver (2021). Why was Wales relatively unaffected by the Viking expansion in the British Isles? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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Gordon-Clarke, Fiona (2023). ‘Women, drink and sin’: Female philanthropy in Victorian and Edwardian Llandudno. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Glover, Catherine (2021). The impact of the Denbigh Asylum on the welfare of mentally ill paupers in nineteenth-century North Wales. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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Harper, Nicola (2021). A South Wales Ferment: To what extent and why were Spiritualism and Socialism linked in South Wales, 1900-1930? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Harman, Rachael (2021). Griffith Jones - Wales’s First Evangelical? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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Jenkins, John (2023). The Cardiff Bay Development Corporation (1987-2000). Regeneration- success or failure? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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Kardan, George (2023). ‘A Folk of Strange Origin and Customs’- To What Extent Did Medieval Flemish Settlers Impact Wales and its Culture? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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.

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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.

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McKay-Smith, William (2022). The Anglo-Welsh Relationship, c.1140–c.1280: A Reappraisal. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Morgan, Charles (2022). Abertillery: a case of urbanisation in the south Wales coalfield. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Manley, John (2021). Owain Glyn Dŵr: How a medieval rebel became the national symbol of modern Wales. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Macbeth, Nicola (2021). Mental Health Care in North Wales, 1840 – 1900. How did Wales Respond to the Age of the Asylum? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

McNally, Eryl (2021). The Making of Jim Griffiths M.P. – ‘One of the greatest sons of Wales’. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Montgomerie, Rosemary (2021). Was the birth of the Welsh teenager between 1950-1970? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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Purnell, Paul (2021). Civic planning and leadership in Cardigan,1845-65: strategic vision, social responsibility and self interest. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Parris, Leah (2021). Robert Owen’s Welsh Influence on the Scottish Industrial Community of New Lanark (1800 – 1825). Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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.

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Richards, Josephine (2022). Opening the Tin: Women in the South Wales Tinplate Industry c.1880s-1940s. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Rogers, Andrea (2020). ‘Struggle or Starve’: life in the South Wales Coalfield for working-class women c1900-1939. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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Sampson, Henry (2023). Profit before people: did the 1894 Albion colliery disaster influence UK government policy in coal mining? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Seery, Michael (2023). What was the extent of socio-economic and cultural integration of Welsh people in Ireland in 1901? Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

Stoker, Daniel (2022). ‘For Wales, see England’: An investigation into the lack of a Welsh international cricket team. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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Twigg, Bethany (2021). To Be A Wits: An Exploration of Witchcraft and Gender in Early Modern Wales. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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Wragg, Simon (2023). The anatomy of a navvy community: Blaen-y-Cwm, the Grwyne Fawr reservoir and its builders, 1912-1928. Student dissertation for The Open University module A329 The making of Welsh history.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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