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    • Confession and intimacy in England, 1851-1913 

      Morris, George
      This thesis examines the history of confession as an intimate practice in England through four microhistorical case studies. In the introduction, I briefly outline a broad history of confession and trace the outline of ...
    • The Making of Pretoria as the Citadel of Apartheid, 1948-73 

      Van Wyk, Johannes
      When the Reunited National Party won the general election in South Africa on 26 May 1948 it set into motion a series of events which would fundamentally reshape the social and economic configuration of the country. These ...
    • Anglicanism, the Mau Mau Conflict, and Decolonisation in Kenya, 1952 - 1963 

      Bailey, Thomas
      This study of Anglicanism, the Mau Mau conflict, and decolonisation in Kenya advances the limited literature on Christianity during the late imperial period in East Africa. Using new Christian and government sources, I ...
    • The Rise and Fall of Organised Political Freethought, 1870-1880 

      Trainor, Dermot
      This thesis charts the rise and fall of organised political freethought from 1870 to 1880, and in so doing seeks to revise the historiographies on radical movements during the era of Reconstruction. In particular, the ...