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2018

Dobson, Jeremy (2018) Does US foreign policy towards drug-producing states undermine its other foreign policy objectives and interests? MRes thesis, University of Nottingham.

Menzel, Sarah (2018) The politics of cultural appropriation in the contemporary USA. MRes thesis, University of Nottingham.

Murray, Hannah-Rose (2018) “It is time for the slaves to speak:” transatlantic abolitionism and African American activism in Britain 1835-1895. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Newbold, Elliot (2018) At the end of empire: Frank Murphy, Paul V. McNutt, and the American decolonization of the Philippines, 1933-1947. MRes thesis, University of Nottingham.

Pearce, Rosemary (2018) Mobilised emotions: public transportation in the Jim Crow era, 1896-1964. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Silvestri, Francesca (2018) US foreign policy towards India: 1993-2005: a study emphasizing the importance of systematic selection and usage of documentary evidence. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2017

Bishop, Tom (2017) Every home a fortress: the fallout shelter father in Cold War America. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Costaguta, Lorenzo (2017) Which way to emancipation?: race and ethnicity in American socialist thought, 1876-1899. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Wesolowska, Ksenia (2017) The United States and mediation strategies in the Egyptian-Israeli peace process, 1973-1975. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2016

Moody, Kimberly S. (2016) Tramps, trade union travellers, and wandering workers: how geographic mobility undermined organized labour in Gilded Age America. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Qaiwer, Shatha Naiyf (2016) A study of identity construction in political discourse. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2015

Gothelf, Jasmine (2015) Check The Rhime!: Hip Hop as a continuation of the African American protest tradition, from David Walker’s Appeal (1829) to Kendrick Lamar’s “The Blacker the Berry”(2015). MRes thesis, University of Nottingham.

Verhoeven, Bart L. (2015) The rearguard of freedom: the John Birch Society and the development of modern conservatism in the United States, 1958-1968. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2011

Middup, Luke Foster (2011) The legacy of Vietnam and the Powell doctrine: four case studies. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Ng, Sue Peng (2011) Reassuring one's friends: Richard Nixon's China policy and its impact on East and Southeast Asia, 1969-1974. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2009

Sweeting, Theodore Patrick Abraham (2009) Columbia 1968: the New York Intellectuals’ faculty response to the student sit-ins. MA(Res) thesis, University of Nottingham.

Thomson, Matthew Ian Malcolm (2009) Military computer games and the new American militarism: what computer games teach us about war. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2007

Foley, Matthew (2007) Post-colonial transition, aid and the cold war in South-East Asia : Britain, the United States and Burma, 1948-1962. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2002

Bernier, Celeste-Marie (2002) "Dusky powder magazines": the Creole revolt (1841) in nineteenth century American literature. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2001

Yuill, Kevin (2001) An unlikely hero: the origins of affirmative action during the Nixon administration. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

2000

Grainge, Paul (2000) Monochrome memories: nostalgia and style in 1990s America. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

1998

Laville, Helen (1998) "A woman's place is in the Cold War": American women's organizations and international relations 1945-1965. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

1994

Porter, Joy (1994) American Indian identity in the life of Arthur Caswell Parker, 1881-1955. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

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