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Most recent additions to the collection
- Norat, Aaliyah (2021) Haematoxylin and eosin staining of spermatozoa ingested by Calliphora vomitoria in a simulated fatal sexual assault. (unpublished BSc dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth
- Underwood, Tom (2020) Provincial anarchy: the limits of state authority in the governance of Hampshire’s piratical coastal communities, 1558 – 1603. (unpublished BA dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth
- Watts, Kathryn Caygill (2020) Demonisation and appropriation: transitions of Scotland Post-Culloden, 1746-1784. (unpublished BA dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth
- Garland, Peter (2019) The Ionosphere: undermining Britain’s imperial power wireless and its impact on geopolitics and naval operations (1919-1945). (unpublished MA dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth
- Cox, Phoebe (2020) Exploring communication between crime scene investigators and victims/witnesses at a crime scene. (unpublished BSc dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth