If you have completed or are in the process of completing a relevant masters thesis or doctoral dissertation, please contact us with the relevant send bibliographic information.
The following list of theses and dissertations is based on information supplied by postgraduate students, faculty members and other historians. The list includes theses and dissertations described by their authors as "fully" or "partially" focussed on Boy/Girl Scouting and/or Girl Guiding.
When contacting us, please provide the following information:
- Author’s name.
- Proposed title.
- University and Department.
- Dissertations supervisor’s name.
- Readers/Members of dissertation committee.
- E-mail address and if you wish for it to be published on this page.
- If the title is not in English, please provide an English translation.
"The Girl Guide Movement and Imperial Internationalism in Interwar England, Canada and India"
York University (Toronto)
Ph.D project on the history of Girl Scouting in Sweden from 1910 to 1960. The project focuses on analyzing the construction of femininities and the related notions of identity, normativity and emancipation within the movement."
“Transnationalism, Collective Identity, Training Methods, History of the Movement as reflected in girl-generated documents”
King's College London
“WHITE, BLACK, AND DUSKY”: GIRL GUIDING IN MALAYA, NIGERIA, INDIA, AND AUSTRALIA FROM 1909-1960
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Thesis supervisor’s name. CHRISTINE SKWIOT
Readers/Members of dissertation committee. DENIS GAINTY
sallystanhope (at) mac.com
“Growing up in an Outdoor Classroom: Boy Scouts in the Republic of China, 1912-1949”
Department of Education, East China Normal University, P.R. China
Dissertations supervisor’ name: Professor Chengxian DU
Email: xiaoweiwuecnu (at) gmail.com