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Posted on Tuesday 5 April 2016
Workshop held on developing interdisciplinary research in STS
Posted on Tuesday 20 October 2015
Amanda Rees has recently published research relating to the role of the physical anthropologist, H J Fleure, who, based at Aberystwyth University, examined thousands of welsh skulls, their location and forebears to show how place influenced people, and the way that geography affected identity. A report on her work appeared in during Welsh History Month (oct 2015): see
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