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Staff academic activity and publications, October 2017

Academic activity and publications by School of History, Classics and Archaeology academic staff for the month of October 2017. (Published 7 November, 2017)

Academic activity and publications, Oct 2017
Top to bottom: Miranda Anderson; Enda Delaney; Louise Jackson; Tanja Romankiewicz; Clive Bonsall; Mirko Canevaro; Elena Kranioti, and Guillaume Robin.

Academic activity

Dr Miranda Anderson, AHRC Research Fellow, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies: Lecture ‘Mind in Literature: Enacting Aristotle’ at the conference, ‘Fiction, Cognition and Interpretation: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aristotle's Poetics’ at University of Navarra, Pamplona.

Professor Enda Delaney, Professor of Modern History and School Director of Research: Paper 'Out of Time: Ireland and Modernity' at the symposium ‘Irish Time: Temporalities in Irish Literature and Culture’, Trinity College Dublin

Professor Louise Jackson, Professor of Modern Social History: Consultant on a contract research project for Her Majesty's Prisons and Probation Service, to undertake a review of the infrastructure of child protection within the juvenile secure estate between 1960 and 2016. The research team includes Dr Lucy Delap (Cambridge), Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe (Cambridge), and Dr Caroline Lanskey (Cambridge). The review is intended to inform the response made by HM Prisons and Probation Service to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, to enhance HMPPS’s own institutional memory, and to suggest avenues for improved practice of child safeguarding.

Professor Louise Jackson, Professor of Modern Social History: Paper 'The challenge of the 1960s and the Home Office's response to social change' at the History & Policy seminar series, Home Office, London.

Dr Tanja Romankiewicz, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow: A two-day workshop on archaeology-inspired modern building at Blue Home Almere (Oosterwold-project, NL). Read more about this project in another news item.

 

Academic publications, October 2017

Bownes, J. M., Ascough, P. L., Cook, G. T., Murray, I., & Bonsall, J. (2017). ‘Using stable isotopes and a Bayesian mixing model (FRUITS) to investigate diet at the Early Neolithic site of Carding Mill Bay, Scotland. Radiocarbon’, 59(5), 1275-1294. DOI: 10.1017/RDC.2017.39

Canevaro, M. (2017). ‘The rule of law as the measure of political legitimacy in the Greek city states.’ Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 9(2), 211-236. DOI: 10.1007/s40803-017-0054-1

Ekizoglu, O., Inci, E., Palabiyik, F. B., Can, I. O., Er, A., Bozdag, M., ... Kranioti, E. F. (2017). ‘Sex estimation in a contemporary Turkish population based on CT scans of the calcaneus’, Forensic Science International, 279, 310.e1-310.e6. DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2017.07.038

Robin, G. (2017). ‘What are bucrania doing in tombs? Art and agency in Neolithic Sardinia and traditional South-East Asia.’ European Journal of Archaeology, 20(4), 603-635. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/eaa.2017.12

Romankiewicz, T. (2017). ‘The line, the void and the current: Iron Age art from a Design Theory Perspective.’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 37(1). DOI: 10.1111/ojoa.12130