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  • Changing with the times: An exploration of shifting attitudes and funerary treatment of children from the Roman to early medieval period in Britain

    Throughout Britain, archaeological cemeteries and settlements are being increasingly subjected to in-depth site analyses. Large scale excavations and subsequent post-excavation work result in large bodies of osteological and artefactual data which, in turn, allow archaeologists to glean an insight into the social identity of past populations. Biocultural studies that specifically focus on the treatment and attitudes towards children living in Romano-Britain (1st-5th century A.D.) and early An...

    Where to put your best foot forward: Psycho-physiological responses to walking in natural and urban environments

    Abstract\ud \ud There is convergent evidence that natural environments allow restoration from stress. This randomised, cross-over, field-based trial compared psychological and physiological responses of unstressed individuals to self-paced 30-min walks in three pleasant environments: residential (urban), natural (green), and natural with water (blue). Changes from baseline (T1) to T2 (end of 30-min walk), and T3 (30 min after leaving environment) were measured in terms of mood, cognitive func...

    Rows, Columns, Collisions

    This piece is an exploration of grid-based instruments for interactive-generative music. Ableton’s Push, Native Instruments Maschine, Novation’s Launchpad and the Monome are used extensively by digital musicians across many genres. Such grids may be used for triggering sounds directly, sequencing, step sequencing, controlling parameters and generative systems involving collisions. In this piece, I wanted to create an instrument that would be able to do all of these. \ud In addition, to tradit...

    Zoo Application of RFIDTechnology: A Case\ud Study of Chiang Mai Zoo, Thailand

    The research aims to build a technology\ud system that improves service and operation for a zoo\ud using RFID application. A problem investigation has\ud been conducted with a case study at Chiang Mai Zoo,\ud Thailand to propose and develop a prototype solution\ud to overcome some practical issues. The proposed\ud framework utilises RFID technology to store data and\ud deal with other information technologies, there are two\ud major subsystems: e-Ticket system and mobile\ud tracking system. A...

    New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare's Medieval Residence.

    Conference Presentation at the British Shakespeare Association Conference marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. This presentation was one of a number of plenary lectures, papers, seminars, workshops, and performances held at this prestigious event. The topic was an evaluation of all the available evidence for the existence, form and development of New Place, focusing on its initial construction by Hugh Clopton and the renovations which Shakespeare was thought to have made.
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