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  • A biocultural approach to identity in the early Anglo-Saxon inhumation and cremation rite

    The construction of identities continues to attract a significant amount of attention in Anglo-Saxon mortuary archaeology, in particular the expression of the life cycle and gender in the inhumation rite. However, the identities of groups who were afforded the cremation ritual have been neglected due to the fragmentary nature of cremated bone and lack of contextual information from early excavations. Nonetheless, the work of Jacqui McKinley has demonstrated that similar osteological methods, ...

    Interrogation: Walsall Handbook

    Professional artist development (PAD)programme designed and delivered by Anna Francis, and commissioned by Longhouse, with the support of the New Art Gallery Walsall. The programme took place in Walsall in 2009, and was based in the New Art Gallery Walsall, where I was artist in residence for a month. The task was to creat a PAD programme for other artists which would look at how the gallery interacts with the public spaces outside the gallery. My project involved developing this programme fo...

    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.

    Development of a novel system to analyse and detect small changes in ECG signals that indicate cardiac disorders

    The analysis of the electrocardiogram as a diagnostic tool is a relatively old field and it is therefore often assumed that the ECG is a simple signal that has been fully explored. However, there remain difficult problems in this field that are being incrementally solved with advances in techniques from the fields of filtering, pattern recognition, and classification, together with the leaps in computational power and memory capacity that have occurred over the last couple of decades. While t...
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