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Challis, DJ; (2015) The Petrie Museum of 'Race' Archaeology? Think Pieces: A Journal of the Joint Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies , 1 pp. 34-43. Green open access
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Chatterjee, HJ; Hannan, L; (2015) Object-Based Learning in Higher Education. [Book]. Ashgate: Farnham.

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Hannan, L; (2015) Neighbourhoods of Knowledge: The intellectual life history of Anglo-Saxon scholar and school mistress, Elizabeth Elstob (1683-1756). In: Bartram, C, (ed.) Book Culture in Provincial Society: Authors, Readers and Communities in Kent c. 1400-1700. Ashgate: Farnham.

Hannan, L; (2015) Women’s Letters: Eighteenth-century letter-writing and the life of the mind. In: Greig, H and Hamlett, J and Hannan, L, (eds.) Gender and Material Culture in Britain since 1600. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.

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Kador, T; Fibiger, L; Cooney, G; Fullagar, P; (2015) Movement and diet in early Irish prehistory : first evidence from multi-isotope analysis. Journal of Irish Archaeology , 23 pp. 83-96.

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Morse, N; Thomson, LJM; Brown, Z; Chatterjee, HJ; (2015) Effects of creative museum outreach sessions on measures of confidence, sociability and well-being for mental health and addiction recovery service-users. Arts & Health , 7 (3) pp. 231-246. 10.1080/17533015.2015.1061570. Green open access
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Stevenson, AE; Libonati, E; (2015) Artefacts of Excavation. Egyptian Archaeology: The Bulletin of the Egypt Exploration Society , 46 pp. 27-29. Green open access
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Triantaphyllou, S; Nikita, E; Kador, T; (2015) Exploring Mobility Patterns and Biological Affinities in the Southern Aegean: First Insights from Early Bronze Age Eastern Crete. Annual of the British School at Athens , 110 pp. 3-25. 10.1017/S0068245415000064.

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