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Orphanou, Charlotte-Maria, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura, MOUNTAIN, Harry and CASSELLA, John (2015) The detection and discrimination of human body fluids using ATR FT-IR spectroscopy. Forensic Science International, 252. e10-e16. ISSN 03790738


SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Book Review: Spong Hill IX: Chronology and Synthesis, by Catherine Hills and Sam Lucy. Archaeological Review, 172 (2). p. 479. ISSN 2373-2288

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Book Review: Tyttel’s Halh: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tittleshall, Norfolk, by Penelope Walton Roger. Archaeological Journal, 172 (2). pp. 477-478. ISSN 2373-2288

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) He who has the biggest pyre? Male identity in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Manhood in Anglo-Saxon England Conference, April 2015, University of Manchester.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) An Osteological Analysis and Social Investigation of the Cremation Rite at the Cemeteries of Elsham and Cleatham, North Lincolnshire: PhD Thesis dataset. [Dataset]

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Putting family first: commemorating children in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past 8th Annual International Conference, September 2015, De Paul University, Chicago, Illinois (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) The bare bones: The application of scientific methods to environmental evidence – a case study. In: Guest lecture, September 2015, Northern Kentucky University, Kentucky (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) A time honoured tradition? The effect of social and political change on funerary rites in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Society for Medieval Archaeology Annual Conference,, December 2015, University of Central Lancashire.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) The use of microscopic techniques in cremation studies: A new approach to understanding the social identity of cremation practicing groups from early Anglo-Saxon England. In: The archaeology of cremation: burned human remains in funerary studies. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 151-172. ISBN 9781782978480


TURNER, Jo (2015) Late nineteenth century residential provision for women released from local and convict prisons. In: European Criminology Society conference, september 2015, Porto, Portugal.. (Unpublished)

TURNER, Jo (2015) ‘Louise A. Jackson, with Angela Bartie, Policing youth: Britain, 1945-70. Social History, 40 (4). pp. 562-564. ISSN 0307-1022

TURNER, Jo (2015) 'Rough' women: female perpetrators of common assault, England c.1800-1900. In: Crime and Gender 1600-1900 Comparative Perspectives International Conference, november 2015, University of Leiden, the Netherlands.. (Unpublished)

TURNER, Jo and johnson, Helen (2015) Female Prisoners, Aftercare and Release: Residential Provision and Support in Late Nineteenth-Century England. British Journal of Community Justice, 13 (3). pp. 35-50. ISSN 1475-0279


WILLIAMS, Graham and Bexon, Kimberely (2015) Characterising the fluctuation of microRNA expression throughout a full menstrual cycle. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 5. pp. 264-266. ISSN 1875-1768

WILLIAMS, Graham, Stewart, Leander, Evans, Neil, Bexon, Kimberely and Van der Meer, Dieudonne (2015) Differentiating between monozygotic twins through methylation specific high resolution melt curve analysis. Analytical Biochemistry, 476. pp. 36-39. ISSN 1520-6882

WILLIAMS, Graham and van der Meer, Dieudonné (2015) Performing body fluid identification with microRNAs using capillary electrophoresis. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 5. pp. 592-594. ISSN 18751768

Winlow, Simon, Hall, Steve, TREADWELL, James and Briggs, Daniel (2015) Riots and Political Protest. Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0415730822

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