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Chapter 7 Finding the global in the local
Numerous studies describe the genetic make-up of populations living outside Europe and North America. Many of these tackle human genetic variation with the explicit aim of identifying gene variants of medical significance ...
Chapter 9 Protestant place, Protestant props in the plays of Nicholas Grimald
Elisabeth Dutton focuses on how Reformation Protestant writers asserted the historicity of scriptural events. She asks a crucial question: How do the Protestant playwrights manage to create any form of ‘scene’ by which ...
Chapter 12 The partial and the vague as a visual mode in Bronze Age rock art
Studies of rock art normally depart from a classification of type, style and what the motifs represents or depicts. South Scandinavian rock art, however, is often vague, incomplete and fragmentary. In this chapter, it is ...