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University of Exeter

Professor Bruce Bradley


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Professor Bradley's research is currently focused on the Ice Age peopling of the Americas with a recently published book, Across Atlantic Ice, that discusses the evidence for an origin from southwestern Europe. This is a highly controversial theory in academic circles and has recently been widely covered in the international media .He has presented invited lectures on this topic in North and South America and throughout western Europe and even polar Siberia! He is also collaborating on the investigation of the development of human cognition (Leverhulme Trust funding) with collegues at UCL and Emory University. His role, along with project director, is teaching flintknapping to a study group whose skill improvement is being monitored and evaluated by a PhD student. This work has recently been included in the BBC 2 documentaly 'Prehistoric Autopsy' and a NOVA Science Now (USA) documentary. Bruce is an excellent lecturer and engages students in classes and. See

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