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Richard A. Bradley

Professor

University of Reading

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University of Reading

London Road

Reading, Berkshire,RG1 5AQ

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics Research Unit (VEERU) was established in 1977 in the Department of Agriculture at The University of Reading . In addition to the core activities of training and research in veterinary epidemiology and livestock economi...more

Background Information

Employment History

American Arachnological Society


Professor of Philosophy

London School of Economics


Professor

Black and Minority Ethnic


Lecturer

University of Sydney


Affiliations

The Ohio State University

Associate Professor, Emeritus


British Academy

Fellow


Society of Antiquaries of London

Fellow


Delaware County Bird Club

Member


Worthington Historical Society

Member of 7 Board


Education

Department of Evolution , Ecology and Organismal Biology

The Ohio State University


economics , politics and sociology

University of Witwatersrand


BA


MSc

Social Philosophy

London School of Economics


Masters

Archaeology

Institute of Archaeology


PhD

Reading University


PhD

University of New Mexico


degree

History

Aberdeen


Web References(188 Total References)


News for staff - University of Reading

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Professor Richard Bradley
Reminder: vote for Professor Richard Bradley as Archaeologist of the Year - 30/01/2017 Development courses for BAME staff Development Opportunities for Black and Minority Ethnic staff - 26/01/2017 Professor Richard Bradley Professor Richard Bradley nominated for Archaeologist of the Year - 20/12/2016


People articles - News for staff - University of Reading

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Professor Richard Bradley


Staff at Archaeology - University of Reading

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Professor Richard Bradley
Professor in Archaeology + 44 (0)118 378 8130 r.j.bradley@reading.ac.uk


Archaeology: Hidden treasure - Grey Literature

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But when Richard Bradley set out to write a new prehistory of Britain in 2004, he unearthed his most important finds while wearing sandals and a sweater rather than work boots and a hard hat.
Bradley is one of a growing number of academics in the United Kingdom who are doing their digging in the masses of unpublished 'grey literature' generated when commercial archaeologists are brought in to excavate before any sort of construction. [ATTACH=CONFIG]522[/ATTACH] Bradley, a professor at the University of Reading, travelled around the country, visiting the offices of contract archaeological teams and local planning officials. There, he unearthed dozens of reports showing that settlements in England had remained strong during the Bronze Age and had not suffered a population crash, as academics had long thought. "I became aware that what I was teaching would be out of date without looking at the grey literature," says Bradley. I don't have anything to say directly on this subject other than - I like Richard Bradley and always enjoy his books. I think he raises a genuine issue that commercial and academic archaeologists would be amiss to dismiss out of hand.


Europa Conference and AGM | Events | The Prehistoric Society

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Features the talk ' Houses of commons, houses of lords: domestic dwellings and monumental architecture in prehistoric Europe' by Richard Bradley (University of Reading)


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