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People remember information from two basic sources: that derived from external sources (obtained through perceptual processes) and that generated by internal processes such as reasoning, imagination,… (More)
This short, peer-reviewed article introduces the Middle Welsh 'Dream of Rhonabwy' as evidence that a whale baleen industry existed in thirteenth century Powys.
This paper investigates whether high fantasy worlds can be naturalistic. After a brief introductory analysis of the Lonely Mountain in The Hobbit, discussion turns to The Redemption of Althalus by… (More)
This paper re-examines the evidence for the extinction of the beaver (Castor fiber) in South Britain and Scotland. Much of the evidence found by previous scholars is discounted as unreliable or… (More)
This is a translation of Robert Sibbald's comments on turtles and tortoises (never before translated) and a commentary. It is in blog form.
This paper identifies and examines six peculiarly insular-British features of the imago leonis . These are the absence of the evangelist, a red or gold colour, the frequent absence of wings, an… (More)
Gessner's Historia animalium preserves scholarly opinions from naturalists and humanists from across sixteenth-century Europe. One such view comes from Bonarus of Balice, south-east Poland. Bonarus… (More)
This thesis identifies and discusses historical and literary sources describing four species in the process of reintroduction: lynx (Lynx lynx), large whale (esp. Eubalena glacialis), beaver (Castor… (More)
Scholarship on instructive technologies in higher education has emphasized the use of high-tech facilitative technologies for long-term use, and low-tech props to illustrate single topics. This… (More)