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About this Fellow

Quantitative social science methodology; geography of health; social geography

Website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/geography/people/kelvyn-jones/

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Human Quantitative Geography, University of Bristol

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Comparative ethnography of southern Africa; contemporary hunter-gatherers; the history of anthropology; the social anthropology of human origins, especially the co-evolution of language and kinship

Professor Matthew Gandy

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Professor Susanne Küchler

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