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Unit of Assessment 17A: Geography, Environmental Studies and Archaeology: Archaeology – University of Reading

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Unit of Assessment 17A: Geography, Environmental Studies and Archaeology: Archaeology

Research from Reading submitted into Archaeology includes work from staff within the Department of Archaeology. Research within the Department is managed through two research groups, scientific archaeology and social archaeology. These provide an interdisciplinary environment for engagement across the investigation of major themes comprising human-environment interactions, human responses to climate change cultural diversity, identity and material culture, agricultural development, diet and food supply, disease, ageing and death, and landscapes of cult and devotion. Research within these themes is guided through both research groups, maximising the strengths of social and scientific approaches that are special to the discipline of Archaeology.

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Category 4 star 3 star 2 star 1 star Unclassified
Research outputs 31.9 43.1 20.8 4.2 0
Research impact 0 86.7 13.3 0 0
Research environment 62.5 37.5 0 0 0

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