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Dr Sarah Johns

Sub-Dean for Admissions, Student Experience, and Employability

Faculty of Social Sciences

 

Sarah is a Senior Lecturer in Evolutionary Anthropology, as well as Sub-Dean for Admissions, Student Experience, and Employability in the Faculty of Social Sciences.

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Article
Myers, S., Burger, O. and Johns, S. (2017). Reply to Hagen and Thornhill. Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health [Online] 2017:24-26. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/emph/eow033.
Myers, S. and Johns, S. (2017). Male infants, risk, and postnatal depression: Evidence supporting the Trivers-Willard hypothesis in a contemporary low-fertility context. PLoS ONE.
Book section
Deter, C. et al. (2017). Chapter 6. Aspects of human osteology. in: Parker-Pearson, M., Richards, M. and Chamberlain, A. eds. The Beaker People: isotopes, mobility and diet in prehistoric Britain. Oxford: Oxbow.
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Contact hsugo@kent.ac.uk for undergraduate administration, fso@kent.ac.uk for Faculty matters & student appeals.

Social Sciences, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NX

Last Updated: 03/09/2015