Julian O'Dea I'm Julian O'Dea (Julian is a boy's name). I have posted numerous times on Anthro-L, finding it one of the best lists I have ever been on. I am trained as a biologist and have a Ph.D. in physiology. I am a Departmental Visitor at the Australian National University, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, but I make my living working for the Australian Government; in science policy at present. I have published formally on: animal welfare policy, neurology of a New Testament miracle account, red cell biochemistry, mammalian physiology, insectan sensory behaviour, ultraviolet light levels in rainforest, & human biology; my latest paper, on the sociology of "deviant" religious practice, should appear soon. This is co- authored. I write book reviews occasionally for a Catholic paper. I have written a couple of press articles, including one on children's confectionery, in the ironic style I enjoy using.
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