About Me

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You can email me at lee.raye(at)gmx.co.uk.

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Short Bio

Lee is a researcher in the U.K. looking at how Britain’s wildlife was exploited throughout the medieval period. You can find an up-to-date list of Lee’s academic publications on Academia.edu.

Lee has degrees from the Universities of Aberdeen and Oxford and is currently pursuing a PhD at Cardiff University. The species of interest are the medieval lynx (L. lynx), crane (G. grus), beaver (C. fiber) and whale (E. glacialis, E. robustus) in historical British sources.

 

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Text content on this site is © Lee Raye unless stated otherwise. Pictures are usually public domain or freely available under a Creative Commons license.

Researchers and Students: This blog is written following some scholarly conventions, but is intended for a general internet audience. At times it is intentionally provocative, dismissive or experimental.

I am actively involved in researching in this field and some of the points on this blog are original to me. If you use one of those points then you need to put something like this in your List of References:

Raye, L. (DATE OF POST), ‘TITLE OF POST’, Natural History (blog), Available at: https://historyandnature.wordpress.com [Accessed: DATE YOU SAW POST)

After that you also need to add either a footnote (just like the above) or an inline citation (Raye, YEAR OF POST). Put that just after where you have quoted or summarised my idea.

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One response to “About Me

  1. I’ve just found your blog and love the way it brings natural history and the myths of medieval Britain together. I’m looking forward to reading more!

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