Author Archives: Anna Ilona Rajala

About Anna Ilona Rajala

The writer is a physiotherapist currently finishing her PhD thesis on critical theory and physiotherapy with the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, University of Brighton, UK - Kirjoittaja on fysioterapeutti ja filosofian väitöskirjatutkija Brightonissa, Englannissa.

Finding the ‘body’ of Richard III

The remains of Richard III were found under a car park in Leicester in 2012. Since then researchers (often through popular media) have tried to reinstate Richard’s lost glory by busting Tudor myths through scientific evidence. One of the myth busting methods, also seen in … Continue reading

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