Previous research on Chelsea Old Church
Cowie, R., Bekvalac, J. and Kausmally, T. 2008. Late 17th- to 19th-century burial and earlier occupation at All Saints, Chelsea Old Church, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. London, Archaeology Studies Series, Museum of London Archaeology Service.
Bekvalac, J. and Kausmally, T. 2007. A history in Bones. Chelsea Society History Magazine.
Cowie, R. 2002. 2-4 Old Church Street Chelsea, SW3, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea: A post excavation assessment and updated project design. Unpubl. MoL report.
Cowie, R. and White, W. 2001.Old Church Street, Chelsea: Initial documentary assessement concerning named individuals and their relevance in human osteological studies. Unpubl MoL report.
New Scientist. 17 September 2005. Age: A historical bone of contention. P13.
Buckley, C .2005. A matter of evolutionary life and death: An ecological model of growth and development in Homo Erectus. University of Southampton, PhD.
Buckberry, J. and Bosiljcic, J. 2006. The reliability of the auricular surface ageing and the influence of auricular surface shape on the age related changes. University of Bradford.
Clark, A. 2007 Investigating the effects of secular change on metric sexing techniques in British skeletal populations. University of Bradford, MSc.
Cross, A. 2006. Morphological modifications of the vertebrae, ribs and pelvis that may be linked to wearing corsets. University of Bradford, MSc.
Ives, R. 2006. Metabolic bone disease and cortical bone dynamics in post-Medieval urban collections. University of Birmingham, Insitute of Archaeology and Antiquity, PhD.
Piyaratna, M. 2007. The relationship between spondylolysis, spina bifida occulta and transitional vertebrae: a case-referent study of archaeological human skeletal remains. Institute of Archaeology, UCL, MSc.
Rando, C. 2007. Temporomandibular joint disorders and dental attrition in medieval and post-medieval British assemblages. Institute of Archaeology, UCL, MSc.
Scott, I. 2006. Sexual dimorphism of the superior mandibular ramus. University of Bradford, MSc.
Storm, R. 2009. A biometrical study of fluctuation asymmetry to assess health and social status. University of Bradford, PhD.
Trickett, M. 2004. Staple isotope analysis (Carbon, Nitrogen, Strontium, Oxygen and lead isotope analyses) of the named individuals of Old Church Street, Chelsea and Redcross way, Southwark. University of Durham, PhD research.