Podcast: Using forensic anthropology to solve crimes

Listen to forensic anthropologist Sue Black share examples of her breakthrough work on real-life events in the field of forensic anthropology,

Listen time: 1:16:33
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This episode is about forensic anthropology. Please be aware that due to the nature of the topic, this talk includes discussions of violence, child sexual abuse, death by suicide and mass-fatality events, which some listeners may find disturbing.

This month, we hear from Sue Black, a forensic anthropologist who has led teams across the world to identify the victims and perpetrators of various conflicts and cases. Sue shares examples of her breakthrough work on real-life events, and examines how our life’s history is written into our anatomy.