Scattered, Episode 4 – Tales from a Forensic Anthropologist

Ever wanted to know what it was like to actually BE a Forensic Anthropologist?

Pamela Mayne Correia is one. She has 30 years’ experience in forensic anthropology.

In this podcast episode, we talk about the evolving role of the Forensic Anthropologist, and previous and possible future challenges. We also talk about the ethics of using human remains in research and teaching, and the ethics of supplying feedback for applied research in forensics.

Pam is a personal friend and colleague (as you might be able to tell in the interview) and it was a privilege to discuss these topics with her.

Thanks kindly, Pam!

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