We hope you will join us for the annual Jocelyn Bell Burnell lecture 'The Real World of Forensic Anthropology' with Professor Dame Sue Black.
Sue Black is the UK's leading forensic anthropologist. Her work has ranged from war crimes investigations in Kosovo to single suspicious deaths in the UK and everything in between. She will talk about how her upbringing and an academic career in human anatomy paved the way for a career in this field and how her current research is helping to identify perpetrators of child sexual abuse globally. She says 'it may seem like a dark topic when you work with death every day of your life, but it is surprising just how much humour can be found.
Date: Friday 21 October at 5:30pm
Location: Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium, Mansfield College
Booking: click here
Mansfield Public Talks are free and open to all.