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Lancaster University Public Lecture Series / Forensic Anthropology in the real world - by Professor Dame Sue Black

Venue: 
Lancaster Townhall, Dalton Square
Performers: 
Professor Dame Sue Black
Organisers: 
Lancaster University Public Events

Event details

From the mass graves in Kosovo to the ravages of the Asian Tsunami and the search for a child missing for nearly 40 years — Professor Dame Sue Black has been at the forefront of investigations that assist the police to locate bodies, identify the deceased, bring perpetrators to justice and closure to families. 

The talk will address some of the extensive range of case work in which Sue has been involved and will focus in particular in areas where her research at Lancaster will be used by police to address the most heinous of all crimes against our most vulnerable in society. 

Date: Monday 10th December 2018

Time : 6.30pm to 8.00pm, doors open at 6pm

Venue: Lancaster Town Hall, Dalton Square, Lancaster

Doors open at 6pm for tea and coffee, and the talk begins at 6.30pm with the opportunity to ask questions afterwards. 

To register for your free tickets, please go to Evenbrite or email public-events@lancaster.ac.uk for more details.

Book signing

Copies of Professor Black's latest book All That Remains: A Life in Death will be available to buy and you will have the oportunity to have it signed by Professor Black after the talk!

About Professor Black

One of the world's leading forensic scientists, Professor Dame Sue Black took up the newly-created post of Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University in August 2018. She leads on developing the University’s embedded culture of working with communities at a local, regional, national and international level.

Sue’s upbeat perspective on life ensures that this public lecture will not only be informative and thought-provoking, but she will also make sure it is entertaining.   Her career requires her to be an engaged communicator whether to the courts, the public, police, or government, and she has extended this to appearances on TV and radio.  It is therefore logical that she is Lancaster University’s first Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement.

 

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