Joining me today is Aoife Sutton a doctoral researcher in archaeological and forensic sciences at the University of Bradford. Her research interests include death and dying, embalming, human remains in museums, and death in archaeology. We discussed a range of topics surrounding death and dying as well as discussing some of the content and body of work found on her website blog and her piece on death omens in The Feminine Macabre Volume II.
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Aoife Sutton is a doctoral researcher in archaeological and forensic sciences at the University of Bradford. Her PhD is funded by the Heritage Consortium and focuses on 18th and 19th anatomical fluid preserved specimens. Her research interests include death and dying, embalming, human remains in museums, and death in archaeology. She also works on the Dying to Talk project (University of Bradford) and runs her blog - Pathological Bodies Project Blog.