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All are welcome to join us for the latest #LucyInLockdown and Connections talk with Osteoarchaeologist Dr Corinne Duhig.

About Corinne

Dr Corinne Duhig teaches in the Department of Archaeology and the Institute of Continuing Education at Cambridge. Her specialism is the study of human remains, and her main, although not exclusive, focus is ancient Egypt. Corinne is a Senior Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and a College Research Associate and Director of Studies in Archaeology at Lucy Cavendish and Wolfson Colleges. She runs the osteoarchaeology and funerary-archaeology consultancy Gone to Earth and worked for many years in forensic archaeology and anthropology.

Corinne's research interests are primarily the interpretation of burial practices and the superimposed effects of taphonomy (post-mortem effects that transform the body), the trauma of interpersonal violence, and physiological stress indicators.

Please register to receive instructions for joining the event using Zoom. This event is free and open to all.

 

 

 

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Connections

 

You can access previous Lucy in Lockdown talks on our Youtube page.

Virtual event - Zoom (Register to receive joining instructions)