Scattered Episode 11: For the Love

Recent events have caused me to reflect on what brought me to this place of researching and talking about scattered and scavenged remains. In this podcast, you’ll hear about: My anthropological education about translating knowledge between groups Some of my childhood background that caused me to love research and nature How I found anthropology, humanContinue reading “Scattered Episode 11: For the Love”

Scattered Episode 02: A Path to Forensic Archaeology – Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young

Dr. Alexandria Young is a forensic archaeologist. She obtained her PhD with the study entitled, “An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications”, from Bournemouth University in 2013. In this episode we talk about: Alexandria’s journey to doing a PhD on scattered andContinue reading “Scattered Episode 02: A Path to Forensic Archaeology – Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young”