South Wales branch AGM and virtual talk
The online AGM meeting will be followed by a virtual talk delivered by Dr Heather Bonney.
Dr Bonney is the principal curator responsible for the anthropology collections, including human remains, and the senior curator in charge of the anthropology curatorial team at the Natural History Museum in London. She is a practicing forensic anthropologist, specialising in the identification and analysis of human remains in criminal and civil cases. Her many research interests include the analysis of trauma and mechanical properties of human bone. Dr Bonney will provide a fascinating insight into the role of pigs as analogues for human remains in experimental archaeology and forensic anthropology and what should and shouldn't be done with them in this context.
The AGM will take place from 18:30-18:50. This will be followed by a short break, with the lecture starting at 19:00.
Download the agenda
for this year's AGM and the minutes
from the 2020 AGM.
Cost and bookingThis is a free event and advance booking is essential via the link at the top of the page. The Zoom meeting joining link will be circulated to registered guests ahead of the event.