On this weeks episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Sharon DeWitte who is a Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Anthropology. Much of her work focuses on variation in mortality risks before and after the medieval Black Death as well as demographic implications of the Black Death and its relation to skeletal indicators of puberty. You can find her website here: www.sc.edu/study/colleges_scho…/dewitte_sharon.php and you can follow her on Twitter @SharonDeWitte

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