On this week’s episode of The Sausage of Science, we bring you an exciting interview with Dr. Anna Osterholtz who is an Assistant Professor of Bioanthropology at Mississippi State focusing on treatment of the dead and how poetics models can be applied to examine the social role of violence in Croatia and Cyprus. On this episode, she talks with Chris and Cara about her new book entitled “ The Poetics of Processing: Memory Formation, Identity, and the Handling of the Dead” (https://upcolorado.com/university-press-of-colorado/item/3884-the-poetics-of-processing) and ethics of using human remains in research and training in bioarchaeology. She is currently accepting graduate students and you can find out more about her research here: https://www.amec.msstate.edu/directory/ajo163

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