Dr. Jessica Dimka is the Co-leader of the Centre for Research on Pandemics & Society at Oslo Metropolitan University in Norway. She chats with Chris and Cara about her work on the associations between behaviors and epidemics in Newfoundland and describes how modeling can be implemented in anthropological research.

Find Dr. Dimka’s most recent publication ““We didn’t get much schooling because we were fishing all the time”: Potential impacts of irregular school attendance on the spread of epidemics” at: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1…02/ajhb.23578

Follow Dr. Dimka on Twitter at @jesdimka or reach out via email at jessicad@oslomet.no

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