An Evening with Sue Black
May 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm BST£14.95
Professor Dame Sue Black who is based at Lancaster University is one of the world’s leading forensic anthropologists and author of the award winning autobiographical book, “All That Remains”. She is teaming up with St John’s Hospice to host an evening on Tuesday 14 May during the national ‘Dying Matters Week’. Famed for numerous pieces of work Professor Dame Sue Black is one of the world’s leading anatomists and forensic anthropologist. Her expertise has been crucial to many high profile criminal cases such as the War Crimes investigation in Kosovo. She has also worked in Sierra Leone, Grenada and Iraq as well as Thailand for the Thai Tsunami Victim Identification operation. Dame Sue Black is now the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University.
Professor Dame Sue Black will share her experiences with death; from family experiences to using scientific skills and tools to identify victims of crime and mass disasters. Her understanding of the nature of life and respect for the dead will promise a fascinating and uplifting evening that won’t be forgotten.
This ‘Evening with Professor Dame Sue Black’ is a limited-ticket event of £14.95 to include pie and peas.
Proceeds will go towards funding care and treatment in the Hospice and out in the community.