Outputs

Publications, Interviews and Presentations

2022

Sutton, A.A. and Booth, E. ‘Archaeology and Compassion in Schools’, Dying 2 Talk: A Death Conference on a Compassionate Community, University of Bradford and University of Wolverhampton (online), March 2022.

Sutton, A. (2022) The Legend of Loftus Hall, The Feminine Macabre (Volume III), Spook Eats Publishing (USA).

Sutton, A.A. ‘Pathological Bodies: Surveying of British Institutions of the Extent of their Anatomical Wet Specimen Collections (18-19th centuries)’, Poster Presentation, Sheffield Anatomy Society Conference, March 2022.

2021

Sutton, A. ‘The Role of Archaeology on the Dying 2 Talk Project’, Dying to Talk Practitioner Event Conference, University of Bradford, and University of Wolverhampton (Online), December 2021.

Interview on Haunted History Chronicle Podcast (November 2021) -https://www.podpage.com/haunted-history-chronicles/a-journey-in-death-with-aoife-sutton/

King, J., Sutton, A., Weale, M.C., Castells Navarro, L. ‘Alternative Approaches for Teaching Human Osteology to a Visually Impaired Student’, Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage Conference, University of Bradford (Online), November 2021.  

Sutton, A. ‘Anatomical Collections: A unique archaeological resource to comment on inequalities surrounding grief in Britain during the 18-19th centuries’, Social Context of Death, Dying, and Disposal Conference (DDD15), Manchester Metropolitan University (remotely), September 2021.

Interview with The Feminine Macabre (2021) – https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=237726661507630

Sutton, A. (2021) The Banshee: The female death omen in Irish heritage, The Feminine Macabre Journal (Volume II), Spook Eats Publishing (USA).

Sutton, A. Keynote ‘Blogging about Death and Dying: Ethics, Limitations and Challenges of the Pathological Bodies Project Blog’, DigiDeath Archaeology Conference, University of Chester (remotely), 28th January 2021.

2020

TAG Fringe Session – Organised by James Walker, Karina Croucher, Caroline Raynor, Aoife Sutton, Micheál Butler & Ophélie Lebrasseur, ‘Coronavirus and Us: Archaeology and the Heritage profession during and after COVID-19’, Fringe TAG 2020, University of Leicester (remotely), 18th December 2020. 

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