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EVENT: Dr. Tim Thompson: The importance of the image in forensic and crime scene scien
The Photographers' Gallery Series : 15th Febuary 2011 19:00
Dr. Tim Thompson: The importance of the image in forensic and crime scene science

This year-long Writing Photography series investigates different approaches, both creative and academic, to writing about photography.

Drawing on examples, this talk discusses the role the photograph plays in defining forensic science; the influence it can have in the application of justice; and the impact of forensic images in the media.
This talk hopes to provide an interesting exploration of this under-discussed area of the medico-legal context.
Dr Tim Thompson is Senior Lecturer in Crime Scene Science in the School of Science & Engineering, Teesside University. Thompson has published and edited peer-reviewed journals and books on a range of subjects. He is a practicing forensic anthropologist who has worked at home and abroad in a variety of forensic contexts.
£5.00/ £3.50 concessions. Find out more and book tickets here.
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