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Hikma Office Hours with Bess Doyle

Research with Purpose

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Elizabeth (Bess) Doyle about building pathways for scholarship in new contexts

The first 20 people to register for this event will receive an invite to our Zoom room so that they can participate in the dialogue.

Event Details

Date: Monday, December 14, 2021

Time: 11am-12pm Pacific (2pm-3pm Eastern)

Access details will be shared with registered participants shortly before the event.

What are Hikma Office Hours?

Hikma Office Hours are conversations with changemakers across contexts about how ideas take shape, travel, and thrive.

Participation in these events is limited to facilitate dialogue between guest experts and attendees.

About Dr. Bess Doyle

Dr. Elizabeth (Bess) Doyle is an omnivorous anthropologist with research interests in medicolegal applied anthropology, social and economic determinants of health and disease, ethics, and critical quantitative approaches in anthropology. Trained in field archaeology, hunter-gatherer bioarchaeology, and human biology, her current work is strongly influenced by two years in practice as a Coroner for the Province of British Columbia. She is especially interested in how structural violence is reproduced in law and governance, and its effects on health and well-being in the general population - especially with respect to policy and practices relating to housing, health care, law enforcement, migration, and identification. In the applied sphere, she is engaged with forensic practice, training, and cross-cultural perspectives on death, dying, and care of the dead. Dr. Doyle is an Assistant Professor and CLA at McMaster University.