Professor Judith Littleton from the School of Social Sciences at the University of Auckland talks about her big question, “how are illness and disease created in particular bodies?”

Littleton’s research is based in the field of bioarchaeology. She has lead externally funded research programs in the Middle East and Australia, been part of international research teams in Mongolia and provided human osteology expertise to New Zealand authorities and iwi. She also works in the area of medical anthropology specifically researching tuberculosis and syndemics in New Zealand and the Pacific.

Judith Littleton is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Auckland. She is an expert in biological anthropology.

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