Siân Halcrow

Siân Halcrow researches the lifeways of infant and children from the archaeological past, and the ethics of the study of human remains. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Otago and a mother of two girls.

Society
Jul 18, 2018

Why it's not OK for human skeletal remains to figure in NZ Freemason rituals

Reports that the organisation holds human skull and crossbones are alarming – just because it's ritual, doesn't make it right

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