Life, Death & Law

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British Library digitised image from page 44 of "Poets' Wit and Humour. Selected by W. H. W. Illustrated, etc"



In this episode of 'Undisciplinary' (a podcast that talks across the boundaries of history, ethics, and the politics of health) Chris and Courtney talk with Marc Trabsky, author of "Law and the Dead: Technology, Relations and Institutions" about law, death and technology.

They discuss the changing role of the coroner across history, the relationship between record-keeping and legal institutions, and Trabsky's undisciplined approach to socio-legal scholarship.