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The Captivating and Curious Careers of Anthropology: Katharine Pope: Forensic Anthropology

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“Death doesn't happen nine to five, Monday through Friday. It happens all of the time.”
Katharine Pope is a death investigator and a forensic anthropologist with the State of Delaware's Division of Forensic Science. In determining the cause and manner of death, it is her job to ask the right questions, changing the tone and language to accommodate everyone from law enforcement officials to family members to doctors. “The good thing about an anthropology degree is that it provides you with a broad overview of human behavior. I do this job because it's respectful to the person and their family and helps provide the closure they need.”