Xanthé Mallett

Xanthé Mallett

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Xanthé Mallett

A forensic anthropologist and criminologist, Xanthé established a criminology course at the University of Newcastle where she is a senior lecturer and has been involved in a range of media crime programs in Britain and Australia. Author of Mothers Who Murder, she specialises in identification using DNA and craniofacial biometrics. She has appeared as an expert on several Australian true crime TV programs, most recently on Channel 9’s Murder, Lies and Alibis

 

APPEARING AT: Blood and blowflies: Forensics 101

WITH: Ava Benny-Morrison, Duncan McNab and Denis Tracey (facilitator)

DATE: Friday 6 September

TIME: 10.00 -10.55

VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium 

 

APPEARING AT: Who Remembers the Victims?

WITH: Duncan McNab, Tim Watson Munro

DATE: Sunday 8 September

TIME: 10.00-10.55

VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium

 

APPEARING AT: The great crime debate: Is fact stranger than fiction?

WITH:  Duncan McNab, Candice Fox, Michael Robotham and Laurie Oakes (facilitator)

DATE: Sunday 8 September

TIME: 2.30-4

VENUE: Pitt Street Uniting Church