Interview with Clyde Snow

Interview with Clyde Snow by Eyal Weizman and Susan Schuppli, in Dublin on 26 May 2011

Since the 1970s, Professor Clyde Snow has been one of the most prominent forensic anthropologists in the world, examining the remains of King Tutamkhamun, the dead from General Custer’s battle at Little Bighorn, and Dr. Josef Megele, among others. Snow pioneered the use of forensic anthropology in investigating war crimes committed by states, and trained many of the founding members of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team, with whom he has worked on cases around the world.