Table of contents for Handbook of forensic anthropology and archaeology / Soren Blau and Douglas Ubelaker, editors.

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CONTENTS
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Chapter 1	Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology: Introduction to a Broader View
Soren Blau and Douglas Ubelaker
Part 1: History of the Disciplines
Chapter 2	Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology, Past and Present: A United Kingdom Perspective
Margaret Cox
Chapter 3	Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology: Perspectives from Italy
		Cristina Cattaneo
Chapter 4	Forensic Anthropology: Perspectives from France
		Eric Baccino
Chapter 5	A History of Forensic Anthropology in Spain
		Jose Prieto
Chapter 6	The Application of Forensic Anthropology to the Investigation of Cases of Political Violence: Perspectives from South America
Luis Fondebrider
Chapter 7	Historical Development of Forensic Anthropology: Perspectives from the United States
Douglas Ubelaker
Chapter 8	Forensic Anthropology: Canadian Content and Contributions
Mark Skinner and Kristina Bowie
Chapter 9	The Development and Current State of Forensic Anthropology: An Australian Perspective
Denise Donlon
Chapter 10	Historical Perspectives on Forensic Anthropology in Indonesia
Etty Indriati
Part 2: Forensic Archaeology
Chapter 11	Excavation and Recovery in Forensic Archaeological Investigations
Paul N. Cheetham and Ian Hanson 
Chapter 12	The Search for and Detection of Human Remains
Thomas D. Holland and Samuel V. Connell
Part 3: Forensic Anthropology
Chapter 13	Differentiating Human from Non-Human Skeletal Remains
Dawn Mulhern
Chapter 14	Dating of Anthropological Skeletal Remains of Forensic Interest
Shari Forbes and Kimberly Nugent
Chapter 15	Analysis of Commingled Human Remains
John Byrd and Brad Adams
Chapter 16	The Assessment of Ancestry
Norman Sauer and Jane Wankmiller
Chapter 17	Anthropological Estimation of Sex
Valeria Silva Braz
Chapter 18	Skeletal Age Estimation
Tracy Rogers
Chapter 19	Histological Age Estimation
Christian Crowder
Chapter 20	Stature Estimation
P. Willey
Chapter 21	Antemortem Trauma
Eugenia Cunha and João Pinheiro 
Chapter 22	Peri-mortem trauma
Louise Loe
Chapter 23	Forensic Taphonomy
		Stephen P. Nawrocki
Chapter 24	Burned Human Remains
Tim Thompson
Chapter 25	Craniofacial Identification: Techniques of Facial Approximation and Craniofacial Superimposition
Carl Stephan
Chapter 26	Biomolecular Applications
Lori Baker
Chapter 27	Forensic Odontology
John Clement
Part 4: The Crime and Disaster Scene: Case Studies in Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology
Chapter 28	Domestic Homicide Investigations: United States
Dawnie Steadman, William Basler, Michael J. Hochrein, Dennis Klein, and Julia Goodin
Chapter 29	Domestic Homicide Investigations in the United Kingdom
John Hunter
Chapter 30	Forensic Anthropology in Disaster Response
Paul S. Sledzik
Chapter 31	Medicolegal Investigations of Atrocities Committed During the Solomon Islands "Ethnic Tensions"
Melanie Archer and Malcolm Dodd
Chapter 32	Disaster Anthropology: Tsunami
Sue Black
Chapter 33	The Role of the Anthropologist in Disaster Victim Identification: The Bali Incidents 2002 and 2004 Bali Bombing
Chris Briggs and Alanah Buck
Chapter 34	Dealing with the Remains of Conflict: An International Response to Crimes against Humanity, Forensic Recovery, Identification and Repatriation in the Former Yugoslavia
Jon Sterenberg
Chapter 35	Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology in Guatemala: Investigation 					Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
Ambika Flavel and Caroline Barker
Chapter 36	Grave challenges in Iraq
Derek Congram and Jon Sterenberg
Part 5: The Professional Forensic Archaeologist and Forensic Anthropologist
Chapter 37	More than just Bare Bones: Ethical Considerations for Forensic Anthropologists
Soren Blau
Chapter 38	How to do Forensic Archaeology under the Auspices of the United Nations and Other Large Organizations 
Richard Wright and Ian Hanson
Chapter 39	Contribution of Quantitative Methods in Forensic Anthropology: A New Era
Ann Ross and Erin Kimmerle
Chapter 40	The Expert Witness and the Court of Law
Maciej Henneberg
Chapter 41	Legal Aspects of Identification
David Ranson
Chapter 42	Conclusion: Global Perspectives on Issues in Forensic Anthropology
Douglas H. Ubelaker and Soren Blau
Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Forensic anthropology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Forensic anthropology -- Case studies.