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CONTENTS List of Illustrations 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 About the Authors
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Forensic anthropology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Forensic anthropology -- Case studies.