Handbook of forensic anthropology and archaeology / Soren Blau and Douglas H. Ubelaker, editors.

In order to provide archaeologists and their students with a reliable understanding of these disciplines, this volume draws contributions from practitioners from around the world to offer a solid foundation in both the practical and ethical components of forensic work.

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Uniform Title:World Archaeological Congress research handbooks in archaeology.
Other Authors: Blau, S. (Soren)
Ubelaker, Douglas H.
Language:English
Published: Walnut Creek, Calif. : Left Coast Press, 2008, [©2009]
Series:World Archaeological Congress research handbooks in archaeology.
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Physical Description:534 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Format: Book

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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |g 1.  |t Forensic anthropology and archaeology: introduction to a broader view /  |r Soren Blau and Douglas H. Ubelaker --  |g pt. 1.  |t History of the disciplines. --  |g 2.  |t Forensic anthropology and archaeology: past and present, a United Kingdom perspective /  |r Margaret Cox --  |g 3.  |t Forensic anthropology and archaeology: perspectives from Italy /  |r Cristina Cattaneo --  |g 4.  |t Forensic anthropology: perspectives from France /  |r Eric Baccino --  |g 5.  |t A history of forensic anthropology in Spain /  |r José L. Prieto --  |g 6.  |t The application of forensic anthropology to the investigation of political violence in South America /  |r Luis Fondebrider --  |g 7.  |t Historical development of forensic anthropology: perspectives from the United States /  |r Douglas H. Ubelaker --  |g 8.  |t Forensic anthropology: Canadian content and contributions /  |r Mark Skinner and Kristina Bowie --  |g 9.  |t The development and current state of forensic anthropology: an Australian perspective /  |r Denise Donlon --  |g 10.  |t Historical perspectives on forensic anthropology in Indonesia /  |r Etty Indriati --  |g pt. 2.  |t Forensic archaeology. --  |g 11.  |t The search for and detection of human remains /  |r Thomas D. Holland and Samuel V. Connell --  |g 12.  |t Excavation and recovery in forensic archaeological investigations /  |r Paul N. Cheetham and Ian Hanson --  |g pt. 3.  |t Forensic anthropology. --  |g 13.  |t Differentiating human from non-human skeletal remains /  |r Dawn Mulhern  |g 14.  |t Dating of anthropological skeletal remains of forensic interest /  |r Shari Forbes and Kimberly Nugent --  |g 15.  |t Analysis of commingled human remains /  |r John Byrd and Bradley J. Adams --  |g 16.  |t The assessment of ancestry and the concept of race /  |r Norman J. Sauer and Jane C. Wankmiller --  |g 17.  |t Anthropological estimation of sex /  |r Valeria Silva Braz --  |g 18.  |t Skeletal age estimation /  |r Tracy L. Rogers --  |g 19.  |t Histological age estimation /  |r Christian M. Crowder --  |g 20.  |t Stature estimation /  |r P. Willey --  |g 21.  |t Antemortem trauma /  |r Eugénia Cunha and João Pinheiro -- 
505 0 0 |g 22.  |t Perimortem trauma /  |r Louise Loe --  |g 23.  |t Forensic taphonomy /  |r Stephen P. Nawrocki --  |g 24.  |t Burned human remains /  |r Tim Thompson --  |g 25.  |t Craniofacial identification: techniques of facial approximation and craniofacial superimposition /  |r Carl N. Stephan --  |g 26.  |t Biomolecular applications /  |r Lori Baker --  |g 27.  |t Forensic odontology /  |r John Gerald Clement --  |g pt. 4.  |t The crime and disaster scene: case studies in forensic archaeology and anthropology. --  |g 28.  |t Domestic homicide investigations: an example from the United States /  |r Dawnie Wolfe Steadman, William Basler, Michael J. Hochrein, Dennis F. Klein, and Julia C. Goodin --  |g 29.  |t Domestic homicide investigations in the United Kingdom /  |r John Hunter --  |g 30.  |t Forensic anthropology in disaster response /  |r Paul S. Sledzik --  |g 31.  |t Medico-legal investigations of atrocities committed during the Solomon Islands "Ethnic Tensions" /  |r Melanie Archer and Malcolm J. Dodd --  |g 32.  |t Disaster anthropology: the 2004 Asian tsunami /  |r Sue Black --  |g 33.  |t The role of the anthropologist in disaster victim identification: the Bali incidents of 2002 and 2004 /  |r Christopher A. Briggs and Alanah M. Buck --  |g 34.  |t Dealing with the remains of conflict: an international response to crimes against humanity, forensic recovery, identification, and repatriation in the former Yugoslavia /  |r Jon Sterenberg --  |g 35.  |t Forensic anthropology and archaeology in Guatemala /  |r Ambika Flavel and Caroline Barker --  |g 36.  |t Grave challenges in Iraq /  |r Derek Congram and Jon Sterenberg --  |g pt. 5.  |t The professional forensic anthropologist. --  |g 37.  |t More than just bare bones: ethical considerations for forensic anthropologists /  |r Soren Blau --  |g 38.  |t How to do forensic archaeology under the auspices of the United Nations and other large organizations /  |r Richard Wright and Ian Hanson --  |g 39.  |t Contribution of quantitative methods in forensic anthropology: a new era /  |r Ann H. Ross and Erin H. Kimmerle --  |g 40.  |t The expert witness and the court of law /  |r Maciej Henneberg --  |g 41.  |t Legal aspects of identification /  |r David Ranson --  |g 42.  |t Global perspectives on issues in forensic anthropology /  |r Douglas H. Ubelaker and Soren Blau. 
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650 0 |a Forensic anthropology  |v Handbooks, manuals, etc.  |0 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85050537 
650 0 |a Forensic archaeology  |v Handbooks, manuals, etc.  |0 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2009004421 
650 0 |a Forensic anthropology  |v Case studies.  |0 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85050537 
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