Fall 2012 not offered
Forensic anthropology is the application of the science of physical anthropology to the legal process. The course will introduce students to aspects of the judicial system, crime scene investigation, biological profiling (e.g., sex, age-at-death, ancestry, stature), pathology and trauma, and identification. Hands-on experience with skeletal material and demonstration casts will be included in the course.
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Byers, INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY (3rd ed)
Steadman, HARD EVIDENCE: CASE STUDIES IN FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY (2nd ed)
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Three in class exams and a final exam.
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