ANTH 143 - (BH) Introduction to Forensic AnthropologySemester Hours: 3
Introduction to the theory and methods used by forensic anthropologists
to extract the maximum amount of information from ancient burials,
historical murders and recent accidents. In addition to illustrating
and reconstructing skeletal remains and artifacts, forensic
anthropologists examine skeletal remains, environmental evidence for
location and time of death, trace evidence, wear-patterns. Classes will
emphasize archeological methods and ethical issues associated with the
examination of human remains and include case studies and practical
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