ABSTRACT

Advances in our ability to analyse information from skeletal remains and subsequent developments in the field of forensic anthropology make it possible to identify more victims of homicides, mass-fatality disasters, and genocide. Summarizing the vast collection of international literature that has developed over the past decade, Forensic Anthropolo

chapter 1|28 pages

Age Determination in the Juvenile

ByKAYLEIGH WOOD, CRAIG A. CUNNINGHAM

chapter 2|32 pages

Age Determination in the Adult Ms. LUCINA HACKMAN

BySTACEY PURVES, LIANNE WOODLEY

chapter 3|34 pages

Sex Determination

ByCHARLOTTE DAWSON, DUNCAN ROSS, AND DR. XANTHE MALLETT

chapter 4|24 pages

Stature

ByKATIE NICOLL BAINES, SUSAN EDMOND, AND DR. ROOS EISMA

chapter 5|36 pages

Race and Ancestry

ByEILIDH FERGUSON, NATALIE KERR, AND DR. CHRISTOPHER RYNN

chapter 6|28 pages

Dental Identi„cation

BySALLY CARR, AYMIE MAXWELL, AND DR. STELLA MCCLURE

chapter 7|54 pages

Skeletal Trauma

ByKYLIE DAVIDSON, CATRIONA DAVIES, AND DR. PATRICK RANDOLPH-QUINNEY

chapter 8|42 pages

Bone Pathology

ByNICHOLAS LOCKYER, IAIN ARMSTRONG, SUE BLACK

chapter 9|40 pages

Taphonomy

ByJOANNE BRISTOW, ZOE SIMMS, AND DR. PATRICK RANDOLPH-QUINNEY

chapter 10|10 pages

Comparative Osteology

ByRACHEL GILCHRIST, SARAH VOOGHT, AND PROF. ROGER SOAMES

chapter 11|34 pages

Identi„cation from Soft Tissues

ByNEAL ARCHIBALD, LOUISE CULLEN, AND DR. JAN BIKKER

chapter 12|32 pages

Facial Identi„cation of the Dead

ByWON-JOON LEE, STENTON MACKENZIE, AND DR. CAROLINE WILKINSON