ANT 322 - Forensic Anthropology

Identification, analysis, and interpretation of human remains in a medico-legal context. Provides training in osteology, forensic method and theory, forensic taphonomy, and research methods. Numerous “real-life” cases are used to illustrate the theory and ideas involved with human remains recovery and identification in the contexts of homicide, suicide, mass disasters, and accidental death.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Spring 2017