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Criminalistics: Forensic Anthropology


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  • American Board of Forensic Anthropology
    The Board provides, in the interest of the public and the advancement of the science, a program of certification in forensic anthropology.

  • Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team
    Works on applying the forensic sciences, particularly forensic anthropology, to the investigation of human rights violations. EAAF is a non governmental, non profit, scientific organization.

    Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association web site. Topical focus of organization and the annual meeting is the excavation, curation, and analysis of human skeletal remains.

  • Cal State Chico Masters in Anthropology
    Offers the MA degree in Anthropology. Also provides opportunity to become certified in forensic identification.

  • Florida Atlantic University Anthropology
    Offers program in forensic anthropology.

  • Forensic Anthropology Center at UT
    Focus of the University of Tennessee's program is the application of skeletal biological techniques to the identification of decomposing and skeletal remains for law enforcement and medicolegal agencies and investigations. Home of one of the most well known forensic anthropologists in the world, Dr. William Bass.

  • Forensic Anthropology Experts
    Listings by state of specialists in forensic anthropology who can serve as expert witnesses or consultants in the identification of human remains.

    forensic anthropology and human osteology educational resources.

  • Graduate Education Forensic Anthropology
    Reference guide to graduate programs in the field of Forensic Anthropology.

  • Human Forensic Identification Laboratory
    The Human Forensic Identification Laboratory at the University of North Dakota provides for the analysis and identification of human remains both skeletal and decomposed. The director is certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology and has more than 22 years of experience with human remains, including homicide, missing, person, and mass disaster.

  • Human Rights and Forensic Anthropology
    Stefan Schmitt is actively involved in the documentation of Human Rights violations through forensic anthropology.


  • London Consulting
    Marilyn R. London provides consulting forensic anthropological services and analysis of historic and archaeological human remains to professional archaeologists and the law enforcement community.

  • McMaster University Anthropology Dept.
    Offers the undergrad and graduate degrees in Anthropology.

  • Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania
    Offers specialty of forensic anthropology.

  • Osteo Interactive
    Very impressive site from the University of Utah. Excellent resource for those who want the basics on osteology and forensic anthropology, with tutorials on such things as race, age, and sex determination based on skeletal measurements.

  • Pound Human Identification Laboratory
    One of the busiest forensic anthropology laboratories in the country, handling between 100 and 120 cases annually. Located at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

  • University of Massachusetts Anthropology
    Varied offerings in a top-notch anthropology department.

  • University of North Dakota
    The Anthropology Department provides undergraduate coursework and training in forensic snthropology.

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