PHA 6935 Forensic Anthropology I
This course will provide an introduction to the basic knowledge of human anatomy and osteology, including human remains recovery and laboratory processes that are required of a forensic anthropologist. Each module will substitute the hands-on experience typically found in a laboratory setting by presenting carefully selected photographs and illustrated materials that will familiarize students with the practice of the discipline.
|Module 2||Basic Bone Biology|
|Module 3||Human vs. Non human|
|Module 4||Human Osteology: The Skull and Teeth||Module 5||Human Osteology: The Thorax, Vertebral Column and Pelvis||Module 6||Human Osteology: The Arm and Hand||Module 7||Human Osteology: The Leg and Foot||Module 8||Field and Laboratory Work||Module 9||Forensic Anthropology and Mass Fatality||Module 10||Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights|
No required materials
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