Advances in Theory and Practice
Published October 11th 2005 by Routledge – 256 pages
This updated edition of a textbook universally hailed as an indispensable guide, is a complete introduction to the methods and means of forensic archaeology.
Incorporating new advances in the field, new case studies, and charting the growth and development of the subject, Forensic Archaeology examines the four main fields of recovery, search, skeletal analysis and analytical science, and how the concepts and methods of traditional archaeology can by utilized within criminal investigations.
The authors provide in-depth chapters that discuss:
This is an invaluable resource that will provide students, researchers, academics and the general reader alike with a fascinating introduction to this complex and crucial subject.
1. Introduction 2. Search and Location 3. Forensic Geophysical Survey 4. The Recovery of Forensic Evidence from Individual Graves 5. The Archaeology of Mass Graves 6. Anthropology in a Forensic Context 7. Legal Matters 8. Social and Intellectual Frameworks