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Description: An essential addition to any forensics course, this volume of case studies describes both innovative approaches and practical experiences in this dynamic field. It provides students with a strong sense of the types of cases with which forensic anthropologists become involved-as well as their professional and ethical responsibilities-and it demonstrates the truly multidisciplinary nature of the science. CASE STUDIES bull; bull;Introducing Forensic Anthropology, Dawnie Wolfe Steadman. bull;The Herring Case-An Outlier, Karen Ramey Burns. bull;MultidisciplinaryApproach to Human Identification in Homicide Investigation: A Case Study from New York, Douglas H. Ubelaker, Mary Jumbelic, Mark Wilson, and E. Mark Levinsohn. bull;Urban Anthropology: Case Studies from the New York City Medical Examiner's Office, Amy Zelson Mundorff. bull;Multiple Points of Similarity, Dawnie Wolfe Steadman and Lyle W. Konigsberg. bull;Trials in Court. The Forensic Anthropologist Takes the Stand, Kenneth A. R. Kennedy. bull;Love Lost and Gone Forever, David M. Glassman. bull;Unusual "Crime" Scenes: The Role of forensic Anthropology in Recovering and Identifying American MIAs, Robert W. Mann, Bruce E. Anderson, Thomas D. Holland, David R. Rankin, and Johnie E. Webb, Jr. bull;The Contributions of Archaeology and Physical Anthropology to the John McRae Case, Norman J. Sauer, William A. Lovis, Mark E. Blumer, and Jennifer Fillion. bull;Look until You See: Identification of Trauma in Skeletal Material, O.C. Smith, Elayne J. Pope, and Steven A. Symes. bull;The Interface of Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology in Trauma Interpretation, Douglas H. Ubelaker and John E. Smialek. bull;Taphonomy and Time: Estimating the Postmortem Interval, Jennifer C. Love and Murray K. Marks. bull;The Skull on the Lawn: Trophies, Taphonomy, and Forensic Anthropology, P. Willey and Paulette Leach. bull;A Death in Paradise: Human Remains Scavenged by a Shark, Bruce E. Anderson, Anthony Manoukian, Thomas D. Holland, and William E. Grant. bull;MiTOChondrial DNA: Solving the Mystery of Anna Anderson, Terry Melton. bull;The Pawn Shop Mummified Head: Discriminating among Forensic, Historic, and Ancient Contexts, Dawnie Wolfe Steadman. bull;An Incidental Finding, H. Gill-King. bull;Small Bones of Contention, Sam D. Stout. bull;Corpi Aquaticus: The Hardin Cemetery Flood of 1993, Paul S. Sledzik and Allison Webb Willcox. bull;Planes, Trains, and Fireworks: The Evolving Role of the Forensic Anthropologist in Mass Fatality Incidents, Frank P Saul and Julie Mather Saul. bull;Science Contextualized: The Identification of a US. MIA of the Vietnam War from Two Perspectives, Ann Webster Bunch and Colleen Carney Shine. bull;Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights: The Argentine Experience, Mercedes Doretti and Clyde C. Snow.