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Assignments relating to Forensic Anthropology will be given to all students and must be completed to pass the course successfully.
|Section 01: Course outline
|Section 02: The field of Anthropology
|What is Anthropology?
|Introduction to Anthropology
|Section 03: Forensic Anthropology
|Role of Forensic Anthropology
|Section 04: Human Osteology
|Supplemental bone identification video lecture
|Section 05: Comparative Osteology
|Supplemental comparative osteology video lecture
|Section 06: Estimation of sex from skeletal remains
|Estimating sex from skeletal elements
|Estimating sex from human remains PowerPoint
|Section 07: Estimating age at death from skeletal remains
|Estimating age at death from skeletal remains
|Estimate age at death PowerPoint
|Supplemental age estimation video lecture
|Supplemental age estimation video lecture number 2
|Section 08: Estimating stature, BMI, and MNI
|Estimating Stature, BMI, and MNI
|Estimating stature, BMI, and MNI PowerPoint
|Section 09: Estimating ancestral affiliation
|Estimating ancestry PowerPoint
|Supplemental ancestry estimation video lecture
|Section 10: Analyzing bones for trauma
|How does trauma present on the skeleton; Projectile trauma
|Sharp force trauma
|Blunt force trauma
|Supplemental trauma analysis video lecture
|Section 11: Writing it up!
|Writing it up! How to produce a professional report
|Writing it up PowerPoint presentation
|Section 12: Ethical Considerations
|Physical anthropology code of ethics
|Forensic anthropology code of ethics
|Ethical code for human rights work
|Section 13: Exercise Answers
|Sex estimation exercise key
|Age estimation exercise key
|Ancestry estimation exercise key 66
|Bone identification exercise key
|Trauma exercise key
|Section 14: Textbooks
|Supplemental textbook recommendations video
|Assignment – Forensic Anthropology