Forensic Anthropology is a journal devoted to the advancement of the science and professional development of the fields of forensic anthropology and forensic archaeology.
The journal primarily focuses on research, technical advancements, population data, and case studies related to the recovery and analysis of human remains in a forensic context. Topics such as forensic osteology, skeletal biology, and modern human skeletal variation are within the scope of Forensic Anthropology.
Vol. 5 No. 4 (2022)
Localized, eroded flat areas on bones recovered from former coffin burials are hypothesized to have been formed as “coffin wear,” caused by a...
The (hu)MANid program is a free, web-based software using mandibular metric and morphoscopic variables to estimate sex and ancestry. The...
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, D-ABFA, is an essential figure in the discipline of forensic anthropology. He has been committed to research, as...
Comparison of the Effect of Two Dynamic Loading Rates on Fracture Characteristics of Human Ribs in Bending
An Experimental Study
Recent years have seen an increase in contributions to the criminal justice system through expert testimony regarding
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a Tool for Positive Identification from Frontal Sinus Radiographs
Frontal sinus radiographs are frequently used to identify human remains. However, the method of visually comparing antemortem (AM) to postmortem...
REFERENCE: Robert W. Mann. Ancestry and Sex in Human Crania: A Comparative Photographic Atlas. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas; 2021. 478 pp.
Book Review of:
Sarah E. Wagner. What Remains: Bringing America’s Missing Home from the Vietnam War. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University...