Outline: Terms, People, and Eras Forensic Anthropology and Odontology What is Anthropology? The study of man List and define three sub-discipline of anthropology. Cultural-human society Physical-biological Archeological-past culture through remains What is Forensic Anthropology? Pertaining to the law when dealing with skeletal remains History: Formative Years -Thomas Dwight: Founder of forensic anthropology -Parkman Murder: the influence of Dwight where 2 Harvard anatomists assisted in the investigation wyman and wyndam holmes -George Dorsey: Harvard professor who examined the evidence from the Leutgert case and confirmed the remains of the body were the wife?s -Luetgert Case: Put wife?s body in potash but they found a ring in the remains they then called Dorsey to confirm it was the wife?s remains Consolidation Years -Wilton Marion Krogman Wrote: ?Guide to Identification of Human Skeletal Material? and ?The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine? -Charles E. Snow Built CILHI now known as JPAC Mildred Trotter Did a lot of work on stature and took over CILHI Modern Period -AAFS -Ellis Kerly -Clyde Snow -BARF Establishing the Biological Profile -Sex -Age -Ancestry -Stature -Individualizing Postmortem Interval Manner of Death and Trauma -Antemortem -Perimortem -Postmortem Identification via Individualization -Radiograph -Other features -Reconstruction -Superimposition
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