Pamela Geller

2015
SAR Press - Disturbing BodiesSAR Press PublicationDisturbing Bodies: Perspectives on Forensic Anthropology

Although often considered narrowly in terms of its technical and methodological aspects, forensic practice draws upon multiple dimensions of anthropology, and this volume offers a range of anthropological perspectives on the work of exhumation and the attendant issues.

2012, March 25–29
Disturbing Bodies: A Relational Exploration of Forensic Archaeological PracticeAdvanced SeminarDisturbing Bodies: A Relational Exploration of Forensic Archaeological PracticeThe aim of this seminar was to discuss the values and beliefs that underlie forensic exhumation, and to explore the tensions that arise in the practice of forensic archaeological work.
2012
Breathing New Life into the Evidence of DeathSAR Press PublicationBreathing New Life into the Evidence of Death: Contemporary Approaches to BioarchaeologyTaking cues from current theoretical perspectives and capitalizing on the strengths of new and sophisticated methods of analysis, Breathing New Life into the Evidence of Death showcases the vibrancy of bioarchaeological research and its potential for bringing “new life” to the field of mortuary archaeology and the study of human remains.
2008, September 11–12
Breathing New Life Into the Evidence of DeathShort SeminarBreathing New Life Into the Evidence of DeathThis seminar gave various bioarchaeologists the opportunity to discuss their most up-to-date methods and theories regarding mortuary evidence.


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