Submitted 9 February 2018 by Giovanna Vidoli
During this three-day intensive and hands-on course, participants will learn the theoretical background of ancestry estimation in forensic anthropology, tackle the most difficult cranial and postcranial measurements necessary for ancestry estimation, receive training in Fordisc, and learn how to apply macromorphoscopic traits for ancestry estimation. Participants will work on their own cases and have access to all necessary databases and tools. Prior experience with osteology is required. Instructors include: Dr. Joseph Hefner, Dr. Lee Meadows Jantz, Dr. Richard Jantz, and Dr. Stephen Ousley.
Dates: June 4th-6th, 2018 Cost: $600
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