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With ghoulish geniality, Clyde Snow liked to say that bones made good witnesses, never lying, never forgetting, and that a skeleton, no matter how old, could sketch the tale of a human life, revealing how it had been lived, how long it had lasted, what traumas it had endured and especially how it had ended.
SSHB Society for the Study of Human Biology in association with BABAO will be holding a Symposium on Age Estimation in Oxford, UK on 9-11th December 2014.
Formally announcing the formation of the Mid-Atlantic Bioanthropology Interest Group! This will be a group of faculty, professionals, and graduate students in all fields of biological anthropology, from all types of research and learning institutions, designed to foster communication and interaction across our region.
The Forensic Anthropology Center at the University of Tennessee is excited to offer lab-based anthropology methods courses in July. The Introduction to Human Identification course presents basic biological profile methods through lectures and practical activities . The Advanced Osteology Laboratory Methods course covers topics including transition analysis, histology, and digitizing methods.
BABAO 16th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology
Friday 12th to Sunday 14th September 2014. The Department of Archaeology at Durham University will be holding the BABAO conference in 2014.