By Shelley R. Saunders (Editor), Mary Anne Katzenberg M. Anne Katzenberg (Editor)
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Additional info for Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton, 2nd edition
In biological anthropology from The Pennsylvania State University. She is currently a student in the Biological Anthropology Graduate Program at the University of Calgary. Her research interests include the developmental basis of facial length and the study of basic mammalian developmental processes in the skull through mouse models and primate evolution. She has been a student of morphometrics since her days as an undergraduate at Penn State. M. H. T. Richtsmeier. D. in anthropology from the University of Toronto in 1969.
From Washington University, St. Louis, in 1976. He is currently a professor of anthropology at the Ohio State University and professor emeritus at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He specializes in histomorphometric analysis of bone and its applications in skeletal biology, bioarchaeology, paleopathology, and forensic anthropology. Recent publications include “Intraskeletal variability in bone mass,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2007, with J. ; and “Histomorphometric analysis of the cortical bone of the rib of Hanaab-Pakal,” with M.
323–346. Saunders SR, Katzenberg MA, editors. 1992. Skeletal Biology of Past Peoples: Research Methods. New York: Wiley-Liss Todd TW. 1920. Age changes in the pubic bone: I. The male white pubis. Am J Phys Anthropol 3: 285–334. PART I THEORY AND APPLICATION IN STUDIES OF PAST PEOPLES CHAPTER 1 BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL ETHICS: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE VALUE OF HUMAN REMAINS PHILLIP L. WALKER INTRODUCTION The rapidity of technological and cultural change in current times is forcing us to confront a myriad of moral dilemmas over issues as wide ranging as the ethics of cloning humans, the ownership of our genetic material, and the rights of animals relative to those of humans.
Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton, 2nd edition by Shelley R. Saunders (Editor), Mary Anne Katzenberg M. Anne Katzenberg (Editor)