Forensic Anthropology

Forensic anthropology is an application of anatomical science (bones, skeletons etc.) of anthropology and its various sub-fields into legal matters. In 1976, T. D. Stewart (1901–1907) defined forensic anthropology as “that branch of physical anthropology, which, for forensic purposes, deals with the identification of more or less skeletonized remains known to be, or suspected of being, … Continue reading Forensic Anthropology