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The Past as a Foreign Country

Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Pinker’s “Prehistoric Anarchy”

Linda Fibiger

Violent Past Both archaeology and bioarchaeology (that is, the scientific analysis of human skeletal remains) are, as disciplines, reliant on clear, unequivocal terminology when trying to identify, classify, analyze, and interpret what is in many cases a

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Glaciers in the Anthropocene

A Biocultural View

Daniel Gaudio and Mauro Gobbi

bioarchaeology, a bioarchaeology of memory and identity, will then be necessary and applicable in the near future. Different views of glaciers probably clash from antiquity to modern times: glaciers as hostile, frozen walls that divide local communities; glaciers

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Introduction

Anthropologies of Forensic Expertise in the Aftermath of Mass Violence

Zahira Aragüete-Toribio

Identity Research 2 : 1 – 20 . Bennett , C. 2019 . Human remains from the Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia , in Ethical approaches to human remains: a global challenge in bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology , K. Squires , D. Errickson and

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Silent Stock

On Clandestine Mass Graves and their Legacies

Élisabeth Anstett

challenge in bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology . Cham : Springer Nature . Stepputat , F. 2016 . Governing the dead: sovereignty and the politics of dead bodies . Manchester : Manchester University Press . Tycko , B. 2000 . ‘ Epigenetic