Thanks to Janet Monge (visiting Professor of Anthropology), Jeffrey Himpele (VizE LAB Director), Online Princeton, and the McGraw Center for the production of the MOOC “REAL BONES: Adventures in Forensic Anthropology”. The course investigates and discusses the various techniques of analysis that biological anthropologists can apply to forensic cases. Topics include human osteology, the recovery of bodies, and the analysis of life history.
Check out the course trailer for "REAL BONES: Adventures in Forensic Anthropology".
The course is being offered on Coursera.
This project was funded through Jeffrey Himpele’s award from the 250th Anniversary Fund for Course Innovation.