“Cadaver Detection in Forensic Anthropology and Criminology” by Keith Jacobi

Dogs find things and dogs like bones. It’s as “simple” as that. Just released is Keith Jacobi’s fascinating story on dogs that are used in forensic studies and how he himself got involved. It is truly a remarkable tale. Reference: Jacobi, Keith P. Cadaver Detection in Forensic Anthropology and Criminology: An Overview with Personal Notes. […]

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Dr. Keith Jacobi and Maria Panakhyo publish “Limited Circumstances: Creating a Better Understanding of Prehistoric Peoples through the Reanalysis of Collections of Commingled Human Remains”

Congratulations to Dr. Keith Jacobi and Maria Panakhyo (one of his past M.A. students) for their newly released book chapter: “Limited Circumstances: Creating a Better Understanding of Prehistoric Peoples through the Reanalysis of Collections of Commingled Human Remains”, by Maria Panakhyo and Keith Jacobi.  In Theoretical Approaches to Analysis and Interpretation of Commingled Human Remains, edited by […]

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