"Forensic anthropology uses certain anthropological techniques to analyze and understand skeletal remains. It also includes its own subfields, including osteology (study of bones) and the interpretation of the human skeleton to help at a crime or accident scene" (Crime Lab, 2018, para. 1). In the crime lab: Analyzing older remains. (2018). In P. Barnes-Svarney, & T. E. Svarney, The handy forensic science answer book. Visible Ink Press. Credo Reference.
Scholarly Journal Articles
Selected scholarly articles from KPU subscriptions under forensic anthropology.
You may also try the following journal titles: The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Canadian Society of, Forensic Science Journal, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Forensic Science International : Genetics, Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Journal of Forensic Dental Sciences, Journal of Forensic Identification, or Journal of Forensic Sciences.
Library of Congress call number range CC 1 - 960 will have books on forensic anthropology.
You can also search the library catalog for subject headings forensic anthropology, or forensic sciences, or forensic psychology or forensic biology.