Human Osteology and Palaeopathology

Lead Research Organisation: University of Bradford
Department Name: Sch of Life Sciences

Abstract

The Course aims to integrate the scientific understanding of human remains with archaeological questions. It strongly emphasises the integration of biological, archaeological, and environmental evidence and provides instruction in the identification and analysis of human remains, their metric and non-metric morphological features, and pathological conditions affecting the skeleton within the context of the study of past peoples, cultures, and environments. This grant supports three full studenthips for three years.

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