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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Anthropology


Kristina Zarenko

Kristina Zarenko is one of the contributing authors to "New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification" which was published in August, 2017 by Academic Press

New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification provides a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on human identification methods in forensic anthropology. Divided into four distinct sections, the chapters will reflect recent advances in human skeletal identification, including statistical and morphometric methods for assessing the biological profile (sex, age, ancestry, stature), biochemical methods of identification (DNA analysis, stable isotope analysis, bomb curve analysis), and use of comparative radiography. The final section of this book highlights advances in human identification techniques that are being applied to international populations and disaster victims.

The contributing authors represent established experts in forensic anthropology and closely related fields. New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification will be an essential resource for researchers, practitioners, and advanced students interested in state-of-the-art methods for human identification.

Milligan, Colleen F. with Janet E. Finlayson, Colleen M. Cheverko, and Kristina Zarenko

               2017 Advances in the Use of Cranofacial Superimposition for Human Identification. In New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification. Krista Latham, Eric Bartelink, and Michael Finnegan, eds. Pp. 241-250. Cambridge: Academic Press.