This volume integrates data from researchers in bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology to explain when and why group-targeted violence occurs. Massacres have plagued both ancient and modern societies, and by analyzing skeletal remains from these events within their broader cultural and historical contexts this volume opens up important new understandings of the underlying social processes that continue to lead to these tragedies.
Bioarchaeological Interpretations of the Human Past: Local, Regional, and Global PerspectivesEdited by CLARK SPENCER LARSEN, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
CLARK SPENCER LARSEN
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
4034 Smith Laboratory, 174 W. 18TH AVENUE
COLUMBUS, Ohio 43210-1106
There are 22 books in this series.
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