Forensic Anthropology: An Introductory Lab Manual

Instructors: Request an exam copy here. “The perfect companion for undergraduate students taking a forensic anthropology class, providing engaging, hands-on exercises that walk students through sophisticated topics and methods. This manual also provides something that others do not: a user-friendly way to understand what constitutes data and how data is analyzed using statistics.”—Debra L. Martin, … Continue reading Forensic Anthropology: An Introductory Lab Manual

Our 2023 AABA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

This year’s American Association of Biological Anthropologists annual meeting was held in Reno, NV from April 19 to 22. Our virtual booth is open through June 30, 2023 and offers great deals on our bioarchaeology titles. Use code AABA23 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. on orders over $75. Click Here to View all Titles in Our … Continue reading Our 2023 AABA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

Bioarchaeology and Identity Revisited

“Demonstrates the continuing efficacy of an identity-oriented approach to exploring past lives and lifeways via human skeletal remains and their archaeological settings.”—Alexis T. Boutin, coeditor of Remembering the Dead in the Ancient Near East: Recent Contributions from Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Archaeology “Breaks new ground. This thought-provoking collection of case studies from around the world engages multiple … Continue reading Bioarchaeology and Identity Revisited

July Review Roundup: Art, Evolution, and “Alice”

Our recent release of breathtaking photography, a newly illustrated Alice in Wonderland, and works celebrating cultural exploration earned well-deserved praise this month. Take a look! Learn what happens behind the scenes in competitive ballroom dancing in the Daily Mail's interview with Sharon Savoy, author of Ballroom!: Obsession and Passion inside the World of Competitive Dance. Be sure to watch the video of her … Continue reading July Review Roundup: Art, Evolution, and “Alice”