Can television shows like Orange Is the New Black and Faking It push forensic anthropologists—and the rest of us—to rethink our categories of biological sex?
New research by anthropologists and forensic scientists is bringing hope to the relatives of war victims while challenging Spain’s “pact of forgetting."
How Alexandre Lacassagne, the “French Sherlock Holmes,” solved a grisly crime at the dawn of forensic anthropology.
After the Nazis' three so-called Operation Reinhard camps swallowed more than a million and a half Jewish lives, the camps were themselves destroyed. Forensic archaeologists are finally exploring what lies beneath the earth—but not without resistance.