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24-S206 Forensic Anthropology: The Skeleton of Your Life – Alexandra Rocca

Instructor: Alexandra Rocca
Course Date: April 29, 2024 to May 17, 2024
This course takes place from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM:
Monday to Friday

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Your skeleton is essential in supporting your movement, but many do not realize that their bones do more than that. From broken bones to dental fillings, your skeleton tells the story of your life. This unique blueprint can even play an essential role in forensic investigations. Learn more about your 206 bones while applying knowledge to real case work. This course will explore the applications of forensic anthropology in the past and present. Students will learn anatomical terms, understand the application of bone development and growth in forensic applications, and gain hands-on experience through a mock case. Real bones and forensic images may be used as a part of instruction. Some classes may be held within the biological anthropology lab at the U of A.

Instructor:  Alexandra Rocca

Alexandra Rocca completed her MA in anthropology at the University of Alberta in 2019. Alex has instructed in anthropology for the U of A and NorQuest College and served as a guest lecturer for the Community Marketplace with the Edmonton Public School Board.  Alex is passionate about education for all ages.

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