Oral Presentation Session


Sponsored by: AAA Committee on Ethics

(6-0000) The Ethics of Working with Human Remains: Development and Refinement of Ethical Discourse, Principles, Justifications, and Practice for Anthropological Scholarship involving Human Remains

Sunday, December 3
8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Of interest to: Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students

Presentations:

Send Email for Molly Zuckerman

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Send Email for Kathryn Baustian

Kristina M Zarenko

University of South Carolina

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Send Email for Elizabeth Wakefield

Send Email for Tony Chamoun

Send Email for Jessica Cerezo-Román

Send Email for Harper Dine

Send Email for Molly Zuckerman

Send Email for Ventura Perez


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