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Conferências do Professor Luiz Airton

No dia 29 e 30 de Janeiro decorreram no Departamento de Ciências da Vida da Universidade de Coimbra, as conferências intituladas “A Antropologia Forense: experiência em Guarulhos” e “Traumatologia Forense” respetivamente, ministradas pelo professor Luiz Airton Saavedra de Paiva.

Agradecemos ao professor a gentileza de partilhar a sua experiência com alunos e professores.

Agradecemos também a todos os presentes.

 

Chamada de artigos SPAE

A revista da Sociedade Portuguesa de Antropologia e Etnologia (SPAE), “Trabalhos de Antropologia e Etnologia” online, de 2019, está disponível para receber originais de artigos INÉDITOS para o seu volume 59. Os artigos, obedecendo às normas adoptadas para a revista, devem ser submetidos até ao fim de março de 2019, por forma a, em caso que se justifique, serem analisados por dois membros do Conselho Redactorial.
Aquelas normas estão aqui:

https://revistataeonline.weebly.com/submissatildeo-de-artig…
A revista é inter e transdisciplinar. Privilegia textos problematizantes de antropologia, história, museologia, arqueologia, etc., e em geral de ciências sociais e humanas; não é uma revista vocacionada para publicação de “materiais” ou de relatórios. Procura ser uma revista cujos artigos possam interessar a todos os membros da comunidade cientifica.

A SPAE tem um email próprio: spae.antropologia@gmail.com para envio de propostas.

Mercyhurst University, Tripwire Operations Group and HD Forensics 2019 Short Courses

Dennis Dirkmaat, Ph.D., D-ABFA, Mercyhurst University, Tripwire Operations Group, and HD Forensics will be presenting a series of forensic anthropology-themed short courses throughout 2019.

General Information:

For the first time, a two-week comprehensive forensic anthropology review course will be held at Mercyhurst University, June 3-14 featuring an All-Star cast of some the best and brightest young forensic anthropologists in the country, including –

Dr. Heather Garvin (Associate Professor of Anatomy, Dept. of Anatomy, Des Moines Medical University), Dr. Sara Getz (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Idaho State University), Dr. Joseph T. Hefner (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Michigan State University), Nicholas V. Passalacqua (Assistant Professor and Forensic Anthropology Program Coordinator, Anthropology and Sociology Dept., Western Carolina University), Christopher Rainwater (New York Medical Examiner’s Office), Dr. Kyra Stull (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno), as well as long-established veterans Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat (Director, Applied Forensic Sciences Dept., Professor of Anthropology Mercyhurst University) and Dr. Steve Symes (Mississippi Medical Examiner’s Office).

The immersive course will cover all aspects of the field as recognized today: Forensic Osteology, Forensic Archaeology, and Forensic Taphonomy. This course is a great way for students and professionals to explore the field, and make connections for graduate school and beyond.

Other courses offered this year include the 27th annual Death Scene Archaeology class (May 27-30), the longest running forensic archaeology class in the world. Also being offered are specialized forensic scene recovery courses covering Fatal Fire Scenes (July 10-13), and Large-Scale Mass Disaster Scenes (July 15-18), all to be held in Gettysburg, PA. An introductory Forensic Osteology Class (May 22-31) will also be offered. Additional information, other courses and sign-ups can be found at the HD Forensics website – (https://www.hdforensics.com/c2018-courses)

Identification of human remains found in the Mediterranean Sea

A Dra. Cristina Cattaneo, anatomopatologista de renome internacional e diretora de Labanof, sempre esteve envolvida no reconhecimento dos corpos dos náufragos, em LONTANO DAGLI OCCHI conta a odisséia dos migrantes através da descoberta de objetos que narram sonhos e esperanças de homens e mulheres e jovens vítimas.

 

Dr. Cristina Cattaneo, internationally renowned anatomopathologist and director of Labanof, has always been involved in the recognition of the bodies of the castaways, in LONTANO DAGLI OCCHI tells the odyssey of migrants through the discovery of objects that narrate dreams and hopes of men and women , and young victims.

 

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