William R. Maples Symposium

Published: February 18th, 2016

Category: Archived, Conference/Symposium Opportunities

Symposium: The Life’s Work of William R. Maples

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A Tribute By His Colleagues, Students and Friends

1998 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences
February 9-14, 1998
San Francisco, CA

All abstracts copyright © American Academy of Forensic Sciences, used here with permission.

Any articles published regarding the material in these abstracts will be published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.


Abstract Titles

  • “The Academic Career of William R. Maples, Ph.D.”, Jane E. Buikstra, PhD; Margaret K. Maples
  • “A Thousand Tales of Dead Men: The Forensic Anthropology Cases of William R. Maples, Ph.D.”, Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD
  • “The Last Exam You’ll Ever Have to Take: The American Board of Forensic Anthropology Certification Examination”, P. Willey, PhD
  • “Dr. William R. Maples and the Role of the Consultants at the U.S. Army Central Identification Laboratory, Hawaii”, Lisa M. Hoshower, PhD
  • “Forensic Studies of William R. Maples, Ph.D.: Four Men, Four Centuries, Four Countries”, William M. Goza, JD, DHL
  • “Video Superimposition at the C.A. Pound Laboratory, 1987 to 1992”, Dana Austin-Smith, PhD
  • “Anterior Femoral Curvature Revisited: Race Assessment from the Femur”, Mary B. Trudell, PhD
  • “Radiographic Determination of Developmental Age in Fetuses and Stillborns”, Michael W. Warren, PhD
  • “Homicide in North Central Florida”, Shuala S. Martin, BA (not presented)
  • “Radiographic Identification Based on Extremity Fractures: Two Case Studies”, Kendra R. Smith, MFS
  • “Briefly Unidentified: A Case Study of a Peculiar Source of Identification”, Wendi G. O’Connor, MA
  • “Homicide or Accident off the Coast of Florida: Trauma Analysis of Mutilated Human Remains”, Phoebe R. Stubblefield, MA
  • “Blades and Bones: The Interpretation of Sharp-Force Trauma”, Heather A. Walsh-Haney, BA
  • “Evaluation of Skeletal Fracture Patterns Resulting from a Fall from Great Height”, Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA
  • “William R. Maples’ Techniques and the Question of Cannibalistic vs. Ritualistic
  • Human Bone Modification in the Cook Islands, Polynesia”, Susan C. Anton, PhD
  • “Ales Hrdlicka’s Role in the History of Forensic Anthropology”, Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD
  • “The Pedagogy of Dr. William R. Maples”, A. Midori Baptista, PhD
  • “Three Decades in the Evolution of a Career”, Karen Ramey Burns, PhD
 

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