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EXAMPLE MISSION STATEMENT FOR A UNIVERSITY COLLECTION
WEBSITES OF INTEREST WITH SAMPLE POLICIES
Condition Assessment of Osteological Collections
CONDITION GLOSSARY
COMMON VOCABULARY FOR ADDRESSING BODY POSITION OR ORIENTATION
Caroline Sakaguchi Kunioka and Vicki Cassman
Nancy Odegaard and Vicki Cassman
ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM DESTRUCTIVE TESTING POLICY
Treatment and Invasive Actions
Annick Vuissoz and M. Thomas P. Gilbert
Indigenous Value Orientations in the Care ofHuman Remains
THE VERMILLION ACCORD ON HUMAN REMAINS
Storage and Transport
LABELING PROCEDURES FROM THE ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM
REHOUSING THE KENNEWICK REMAINS
Associated Artifacts
CONSERVATION CONVERSATION I: GREAT FIND—NOW WHAT?
CONSERVATION CONVERSATION II: CURATION CRISIS
CONSERVATION CONVERSATION III: ONCE A FROZEN MUMMY, ALWAYS A FROZEN MUMMY
ASSOCIATED FUNERARY OBJECTS: RELIGIOUS VOTIVES
A CASE STUDY: COLONIALISM AND THE RETURN OF SARAH BAARTMAN
LINNAEUS AND THE ORIGINS OF TYPOLOGY
Associated Records: The Kennewick Project
Multidisciplinary Research Teams
Fieldwork
Bernardo Arriaza
The Law ofHuman Remains and Burials
Respect for the Dead, Respect for the Living
ITCA Cultural Resources Working Group, 1983
The Body in the Museum
Laura S. Phillips and Linda Roundhill
VIEWS ON DISPLAYING HUMAN REMAINS
Afterword
Index
About the Editors and Contributors
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Human Remains: Guide for Museums and Academic Institutions

Human Remains: Guide for Museums and Academic Institutions

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This edited volume contains valuable information for museums and academic institutions concerning the care and conservation of human remains. The editors provide all the essential information required concerning the curation of human remains, from oft posed ethical questions to storage and transport issues. Jam-packed with references, this collection is up to date and is a must have resource. This volume should be required reading for institutions with osteology collections, as well as scholars and students. With a foreword by Brian Fagan.
This edited volume contains valuable information for museums and academic institutions concerning the care and conservation of human remains. The editors provide all the essential information required concerning the curation of human remains, from oft posed ethical questions to storage and transport issues. Jam-packed with references, this collection is up to date and is a must have resource. This volume should be required reading for institutions with osteology collections, as well as scholars and students. With a foreword by Brian Fagan.

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