Bones, Ghosts and Human Rights: How Science Can Further Justice

A public lecture by Luis Fondebrider, recorded at the University of Saskatchewan on February 10, 2014

Luis Fondebrider teaches in the Department of Legal Medicine at the University of Buenos Aires. He is President of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team and has been involved in international tribunals on political violence and human rights, focusing on the use of forensic anthropology in identifying victims of mass violence, in over forty countries in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe.

Sponsored by the Department of History.
Funded by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity, College of Arts and Science, Humanities Research Unit, the Vice-President Research, and the CRC in Medical History; with the support of Departments of Psychology, Anthropology and Archeology, Political Studies, Sociology, Community Health and Epidemiology, and English. Jon Bath, the Director of the Humanities and Fine Arts Digital Research Centre, edited the film.

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