Marilyn R. London
- Lecturer in Anthropology
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
Forensic anthropology, skeletal analysis.
An expert in the analysis and documentation of human skeletal remains. Works in the National Museum of Natural History and serves as a forensic anthropologist for the U.S. Departments of Defense and of Health and Human Services.
For Ms. London's CV, please contact her directly.
M.A. 1979, University of New Mexico
B.A. 1977, The George Washington University
2004 Selig, R.O., M.R. London, and P. Ann Kaupp (eds.), Anthropology Explored: The Best of Smithsonian AnthroNotes, 2nd edition (revised and expanded). Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution.
Selected Articles and Book Chapters
1998 London, M.R. and D.W. Owsley. Anatomy Manual, to accompany The Smithsonian SmartLabs™ Anatomy Lab (ages 8-12). West Hempstead, NY: Natural Sciences Industries, Ltd.
1997 London, M.R., F.J. Krolikowski, and J.H. Davis. "Burials at sea." In Forensic Taphonomy: The Post-Mortem Fate of Human Remains, W.D. Haglund and M.H. Sorg, eds. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, pp. 615-622.
Director, Forensic Aviation Archaeology in Austria field program, which surveys and investigates previously located aircraft crash sites from the Second World War.
To see syllabi, click on the course title.
Anth 3406/6491: Advanced Human Osteology
Last updated March 2, 2017