Below are the following academic literatures and online e-books found at the Harriet Irving Library located in Fredericton, New Brunswick on UNB's campus.
2010. Forensic genetics research progress. New York (NJ): Nova Science. 335p. (e-book)
Bader B D, Gabriel S.
2010. Forensic nursing: a concise manual. Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis. 441p.
Bass W & Jefferson J.
2008. Beyond the Body Farm: a legendary bone detective explores murders, mysteries and the revolution in forensic science. New York (NJ): Harper. 280p.
Ember-Seddon A and Pass A D
2009. Forensic Science. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.
Godwin M G.
2001. Criminal Psychology and forensic technology: a collaborative approach to effect profiling. Boca Raton, (FL): CRC Press. 351p.
Healy W and Healy T M.
1915. Pathological lying, accusation and swindling: a study in forensic psychology. Boston (MA): Little, Brown. 285p. (E-book)
Houck M M.
2007. Forensic Science: modern methods of solving crime. Westport (CT): Praeger Publishers. 165p. (e-book)
Houck M M and Siegel J A.
2006. Fundamentals of forensic science. Amsterdam, Boston: Elsevier/Academic Press.
Kubic T, Petraco N.
2005. Forensic Science laboratory manual and workbook. Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis. 347p.
Tilstone J W, Savage A K & Clark A L.
2006. Forensic Science: an encyclopedia of history, methods and techniques. Santa Barbara (CA): ABC-CLIO. 307p. (e-book)
Fraser J C.
2010: Forensic science: a very short introduction. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
1946. The Murder of Herodes and other trials from the Athenian law courts. London (UK): MacDonald & Co. 239p.
2003. Written in bones: how human remains unlock the secrets of the dead. Toronto (ON): Firefly Books. 192p.
Bass B and Jefferson J.
2004. Death’s acre: inside the legendary ‘ Body farm’. London (UK): Time Warner. 400p.
Black M S, Ferguson E.
2001. Forensic anthropology: 2000 to 2010. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press. 409p.
Blau S & Ubelaker H D.
2009. Handbook of forensic anthropology and archaeology. Walnut Creek (CA): Left Coast Press. 534p.
Brickley M and Ferllini R.
2007. Forensic Anthropology- Case Studies from Europe. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas Publisher. 268p. (e-book)
Burns R K.
1999. Forensic Anthropology Training Manual. 1st edition. Upper Saddle River (NJ): Prentice Hall. 282p.
Burns R K.
2007. Forensic Anthropology Training Manual. 2nd edition. Upper Saddle River (NJ): Prentice Hall. 282p.
2011. Introduction to Forensic Anthropology. 4th edition. Boston (MA): Prentice Hall. 414p.
2012. A Companion to Forensic Anthropology. Malden (MA): Wiley- Blackwell. 716p. (e-book)
1999. Broken bones: anthropological analysis of blunt force trauma. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas Publisher. 273p. (e-book)
Grisbaum A G, Ubelaker H D.
2001. An analysis of forensic anthropology cases submitted to the Smithsonian Institution by the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1962 to 1994. Washington (DC): Smithsonian Institution Press. 14p.
Haglund D W and Sorg H M.
1997. Forensic taphonomy: the postmortem fate of human remains. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press. 636p.
Haglund D W and Sorg H M.
2002. Advances in Forensic Taphonomy: method, theory and archaeological perspectives. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press. 507p.
Holland D T.
1993. Problems and observation related to the forensic identification of human remains repatriated to the United States by Korea. Santa Monica (CA): RAND Corporation. 17p.
Joyce C and Stover E.
1991. Witnesses from the grave: the stories bones tell. Boston (MA):Little, Brown. 333p.
Klepinger L L.
2006. Fundamentals of Forensic Anthropology. Hoboken (NJ): Wiley-Liss. 185p.
2004. The bone woman: a forensic anthropologist’s search for truth in Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo. 1st ed. Toronto (ON): A.A. Knopf Canada. 271p.
Komar A D, Buikstra E J.
2008. Forensic anthropology: contemporary theory and practice. Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press. 353p.
Krogman W and I‘scar W.
1986. The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine. 2nd edition. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas Publisher. 493p. (e-book)
Latham E K, Finnegan M J, Buistra E J, Rhine S.
2010. Age estimation of the human skeleton. Springfield (IL): Charles C. Thomas Publisher. 277p. (e-book)
Manheim H M.
2013. Bone remains: cold cases in forensic anthropology. Baton Rouge (LA): Louisiana State University Press. 123p. (E-book)
Martin L D, Anderson P C.
2014. Bioarchaeological and forensic perspectives on violence: how violent death is interpreted from skeletal remains. New York (NY): Cambridge University Press. 329p.
Morris G A.
2011. Missing & murdered: a personal adventure in forensic anthropology. Cape Town, South Africa: Zebra Press. 249p.
2009. Flesh and bone: an introduction to forensic Anthropology. Durham (NC): Carolina Academic Press. 183p.
2008. Forensic approaches to death, disaster and abuse. Bowen Hill (Qld): Australian Academic Press. 324p. (e-book)
Pickering B P & Bachman C D.
2009. The use of forensic anthropology. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press.194p.
Rathbun A T and Buikstra E J.
1984.Human Identification: case studies in forensic anthropology. Springfield (IL): Thomas.435p.
1998. Bone Voyage: A journey in Forensic Anthropology. 1st ed. Albuquerque (NM): University of New Mexico. 268p.
Schmitt A, Cunha E and Pinheiro J.
2006. Forensic anthropology and medicine: complementary sciences from recovery to cause of death. Totowa (NJ): Humana Press. 464p. (e-book)
Schmidt W C and Symes A S.
2008. The analysis of burned human remains. Boston (MA): Elsevier/Academic. 279p. (E-book)
Steadman W D.
2009. Hard Evidence: Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology. 2nd edition. Upper Saddle River (NJ): Prentice Hall. 336 p.
Stewart T D.
1979. Essentials of Forensic Anthropology, especially as developed in the United States. Springfield (IL): Thomas. 200p.
Tersigni-Tarrant M and Shirley N.
2013. Forensic Anthropology: an introduction. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press. 462p.
1995. Talking bones: the science of forensic anthropology. New York (NY): Facts on File. 132p.
Warren M, Walsh-Haney H, Freas L.
2008. The Forensic Anthropology Laboratory. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press. 221p.
Warren M, Parr N, Zambrano C, Skorpinski K.
2011. Bare bones: a survey of forensic anthropology. 2nd ed. Dubuque(IA): Kendall Hunt Pub Co. 303p.
YaŞar iŞcan M.
1989. Age markers in the human skeleton. Springfield (IL): Charles C.Thomas. 359p.
Adams J A and Byrd E J,
2008. Recovery, analysis and identification of commingled human remains. Totowa (NJ): Humana. 374p. (E-book)
Bennett A K.
1993. A field guide for human skeletal identification. Springfield (IL): C.C. Thomas. 113p.
Boddington A, Garland A N and Janaway R.
1987. Death, Decay and reconstruction: Approaches to Archaeology and Forensic Science. Manchester (UK): Manchester University Press. 249p.
Brothwell R D.
1981. Digging up bones: the excavation, treatment and study of human skeletal remains. 3rd edition. London (UK): British Museum (Natural History). 208p.
Connor A M.
2007. Forensic Methods: Excavation for the Archaeologist and Investigator. Lanham (MD): Mira Press. 249p.
Dupras L T, Schultz J J, Wheeler M S and Williams J L.
2006. Forensic Recovery of human remains: archaeological approaches. Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis. 232p.
2007. Forensic Archaeology and Human Rights Violations. Springfield(IL): Charles C Thomas Publisher. 320p.
Films Media Group.
2009. Forensic Field Techniques for Human Remains. Lawrenceville (NJ): McIntyre Media. (E-Video)
Gould A R.
2007. Disaster Archaeology. Salt Lake City (UT): University of Utah Press. 253p.
Hunter J and Cox M.
2005. Forensic Archaeology: advances in theory and practice. London (UK): Routledge. 233p.
Baker B, Dupras L T and Tocheri W M.
2005. The Osteology of Infants and Children. College Station (TX): Texas A & M University Press. 178p.
Cox M and Mays S.
2000. Human Osteology: in archaeology and forensic science. 1st edition. London (UK): Greenwich Medical Media. 552p. (E-book)
DiGangi A E and Moore K M.
2013. Research methods in human skeletal biology. Boston (MA): Academic Press. 552p. (E-book)
1996. Dental Anthropology. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. 373p.
Irish D J and Nelson C G.
2008. Technique and application in dental anthropology. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. 456p.
1999. Stories from the skeleton: behavioral reconstruction in human osteology. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach. 329p.
Reichs K and Bass M W.
1998. Forensic osteology: advances in the identification of human remains. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas. 567p. (e-book)
Scott R G and Irish D J.
2013. Anthropological Perspectives on Tooth Morphology: genetics, evolution, variation. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press.559p.
Scott R G and Turner II G C.
1997. The anthropology of modern human teeth: dental morphology and variation in recent human populations. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. 382p.
Steele G D.
1988. The Anatomy and Biology of the Human Skeleton. 1st edition. College Station (TX): Texas A & M University Press. 291p.
White D T, Black T M and Folken A P.
2012. Human Osteology. 3rd edition. San Diego (CA): Academic Press. 455p.
White D T and Folkens A P.
2005. The human bone manual. Boston (MA): Elsevier Academic. 464p.
George M R.
2007. Facial Geometry: Graphic facial Analysis for Forensic Artists. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas Publisher. 97p. (E-book)
1995. Who’s who in skulls: Ethnic Identification of Crania from Measurement. Cambridge (UK): Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University. 108p.
Lohman G T, Roche F A and Martorell R.
1988. Anthropometric Standardization Reference Manual. Champaign (IL): Human Kinetics Books. 177p.
Prag J and Neave R.
1997. Making Faces: Using Forensic and Archaeological Evidence. College Station (TX): Texas A & M University Press. 256p.
2004. Forensic Facial Reconstruction. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. 290 p.
Katzenbury A M and Saunders R S.
2000. Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton. 1st edition. New York (NY): Wiley. 504p.
Katzenbury A M and Saunders R S.
2008. Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton. 2nd edition. New York (NY): Wiley. 504p.
Lewis E M.
2007. The bioarchaeology of children: perspectives from biological and forensic anthropology. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press.255p.