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Forensic Anthropology Lecture: Scott C. Warnasch
Applied Anthropology Guest Lecture of the Year
Room 3103, Anthropology Lab
October 16, 2019
Scott C. Warnasch is an educator and professional forensic archaeologist, who served as a member of the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner's (OCME) Forensic Anthropology Unit and was Senior Anthropologist of the OCME's World Trade Center Operations, directing the extensive victims' remains recovery excavations conducted at the World Trade Center site.
He is currently working on his first book, American Mummies: The Industrial Birth of the Eternal Dead, about his research into the lives of three mid-19th century iron coffin mummies he has discovered, including the subject of the PBS series Secrets of the Dead episode, "The Woman in the Iron Coffin."