Life and work of Clea M. Koff, a forensic anthropologist who worked for the UN War Crimes Tribunal in Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo.
The Bone Woman
Official website with information on her book, publication dates, calendar of readings and talks, extensive list of links to published reviews, interviews and articles, and contacts for media enquires.
The Guardian: Clues and Corpses
Review of the scientists book 'The Bone Woman' by Phil Whitaker.
JUSTWATCH-L archives -- October 2001
Email of the scientist talking about her feelings after watching Michael Montgomery's 'Burning the Evidence' report on NPR.
LitNet: No secret too big
Interview with the scientist about her work and her book 'The Bone Woman'.
Missing Persons Identification Resource Center (MPID)
A tax-exempt organization serving families and friends of missing persons founded by the scientist.
NOW with Bill Moyers
Short biography and link to a video clip of an interview with the scientist.
STANFORD Magazine: March/April 2005
Article about the life and work of the scientist by Laura Shin.
ABC News: 'Bone Woman' Digs Up Remains to Foil Killers
Article about the scientist and her missing persons program 'Missing Persons Identification Resource Center (MPID)'. (July 16, 2005)
Raising the Dead
Article by Claire Scobie about the anthropologist, how her work influenced her life and about her autobiographical book. Includes interview with the scientist. (May 23, 2004)
BBC - Radio 4 - Woman's Hour
Link to an audio file of an interview with the scientist. (April 15, 2004)
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