Open to all attendees

HHRRC Clyde Snow Documentary

Tuesday, February 20, 2024
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
CCC 301

The FSF and HHRRC are pleased to offer AAFS attendees a special viewing of El Equipo, a documentary focusing on legendary anthropologist and AAFS Fellow Dr. Clyde Snow and his work with Latin American forensic students investigating disappearances in Argentina during the "dirty war."

Film Description: Legendary U.S. anthropologist Dr. Clyde Snow sets out to train a new group of Latin American students in the use of forensic anthropology. Their goal: to investigate disappearances in Argentina during the "dirty war." The group expands its horizons, traveling to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Mexico, doggedly working behind the scenes to establish the facts for the families of the victims.

Documentary Information


HHRRC Poster Session

Tuesday, February 20, 2024
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
CCC 301

The Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center (HHRRC) of the Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF), with support from the National Institute of Justice's Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCOE), provides needed resources and support to apply modern forensic science to global humanitarian and human rights projects. This Humanitarian and Human Rights Poster Session is an open meeting where attendees can learn about the application of forensic science to investigate humanitarian and human rights injustices. Information will be available at


Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD
Director, Forensic Anthropology Center
University of Tennessee 
Knoxville, TN


Jeri D. Ropero-Miller, PhD
AAFS Past President (2021-2022) 
FTCOE Project Director
RTI International
Research Triangle Park, NC

Posters Being Presented:

"They Are Our Parents" – Applications of Forensic Anthropology in Identifying Victims of Operation Condor in Paraguay
Katelyn L. Bolhofner; Adriana Sartorio; Rogelio Goiburú

Hair and Natural Textiles as Detectors for Chlorine Gas Exposure
Jack Hietpas; Ethan Groves; Skip Palenik; Christopher S. Palenik

Developing an Isoscape for Human Provenance: Pilot Study Results on the Effect of Formaldehyde on Strontium Isotope Values
Lawrence Hill; Craig Adam Keyes; Stephen Fonseca; Lucinda Evert; Desiré Brits

Disaster Management for Migrant Death in Maverick County, Texas
Molly A. Kaplan; Courtney Siegert; Ivanna Robledo; Chloe P. McDaneld; Victoria Soto; Kate Spradley

"We Will Never Stop Looking": Utilizing Family Reference Samples Collected in Latin America to Identify Migrant Remains Found Along the United States/Mexico Border
Jason De León; Perla Torres; Austin Shipman

Forensic Isotope Analysis in Colombia: Capacity-Building Through Research and Education
Tiffany B. Saul; Natalia Angélica Camacho Torres

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