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Richard Forsyth

BA, BSc, MA, PhD
Sessional Lecturer
Department: 
Sociology and Anthropology
Education: 
BA (Brock)
BSc (Guelph)
MA, PhD (Toronto)

Richard Forsyth joined the anthropology faculty in 2006 after retiring to PEI from the University of Lethbridge Community College where he taught forensic anthropology, anatomy and nutrition. He teaches forensic anthropology, archaeology and physical anthropology and is the co-director of the Archaeology Field School at Greenwich for 2008. He is also the consulting forensic anthropologist for the RCMP on PEI and is an active participant in PEI Ground Search and Rescue (RCMP).

Forensic anthropology, archaeology, physical and cultural anthropology, archaeology field school. Forensic anthropologist for RCMP (PEI). Interests: burials, Island archaeology (Scottish and Maritime) and African archaeology, human palaeontology and comparative anatomy.

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