A New Approach to War Crime Investigation

Monday, April 9, 2018
War Crimes Trials and Investigations
War Crimes Trials and Investigations
Dr Mary Elisabeth Cox's research, 'The Application of Anthropometrics to Identify & Assess War Crimes' was included in the recently published book War Crimes Trials and Investigations edited by Jonathan Waterlow and Jacques Schuhmacher.

Dr Mary Elisabeth Cox, a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and a junior research fellow at Brasenose College at the University of Oxford, has published a new study as part of a multidisciplinary group focused on war crimes studies based at the University of Oxford.

 

Her essay, "The Application of Anthropometrics to Identify & Assess War Crimes," was included in the recently published book War Crimes Trials and Investigations, edited by Jonathan Waterlow and Jacques Schuhmacher. Cox used Hoover's collections related to Armenia to expand current understandings of the ways in which Armenian people suffered during WWI and the extent to which they experienced physical malnourishment.