Harrell Gill-King | Department of Biological Sciences

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Harrell Gill-King

Harrell Gill-King
Professor and Director of Institute of Forensic Anthropology & Human Evolution
Dr. Gill-King's research interests include forensic biology and anthropology.


  • Doctor of Philosophy in anthroplogy, Southern Methodist University
  • Master of Arts in anthropology, Southern Methodist University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Southern Methodist University


Gill-King's specific research projects are in the following topics:

  • Human identification
  • Skeletal biology
  • Taphonomy
  • Human evolution
  • Comparitive primate biochemistry


  • 1990, Cultural Anthroplogy
  • 1984, What to Do About Bones: Retrieval and Processing of Human Skeletal Remains-A Field Manual for Crime Scene Professionals
  • 1980, Introduction to Anthropology

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