Mengele’s Skull - The Advent of a Forensic Aesthetics
|Author||T. Keenan; E. Weizman|
|Status||out of print|
In 1985, the body of Josef Mengele, one of the last Nazi war criminals still at large, was unearthed in Brazil. The ensuing process of identifying the bones in question opened up what can now be seen as a third narrative in war crime investigations—not that of the document or the witness but rather the birth of a forensic approach to understanding war crimes and crimes against humanity.
|88 p, ills colour & bw, 11 x 17 cm, pb, English|