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Published articles and chapters

Claire Moon (2018) ‘Politics, deathwork and the rights of the dead’, Humanity, 9 November.

Claire Moon (2017) ‘The biohistory of atrocity and the social life of human remains’ in Christopher M. Stojanowski and William N. Duncan (eds.) Studies in Forensic Biohistory: Anthropological Perspectives (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press): 267-287.

Claire Moon (2016) ‘Human rights, human remains: Forensic humanitarianism and the human rights of the dead’, International Social Science Journal, 65/215-216: 49-63.

Claire Moon (2013) ‘Interpreters of the dead: Forensic knowledge, human remains and the politics of the past’, Social and Legal Studies, 22/2: 149-169.

papers

Claire Moon (2018) ‘Fear and denial in the research of atrocities’. Exeter University and Manchester Metropolitan University, 13 July. 

Claire Moon (2018) ‘Last rights: the human rights of the dead’. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 14-15 June. 

Claire Moon and Javier Treviño-Rangel (2018) ‘Delusions and lies: death denial in Mexico’s war on drugs’. Bath University, 8-9 June. 

Claire Moon (2018) ‘Last rights: forensic deathwork and the human rights of the dead’. Edinburgh University, 11 May. 

Claire Moon (2018) ‘Last Rights’. Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Aguascalientes, Mexico, 2 March. 

Claire Moon (2017) ‘Human rights, human remains’. Aberystwyth University, 10 October.

Claire Moon (2017) ‘The human rights of the dead: a brief sketch’. London School of Economics, March 22. 

Claire Moon (2017) ‘Ventriloquists of the object world: forensics and the art of making the dead speak’. Queen’s University, Belfast, January 9. 

Claire Moon (2015) ‘“The bones started telling their stories”: Forensic humanitarianism and the art of making the dead speak’. London School of Economics, December 4.

Claire Moon (2015) ‘The politics of the grave: forensic humanitarianism in political transition’. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Glasgow,15-17 April. 

Claire Moon (2015) ‘Forensic interventions into global justice’. Ècole des Hautes Ètudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 26-27 January.

Claire Moon (2015) ‘Forensic humanitarianism: genealogies and implications of a practice’. Social Trends Institute, Barcelona, 8-10 January 2015. 

Claire Moon (2014) ‘Forensic humanitarianism and the politics of the grave’. University of Manchester, 6-7 November. 

Claire Moon (2014) ‘The advent of forensic humanitarianism in the politics of the past’. Newcastle University, 3-4 April. 

Claire Moon (2013) ‘The emergence of forensic anthropology in atrocity investigations’. University of Amsterdam, 22-23 November. 

Claire Moon (2013) ‘Do bones have politics?’. Oxford University, June 11. 

Claire Moon (2013) ‘Interpreters of the dead: forensic knowledge, human remains and the politics of the past’. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, London, 3-5 May.