Forensic anthropologist Clea Koff talks about her career, which unites her expertise in studying human remains with her passion for human rights. She has worked in Rwanda, Kosovo, and elsewhere, identifying victims of genocide.


  • Clea Koff forensic anthropologist who has worked on seven missions for the UN War Crimes Tribunal.

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