Clea Koff

Clea Koff, M.A., 2000

Clea recently published The Bone Woman: A Forensic Anthropologist' Search for Truth in the Graves of Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo. Her work was profiled in the New York Times and she is doing a book tour through her publisher Random House. Click here to visit Clea's homepage and here for a synopsis of her work at the Random House web site.

Erin Kimmerle

Erin Kimmerle, M.A., 1999

Erin Kimmerele is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. Her department profile can be viewed online. Erin graduated from our program with her masters degree in 1999 and entered the internationally respected forensic anthropology program at the University of Tennessee to pursue her doctorate. Prior to entering our department and during her doctoral work at Tennessee Erin had extensive experience in Kosovo and elsewhere in the former Yugoslavia excavating mass graves for the United Nations. In 2003 she became a fellow for the Committee for Human Rights of the American Anthropological Association. As Chief Anthropologist for the forensic team of the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Kimmerle led the 2000 and 2001 field missions in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Using this case, Kimmerle prepared a report for the CfHR website on the role of anthropology in analyzing physical evidence of war crimes and genocide entitled "Cause of Death: The Role of Anthropology in the Enforcement of Human Rights" published on the Association's web site:

Kirby Moss

Kirby Moss, M.A., 1997

Kirby received his doctorate at the University of Texas in 2001 as is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Colorado at Boulder. He just published The Color of Class: Poor Whites and the Paradox of Privilege through the University of Pennsylvania Press. His homepage is