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Archaeology in Areas of Conflict
AEFS will not normally consider for publication research that has been undertaken in occupied territory and its contiguous waters as defined by the United Nations, unless that research is required to safeguard, record or preserve at-risk archaeological heritage of the occupied territory, or when permission of the acknowledged national authorities of the occupied territory has been obtained by the researcher. In forensic cases, archaeologists may be helping in a humanitarian capacity including finding and identifying missing persons in occupied areas.
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Jusseret, Simon. Earthquake Archaeology: A Future in Ruins? . Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 277-296, feb. 2015. ISSN 2051-3437. doi:10.1558/jca.v1i2.20487.
Alterauge, Amelie; Providoli, Sophie; Moghaddam, Negahnaz; Lösch, Sandra. Death in the Ice: Re-investigations of the Remains from the Theodul Glacier (Switzerland) . Journal of Glacial Archaeology, [S.l.], v. 2, p. 35-50, may. 2016. ISSN 2050-3407. doi:10.1558/jga.v2i1.27232.
The Public Archeology of DeathEdited by Howard Williams, et al