JAIC 2004, Volume 43, Number 3, Article 2 (pp. 227 to 236)
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JAIC 2004, Volume 43, Number 3, Article 2 (pp. 227 to 236)

CONNECTIVE TISSUES: ETHICAL GUIDELINES FOR BIOHISTORICAL RESEARCH

NANCY BUENGER




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AUTHOR INFORMATION

NANCY BUENGER completed her postgraduate diploma in textile conservation at the Courtauld Institute, University of London, and graduate internships at the Ancient Monuments Laboratory, English Heritage, and the Field Museum of Natural History. Currently, she is finishing her Ph.D. in American history at the University of Chicago and is a historical consultant at the Chicago Historical Society, where she was a staff conservator from 1992 to 2001. She is co-principal investigator of the ISLAT-CHS grant project to develop ethical guidelines for biohistorical research. Address: Collections and Research Division, Chicago Historical Society, Clark St. at North Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60614; buenger@uchicago.edu


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