Just please make sure to stay in word limit!
Huffer, D., CHappell, D., Charlton, N., & Spatola, B.F. (2019) Bones of contention: The online trade in archaeological, ethnographic and anatomical human remains on social media platforms. In: Hufnagel, S. & Chappell, D. (eds.) The Palgrave handbook on Art Crime (pp. 527-556). Palgrave Macmillan.
Huffer, D., Guerreiro, A., & Graham, S. (2021). Osteological assessment of a seized shipment of modified human crania: Implications for Dayak cultural heritage preservation and the global human remains trade. Journal of Borneo-Kalimantan, 7(1), 67–93.
Submit a summary each for Huffer et al. (2019) and Huffer et al. (2021). Each summary should start with the article title and end with at least one question or discussion point. These do not count toward the word limit. The main content of a summary should include the key points or arguments of the article (not simply a list of headings or sections). Construct your sentences carefully to make your summary informative and comprehensive. Use your own sentences and NEVER just tweak the publish abstracts. Each summary should be between 120 and 150 words (single spaced). Put both summaries on one Word document.