Detecting Forgery reveals the complete arsenal of forensic techniques used to detect forged handwriting and alterations in documents and to identify the authorship of disputed writings. Joe Nickell looks at famous cases such as Clifford Irving's qautobiographyq of Howard Hughes and the Mormon papers of document dealer Mark Hoffman, as well as cases involving works of art. Detecting Forgery is a fascinating introduction to the growing field of forensic document examination and forgery detection.William M. Hagen is an associate professor of English at Oklahoma Baptist University where he heads the department and ... Kenneth R. Hey is chairman of the film department at Brooklyn College and teaches courses in history, theory, and criticism. He has lectured and written on topics in American studies and film and has published essays in American Quarterly, ... Leonard J. Leff teaches screenwriting and film aesthetics in the Department of English at Oklahoma State University.
|Title||:||Hollywood As Historian|
|Author||:||Peter C. Rollins|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 2015-02-05|