We are not Alone: Legacies of Eugenics displayed at the British Society of the History of Medicine Congress held in Cardiff (13-16 September 2023). Professor Marius Turda offered a plenary talk, chaired by Dr Peter Carpenter.
The motion on the detention of ‘the socially maladjusted’ discussed initiated by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has now been translated into Romanian and published in the New Journal of Human Rights (Noua Revista de Drepturile Omului) alongside Professor Marius Turda’s commentary.
The exhibition ‘We are not Alone’: Legacies of Eugenics was on display at the International Congress of Psychiatrists held in Liverpool between 10 and 13 July 2023.
Professor Marius Turda and the British Psychological Society (BPS), through its Challenging Histories Group, organised and hosted a symposium at the 18th European Congress of Psychology on July 4th, 2023 which explored the legacies of eugenics in psychology, past and present.
The ‘We Are Not Alone’ exhibition on the legacies of eugenics is now featured on the British Psychological Society’s website and in the society’s journal, The Psychologist.
On 22 March 2023 Professor Marius Turda participated as an expert in a meeting organised by the Council of Europe’s Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development. A motion regarding the detention of the ‘socially maladjusted’ was put forward by the said Committee and approved by the Parliamentary Assembly. Mr Stefan Schennach was assigned as the rapporteur.
Photos courtesy of Torsten Hjelmar, The European Times
The exhibition ‘We are not Alone’: Legacies of Eugenics will be on display at Harvard Countway Library from 18 April to September 2023. How to register for the opening here:
The exhibition ‘We are not Alone’: Legacies of Eugenics‘ is now a permanent feature of the ‘Lucian Blaga’ University Library, one of the most popular public spaces in Sibiu (Transylvania).