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 ‘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.
Read the review of the exhibition ‘We are not Alone’: Legacies of Eugenics published in The Lancet (17 February 2023)
Read Marius’ latest article on colonialism and eugenics in Central and Eastern Europe (co-authored with Bolaji Balogun) here:
Read Marius Turda’s latest article “Legacies of eugenics: confronting the past, forging a future“.
Read Marius Turda and Benedict Ipgrave’s co-authored article: “From small beginnings: to build an anti-eugenic future“
published in The Lancet, vol. 399, issue 10339, May 21, 2022, pp. 1934-1935.
Read Marius Turda’s latest article, dealing with eugenics and anti-Roma racism (in Romanian):
Published 14 February 2022
Published by Bloomsbury Academic, Vols 1-6 of A Cultural History of Race, November 4. Edited by Marius Turda, Director of the Centre for Medical Humanities, Oxford Brookes University, UK
A Cultural History of Race
How have definitions of race varied and changed over the past 2,500 years? What impact have religion, science and politics had on race, and our concept of it, throughout history?
61 experts, 60 chapters and over 1,700 pages explore the cultural evolution of race in relation to social, political and environmental thought from c. 500 BCE to the present day.