Read Marius’ interview with the Museum of Bucharest, following the opening of the exhibition ‘Science and Ethnicity III’ on 18 December 2022. http://muzeulbucurestiului.ro/interviu-cu-marius-turda/Keep reading
The exhibition ‘Science and Ethnicity III: From Soviet ‘Race Science’ to Romanian Anthropology moves to the Museum of Bucharest on 19 December 2022.Keep reading
Watch Marius describe his new project on the history of communism in Romania. In conversation with Sorin Antohi (in Romanian), Museum of Bucharest, 11 November 2022.Keep reading
Watch Marius’ plenary lecture to the 1st International Congress on Humanities, Society and Identity, University of Warsaw, 9 December 2022.Keep reading
A new exhibition devoted to the re-emergence of physical anthropology and human genetics in communist Romania opens in Bucharest at the Romanian Academy’s Institute of History ‘N. Iorga’ on 11 November 2022. It is generously sponsored by the Romanian Government’s Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER).Keep reading
The exhibition ‘We are not alone’: Legacies of Eugenics, hosted by the Royal College of Psychiatrists until February 2023, draws attention to the complicated relationship between eugenics and psychiatry during the first half of the twentieth century. This blog post highlights some aspects of this relationship, while reflecting on the importance of coming to terms…Keep reading
Prominent British psychiatrists remained attached to eugenics after 1945. This blog post gives particular attention to the views of three psychiatrists active during the post-war period: D. K. Henderson, C. P. Blacker and Eliot Slater. In so doing it also contributes to the ongoing, larger discussion that is taking place regarding to the intertwined legacies…Keep reading
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