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).
On Friday 23 September 2022 Marius Turda was in London at UCL’s Faculty of Education.
Together with Dr Nazlin Bhimani, he opened the mini-exhibition on ‘Eugenics and Education’, part of the larger ‘We are not Alone: Legacies of Eugenics’ exhibition.
One year after its opening at the Wiener Holocaust Library ‘We are not Alone’: Legacies of Eugenics exhibition returns to London, at the Royal College of Psychiatrists. This prestigious institution will host the exhibition until February 2023.
On 29 June 2022 the exhibition ‘We are not alone’: Legacies of Eugenics travels to Iași at the National Atheneum.
After Warsaw, the exhibition “We are not Alone”: Legacies of Eugenics travels to Stockholm. The exhibition is open during a major conference on Romani studies hosted by Södertörn University between 18-20 May 2022.
On 27 April 2022 the exhibition “We are not alone”: Legacies of Eugenics travels to Poland at the Museum of the University of Warsaw.
On 31 March 2022 the exhibition “We are not alone”: Legacies of Eugenics travels to Cluj at the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography
Professor Marius Turda’s interview with the Romanian National Television occasioned by the opening of the exhibition “We are not alone“: Legacies of Eugenics in Bucharest, 29 September 2021.