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Anthropology of race : genes, biology, and culture / edited by John Hartigan
Santa Fe : School for Advanced Research Press, c2013
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  GN269 .A55 2013    DUE 09-21-14 OFF CAMPUS
Subject(s) Race
Human population genetics
Human genome
Physical Description x, 246 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Knowing race / John Hartigan -- Race, biology, and culture: rethinking the connections / Clarence C. Gravlee -- Toppling typologies: develomental pasticity and the environmental oriigins of human biological variation / Christopher W. Kuzawa and Zaneta M. Thayer -- Toward a cybernetics of race: determinism and plasticity in ideological and biological systems / Ron Eglash -- Observations on the tenacity of racial concepts in genetics research / Linda M. Hunt and Nicole Truesdell -- Genomics research and race: refining clams about essentialism / Pamela L. Sankar -- Looking for race in the Mexican "Book of life": INMEGEN and the Mexican genome project / John Hartigan -- The political economy of personalized medicine, health disparities, and race -- Sandra Soo-Jin Lee -- The aimless genome / Jeffrey C. Long -- Conclusion: anthropology of race / John Hartigan
NOTE 537786
Series School for Advanced Research advanced seminar series
Alternate Author Hartigan, John, 1964-

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