“Folk” exhibit – Easy extractions?

Ageliki Lefkaditou

Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology

ReDig workshop 2

Ageliki Lefkaditou presents how extractions of the public were done in the form of research to define racial differences. Photo: TIK-UiO

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Ageliki Lefkaditou explains that this camera, from the beginning of 1990s, was used by researchers to capture facial photographs of people, mostly soldiers. The photographs would them be used to study physiological differences of faces. Photo: TIK-UiO

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The FOLK exhibition explores the interactions between science, society and culture and points to the profound consequences of scientific racism on whole societies and the lives of individuals. Photo: TIK-UiO

 

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Visit the exibition: From racial typology to DNA sequencing

 

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