With such a controversial topic, steeped in centuries of damaging practice, it was odd that Fabian tried to remain neutral. The inclusion of quotation marks around scientific racism gives the impression that this is a debatable topic, when it is not.
As part of the Head Hunters series, I asked some brilliant anthro friends to write reviews for a couple of books that deal with the issue of anthropologists and our history and relationships with skulls. Review by Danamarie Donatelli, Anthropologist and Researcher Contributor Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found by Frances Larson. New […]Read More