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Genetics and Education

These resources focus on the ethics underlying how researchers practice their science inclusive of the ethics of sampling, capacity building, community engagement, ‘parachute’ (extractive) science, and ethics review (IRB). These resources are not exclusively about research on living humans, but also include the implications for genetic research involving Ancestors (e.g. ancient DNA, sediment DNA, and archaeogenetics) and nonhuman primates.


Donovan 2022 Ending genetic essentialism through genetics education


    Want to teach eugenics history in your genetics class? Advice and resources to take the leap!


    The CLEAR lab’s model, although not specifically anthropology, is a really good resource illustrating how to set up decolonial lab space and create a more just scientific practice: CLEAR Lab Notebook 

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