CERN Colloquium

Legacies of racism and sexism in science (COPYRIGHT © 2022)

by Angela Saini (Science Journalist & Author | New York)

Europe/Zurich
503/1-001 - Council Chamber (CERN)

503/1-001 - Council Chamber

CERN

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Description

At the birth of modern Western science, there were deep-rooted prejudices around race and gender that went on to influence theories and research into human difference.

Science journalist Angela Saini explores the devastating history of these ideas, and the legacies they have left in modern-day biology and medicine.

In the search for a more accurate way of understanding human variation, she argues that more needs to be done to interrogate the way humans are classified.

NB: ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, slides protected and recording not available anylonger.

Organized by

James Gillies

Videoconference
CERN Colloquium - 7 July
Zoom Meeting ID
64152117961
Host
James Gillies
Alternative host
Pascal Pignereau
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44676613
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