Race, travel, time, heritage

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    This is itself evidence that an appeal to ‘science’ in itself is not enough to eliminate racism – witness, for example, Nicholas Wade’s recent and much-lambasted ‘genetic’ promotion of racialized hierarchies (Wade, 2014).

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Cohen, J., Steel, K. Race, travel, time, heritage. Postmedieval 6, 98–110 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1057/pmed.2014.39

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