Daniel Strand

Daniel Strand holds a Ph.D. in History of Ideas and is employed at the Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism at Uppsala University. He is one of the researchers in ‘Code, Narrative History‘, a critical investigation into the current practices of ancient DNA research in Europe and the United States.


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Genetics, race and the methodology of differentiation

Whilst twenty-first century research into molecular genetics seemed to promise an end to outmoded racial stereotypes and typologies, it actually managed to revive discussions about biological differences among a number of geneticists. On the DNA of these debates and their implications for the future.

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