Participants and paper titles (by invitation only):
- Jenny Bangham
"Blood groups and the rhetoric of ‘neutrality’ in mid-twentieth century human genetics"
- Hallvard Fossheim
"Population studies and the ethics of representativeness"
- Kriti Kapila
"Indi-gene: On Some Locations of Culture in Contemporary India"
- Emma Kowal and Joanna Radin
"Exceptional and fundamental: Indigenous people in human biology and postcolonial science"
- Jon Røyne Kyllingstad
"Constructions of biological difference between Sami and Non-Sami Scandinavians (1930-2000)"
- Åsa M. Larsson
"In our bones? Genetics, archaeology and the search for ancestors in Scandinavia"
- Ageliki Lefkaditou
"From Calipers to Sequencers: Physical Anthropology in Greece and the Construction of Racial and National Identity, 1950’s to present"
"Race, Region and Time: Or the forensic presence of the past"
"Human variation: A biosocial perspective"
- Katharina Schramm
"What is (in) a Population? Scientific and Political Representations in South Africa"
Edna Maria Suárez-Díaz
"Race, ethnicity and populations in post-revolutionary Mexico"
Ricardo Ventura Santos
"Indians, mestizos and shades of “primitiveness”: Human biological diversity research in Brazil in the post World War II period"