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Patricia Lambert-Zazulak

, art, archaeology, language, classics, theology, Bible studies, eugenics, pharmacology and even the history of circuses and showmanship. The resulting response to the tissue bank’s initial survey was huge, and remains were located as far apart and in such unexpected places as Iceland and India. Collections varied from very large groups of hundreds of individuals excavated prior to the creation of Lake Nasser (Van Gerven 1981) to just a single finger, probably collected for its ring. Canopic jars were found in art collections; and anatomical curiosities, such as a

in Mummies, magic and medicine in ancient Egypt
Jette Sandahl

determined inequality and provides a rationale for slavery, colonialism, segregation, eugenics, and terror’, and encourages the interrogation of structural racism, also as it is manifested in this age of ‘colour blindness’.29 Studies and surveys conducted by the AAA have revealed anthropology as one of ‘the least integrated disciplines’, and documented the race avoidance, denial and marginalisation of scholars of colour enacted by anthropology departments, and the ‘massive differences in perception of whether racism and white supremacy are at play’.30 Within the USA (art

in Curatopia