ANNOUNCING H-Eugenics: H-Net Network on The History of Eugenics
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The purpose of H-Eugenics is to provide a forum for the discussion of the history of eugenics. This includes discussion of primary and secondary sources related to the history of eugenics; discussion or debate on specific aspects of the history of eugenics as they occur to list participants; ideas for books, articles, courses, or other scholarly projects on the history of eugenics; reviews of books and other scholarly literature related to the history of eugenics; and discussion of the relationship of 21st century biomedical procedures and genetic modification to eugenics ( i.e., “neo-eugenics”).
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