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#26 Professor Elizabeth Weiss. Anthropologist from San Jose State University currently locked out of a collection of bones.

April 21, 2022 Magnus Toren, host Season 1 Episode 26
#26 Professor Elizabeth Weiss. Anthropologist from San Jose State University currently locked out of a collection of bones.
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#26 Professor Elizabeth Weiss. Anthropologist from San Jose State University currently locked out of a collection of bones.
Apr 21, 2022 Season 1 Episode 26
Magnus Toren, host

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Magnus in a conversation with Professor and author Elizabeth Weiss from San Jose State Department of Anthropology.

Magnus reached out to the faculty at Anthropology Dept. and received no response or a response saying "I decline" with a referral to the "University Media Dept." who said "the university is unable to comment at this time."

Remarkable considering the importance of this for academic freedom.

BACK! On Twitter = Good News!


Read: Indigenous Activists Are Targeting My Research. My Own University Is Helping Them
Read:
https://www.nas.org/academic-questions/36/4/stanford-academic-freedom-conference
Read: https://historyreclaimed.co.uk/repatriation-of-artefacts-a-recipe-for-disaster/
Read: There’s no such thing as a nonbinary skeleton
Watch: Combatting Cancel Culture
Watch: https://historyreclaimed.co.uk/webinar-indigenous-slavery-in-america-and-america/
Read:  Anthropology prof loses Twitter account after woke pushback

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Here are links to some papers of interest in the context:
Homeschooling: A Tool Against Indoctrination, by Elizabeth Weiss
Statement on Human Remains
Open Letter to University Press of Florida
An Open Letter to the SAA President, Board of Directors and Executive Director
Review of Jennifer Raff's, A Genetic History of the Americas
Elizabeth Weiss' Response regarding a photo with a skull
Weiss vs San Jose State  - Complaint

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Magnus in a conversation with Professor and author Elizabeth Weiss from San Jose State Department of Anthropology.

Magnus reached out to the faculty at Anthropology Dept. and received no response or a response saying "I decline" with a referral to the "University Media Dept." who said "the university is unable to comment at this time."

Remarkable considering the importance of this for academic freedom.

BACK! On Twitter = Good News!


Read: Indigenous Activists Are Targeting My Research. My Own University Is Helping Them
Read:
https://www.nas.org/academic-questions/36/4/stanford-academic-freedom-conference
Read: https://historyreclaimed.co.uk/repatriation-of-artefacts-a-recipe-for-disaster/
Read: There’s no such thing as a nonbinary skeleton
Watch: Combatting Cancel Culture
Watch: https://historyreclaimed.co.uk/webinar-indigenous-slavery-in-america-and-america/
Read:  Anthropology prof loses Twitter account after woke pushback

>>>>>>>>>>>>

Here are links to some papers of interest in the context:
Homeschooling: A Tool Against Indoctrination, by Elizabeth Weiss
Statement on Human Remains
Open Letter to University Press of Florida
An Open Letter to the SAA President, Board of Directors and Executive Director
Review of Jennifer Raff's, A Genetic History of the Americas
Elizabeth Weiss' Response regarding a photo with a skull
Weiss vs San Jose State  - Complaint

Support the Show.

_________________________________________________


This podcast is a production of the Henry Miller Memorial Library with support from The Arts Council for Monterey County!

Let us know what you think!
SEND US AN EMAIL! 😊
magnus@henrymiller.org

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