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Double Helix History: Genetics and the Past

Jerome De Groot, 9780367512354, 0367512351, 9780367512361, 036751236X, 978-0367512354, 978-0367512361

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English | 2023 | PDF | Delivery time: 1-8 Hours

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Endorsements
Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Contents
Figures
Acknowledgements
Permissions
Introduction
Becoming Postgenomic
Knowing Differently
Critique of Normative Historical Knowledge
Double Helix History
Notes
1. Public
Public Knowledge of Genetics and COVID-19 Vaccines
Public Commemoration and Revision
Commemorating Genetics
Imagining DNA in Public
The Thing Itself
Revising Rosalind Franklin
Seeing Richard III
Discovery and Analysis
DNA Discovery Narrated: The King in the Car Park
Richard Reinterred and Rehabilitated
Genetic Public History as Revision
Sally Hemings
The African Burial Ground Project and Henry Louis Gates, Jr
Notes
2. Practice
Genomic Histories: Ancient DNA Analysis and Historical Practice
(Ancient) Geneticists and History
Ancient DNA Research as Historical Practice
Ancient DNA Research: Revelation and Periodisation
Ancient DNA as History
Interdisciplinarity and the Future of DNA-Led History
Notes
3. Politics
Biocolonialism and Political Power
The Human Genome Diversity Project
The Havasupai Tribe and Aznick-1
Elizabeth Warren and the Political Use of Genetic Identity
The Return of 'Racist' Science
Genetic Nationalism
Cheddar Man and Nationalist History
'First Brit'
Science, Nationalism, and Heritage
Decolonise DNA
Notes
4. Ethics
Historical Violence and Genetic Evidence
Cold Cases
Genetic Genealogy and Crime
Fictional Cold Cases
Privacy and the Collection of Data
De-Extinction and the Ethics of Modernity
De-Extinction
Jurassic Park
Notes
5. Imagination
Materialising DNA
Genetic Realism: Marc Quinn
Experimental Form in Ali Smith's How to Be both
DNA testing and Form: Bernadine Evaristo
Poetry, Hip Hop, and Postgenomic Imaginaries
Ghostly poetics: Sullivan, Duffy, Kunial, and Symons Roberts
Structural racism and identity: Lizzo, Residente and Kendrick Lamar
Accessing the Past and Changing the Future
Genetic connection: Assassin's Creed
Genetic disruption: X-Men
Notes
6. Self
DNA Testing and Family History
The Rise of the Genealogical Biotech Companies
The 'Amateur' Use of DNA for Family History
Genetic Genealogy Documentaries
Genetics Driving Historiography: African American Genealogy
Notes
Epilogue: Future?
Notes
Index