Paul Turnbull is a historian and professor in the School of Humanities, Griffith University.
Theft in the name of science
EssayDURING THE NINETEENTH and early twentieth centuries, numerous skulls and skeletons of Queensland Aboriginal people found their way into museums and scientific collections throughout the world. These bones were greatly prized as evidence strengthening now long-discredited theories of human racial...
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