British eugenics and 'race-crossing': a study of an interwar investigation
Examines a fascinating interwar investigation about race and ‘race-crossing’, a study carried out in Liverpool about children of mixed parentage living in Liverpool, and based on anthropometrics. Bland’s account of the study illuminates how diverse groups of social researchers shared and consolidated ideas about racial types in the name of eugenic improvement.
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