Genetic Nature/Culture: Anthropology and Science beyond the Two-Culture Divide

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I wish to express my deep gratitude to the Wenner-Gren Foundation for the invitation and support to participate in this intellectually stimulating conference. I also thank all the conference participants, whose ideas and comments helped shape the revision of this manuscript, and particularly Alan Goodman for his excellent suggestions and critique of an earlier draft.


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  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction - Practice, Discourse, and Critique 1
  • Notes *
  • References 18
  • Part 1 - Nature/culture *
  • Section A - Human Populations/genetic Resources *
  • Chapter 1 - Indigenous Peoples, Changing Social and Political Landscapes, and Human Genetics in Amazonia 23
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  • Chapter 2 - Victor Mckusick's Fieldwork with the Old Order Amish 41
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  • Chapter 3 - Technologies of the Self in the Age of Genetics 58
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  • Chapter 4 - The Icelandic Health Sector Database 77
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  • Chapter 5 - Life After Dolly 95
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  • Chapter 6 - Webs of Action in the World of Dog Genetics 111
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  • Chapter 7 - The Human Genome in Evolutionary and Cultural Context 132
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  • Section A - Political and Cultural Identity *
  • Chapter 8 - Transnationalized Gene Landscapes in the Biodiversity and Transgenic Food Networks 155
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  • Chapter 9 - Genome Scientists as Sociocultural Entrepreneurs 176
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  • Chapter 10 - Reflections and Prospects for Anthropological Genetics in South Africa 200
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  • Chapter 11 - Implications for Disease Gene Mapping and Identity 219
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  • Chapter 12 - A Molecular Genetic Perspective 234
  • Notes 254
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  • Chapter 13 - The Concept of Race in Science 258
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  • Chapter 14 - Promise and Problems of Ancient Dna for Anthropology 278
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  • Contributors 297
  • Index 299
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