By Haley Arnholtz, Anonymous, Andie Deak, Tyra Jarbeau, Anonymous, Patrick Imgrogno, Hannah, and Justine MacDonald.
Today’s keyword is: scientific racism.
Chapter 1: Case IQ (trigger warning: curative language for mental disability is used in this discussion of scientific racism and eugenics)
Chapter 2: Phrenology & birth control history
Chapter 3: Interview about epigenetics
This collaborative audio essay was created in a Feminist Philosophy course in fall 2016.
Suggested additional resources:
US District Court for the Northern District of California (1972): Larry P. et al, Plaintiffs, v Wilson Riles et al, Defendants.
Etienne Benson, “Intelligent Intelligence Testing”
Reflections by the episode’s creators on the process of audio-creation:
“It was a learning experience. I gained a lot of insight into how alive racism is, while also learning how much work goes into putting everything together, making sure your script isn’t going to be too offensive while also trying to get the point across” (Anonymous).
“I would like to thank my professor Ada Jaarsma for opening up the world of sound design as a medium of resistance.”
“Thanks to the entire group.”
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