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Dr. Carmen Mosley, Curator of Human Osteology at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

Dr. Carmen Mosley, Curator of Human Osteology at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

What We Do at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Part I: Curator Dr. Carmen Mosley

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Image of George Floyd projected on the Robert E. Lee memorial

Iconoclasm: Questions of Veneration, Destruction, and Power

 

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Image: A defaced image of Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in Hong Kong, October 2019. Photo credit: Sam Tsang

 

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Picture of the corona virus

 



 

COVID-19: Concepts of Sickness and Wellness

Museums are places where visitors encounter, explore, and engage with objects, ideas and topics that are new, familiar or challenging. And they are places where people can gather safely. In the face of the global Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology continues and extends our mission with an online exhibition about the current pandemic and different ways to know about it and look at it. We will be offering this information in partnership with many scholars, institutions and individuals with the goal to educate and add perspectives.

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