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December 31, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

Investigating the reality and significance of racial categories, Remapping Race in a Global Context examines the role of race in human genomics, biomedicine, and struggles for social justice around the world. 

In this book, biologists, anthropologists, historians, and philosophers inspect critical questions around the biological reality of race and how it has been understood in different national and regional contexts. The essays also examine debates on the usefulness of race in medical and epidemiological studies. With focus on the fields of human genomics and biomedicine, this book presents critical findings on whether and how race might be ethically and epistemologically justified in our age of personalized medicine, mass surveillance, and biased algorithms.

The book will be of interest to researchers and advanced students in a broad range of scientific and humanistic disciplines, including biology, anthropology, geography, philosophy, cultural or community studies, critical race theory, and any field concerned with the deep racial dividing lines running across societies globally.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther and Ludovica Lorusso

Part I: Lewontin (1972), Fifty Years Later

1. Lewontin (1972)

Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther

2. Human Genetic Diversity: Lewontin’s Fallacy, Twenty Years Later

A.W.F. Edwards

3. Human Genetic Diversity: Fact and Fallacy

Lisa Gannett

4. Racial Classification Without Race: Edwards’ Fallacy

Adam Hochman

Part II: Indigeneity, the Americas, and Colonialism

5. Genomics, Bio-prospecting, Indigeneity

Guillermo Delgado-P

6. Latino STEM Teachers, DACA, and the Future of Teaching

Adriana Briscoe

7. Decolonizing the Curriculum in the American Southwest: The Role of Education in the Maintenance of the Colonial Hierarchy

Alexis Álvarez and Rebecca Álvarez

8. Inclusion Without Equity: The Need to Empower Indigenous Genomic Data Sovereignty in Precision Health

Krystal Tsosie

Part III: On the Biological Non-Reality of Race

9. Modern Population Genetics and Race

Rasmus Nielsen

10. The Biological Reality of Race: What is at Stake?

Jonathan Michael Kaplan

11. New Work for a Critical Metaphysics of Race

David Ludwig

Part IV: On the Biological Reality of Race

12. A Metaphysical Mapping Problem for Race Theorists and Human Population Geneticists

Quayshawn Spencer

13. Five Advantages of the Phylogenetic Race Concept

Robert N. Brandon

Part V: Race and Medicine

14. The Biopolitics of Race Revisited

Kelly Happe

15. Social Races in Biomedical Settings

Phila Mfundo Msimang

16. Race as Witchcraft: An Argument Against Indiscriminate Eliminativism about Race

Ludovica Lorusso and Fabio Bacchini

Postscript

Race: The Story Without End

Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther and Ludovica Lorusso

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Editor(s)

Biography

Ludovica Lorusso is a Research Fellow at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). She is the author of peer-reviewed papers in philosophy of biology, philosophy of race, and philosophy of perception, where she proposed a new model of perception of faces. Her current research interests include philosophy of biomedicine, Science, Technology, and Society (STS), and bioethics.    

Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther is Professor of Humanities at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He works in the philosophy of science and philosophy of biology, and has interests in epistemology and political philosophy, cartography and GIS, and science in general. Recent publications include "A Beginner's Guide to the New Population Genomics of Homo sapiens: Origins, Race, and Medicine" in The Harvard Review of Philosophy; "Mapping the Deep Blue Oceans" in The Philosophy of GIS; When Maps Become the World (2020); and Our Genes: A Philosophical Perspective on Human Evolutionary Genomics (2022).