Deconstructing Race Exhibit Gallery

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Two human skull replicas, Hispanic Male and Asian Male, that are used in teaching forensic anthropology to students to assist in determining ancestry of individuals. 

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A dental mold used to record, examine, and compare dental characteristics of individuals by forensic anthropologists.

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A display of Phrenology, a pseudoscience no longer used in science that looked at the size and shape of one's cranium to determine particular personality traits.

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Dental calipers are used to measure teeth and the spaces between them. This data is used to identify variations in human dentition.

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Students selecting the artifacts to be included in the exhibit.

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Students designing and installing the exhibit.

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Students preparing the panels to be installed in the exhibit.

 

Acknowledgment - This exhibit is a result of the Fall 2021 Museum Anthropology class under the direction of Dr. Amy Kowal with the assistance of FSU Anthropology graduate student Amy Socha. The following FSU undergraduate students curated this exhibit: Amy Casey, Caitlin Dick, Gabriela Franqui-Perez, Mary Goldstein, Alyssa Halvorsen, Emma Korman, Van Lugo, Laura Munroe, Scout Owen, and Roland Spillmann.

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