Episode 208 – The Galton Institute Exposed

11/12/20110 Comments

Although it formally changed its name from the British Eugenics Society to the Galton Institute in 1989, eugenics by any other name would smell as rotten. Join us this week as we peek behind the curtain of the birthplace of eugenics and interrogate the inbred line of British gentry who believe themselves to be of superior stock.

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Corbett Report Radio on Republic Broadcasting
Time Reference: 01:00
Link To: corbettreport.com


Subscribe to The Corbett Report
Time Reference: 02:56
Link To: corbettreport.com


The Galton Institute (homepage)
Time Reference: 03:21
Link To: galtoninstitute.org.uk


Francis Galton
Time Reference: 09:00
Link To: wikimedia.org


The Galton Collection blog at University College London
Time Reference: 14:44
Link To: ucl.ac.uk


Francis Galton: Polymath, eugenicist, comedian
Time Reference: 15:38
Link To: newscientist.com


Francis Galton – a centenary (and an elusive archive)
Time Reference: 16:19
Link To: bloomsburybytes.wordpress.com


“Foul of mouth and evil eyed”: Francis Galton and the Victorian Criminal (lecture)
Time Reference: 17:24
Link To: royalsociety.org


Leonard Darwin
Time Reference: 29:15
Link To: wikimedia.org


John Maynard Keynes
Time Reference: 29:40
Link To: wikimedia.org


Charles Galton Darwin (Episode 074)
Time Reference: 30:12
Link To: corbettreport.com


Julian Huxley
Time Reference: 30:33
Link To: wikimedia.org


BoilingFrogsPost.com Podcast
Time Reference: 32:20
Link To: boilingfrogspost.com


Leonard Arthur
Time Reference: 42:16
Link To: wikimedia.org


Some reflections on the trial and acquittal of Dr Leonard Arthur
Time Reference: 43:55
Link To: wiley.com


Cyril Burt
Time Reference: 45:31
Link To: wikimedia.org


Cyril Burt: Fraud or Framed? (Galton Institute Newsletter)
Time Reference: 46:40
Link To: galtoninstitute.org.uk


David Coleman
Time Reference: 47:12
Link To: wikimedia.org


Watching David Coleman
Time Reference: 48:13
Link To: guardian.co.uk

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