Dear Members, of the Science, Technology and Medicine Community,

I am still seeking participants for a social experiment that aims to recreate a Victorian anthropometric study. Details of the project (as well as the guidelines for
participating) can be found at the web link below. The success of this project depends on the contributions of participants. I would greatly appreciate it if you could circulate this information within your institutions. The questionnaire and photographs only take about ten minutes to complete. 

The Project:
http://activehistory.ca/2012/11/experimenting-with-victorian-anthropometrics-what-can-we-learn-from-past-scientific-practices/

If you have any questions regarding the project please do not hesitate in
contacting me off the list at ([log in to unmask])

Kind Regards,

Efram

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Dr. Efram Sera-Shriar F.R.A.I.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (SSHRC)
Science and Technology Studies Programme
Norman Bethune College
York University
Toronto, Canada
http://www.pickeringchatto.com/monographs/making_of_british_anthropology_1813_1871_the

Research Associate and Editor
John Tyndall Correspondence Project
Norman Bethune College
York University
Toronto, Canada
http://www.pickeringchatto.com/series/correspondence_of_john_tyndall_the