Illustration of Lagerstroemia speciosa from 1795 publication Plants of the coast of Coromandel.
Alphonse Bertillon’s photographs of the ears of criminals (circa 1900).
Plate 35 from Hollander (1902), Scientific Phrenology via archive.org
Image by Hologic Inc, via The Wall Street Journal
MRI from Hongwei et al. (2015)
Print from Plants of the coast of Coromandel
Photos by Alphonse Bertillon, via The Metropolitan Museum
Photo by Michael Dorausch via planetc1.com
3 readings for today.
First two directly related
Daston and Galison is for context
ASK: what does it mean for a scientific finding to be "objective"?
Lorraine Daston, Peter Galiston