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collaborative, cooperative, consultative, and
often slow and time-consuming relationships with the descendants
of the dead who after all are the main beneficiaries of such work.
To not only humanize the victimized, reified dead but also consider
whether they have any rights that outlive their deaths. To be alert
to the social-political uses and abuses of scientific knowledge, its
eugenic past and present, and its misappropriation by popularculture. And to be prepared to articulate and defend this work in the
public sphere, to be citizen-scholars aware of wider