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The surprisingly modern origins of ‘xenophobia’

10 mins | Nov 1, 2021
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Is it really embedded in our DNA? It is generally believed that xenophobia has existed since the dawn of human life, but surprising research suggests otherwise. Rachel Newcomb, a professor of anthropology, delves into the history of xenophobia and offers insight into the ways we could combat it.
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