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Karl M. Newell

development, biomechanics, and anthropometry: all subareas to the field of kinesiology that are usually treated relatively independently. On all of these fronts, the research on human movement is progressing in its integrative priorities and impact. The keynote speaker was professor Daniel E. Lieberman of

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Mark Dyreson

early history of kinesiology, this focus on the innate diversity of humanity frequently took the form of physical measurements of difference that had an unfortunate tendency to naturalize difference into racial categorization. Anthropometry, the measurement of human physicality, was, along with medicine