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ANTH 1220 Lecture 52: Lecture 52
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1220
Professor
Ellen R.Judd
Semester
Winter

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o982 Scientific Racism: The notion of fundamentally different biological stocks (races) as the cause of different behaviours, cultures, etc Statements that put forth the idea that cultural traits and behaviours are biologically inherited History of Scientific Racism: Racial Categories: o We make sense of the world by categorizing them o Linnaeus o Blumenbach o Hooten Race: Example of typologizing o Categorizing Racial Categories: Linnaeus (1758): Systema Naturae identified variants of homo sapiens Europaeus albascens (white) Asiaticus focus (brown) Africanus negreus (black) Americanus rubesceans (red) Blumenbach (1781): Delineation of races into scientific category Caucasian (white)
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