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Department
English
Course
ENGC35H3
Professor
Majorie Rubright
Semester
Fall

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ENGC35- Lecture 2  Early modern period race had to do with lineage and gamily  Now it’s more biological/ physical characteristics, to geographical connection (where you were born)  “climate theory”  divided the world into three parts (North, south, and middle) o Defined what kind of mind/ spirit you have o Warmer temperature – edgier o Colder temperature- chilled out  Class/ caste system tend to be racially inflected  Pg. 2, some scholars argue that it is “anachronistic” to talk about race in this period  Race – as anachronism o Then race was – family, class, lineage  What words tell us: o Cotgrave (1611) o Florio (1611)  Look up race p. 283  Cotgrave- Race: a rave, lineage, family, kindred, house, brood, sort, kind; also as race. Fair race. To get children; also, to begin or set up, a race, or brood, of horses dogs, etc.  Florio- Race: a brood, a stock, a descent, a lineage (about animals), a pedigree  Cotgrave  applies broadly (humans & animals) o Embodiment seems to be midding o “fair race”  fair maiden/ fair gentlewoman 
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