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The Nation as Object: Race, Blood, and Biopolitics in Interwar Romania
In this article, Marius Turda discusses Romanian anthropological and serological research during the interwar period. At the time, the physical contours of the nation captured the attention ofExpand
Modernism and eugenics
Acknowledgements Introduction: Context and Methodology The Pathos of Science, 1870-1914 War: The World's Only Hygiene, 1914-1918 Eugenic Technologies of National Improvement, 1918-1933 Eugenics andExpand
Eugenics and Modernization in Interwar Romania
When writing can change your life, when writing can enrich you by offering much money, why don't you try it? Are you still very confused of where getting the ideas? Do you still have no idea withExpand
Conservative Palingenesis and Cultural Modernism in Early Twentieth‐century Romania 1
Abstract The scholarship on fascism has routinely explored the relationship between anti‐Enlightenment critiques of liberal modernity and democracy and the emergence of concepts of cultural,Expand
Latin Eugenics in Comparative Perspective
Introduction 1. Precursors 2. Early Latin Eugenics 3. Latin Eugenics in Interwar Europe 4. Latin Eugenics, Catholicism and Sterilization 5. Eugenics in Interwar Latin America 6. The Latin EugenicsExpand
“To End the Degeneration of a Nation”: Debates on Eugenic Sterilization in Inter-war Romania
The Romanian case meaningfully demonstrates the increasingly intertwined relationship between eugenic sterilization as medical praxis and eugenics as political discourse geared towards the political engineering of a biologically defined community. Expand
Race, Politics and Nationalist Darwinism in Hungary, 1880–1918
SUMMARY: В статье рассматриваются взаимоотношения между теориями расы, националистическими идеями и политическими взглядами венгерских и румынских интеллектуалов – подданных Австро-Венгерской империиExpand