Modernism and eugenics

  title={Modernism and eugenics},
  author={Marius Turda},
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 and Biopolitics, 1933-1940 Conclusion: Towards an Epistemology of Eugenic Knowledge Selected Bibliography Index 
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