Race, Science, and Eugenics in the Twentieth Century

  title={Race, Science, and Eugenics in the Twentieth Century},
  author={Marius Turda},
La tardo-eugenesia en Argentina: un enfoque desde la longue durée
This paper discusses Eugenics in Argentina, taking a long term view, exhuming historical continuities that survived over time while ignoring deep contextual changes. Thus, in reference to theExpand
Birth control East and West: reading eugenics in Mo Yan’s Frog and Eudora Welty’s “Lily Daw and the Three Ladies”
This essay undertakes a cross-cultural comparison of the eugenics movement in China and the U.S. South through a comparative reading of Mo Yan’s Frog (2009) and Eudora Welty’s “Lily Daw and the ThreeExpand
Restraint in International Politics
The Freedom and Privacy of an Indian Boarding School's Sports Field and Student Athletes Resistance to Assimilation
Jolie Sheffer, Advisor Starting in the late 1880s, the U.S. government decided that it was time to solve the ongoing “Indian problem.” The government was concerned about how Indians were not adaptingExpand
Carnivores, Colonization, and Conflict: A Qualitative Case Study on the Intersectional Persecution of Predators and People in Namibia
ABSTRACT Nonhuman carnivores have historically been demonized, lethally controlled, and extirpated throughout many parts of the world—indeed, they bear the brunt of this in some places still today.Expand
Inherent Vice?: Maltese Men and the Organization of Prostitution in Interwar Cardiff
This article explores concerns over Maltese men and the organization of prostitution in interwar Cardiff and reveals the central role of masculinity in shaping both perceptions and the socialExpand
The Concept of the »Nordic Race« inGerman and Nordic Racial-Theoretical Research in the 1920s
The concept of the »Nordic race« has become especially prominent through its appearance in racial theory and practice in Nazi Germany. However, the concept of the »Nordic race« as anExpand
Scandinavian Anthropology, Eugenics, and the Post-Colonial Geneticization of Sami Culture
Multidisciplinary Swedish/Sami religious reformer Lars Levi Laestadius, played a defining role in the medicalization of Sami and Swedish national identity in the development of colonial science inExpand