The Location of Franz Boas within the African-American Struggle

@article{Baker1994TheLO,
  title={The Location of Franz Boas within the African-American Struggle},
  author={Lee D. Baker},
  journal={Critique of Anthropology},
  year={1994},
  volume={14},
  pages={199 - 217}
}
  • L. Baker
  • Published 1 June 1994
  • Sociology
  • Critique of Anthropology
L'A. etudie le role joue par Franz Boas dans la lutte pour l'egalite raciale entre 1887 et 1909. Des 1887 Boas combat le racisme scientifique, puis les theories de l'evolution sociale et il s'efforce de differencier la race de la culture et du langage. Dans les annees 1890, il est considere comme un allie par les leaders afro-americains dont Du Bois qui s'oppose a Washington. En 1909 le NAACP (National Association for the Avancement of Colored People) est cree. 

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