The Status of the Race Concept in Contemporary Biological Anthropology: A Review

@article{trkalj2007TheSO,
  title={The Status of the Race Concept in Contemporary Biological Anthropology: A Review},
  author={G. {\vS}trkalj},
  journal={The Anthropologist},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={73 - 78}
}
Abstract The race concept dominated the study of human biological variation for centuries. Prior to, and especially after, the Second World War, a number of anthropologists questioned the scientific value of the concept, initiating a debate over ‘the existence of human races’. Research suggests that the debate has still not been resolved, as significant differences exist among anthropologists from different countries and regions of the world. In some places the concept of race seems to be… Expand
10 Citations
Race and ancestry
The Nature of Race
Anthropology’s Science Wars
Human Biological Variation in Anatomy Textbooks: The Role of Ancestry
Beyond the Sex Binary: Towards the Inclusive Anatomical Sciences Education.
Ethnicity, Race, and Racism
FORUM ON THEORY IN ANTHROPOLOGY
  • 2019
Exceeding Hrdlička's aims: 100 Years of genetics in anthropology.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 50 REFERENCES
Redefining Race: The Potential Demise of a Concept in Physical Anthropology [and Comments and Reply]
Race and Anthropology: A Core Concept without Consensus
The Debate on Race: A Problem of Semantics Rather than of Biology
Human Biodiversity: Genes, Race, and History
The Status of the Race Concept in Physical Anthropology
The Conflict of Pre-Paradigm Schools in Modern Human Origins Research
The status of the race concept in Chinese biological anthropology
Form and Race: Terminological Concepts for the Study of Human Variation
On the Non-Existence of Human Races
...
1
2
3
4
5
...