The Resource The idea of racialism : its meaning and history, Louis L. Snyder

The idea of racialism : its meaning and history, Louis L. Snyder

Label
The idea of racialism : its meaning and history
Title
The idea of racialism
Title remainder
its meaning and history
Statement of responsibility
Louis L. Snyder
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1907-1993
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Snyder, Louis L.
Index
no index present
LC call number
GN320
LC item number
.S55
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
An Anvil original
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  • Race
  • Race
  • Rassismus
Label
The idea of racialism : its meaning and history, Louis L. Snyder
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
"Readings": p. [101]-186
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. The idea of racialism -- The meaning of racialism -- The myths of racial purity and racial superiority -- Race and history -- The origin and development of the Aryan myth -- The Anglo-Saxon myth: the white man's burden -- The alleged Celtic race -- The negro race -- The Jewish myth and anti-semitism -- Racialism in the third reich -- Racialism in the United States -- The UNESCO statements on race -- Racialism in the contemporary world -- Part II. Man as one species / Comte de Buffon -- The five principal varieties of mankind / Johann Friedrich Blumenbach -- Classification -- the three European races / William Zebina Ripley -- Classification of races / Joseph Deniker -- The Cephalic index and the identification races / Anders Adolf Retzius -- Changes in bodily form of descendants of immigrants / Franz Boas -- The problem of pure races / Karl Pearson -- The Pitcairn Islanders as an example of race mixture / Harry L. Shapiro -- Race and imperialism / Moritz Julius Bonn -- The home of the Aryas / Friedrich Max Müller -- The inequality of human races / Comte Arthur de Gobineau -- Foundations of the nineteenth century / Houston Stewart Chamberlain -- On the inferiority of the black race / Thomas Carlyle -- On the Scandinavian or Saxon race / Robert Knox -- On the triumph of the Anglo-Saxon race / Charles Wentworth Dilke -- The expansion of England / John Robert Seeley -- The American negro and the environmental factor in race / Otto Klineberg -- The equalitarian dogma / Henry E. Garrett -- The Jew -- his racial status / Carl C. Seltzer -- Racialism and nationalism / Heinrich von Treitschke -- Racialism and anti-semitism / Richard Wagner -- People and race / Adolf Hitler -- The myth of the twentieth century / Alfred Rosenberg -- Veneration of the blood: Nazi intellectuals on race purity -- Nordics and non-nordics / Hermann Gauch -- The Nuremberg laws on citizenship and race, September-November, 1935 -- The Anglo-Saxon destiny / Josiah Strong -- On the mission of the American "race" / Albert J. Beveridge -- The racial basis of European history / Madison Grant -- The iron law of inequality / Lothrop Stoddard -- The UNESCO statement of 1950 on race -- The UNESCO statement of 1951 on the nature of race and race differences -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka: U.S. supreme court decision on segregation in education, 1954 -- Denunciation of the cult of white race supremacy, 1961 / Albert John Luthuli
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
192 pages
Lccn
63000995
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)406797
Label
The idea of racialism : its meaning and history, Louis L. Snyder
Publication
Bibliography note
"Readings": p. [101]-186
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. The idea of racialism -- The meaning of racialism -- The myths of racial purity and racial superiority -- Race and history -- The origin and development of the Aryan myth -- The Anglo-Saxon myth: the white man's burden -- The alleged Celtic race -- The negro race -- The Jewish myth and anti-semitism -- Racialism in the third reich -- Racialism in the United States -- The UNESCO statements on race -- Racialism in the contemporary world -- Part II. Man as one species / Comte de Buffon -- The five principal varieties of mankind / Johann Friedrich Blumenbach -- Classification -- the three European races / William Zebina Ripley -- Classification of races / Joseph Deniker -- The Cephalic index and the identification races / Anders Adolf Retzius -- Changes in bodily form of descendants of immigrants / Franz Boas -- The problem of pure races / Karl Pearson -- The Pitcairn Islanders as an example of race mixture / Harry L. Shapiro -- Race and imperialism / Moritz Julius Bonn -- The home of the Aryas / Friedrich Max Müller -- The inequality of human races / Comte Arthur de Gobineau -- Foundations of the nineteenth century / Houston Stewart Chamberlain -- On the inferiority of the black race / Thomas Carlyle -- On the Scandinavian or Saxon race / Robert Knox -- On the triumph of the Anglo-Saxon race / Charles Wentworth Dilke -- The expansion of England / John Robert Seeley -- The American negro and the environmental factor in race / Otto Klineberg -- The equalitarian dogma / Henry E. Garrett -- The Jew -- his racial status / Carl C. Seltzer -- Racialism and nationalism / Heinrich von Treitschke -- Racialism and anti-semitism / Richard Wagner -- People and race / Adolf Hitler -- The myth of the twentieth century / Alfred Rosenberg -- Veneration of the blood: Nazi intellectuals on race purity -- Nordics and non-nordics / Hermann Gauch -- The Nuremberg laws on citizenship and race, September-November, 1935 -- The Anglo-Saxon destiny / Josiah Strong -- On the mission of the American "race" / Albert J. Beveridge -- The racial basis of European history / Madison Grant -- The iron law of inequality / Lothrop Stoddard -- The UNESCO statement of 1950 on race -- The UNESCO statement of 1951 on the nature of race and race differences -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka: U.S. supreme court decision on segregation in education, 1954 -- Denunciation of the cult of white race supremacy, 1961 / Albert John Luthuli
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
192 pages
Lccn
63000995
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)406797

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