Pulp Fictions - Race Ideology and the University

This historiographic analysis has clear boundaries. First, it covers a very large field of conceptual ground, and cannot do full justice to any of it. My goal is to identify the important trajectories of research on racial ideology to distill their major findings. This approach is selective and it sacrifices much of the nuance and subtlety that enrich the literature. Secondly, the paper concerns itself with the period from the late nineteenth century. Ideologies about race from the late nineteenth century, with regard to both Afro-Brazilians and immigrants, emerged, at least partially, in reaction to the abolition of slavery in 1888. From this fundamental shift, the public debate took on tones that differed from previous concerns about race ideology. Racial thinking in the twentieth century emerged from these sets of debates.

Race and Ideology proposes an understanding of racism as a divide-and-conquer mechanism

When Dr. Samuel Morton in the 1830s initiated the field of craniometry, the first school of American anthropology, proponents of race ideology received the most powerful scientific support yet. Measuring the insides of crania collected from many populations, he offered "evidence" that the Negro had a smaller brain than whites, with Indians in-between. Morton is also famous for his involvement in a major scientific controversy over creation.

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Slavery, Race and Ideology in the United States of America - Solidarity Race and Ideology reveals how various strands of racial thinking and behavior are crucial for maintaining the unequal distribution of wealth that is more pronounced in the U.S. than in any other advanced industrial country. Though primarily concerned with the U.S., this collection contains chapters on other societies in order to highlight commonalties and the global nature of the race/color problem.

Aryan master race ideology was common throughout the educated and ..

Race and Ideology reveals how various strands of racial thinking and behavior are crucial for maintaining the unequal distribution of wealth that is more pronounced in the U.S. than in any other advanced industrial country. Though primarily concerned with the U.S., this collection contains chapters on other societies in order to highlight commonalties and the global nature of the race/color problem.

"Ideology and Race in American History", by Barbara Fields