Re: Anthropology and "Ra€€€€€

Sat, 26 Aug 95 21:33:00 -0800

JM> >No, because Boas and his "school", that is, most of cultural
JM> anthropology >today have given up on the concept of race altogether.
JM> We do not know >what a race is, where one begins, where it ends, in
JM> either time or space.

This is an important point, and I would appreciate sources on this
point. I know geneticists have also more-or-less cast this idea aside
regarding humans.

I would like to find some anthropology on it, besides Ashly Monteque.

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