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ANTHROPOLOGY AND ANTIHUMANISM IN IMPERIAL GERMANY PDF

With the rise of imperialism, the centuries-old European tradition of humanist scholarship as the key to understanding the world was. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Anthropology and Antihumanism in Imperial Germany | With the rise of imperialism, the centuries-old European tradition. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jun 1, , John R. Eidson and others published Anthropology and Antihumanism in Imperial.

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Drawing on sources ranging from scientific papers and government correspondence to photographs, pamphlets, and police reports of “freak shows,” Zimmerman demonstrates how German imperialism opened the door to antihumanism.

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English View all editions and formats Summary:. Scholars of anthropology, European and intellectual history, museum studies, the history of science, popular culture, and colonial studies will welcome this book.

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For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: Please enter your name. Please enter the message. Anthropologists successfully argued that their discipline addressed these issues more productively—and more accessibly—than humanistic studies. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The Political Economy of Anthropological Objects 8. The Studia Humanitas and the People without History 3.

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Remember me on this computer. Scholars impegial anthropology, European and intellectual history, museum studies, the history of science, popular culture, and colonial studies will welcome this book.

The E-mail message field is amd. It was there, Andrew Zimmerman argues, that the battle lines of today’s “culture wars” were first drawn when anthropology challenged humanism as a basis for human scientific knowledge. It was there, Andrew Zimmerman argues, that the battle lines of today’s “culture wars” were