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Title : Race: Science and Politics
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ISBN : 9780670000425
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 269 Pages
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Race: Science and Politics Reviews

  • David Haws
    2018-12-28 15:14

    Ruth Benedict is one of those rare, gifted, uncluttered intellects that shine through time. Compare the text of this with the included pamphlet “Races of Mankind” (which also lists her on the by-line, but was pretty clearly written by the junior colleague). This is the third book by hers I’ve read (I started with The Chrysanthemum and the Sword, and thought it was so good, I found a copy of Patterns of Culture, and then this book). Granted, I had only one course in cultural anthropology in college; but why did I never hear about her (I remember reading Mead, Kroeber, and Boas)? Why didn’t she make “full” with any of these books? Were her male colleagues at Columbia total idiots?

  • ND
    2019-01-19 16:02

    read this for work. Still relevant at moments, other times hopelessly out of date.