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These notes cover what was gone over in class for the first few weeks. Happy Studying!!
Race and Minorities
Gregory Ray Campbell (P
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Anthropology, race and ethnicity, Minorities




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Date Created: 09/12/16
RACE AND MINORITIES: Week 1-2 8/31/16  Radical difference matters  There is such thing as racial consciousness  Society is hyper racial and ethnicity conscious  Race and ethnicity matter  Goals of the course o Reveal race and racism in the US and its political and economic utility o Review major us ethnic groups and their racialized experiences o Historical concept of race and ethnicity o Uncover the relationships between race and ethnicity 9/2/16  There is no exact point in history where race was formed, but it does have a history o The big event that led to race was the era of colonization o Prior to this Europe had a myopic view of the world that was viewed in a Judaic Christian view as an immutable system o The Great Chain of Being (St. Augustine) came about  God made the world therefore it is perfection and it doesn’t need to be changed or altered in any way  The idea of race strongly correlates with the concept of civilization o Social organization of language didn’t have a specific term for race before civilization came about o The concept of race was taught o Ethnocentrism  Belief that your values are better than another’s o Civilizations develop a divine core that made race a way to define itself  Anyone outside of this divine core became the “other” o The “other” cannot be without another without the concept of race  Divided between:  Difference  Hierarchy  Superior vs. inferior  The Iliad by Homer defines the “other” by not having the associated qualities that the core has  Barbaphoni  Lack an articulate language  Aristotle taught that the “other” make natural slaves and if not then they become outcasts  Hadrian’s wall was a divider between civilization and those that are outcasts to it o Civilizations that developed began to formulate and express a whole litany of criteria to define people  First came about during the Egyptian era  Skin color  Way of life  These criteria led to the concept we know of as race 9/7/16  Review of last few days: o Race took shape through qualities of civilization o 1400’s is when the Great Chain of Being was shattered due to colonization of new lands throughout the world o Colonization encountered many new things and this led to differences among people  Fundamental Questions and Differences o Europeans decided to create “order” o The educated embarked on this new order that led to natural history and the development of “Scientific tradition”  A way to take discoveries and create order out of the chaos o Europeans developed an imperial science o They developed comparative criteria and based on this they made pigeon holes about the world  Comparative studies made explorers compare discoveries to European lifestyle o Natural science parallels political and economic colonialism o Fundamental questions about racial differences emerged  Of all people encountered how different are we/they  Where do we all fit o European scholars set out to answer these questions o This lead to studies  Bernier in 1684  Europeans, far Easterners, Blacks, Lapps o The reason for colonization was superior vs. inferior o The system of race is malleable in that it can be shaped and formed o Data was needed to carry out these studies and to conduct the research that proved these differences  Craniometry became the main method 9/9/16  Race has a socialized master, a utility  Phenotype and skulls became the focus of race studies (18 century)  Studies o 1764 Daubenton  A physician that was interested in race  Had a global skull collection  Used craniometrical methods  Developed a measuring system using degrees and hoe the skull positioned itself on the spinal column to determine superior vs. inferior  Concluded that he could ascertain ‘racial will-power”  Used quantitative data for a qualitative response o 1786 British study conducted by Camper  Cranial collection from around the world  Measured facial angle  He wanted to conclude the “racial scale of beauty”  Arian race as the most beautiful o This is where racial purity began to come into play o 1780’s Blumenbach  Used Daubenton’s method  Came up with the notion of norm verticulus  Shape matters from an aerial view  Skull shape shows attributes and determines the race o 1809 Gibson and Bell  Noted the measure of posterior to inferior  Can discover a distinctive sign of the negro race  Became popular with people of the south where slavery was popular  Racial attributes lead to determining race and how they were inheritable  Immutability of racial traits  There is an idea that you can discover race even when phenotypically you don’t look like it


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