Anthropology

Anthropology

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Anthropological Studies Of Sexual Relations Of Mankind, Mantegazza, Professor Paolo
1 Mantegazza, Professor Paolo Anthropological Studies Of Sexual Relations Of Mankind
New York Anthropological Press 1932 Limited Edition Hardcover Very Good 
Limited to 1500 copies, this is copy 888. The book is in Very Good to Near Very Good+ condition and is lacking a dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean condition. The spine ends and corners of the the book covers have some light bumping and rubbing. There are several spots of toning / water spotting to the bottom spiune ends and bottom edges of the book covers. The top edge of the front cover has several spots of ground-in dirt. The text pages are clean and bright. "During a time when the popular and official science and culture in Italy were still influenced by the Roman Catholic Church, Mantegazza was a staunch liberal and defended the ideas of Darwinism in anthropology, his research having helped to establish it as the "natural history of man". From 1868 to 1875 he maintained a correspondence with Charles Darwin, too. Mantegazza's natural history, however, must be considered to be from a racial or social Darwinist perspective, evident in his "Morphological Tree of Human Races." This tree maps three principles: a single European meta-narrative controls all of the world's many cultures; human history is imagined as progressive, with the European human as the pinnacle of progress and development; lastly, a ranking of different races onto a hierarchical structure. If one envisions a tree, the Aryan race is the topmost branch, followed by Polynesians, Semites, Japanese, and moving downward to the bottom-most branch, the "Negritos." Mantegazza also designed an "Aesthetic Tree of the Human Race" with similar results." 
Price: 45.00 USD
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The Cone-Dwellers of Asia Minor / The Murman Coast A Primitive People who Live in Nature-Made Apartment Houses, Fashioned by Volcanic Violence and Trickling Streams, Sterrett, J. R. Sitlington
2 Sterrett, J. R. Sitlington The Cone-Dwellers of Asia Minor / The Murman Coast A Primitive People who Live in Nature-Made Apartment Houses, Fashioned by Volcanic Violence and Trickling Streams
Washington D. C. National Geographic 1919 Magazine Very Good+ Illustrated by J. R. Sitlington Sterrett 
B&W Photographs; This is a DISBOUND article from National Geographic Magazine. It is NOT a photocopied edition. Includes Two articles--the Cone Dwellers, and, The Murman Coast:Arctic Gateway for American and Allied Expeditionary Forces in Northern European Russia (no author given). Includes 26 pages of text for the first article (text printed on both sides) and 9 pages of text for second article. There are 53 black & white photographs by the author for the first article and 31 black & white photographs for the second (no attribution given). Text pages are clean and bright, with no nicks, tears, edge wear or discoloration. The first article is an in-depth look at the people who have hollowed out and dwelt (and did still dwell at the time of writing) in volcanic cones in Asia Minor. The second article is an overview about the Murman Coast and how it was accessed during World War I. 
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