The Resource 'The miserablest people in the world': : race humanism and the Australian Aborigine, Kay Anderson, Colin Perrin

'The miserablest people in the world': : race humanism and the Australian Aborigine, Kay Anderson, Colin Perrin

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'The miserablest people in the world': : race humanism and the Australian Aborigine
Title
'The miserablest people in the world':
Title remainder
race humanism and the Australian Aborigine
Statement of responsibility
Kay Anderson, Colin Perrin
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Language
eng
Summary
Examination of the role of Aboriginal Australians in the construction of race and human difference in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; argues that perceptions of a lack of improvability in Aboriginal peoples contributed to the formation of 'polygenetic' nineteenth century racial theory; relation to humanistic and evolutionary theories
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1958-
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Anderson, Kay
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Perrin, Colin
Label
'The miserablest people in the world': : race humanism and the Australian Aborigine, Kay Anderson, Colin Perrin
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.35-39
Extent
p. [18]-39
Label
'The miserablest people in the world': : race humanism and the Australian Aborigine, Kay Anderson, Colin Perrin
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.35-39
Extent
p. [18]-39

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