Race and Aesthetics in the Anthropology of Petrus Camper (1722-1789) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999
(Studies in the History of Ideas in the Low Countries Volume 4) ISBN: 90-420-0434-7
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by Miriam Claude Meijer, Ph.D.
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction.
2. Camper, his life and philosophy.
3. Man and the anthropoid ape.
4. The question of color.
5. Graphic representation.
6. The intersection of race and beauty.
7. History of the Facial Angle Theory.
8. Conclusion.

Appendix: Camper’s lecture On the Origin and Color of Blacks.

TEXTS      ANTHRO 17TH C.
ALBINUS
READINGS
SEMINAR
GLOSSARY
 
 
  CAMPER ORANG
SKIN
SHOE
 
 
  MORPHING 1. INTRO
2. DOMESTIC
3. EXOTIC
4. DRAWING
5. SUMMARY
 
  UNICORN 
 
  BUFFON BARR      pp 370-402
pp 403-435
pp 436-468
pp 469-501
pp 502-530
  
   SMELLIE
HN TEXTS
STYLE
BIBLIO
 
 
 DAUBENTON  
 
 ROUSSEAU part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5
 

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