Bodies complexioned Human variation and racism in early modern English culture, c. 1600–1750 / Mark S. Dawson.

Bodily contrasts - from the colour of hair, eyes and skin to the shape of faces and skeletons - allowed the English of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries to discriminate systematically among themselves and against non-Anglophone groups. Making use of an array of sources, this book examin...

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Main Author: Dawson, Mark S. 1972-
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Call Number: GN50.45.G7