2 results match your criteria Anthropologischer Anzeiger; Bericht uber die biologisch-anthropologische Literatur[Journal]

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Authors:
U Benzenhöfer

NTM 1995 ;3(1):35-44

Abt. Geschichte der Medizin, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover.

In the last decade of the 18th century many books bearing the title "anthropology" were published. In his "Grundlage medicinisch-anthropologischer Vorlesungen für Nichtärzte" (1791), the Swiss medical doctor Paulus Usteri (1768-1831) tried to connect medical anthropology and popular medicine in a way, that should make it interesting for the educated medical laymen. In the article Usteri's concept is described with special regard to the sources. Read More

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[Woman and race biology].

Authors:
H Hanson

Lychnos Lardomshist Samf Arsb 1993 :9-33

Early 20th century race biology takes a special interest in woman as part of the "intra-racial" project of bringing forth healthy and competitive individuals. But there are other motives as well for the race biologist to take an interest in woman. She is believed to develop fewer individual characteristics and is therefore a more typical representative of her race than man. Read More

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February 1995
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