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  1. Blumenbach's classification of the single human species into five varieties (later called "races") (1793/1795): the Caucasian or white race. Blumenbach was the first to use this term for Europeans, and he also included Middle Easterners and South Asians in the same category. [16] the Mongolian or yellow race, including all East Asians.

    • Christian Wilhelm Büttner [de]
    • Göttingen
  2. May 11, 2022 · Blumenbach divided the human species into five races in 1779, later founded on crania research. This included the Caucasian or white race the Mongolian race, all East Asians and some Central Asians the Malayan race, Southeast Asian and Pacific Islanders, the Ethiopian or including sub-Saharan Africans and the American, including American Indians.

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  4. Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (1752–1840) divided the human species into five races in 1779, later founded on crania research (description of human skulls), and called them (1793/1795): [18] [19] the Caucasian or white race.

  5. Rupke, Nicolaas and Lauer, Gerhard (Editors) (2019) Johann Friedrich Blumenbach - Race and Natural History, 1750–1850 Routledge, London, UK and New York, USA Critical views on Blumenbach’s contribution to concepts used by racists: Curran, Andrew S. (2011) The Anatomy of Blackness. Science & Slavery in an Age of Enlightenment.

  6. Feb 8, 2014 · serving as specimens for Blumenbach's Mongolian, American, Caucasian, Malayan and Aethiopian races. Date: 1795 edition: Source: Treatise on "De generis humani varietate nativa," unnumbered page at the end of the book titled "Tab II" Author: Johann Friedrich Blumenbach

  7. The most influential of the eighteenth century formulations was that of the Göttingen anatomist, Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840) in the third edition (1795) of his doctoral dissertation, De generis humani varietate native, translated as On the Native Varieties of the Human Species by Thomas Bendyshe (1865). Blumenbach expanded on the ...

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