Historicizing humans : deep time, evolution, and race in nineteenth-century British sciences /
A number of important developments and discoveries across the British Empire's imperial landscape during the nineteenth century invited new questions about human ancestry. The rise of secularism and scientific naturalism; new evidence, such as skeletal and archaeological remains; and European e...
|Published:||Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, |
|Series:||Science and culture in the nineteenth century.
|Online Access:||https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/roosevelt/detail.action?docID=5399344 |
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