Category:Early researchers and writers on race
Early researchers and writers on race, before Boasian anthropology suppressed research in (Western) anthropology. Morphology was often of major importance for racial categorizations. Excluding race denialists, individuals only involved with narrow topics such as Jews rather than race in general, and less notable individuals (for example, all early anthropologists, notable or not, likely wrote something on race).
There are often guilt by association attacks between claimed negative aspects of some of these individuals and some possibly problematic early research and unrelated later race researchers and unrelated later race research.
Pages in category "Early researchers and writers on race"
The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total.