The Nature of Race: the Genealogy of the Concept and the Biological Construct’s Contemporaneous Utility

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The Nature of Race: the Genealogy of the Concept and the Biological Construct’s Contemporaneous Utility is a 2015 peer-reviewed book on race by John Fuerst.

Furest has also published peer-reviewed studies on topics such as race and intelligence.

There are deliberate misrepresentations about the book stated notably on Rationalwiki. These may have been added by troll(s) such as User:Atlantid. One claim is that the book was not peer-reviewed which is incorrect. Another criticism is of the journal OpenPsych which is not a traditional, for-profit journal. However, this gives it a number of advantages. See the "External links" section.

Very few books on race are peer-reviewed before publication. This applies also to many well known race denialist books such as Guns, Germs, and Steel and the The Mismeasure of Man. Both books were written by authors whose academic area of expertise was/is not race.

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