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    I am new to Anthropological Taxonomy; can any one suggest some books in English that would be a good primer into this Science?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aegir View Post
    I am new to Anthropological Taxonomy; can any one suggest some books in English that would be a good primer into this Science?

    Well, if you're a rookie in the field.................. buy this : http://search.ebay.com/search/search...op=1%26fsoo%3D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aegir View Post
    I am new to Anthropological Taxonomy; can any one suggest some books in English that would be a good primer into this Science?
    *The Races of Europe by Carleton Coon

    The Origin of Races by Carleton Coon

    *The Races and Peoples of Europe by Bertil Lundman

    Race by John Baker

    The Races of Britain by John Beddoe


    The titles with asterisks are probably going to be the most expensive. Coon's book runs for around 70 dollars and Lundman's is up on amazon.com right now for 125.

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    This page is in need of some updating. All these links are dead.

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    These two helped me quite well. Work of Carleton Stevens Coon: http://carnby.altervista.org/troe/troe.htm

    Especially the photographic supplement within: http://carnby.altervista.org/troe/troephotos.htm


    And also this one, work of Bertil Lundman: http://carnby.altervista.org/lundraces/lundraces.htm
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    My first Taxonomy Book

    I was introduced in this science when I first read « The Human Races» by French anthropologist Henry Valois.
    Does Anyone else know his work/lectures so far? I like his credits about the classification: DALIC as a nordic sub-type.

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    I was introduced in this science when I first read « The Human Races» by French anthropologist Henry Valois.

    Does Anyone else know his work/lectures so far? I like his credits about the classification: DALIC as a nordic sub-type.
    Hi Haselfuchs!

    I don't know the author nor his work, bit I'd like to take a nearer look into that specific book, if you have it as pdf-file in french language.


    Where Do You Learn to Classify?
    Thiazi and Skadi.

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    I went to graduate school in physical and general anthropology, researched and taught for 30 years, collecting casts of skulls, learning forensic reconstruction, paying attention to genes that build faces and bodies, the human genome project, reading thousands of pages of genealogy, and of course, all the attempts at generalizing about race. My specialty is Europe. It also helps to look at as much representational art, from all ages, as one can, including statues. Go to the primary materials where possible. Remember to be quantitative, but also know enough about random assortment and crossover to be looking for various combinations that can turn up from one set of ancestors.

    For years, students have brought me family pictures and we've used various means of classifying them so that students could have a clue where to look for family records, and I've enjoyed this as a kind of mentorship/hobby that engages students. Students have had quite a bit of success in locating family records from our guessing, using last names, genealogy, and faces/body build.

    I'm not too shabby on Native North Americans, either.

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    you can check out Coons book "Races of Europe"

    its a good book

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    I learned it self-educated at web-pages like "Thiazi" and "Skadi" and other pages about anthropologiy. It is sorrowful that this field of knowledge isn´t official admitted in favour of "political correctness" although it is a true scholarship!

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