Widening the debate about race beyond the pages of scholarly journals the nature of race dissects competing definitions in straightforward language to reveal the logic and assumptions underpinning todays claims about human difference. Four teaching race scientists on human difference pp 103 141 the two definitions of race quoted above testify to the wide range of approaches and arguments that faculty interviewees used when i asked them to describe their understandings of race. Ann mornings book the nature of race how scientists think and teach about human difference is a brilliant contribution to this important and growing literature in this book morning examines how scientists are influencing ideas about race through teaching and textbooks. The nature of race how scientists think and teach about human difference ann morning university of california press jun 24 2011 social science 328 pages. The nature of race how scientists think and teach about human difference is written with a refreshing scholarly honesty from the very first pages to the conclusion ann morning an associate professor of sociology at new york university is generous with her research insights reflections theoretical commitments assumptions and even
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