BLOG READING LIST, DIVIDED BY SUBJECT
www.thosewhocansee.blogspot.com"Those Who Can See, the policy blogwhere Human Biodiversity meets humane, sensible public policy."
New York: Columbia University Press, 1971.(Good basic non-blank-slate approach to genetic differences, even in behavior, between races)
Garn, Stanley M.
Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1961.
(Talks a lot about disease prevalence, blood types, etc. in different ethnic groups, all over the world, very interesting.)(Contents : I: The Nature of Race, II: Geographical, Local and Micro-Races Race, "Race" and Race, III: Race Differences, IV: Blood Groups and Race, V: Natural Selection and Race, VI: Abnormal Hemoglobins, Malaria and Race, VII: Race and Disease, VIII: Race and Genetic Drift, IX: Race Mixture, X: Race,Behavior and Intelligence Race and Temperament, XI: A Taxonomy for Man, Glossary--Index )
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. New York: Whittlesey House,McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1931.
(Serious, circumspect reference work on the state of Race Science in 1930. Loaded with references on every study done in the world up to that point, on every kind of people, of every type of test [hearing, sight, musical talent, intelligence, etc.].)
(Chapter I: The Problem of Race Psychology, Chapter II: Mental Heredity, Chapter III: Early Studies in Racial Differences in Mental Traits, Chapter IV: RecentTrends in Studies of Racial Psychology, Chapter V: Racial Differences in Intelligence, Chapter VI: Intelligence and Euthenics, Chapter VII: Racial Esthetics,Chapter VIII: Racial Differences in Color Preference, Chapter IX: The Musical Talent of Races, Chapter XI: Racial Differences in Mental Fatigue, Chapter XII:The Community of Ideas of Races, Chapter XIII: The Evaluation of Races)
Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers,1997.
(good discussion on genes, alleles, etc., pretty accessible for non-specialists, lots of discussion on policy prescriptions, clear, readable style)
(As rich a resource as you are likely to find online: very long, includes books, journal articles, press articles, and blogs, from both yesterday andtoday)
RACE, THE CONCEPT OF : CONTROVERSY
Morning, Ann. ""Everyone Knows It's a Social Construct": Contemporary Science and the Nature of Race."
40.4 (2007): pp. 436-454.
(This is the definitive article for any argument showing the widespread scientific confusion about "race" between anthros, socios, medicaldoctors, biolos, geneticists, etc. She gives all the money quotes from academic association official declarations, etc. She interviews a bunch of