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, »Programme for the observance in 1971 of the International Year for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination« (11.12.1969), 1829th plenary meeting, URL: bol=A/RES/2544 %20 %28XXIV %29 (zuletzt abgerufen: 01.02.2020). Grossman, Victor, »African Americans in the German Democratic Republic«, in: Greene/Ortlepp (Hg.),Germans and African Americans, S. 3-16. Hall, Gus, Fighting Racism: Selected Writings, New York 1985. Harrington, Michael,The Other America. Poverty in the United States, New York 1962. Haywood, Harry, Black


Anthropologie. Bonn: Athenaeum; Thomas Kenneth Pen- niman (1974) A Hundred Years of Anthropology. New York: Morrow; George W. Stocking (1987) Victorian Anthropology. New York: Free Press; Uwe Hoßfeld (2005) Geschichte der biologischen Anthropologie in Deutschland. Stuttgart: Steiner, S. 28). Vgl. bspw. Douglas A. Lorimer (1978) Colour, Class and Victorians: English Attitudes to the Negro in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. Leicester: Leicester University Press, S. 15-16; Robert Miles (1989) Racism. London u.a.: Routledge, S. 36-37; Elazar Barkan (1996) The Retreat of

, NY: Routledge ²2007 [1995]; Panayi, Panikos: An Immigration His- tory of Britain. Multicultural Racism since 1800, Abingdon/New York, NY: Routledge 2010. Vgl. außerdem das neu aufgelegte Standardwerk Fryer, Peter: Staying Power. The History of Black People in Britain, Neuaufl., London: Get Political 2010 [1984]. Bemerkenswert aufgrund der chronologischen Tiefendimension ist zudem Winder, Robert: Bloody Foreig- ners. The Story of Immigration to Britain, London: Abacus 2005. Hier setzt die Betrachtung bei den »Norman Invaders« ein und passt damit zu den

antirassistischen Denkens und Handelns, das sich die explizite Anerkennung von »Rasse« oder »Ethnizität« zur Grundlage macht.84 »The very notion of black and white history is, of course, both a theoretical nonsense and a practical necessity. There is no scientific or biological basis for race. It is a construct to explain the gruesome reality that racism built. So long as there is discrimination against races, we will also need to discriminate between them. Yet while blackness is relentlessly examined, whiteness is eternally presumed.«85 Es handelt sich hierbei um


Press. Barber, Bernard (1973) „Der Widerstand von Wissenschaftlern gegen wissen- schaftliche Entdeckungen“. In: Peter Weingart (Hrsg.): Wissenschaftsso- ziologie I. Wissenschaftliche Entwicklung als sozialer Prozeß. Frankfurt: Athenäum, S. 205-221. Barkan, Elazar (1996) The Retreat of Scientific Racism. Changing Concepts of Race in Britain and the United States Between the World Wars. Cam- bridge: Cambridge University Press. Barker, Ernest (1915) Political Thought in England. From Herbert Spencer to the Present Day. London: Williams and Norgate. –– (1946

anthropology as a discipline. Examining captives of diverse points of origin and focusing on those thought to be quite diff erent from themselves, German anthropologists established correlations between race and nationality and laid some of the foundations for the German scientifi c racism that devel- oped in the 1920s and 1930s. Moreover, to have studied POWs proved to have been a good career move in postwar German anthropology.14 Th e apparently analogous inquiries of British physical anthropologists were simply surveys of German POWs and led to rather diff erent