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Black into White
Race and Nationality in Brazilian Thought
by Thomas E. Skidmore, Skidmore, Thomas E. Skidmore, Thomas E.
- ISBN: 9780822313205 (0822313200)
- Author: Thomas E. Skidmore, Skidmore, Thomas E. Skidmore, Thomas E.
- Release date: November 18, 1992
- Genres: history
- Format: paperback, 334 pages
- Publisher: Duke University Press Books
- Language: english
About The Book
Published to wide acclaim in 1974, Thomas E. Skidmore’s intellectual history of Brazilian racial ideology has become a classic in the field. Available for the first time in paperback, this edition has been updated to include a new preface and bibliography that surveys recent scholarship in the field. Black into White is a broad-ranging study of what the leading Brazilian intellectuals thought and propounded about race relations between 1870 and 1930. In an effort to reconcile social realities with the doctrines of scientific racism, the Brazilian ideal of “whitening” — the theory that the Brazilian population was becoming whiter as race mixing continued — was used to justify the recruiting of European immigrants and to falsely claim that Brazil had harmoniously combined a multiracial society of Europeans, Africans, and indigenous peoples.
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