Incompletetimelineofhumanclassification

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The incomplete timeline of human classification is an ongoing collection of found cartographies of classificatory systems that are used in Western society. This timeline is part of ‘#0: On Classification’ and is an effort to create an historic overview of the way humans are organised and classified throughout the history of Western society. Within the category, the data is organised chronologically, by year of publishing. This collection of human classification not only presents how classification is done in history, but also how it shows its ugly head today.

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2015 — Five tribes of youth in Amsterdam

1. Creatives
2. Fraturnity members
3. Ajax-fans
4. HipHop-fans
5. Foreign students

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2010 — The Average Worldcitizen

Designed by Quest (found in De Volkskrant, November 2, 2010, p6)

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1995 — Voluntary Affirmative Action Information

Designed by Players Casino (Found in a record sleeve of funkband WAR. In possession of the author.)

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1962 — Classification of Mankind by Color of Skin

Designed by H.J. Fleure (in Bartholomew's Atlas)

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1961 — Nine Regions

Designed by Stanley Marion Garn, human biologist

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1940 — Human Skin Color Distribution

designed by Italian geographer Renato Biasutti, which was based on von Luschan's chromatic scale

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1920 — Distribution of the Primary Races

Designed by Theodore Lothrop Stoddard, American historian, journalist, eugenicist, Klansman, political and racial theorist.

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1912 — The Races of Mankind about 1500

designer unknown. Published by George Philip & Son Ltd., London

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1896 — Color of Skin after G. Gerland

designed by W.Z.R. Fecit after G. Gerland

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1893 — Principal Types of Mankind (after Huxley)

Designed by The Jonas Brother (after Thomas Henry Huxley, biologist)

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1891 — The Races of Mankind Before European Expansion

designer unknown. Publish by Charles Scribner's Sons

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1890 — Etnographische Karte Verbreitung der Menschenrassen

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1880 — Menschenrassen

published by Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon

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1852 — 1852 — Ethnographic Map of the World Showing the Present Distribution of the Leading Races of Man

Designed by A. Keith Johnston

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1798— White, Yellow and Black

Designed by Georges Cuvier, a French naturalist and zoologist, the "father of paleontology"

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1796 — Europe supported by Africa and America

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1785 — The Outline of History of Mankind

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1758 — Geographical varieties of Homo Sapiens

Linnaeus' classificatory system as described in ‘Systema Naturae’ (visualisation Mark Mulder): where geographical varieties is related to behaviour.

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623 — Sons of Noah

Designed by Christian Church (Old Testament)

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