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Encyclopedia of —isms

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Intersectionality

Intersectionality is ‘a mode of thinking that intersects identities and systems of social oppression and domination’.

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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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Research on Research

The need for a critical approach to Critical and Speculative Design

…”So answering [designer James] Auger’s pressing question — “What is this obsession with class systems?” —, well: we are obsessed with class systems because we can’t help it. Because, in contrast to most of the practitioners in the field of [Speculative and Critical Design], we do not have the privilege of not thinking about issues of race, class and gender.”

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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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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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