Race2 - The Origins of"Race Europe Middle Ages to 1700 Part...

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The Origins of “Race” Europe: Middle Ages to 1700 Part II: The Historical Roots of “Race” and “Racism”
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The Origins of “Race” Sources of “race” and “racism” Two sources before 1700 External: The post-Columbus global expansion and the slave trade Internal: Christian Europe and religious minorities
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The Origins of “Race” Sources of “race” and “racism” External Sources The African slave trade Use of slave labor in the Americas Racialization of slavery “Slave” = Black African Black Africans defined as radically different from Europeans
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The Origins of “Race” Sources of “race” and “racism” Internal sources Religious differences inside Europe Europe: overwhelmingly Christian, but not quite completely Christian Europe and Judaism Small Jewish minority Descendents of Jews forcibly resettled by Roman Empire in 1st cent. A.D.
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The Origins of “Race” Sources of “race” and “racism”
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