1. The work of Franz Boas, Steven J Gould, Richard Lewontin, Nina Jablonski, and the Human Genome Project have argued that there is no biological basis for race. At the same time, we've argued in class that race still exists and is "real." How can there be no biological basis for race, and yet it still exist? Drawing on the contributions of scholars mentioned above, discuss what this means and provide three examples discussed in section, and lecture that show how "race" continues to have an impact on the present.
If you could respond in the form of an outline that would be amazing. This is a potential essay question for an exam.
Also please please please respond before 8am may 4th!!!!!
To make a long story short, those who deny race tend to say that there isn't any one trait that all members of a race have in... View the full answer