Table of contents for The rise and fall of the Caucasian race : a political history of racial identity / Bruce Baum.

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Introduction: "Caucasians" and the Political History of Racial Identities 1
1. Before the "Caucasian Race": Antecedents of European Racialism, c. 1000-1684 41
2. Enlightenment Science and the Invention of the ¿Caucasian Race," 1684-1795 108
3. Passage into "Our Ordinary Forms of Expression":
The ¿Caucasian Race,¿ c. 1795-1850 172
4. Racialized Nationalism and the Partial Eclipse of the ¿Caucasian Race,¿ c. 1840-1935 212
5. The Color Line and the ¿Caucasian Race¿ Revival, 1935-51
6. Not-So-Benign Racialism: The ¿Caucasian Race¿ after Decolonization, 1952-2005 335
7. "Where Caucasian Means Black": ¿Race,¿ Nation, and the Chechen Wars 386		
Conclusion: Deconstructing "Caucasia," Dismantling Racism 413
Notes 480

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Caucasian race -- History.
Race awareness -- Political aspects.
Whites -- Race identity.