Table of contents for The 1904 anthropology days and Olympic games : sport, race, and American imperialism / edited by Susan Brownell.


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Introduction
Bodies before Boas, Sport before the Laughter Left
I
Susan Brownell
i. A "Special Olympics"
Testing Racial Strength and Endurance
at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition
59
Nancy J. Parezo
2. The "Physical Value" of Races and Nations
Anthropology and Athletics at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
127
Mark Dyreson
3. Pierre de Coubertin's Concepts of
Race, Nation, and Civilization
156
Otto I. Schantz
4. Anthropology Days, the Construction of Whiteness,
and American Imperialism in the Philippines
189
Gerald R. Gems
5. "From Savagery to Civic Organization"
The Nonparticipation ofCanadian Indians
in the Anthropology Days ofthe 1904 St. Louis Olympic Games
217
Christine M. O'Bonsawin
6. "Leav[ing] the White[s] ... Far Behind Them"
The Girls from Fort Shaw (Montana) Indian School,
Basketball Champions ofthe 19o4 World's Fair
243
Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith
7. Germans and Others at the "American Games"
Problems of National and International Representation
at the 190o4 Olympics
278
Suzuko Mousel Knott
8. Greece and the 1904 "American" Olympics
301
Alexander Kitroeff
9. From the Anthropology Days to
the Anthropological Olympics
324
John Bale
Io. Olympic Anthropology Days and the Progress of Exclusion
Toward an Anthropology of Democracy
343
Henning Eichberg
ii. The Growth of Scientific Standards
from Anthropology Days to Present Days
383
Jonathan Marks
Afterword
Back to the Future
397
Susan Brownell
References 415
List of Contributors 451



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo, )Olympic Games (3rd : 1904 : Saint Louis, Mo, )Sports Anthropological aspects United States, Indians of North America Exhibitions, Indians of North America Public opinion, Ethnology United States, Imperialism, United States Ethnic relations, United States Race relations, United States History