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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Our Mulattos Are More Exuberant [nossos Mulatos São Mais Exuberantes]|
|Abstract:||Raimundo Nina Rodrigues (1862-1906) will still engender considerable debate in the academic world. The centennial of his death, for which this translation has been made, has merited a special editions of the prestigious Gazeta Medica da Bahia and other newspapers in the state of Bahia. Nevertheless, his books have not become any more accessible or well known. Almost all of them have been out of print, in some cases for over one hundred years. The text published here, "Miscegenation, degeneracy and crime", is especially interesting, both for the ethnography, which deserves to be revisited, and because of the author's use of genealogies and case studies, unprecedented in Brazil at that time.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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