- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Exotic Spectacles and the Global Context of German Anthropology
- Chapter 2 <i>Kultur</i> and <i>Kulturkampf:</i> The <i>Studia Humanitas</i> and the People without History
- Chapter 3 Nature and the Boundaries of the Human: Monkeys, Monsters, and Natural Peoples
- Chapter 4 Measuring Skulls: The Social Role of the Antihumanist
- Chapter 5 A German Republic of Science and a German Idea of Truth: Empiricism and Sociability in Anthropology
- Chapter 6 Anthropological Patriotism: The <i>Schulstatistik</i> and the Racial Composition of Germany
- Chapter 7 The Secret of Primitive Accumulation: The Political Economy of Anthropological Objects
- Chapter 8 Commodities, Curiosities, and the Display of Anthropological Objects
- Chapter 9 History Without Humanism: Culture-Historical Anthropology and the Triumph of the Museum
- Chapter 10 Colonialism and the Limits of the Human: The Failure of Fieldwork
- Anthropology and Antihumanism in Imperial Germany
- University of Chicago Press
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