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Recent Works on the History of Eugenics

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1. Bucur Maria. 2002. Eugenics and Modernization in Interwar Romania . Pittsburgh: University of Pennsylvania Press.
2. Bucur Maria,. 2010. “"Eugenics in Eastern Europe, 1870s–1945."” In The Oxford Handbook of the History of Eugenics , edited by Bashford Alison, and Levine Philippa, 398412. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
3. Klautke Egbert. 2016. “"‘The Germans are Beating Us at Our Own Game.’ American Eugenics and the German Sterilization Law of 1933."” History of the Human Sciences Vol 24, no. 3: 2543.
4. Kühl Stefan. 1994. The Nazi Connection. Eugenics, American Racism and German National Socialism . New York: Oxford University Press.
5. Schneider W. 1982. “"Towards the Improvement of the Human Race: The History of Eugenics in France".” Journal of Modern History Vol 54, no. 2: 268291.
6. Schneider William H. 1990. Quality and Quantity: The Quest for Biological Regeneration in Twentieth Century France . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
7. Turda Marius,, and Weindling Paul, eds. 2006. “Blood and Homeland:” Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe, 1900–1940 . Budapest: Central European University Press.
8. Weindling Paul. 1993. Health, Race and German Politics between National Unification and Nazism 1870–1945 . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
9. Weindling Paul. 1999. “"International Eugenics: Swedish Sterilization in Context".” Scandinavian Journal of History Vol 24, no. 2: 179197.
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