Bertil Lundman

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Bertil J. Lundman (September 28, 1899, Malmö – November 5, 1993) was a Swedish anthropologist.

Early life[edit]

Lundman was born on September 28, 1899 in Malmö.


Lundman was an anthropologist. In the 1930s, he wrote article in Zeitschrift fur Rassenkunde, a German journal of racial studies.[1] Later, he served on the Executive Committee of the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics.[1]

He created a racial classification system of Europeans in his book The Races and Peoples of Europe (1977).


Lundman died on November 5, 1993.


  • Västmanlandstyper, Julläsning, Västmanlands läns tidning (1931)
  • Folktypsundersökningar i Dalarna I-IX, Dalarnas hembygsbok (1932–38, 1940, 1946)
  • Nordens rastyper, (1940)
  • Jordens människoraser och folkstammar, (1943–44)
  • Dalaallmogens antropologi (Doctoral dissertation), (1945)
  • On the Origin of the Lapps, Ethnos (1946)
  • Nutidens människoraser (1946)
  • Nyare rasforskningar i Finland (1946)
  • Raser och folkstockar i Baltoskandia (1946)
  • Ergebnisse der anthropologischen Lappenforchung, Anthropos (1952)
  • Umriss der Rassenkunde des Menschen in geschichtlicher Zeit (1952)
  • Stammeskunde der Völker (1961)
  • Le Razze e i Popoli della Terra by Renato Biasutti reviewed in Mankind Quarterly July 1963, pp. 60-62
  • Blutgruppenforschung und geograpische Anthropologie (1967)
  • Jordens folkstammar (1969)
  • Jordens människoraser eller människans geografiska variation genom klimatanpassningar och folkvandringar (1969)
  • Kortfattad etnogeografi (1970)
  • The Races and Peoples of Europe (translation) (1977)
  • Minnen (Memoirs) (1987)


  1. ^ a b Winston, Andrew S. (Spring 1998). "Science in the service of the far right: Henry E. Garrett, the IAAEE, and the Liberty Lobby - International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology - Experts in the Service of Social Reform: SPSSI, Psychology, and Society, 1936-1996". Journal of Social Issues 54: 179–210. 

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