Juan Comas Camps (January 23, 1900 Alayor, Menorca, Spain - January 18, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico) was a Spanish-Mexican anthropologist, notable for his critical work on race, and his participation in drafting the UNESCO statement on race. He fled Spain during the regime of Franco, and spend the rest of his life in Mexico. He was professor of physical anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology and History in Mexico between 1940 and 1943, and at the National Autonomous University from 1955 until his death.

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  • Juan Comas Camps fue un antropólogo y escritor español nacido en Alayor, Menorca, el año de 1900. Refugiado en México como resultado de la guerra civil española en 1939, desarrolló una intensa tarea en torno a la realidad de los pueblos indígenas de este país americano. En este orden de ideas fue uno de los pioneros en México de los derechos humanos. Desarrolló también una meritoria labor docente en la Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia y en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, muy en especial en el Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas del que fue uno de los fundadores. Murió en la Ciudad de México en 1979. (es)
  • Juan Comas Camps (January 23, 1900 Alayor, Menorca, Spain - January 18, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico) was a Spanish-Mexican anthropologist, notable for his critical work on race, and his participation in drafting the UNESCO statement on race. He fled Spain during the regime of Franco, and spend the rest of his life in Mexico. He was professor of physical anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology and History in Mexico between 1940 and 1943, and at the National Autonomous University from 1955 until his death. (en)
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  • Juan Comas Camps (January 23, 1900 Alayor, Menorca, Spain - January 18, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico) was a Spanish-Mexican anthropologist, notable for his critical work on race, and his participation in drafting the UNESCO statement on race. He fled Spain during the regime of Franco, and spend the rest of his life in Mexico. He was professor of physical anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology and History in Mexico between 1940 and 1943, and at the National Autonomous University from 1955 until his death. (en)
  • Juan Comas Camps fue un antropólogo y escritor español nacido en Alayor, Menorca, el año de 1900. Refugiado en México como resultado de la guerra civil española en 1939, desarrolló una intensa tarea en torno a la realidad de los pueblos indígenas de este país americano. En este orden de ideas fue uno de los pioneros en México de los derechos humanos. (es)
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