Giuseppe Sergi (March 20, 1841 – October 17, 1936) was an influential Italian anthropologist of the early twentieth century, best known for his opposition to Nordicism in his books on the racial identity of ancient Mediterranean peoples. His concept of the Mediterranean race, became important to the modelling of racial difference in the early twentieth century.
- Antropologia biologica, Milano: Dumolard, 1884
- La Sardegna, note e comenti di un antropologo. Illustrata con tavole e figure, Torino: Fratelli Bocca, 1907
- The Mediterranean race: a study of the origin of European peoples, London, W. Scott; New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1909
- Le origini umane; ricerche paleontologiche, Torino: Fratelli Bocca, 1913