Of course, one might take the opposite view: that, on the contrary, instead of ethnologists
and folklorists going their separate ways in two different societies, as might easily have happened, they decided to join their fortunes and make common cause in one common society with regular, common congresses at which to share inspiration and cultivate their close relationship.
The national costume is the only, main cultural phenomenon that can separate us from all the other people on the Balkans, even Europe and the world," said ethnologist
Like other ethnologists
at that time, Richards published sensitive cultural information presumably without consent.
Koppers Indien", meaning 29 cylinders with traditional music of the Bhil in India, recorded by the Vienna ethnologist
Wilhelm Koppers (1886-1961) in Rambhapur in 1939.
This (famous) quarrel seems to have influenced the interests of ethnologists
Colin Taylor, the English ethnologist
of the Plains Indians, who died in September 2004.
Just as colonial-era ethnologists
would eagerly 'discover' tribes that were often more appropriately parts of much larger groups, so languages in Africa have much greater affinity to each other than is commonly believed.
Mann, a writer for Science and The Atlantic, wrote 1491 to present to nonspecialist readers discoveries made in recent decades by historians, archeologists, biologists, and ethnologists
studying the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
Democracy was part of the curatorial process, nourished as it was by collaborations between artists and scientists, ethnologists
, sociologists, and philosophers, the fruit of long preparation and regular meetings at Latour's Paris home.
The volume is of especial interest to art historians and ethnologists
The book is written in Swedish and contains chapters by a Nordic cross-scientific network of gender researchers that includes historians, ethnologists
, folklore researchers and a legal expert.
Late nineteenth-century anthropologists and ethnologists
began the study of the "primitive" mentality or the "savage mind" contrasting that to the later development of the "civilized mind"; historians of religion discovered major differences between magic and religion; historians of early modern science distinguished the "occult" from the "scientific," and focused on the latter.