In Mission and Music, Zahn presents a view of the lives of the Jabem and Bukawac peoples in the first decades of the 20th century, with interesting and often insightful ethnographical
This year the event's organiser, Guus Roell, is hosting four guest-exhibitors in his 18th-century townhouse gallery offering Cape Dutch furniture; antique silver and jewellery; English antique furniture; and ethnographical
While the management of oppressive attention has been extensively described and analyzed in recent ethnographical
and biographical literature on disability, historians have taken little interest in the lived experience of people with disabilities.
The building and its contents were a gift to the London County Council by the tea importer and Liberal MP Frederick John Horniman, who had already opened to the public the large ethnographical
collection he had amassed in his house nearby.
Collection from the Kiwai District of British New Guinea.
While he has proved a more systematic and scholarly collector than his father-in-law, he similarly places aesthetic value above ethnographical
The major problem lies in a basic confusion evident in particular at the ethnographical
and linguistic levels.
Defying customary categorization, the study involves historical, sociological, folkloric, and ethnographical
foundations generating a new set of parameters within which to consider the Famine and its far-reaching consequences.
A hundred blown-up photographs of motion studies, ethnographical
material, child art, and microphotographs blended technology and fantasy in wild profusion.
Thomsen, Thomas, decembre 1937, The Study of Man, Denmark organized the World's First Ethnographical
Museum , The American-Scandinavian Review : 309-318.
1860 Opuscula: Essays Chiefly Philological and Ethnographical
, Williams & Norgate, London.
Compared with modern ethnographical
fieldwork and studies of literate peoples, these circumstances impose great limitations on our research.