ethnology


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the branch of anthropology that deals with the division of humankind into races and with their origins and distribution and distinctive characteristics

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While the video itself explains some of the methodology used, Sergey Vasilyev, who heads the department of physical anthropology at the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, gave some more details to International Business Times in a statement.
Robert Lawrence Gunn's Ethnology and Empire examines the "scenarios of troubled linguistic exchange and communicative misrecognition" that "echo routinely across the shifting borderlands and contact zones of American history" (3).
For that occasion, Czech Radio provided new performance materials, which were produced with the participation of the members of the "Dvorak team" at the Department of Music History of the Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
First, it will continue recent efforts to systematically assess the state of practice theory in ethnology and folkloristics by Harris Berger and Giovanna Del Negro (2002; 2004), Peter Jan Margry and Herman Roodenburg (2007), and Simon Bronner (2012), among others.
Emma Martin, head of ethnology at National Museums Liverpool, who is curating the exhibition with her Mexican counterparts, said: "Normally the lead-in time for an exhibition like this is three years, but we've had since August last year.
The Ballad and the Folklorist, now published by Memorial University of Newfoundland, where he was professor prior to taking up a chair in Scottish Ethnology at Aberdeen right at the end of his life, brings together most of his other published work.
Head of the Religion and Law Center Kadyr Malikov, Chief of the Kyrgyz History and Ethnology Department at the Institute of History and Social Legal Education Nazira Kurbanova, Director of the Sezim Crisis Center Bubusara Ryskulova, and others attend the meeting.
In 1994 he became the first professor of Scottish Ethnology at the University of Aberdeen, but sadly died of cancer later that same year when only fifty-five years old.
These proceedings of the Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethnology are of the June 2013 conference held in Brazil.
The ethnology discipline (minzuxue) is classified as a "first-tier discipline" under the "field of law science".
A number of his photographs were used to illustrate Edward Dalton's Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal published in Calcutta in 1872, in which the author notes: 'The Mishmis [sic] are a short sturdy race of fair complexion for Asiatics, well-knit features and as active as monkeys' Dalton describes Mishmi men and women as 'inveterate' smokers.
Woodsman, naturalist and author Bill Burwell's talk about the natural history and ethnology of the McKenzie River watershed is from 9 a.
Thought to be the best example of its kind in the world, the 18th Century Maori rei puta necklace, made from the tooth of a sperm whale, has been on loan to the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden.
The Moroccan Soul: French Education, Colonial Ethnology, and Muslim Resistance, 1912-1956.