||Critical studies in the history of anthropology
||1. History and Theory of Anthropology and Ethnology : Introduction -- 2. Theory and Practice : G.W. Leibniz and the Advancement of Science in Russia -- 3. Enlightenment and Pietism : D.G. Messerschmidt and the Early Exploration of Siberia -- 4. Ethnography and Empire : G.F. Müller and the Description of Siberian Peoples -- 5. Anthropology and the Orient : C. Niebuhr and the Danish-German Arabia Expedition -- 6. From the Field to the Study : A.L. Schlözer and the German Invention of Völkerkunde -- 7. Anthropology in the German Enlightenment : Plural Approaches to Human Diversity -- 8. Epilogue: Reception of the German Ethnographic Tradition.
|Scope and content
||"An extensive study of the emergence of ethnology and ethnography, and how theories in Europe and Russia during the eighteenth century experienced a paradigm shift with the work of Franz Boas starting in 1886"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Access restriction||Available only to authorized users.|
|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|