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  1. Time: Histories and Ethnologies (The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series)
  2. The Cliff Ruins of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona - Sixteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1894-95, ... Office, Washington, 1897, pages 73-198 by Cosmos Mindeleff, 2010-07-12
  3. The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology, Issue 8 by Harry Ignatius Marshall, 2010-01-11
  4. The Bureau of American Ethnology;: A partial history, by Neil Merton Judd, 1967
  5. Contributions to the Ethnology of the Haida by J. Swanton, 1911-11
  6. Profiles in Ethnology by Elman Rogers Service, 1978-01
  7. The Repair Of Casa Grande Ruin, Arizona, in 1891 Fifteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1893-94, ... ... Office, Washington, 1897, pages 315-348 by Cosmos Mindeleff, 2009-10-04
  8. Ancient art of the province of Chiriqui, Colombia - Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the - Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1884-1885, ... Office, Washington, 1888, pages 3-188 by William Henry Holmes, 2010-07-06
  9. Ethnology of Vanuatu : An Early Twentieth Century Study by Felix Speiser, 1996-10
  10. Chippewa Customs (Smithsonain Institutuin Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin) by Frances Densmore, 2008-06-13
  11. Speaking the language of power: Communication, collaboration and advocacy (translating ethnology into action) (Social Research and Educational Stu) (Volume 0) by Edited by David Fetterman (Professor of StanfordUniversityUSA)., 1993-11-01
  12. Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts - Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. 4, No. 1 by Paul Schellhas, 2010-07-12
  13. Wyandot Government: A Short Study of Tribal Society - Bureau of American Ethnology by John Wesley Powell, 2010-07-12
  14. History, Ethnology and Anthropology Of The Aleut (Anthropology of Pacific North America) by Waldemar Jochelson, 2002-01-28

1. Minpaku WEB Site : English Version
The National Museum of ethnology (Minpaku, short for Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan) was established in 1974. It also serves as an InterUniversity
The National Museum of Ethnology ( Minpaku , short for Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan ) was established in 1974. It also serves as an Inter-University Research Institute under the Monbukagakusho , Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT, formerly Monbusho
The general functions of Minpaku are
  • ethnological (anthropological) research
  • the collection and conservation of ethnographic materials
  • public exhibition.
With these activities, the museum aims to promote a general understanding and awareness of people, societies and cultures throughout the world.
Survey and Guide 2004-05 MINPAKU Anthropology Newsletter Library Catalogue Search Databases
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The Museum exhibits the life of peoples in all major areas of the world in a plain and direct manner, using materials from everyday life. Exhibitions are organised and designed by the academic staff. In addition to the permanent exhibits, the Museum presents temporary exhibitions on special topics. The Museum also introduces its research activities through public lectures, symposia, and by sponsoring performances.
No admission fee for visitors using only Museum Shop, Restaurant, Study Corner, Auditorium, and the entrance hall.

2. Peabody Museum Of Archaeology And Ethnology
The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and ethnology at Harvard University, founded in 1866 by George Peabody, is one of the oldest museums in the world devoted to anthropology.

3. Slovenian Ethnology And Cultural Anthropology
A portal dedicated to preserving national traditions and promoting research. Offers photos, articles, and fieldwork reports, as well as a calendar of local events.
Benjamin Bezek

Last changed:
march 2002
Slovenian Ethnology
Photos ... Links
In the future Slovenia is going to become a member of European Union. This means that we have to induce Europe to accept our culture and way of living. Nation without its own culture and language will not survive. Benjamin Bezek
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4. Ethnology | An International Journal Of Cultural And Social Anthropology, Depart
Dedicated to offering the broadest range of general cultural and social anthropology of any anthropological journal in the United States.
Ethnology, Department of Anthropology
Ethnology : An International Journal of Cultural and Social Anthropology
Ethnology was founded in 1962 by George P. Murdock with the goal of offering the broadest range of general cultural and social anthropology of any anthropological journal in the United States. Ethnology has achieved wide circulation throughout the United States and the world and a deserved reputation as one of the most literate anthropological journals. Specifically, Ethnology provides its readers with a unique opportunity to
  • stay rooted in traditional anthropology while keeping current with new directions of the field. is an academically oriented journal not just for academics. is highly readable and reflects an impressive cross-section of specializations, making it an ideal tool for teaching, reference, and general knowledge of anthropology. is diverse enough to educate the most sophisticated research scholar as well as the occasional anthropology enthusiast.

5. Japanese Society Of Cultural Anthropology's Homepage
An organization comprised of about 2,000 scholars and students to promote ethnological, sociocu1tural, and anthropological research in Japan. Sponsors meetings, seminars, and journals.

The Japanese version of the Society's www pages has a slightly different content.
If you and your browser are Japanese capable, please try the Japanese version as well.
If you are interested in introducing Japanese fonts to your browser, click here!
The Society has changed its official designation from the "Japanese Society of Ethnology" to the " Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology " on April 1, 2004.
The New website is:
About the Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology
Annual Meetings Society's Publications ... Bookmarks
Secretariat: 2-1-1-813 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073, Japan
phone: 81-3-5232-0920, fax: 81-3-5232-0922
email: Produced by Networking Committee, Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Your comments on the JASCA www pages are appreciated. Please send them to

6. Ethnology French Riviera (Var) (English), Ethnology French Riviera (Var) (Englis
Presentation of the research association CEREV, links to other sites treating ethnology, anthropology and museums.
Ethnology in the french riviera (Var) Mirrors sites : (english) Who are we ? Researches and projects To contact us Version française ... The ethnological's links LIVE CHAT, FORUM AND GUESTBOOK Softwares download This Anthropology Web Ring site is owned by C.E.R.E.V. Join Previous Next ... List Sites Click on the graphic to vote for this
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7. Victorian Studies--Arnoldian Ethnology
Essay in Victorian Studies by Vincent P. Pecora.
from Victorian Studies Volume 41, Number 3
Arnoldian Ethnology
Vincent P. Pecora
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What the French call the science des origines , the science of origins,a science which is at the bottom of all real knowledge of the actual world, and which is every day growing in interest and importance. . . . Matthew Arnold, On the Study of Celtic Literature In the light shed by current trends in ''cultural studies,'' Matthew Arnold's version of culture would seem to be precisely that which must be contested: a grand edifice housing only those Europeans responsible for what Culture and Anarchy The opposition between Hellene and Hebrew in Matthew Arnold's writing is a remarkably persistent trope in post-Enlightenment thought. But the distinction between a higher, disinterested curiosity linked to the pagan Greeks and the Philistine (or Evangelical) pragmatism of England's merchant classes is also fundamental to English Romanticism in the poetry of Wordsworth and Shelley and Byron, and it is reproduced in the neo-romantic modernism of Pater, Wilde, Hardy, and Forster (see Gottfried and De Laura). Joyce playfully manipulated the Hellene-Hebrew dichotomy as the basis of his great mock-epic''Jewgreek is greekjew. Extremes meet,'' we read in

8. Museum Fü Völkerkunde, Wien
Collection comprises over 200000 objects and represents the cultural heritage of the continents of Africa, the Americas, Australia and Asia.
The Museum of Ethnology Vienna will be closed for reconstruction from 1 March 2004 until spring 2007.

9. History, Land And Ethnology
Comprehensive resource from TimorNet at University of Coimbra in Portugal.
The obscure history of East Timor
Here TimorNet offers you an inside look at East Timor in all it's facets. While the first part is meant to abridge the state of knowledge about history, the land and the Maubere people, the second half deals particularly with the conflict.
This work is in construction. After an introdutory discription of the situation and limits of East Timor's composing territories, we begin with a brief history that comprises the prehistoric vestiges and a historiography regarding mainly the colonial age during which the island was object of dispute between Dutch and Portuguese, and the Japanese occupation which ocurred in World War II despite the neutrality of the territory. In respect to the land there are entries about geomorfology , geology, climate flora and fauna , and finally natural resources with a call on the importance of petrol and coffee for the economy of an independent East Timor. This is followed by an approach to the ethnological background demography and the culture of the Maubere people.

10. Institute Of Ethnology, ASCR
Carries out research on social and cultural phenomena of nations and ethnic groups. Particular emphases on Czech ethnicity and music.
Institute of Ethnology, ASCR
Phone: +420 234 612 111; 234 612 503 secr. Fax: Address: Na Florenci 3/1420
110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic E-mail: WWW:
The Institute was created in 1954 by merging the Institute for National History and the Institute for Folk Songs, which were incorporated into the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in 1953. These Institutes had their origin in the first decade of the 20 th century. The original name, the Institute for Ethnography and Folklore of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, was changed to the current Institute´s name in October 1999. In 2003, the former Institute of Musicology ASCR merged with the Institute of Ethnology ASCR and the Department of the History of Music was established within the Institute of Ethnology.
The Institute carries out research on social and cultural phenomena of nationalities and ethnic groups and is concerned primarily with the study of specific Czech ethnicity at the present time and throughout its historical development, with ethnic groups living in the Czech Lands and neighbouring countries. There are two branches. The Prague branch focuses its research on Bohemia and the Brno branch is concerned with Moravia and Silesia. The Department of the History of Music is involved in research dealing with the history of musical culture in the Czech Lands in an international context.
The Institute acts as a scientific information centre and has been creating an extensive collection of books, documents and other items of interest. The musical manuscript collection of the Brno section is extremely valuable and contains 70 thousand songs composed over the last 175 years. The systematic collection of these works was of special interest to the eminent Czech composer, Leoš Janáèek.

11. Hanoi MFA Ethnology Exhibits
Photos of the exhibit includes clothing and other cultural displays from the museum in Hanoi.
Ethnology exhibits From the Museum of Fine Arts in Hanoi
This section presents a photographic tour of the Anthropology section of the Museum of Fine Arts (shown above) in Hanoi. These photographs have been taken by Manh Nguyen , who has graciously scanned them for the Vietnam Pictures Archive. EXHIBITS
  • G. Butensky's photoalbum of Vietnam . Photographs taken in 1993. Monuments People Art History ... Midi
  • 12. Definition Of Ethnology
    definition of ethnology

    13. Ethnology Abstracts | An International Journal Of Cultural And Social Anthropolo
    Abstracts of ethnology articles are available beginning with the Winter 1997 (Volume 36, 1) issue. 1997, Volume 36. Winter 1997 Spring 1997 Summer 1997
    Ethnology, Department of Anthropology
    Ethnology Abstracts
    Abstracts of Ethnology articles are available beginning with the Winter 1997 (Volume 36, #1) issue. 1997, Volume 36 1998, Volume 37 1999, Volume 38 2000, Volume 39 2001, Volume 40 2002, Volume 41 2003, Volume 42 2004, Volume 43

    14. Ethnology
    Definition of ethnology

    15. Welcome To Simon Fraser University Museum Of Archaeology And Ethnology
    At Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, gives a taste of archaeology in Canada. Includes photographs and descriptions of prehistoric sites at Charlie Lake Cave, Namu and Keatley Creek.

    16. ETHNOGRAPHY A Definition
    "The way we do things around here" the culture of ethnography

    17. Peabody Museum Of Archaeology And Ethnology/Exhibitions On-Line
    OnLine Features/Peabody Museum of Archaeology and ethnology. Exhibitions On-Line Finding Aids On-Line Peabody Profiles Special Projects
    EXHIBITIONS ON-LINE The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark:
    Native American Objects and the American Quest for Commerce and Science
    Gifting and Feasting in the Northwest Coast Potlatch Rainmakers from the Gods: ... contact us or read "A Note to Web Managers" for questions, comments, etc.

    18. Staatliche Museen Zu Berlin
    Consist of 16 museums, specializing in areas of European and extraEuropean art, archaeology and ethnology. Includes details of collections, opening hours, programs, locations and directions. German and some English.
    The national museums in Berlin represent the result of centuries
    of collecting. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the holdings increased enormously through generous donations, through archaeological fieldwork and through ethnological expeditions undertaken.
    The Replica Workshop (Gipsformerei) has been making replicas for over 150 years RESEARCH Central Archive Rathgen Research Laboratory Institute of Museology Libraries Aktualisiert:05-05-04

    19. Peabody Museum Of Archaeology And Ethnology
    The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and ethnology at Harvard University, founded in 1866 by George Peabody, is one of the oldest museums in the world

    20. Ethnology Database - Bishop Museum
    The Bishop Museum s ethnology Collection includes more than 70000 objects from throughout the Pacific region. Photographs and detailed information are

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    The Bishop Museum's Ethnology Collection includes more than 70,000 objects from throughout the Pacific region. Photographs and detailed information are available for more than 1000 cultural objects. We've grouped them to help you find some of the more popular cultural objects. You can also browse our collections through the eyes of guest curators who have created web tours on different topics. Current tours Custom Searches You can also search our entire database. We've set up some quick searches for fast browsing. Visitors may also use advanced searches combining a number of criteria to help find a specific cultural object.
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