Boas, Franz Anthropologists Anthropology Social Sciences
Franz Boas (1858-1942) was the single most influential anthropologist in North America in the twentieth century. Boas is noted for challenging the ideas of cultural evolutionists who believed that the pattern of civilization.
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- Franz Boas and Early Camera Study of Behavior - Kinesics Report article by Jay Ruby reviewing Boaz\\'s anthropology visual anthropological research on the Kwakiutl.
- Boas, Franz - An article by Elvin Hatch that discusses the life and academic contributions of the influential anthropologist.
- German American Corner: BOAS, Franz (1858-1942) - Biography from a site listing noteworthy German-Americans.
- Jesup Exhibition - Online exhibition about the Jesup North Pacific Expedition with a brief biography of Franz Boas.
- The Cultural Wilderness of Canadian Water in the Ethnography of Franz Boas - Paper discussing the geography of Boaz\'s early ethnographic research.
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