Titel: Clark University people
Clark University alumni, Clark University faculty, Clark University fellows, Presidents of Clark University, Franz Boas, Frederick M. Smith, Robert H. Goddard, Alan Kotok, Yehuda Bauer, Padma Lakshmi, George Cressey, Henry H. Goddard.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 104 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 102. Chapters: Clark University alumni, Clark University faculty, Clark University fellows, Presidents of Clark University, Franz Boas, Frederick M. Smith, Robert H. Goddard, Alan Kotok, Yehuda Bauer, Padma Lakshmi, George Cressey, Henry H. Goddard, Robert Kates, Lewis Terman, Margaret Morse Nice, Paul Pena, Gary Chaison, Debórah Dwork, E. Franklin Frazier, Michael Marcus, G. Stanley Hall, Joseph I. France, Adelbert Ames, Jr., Jonas Gilman Clark, Khatchig Mouradian, Winthrop Jordan, Arthur Gordon Webster, John Granville, Arnold Gesell, Mesfin Woldemariam, Francis Sumner, Grayson L. Kirk, J. Keith Fraser, Solomon Lefschetz, Pilar Barbosa, Terri Bonoff, Miriam Van Waters, J. Ross Mackay, Cynthia Enloe, Edward B. Titchener, Frederick Grinnell, Charles Otis Whitman, Mannque Rho, Anthony Bebbington, David Harris, Raymond Mariano, John Heard, L. S. Stavrianos, Robert Atwood, Beth Edmonds, William L. Langer, Hugh Llewellyn Keenleyside, Horace Kallen, Mildred Allen, Fereydoon Family, Alan A. Jones, Robert Dexter, Judith Plaskow, Vance Randolph, Benjamin Shwadran, James Morris Blaut, Chang Jen-Hu, Steven DePaul, Frank Rattray Lillie, Marc Lasry, Donald Keough, Ray Allen Billington, Shannon Boyd-Bailey McCune, Christopher Gilbert, Andrew J. Olmsted, Levi L. Conant, Carroll D. Wright, Kevin Clark, Shelton H. Davis, Joseph L. Kennedy, Wallace Walter Atwood, Roger Hart, Helen Bee, Thomas Gordon Thompson, Saul Rosenzweig, Matthew Sands, Richard T. Moore, Edwin Boring, Suh Sang-Chul, Ellen Churchill Semple, Clarence Barber, John Ulric Nef, Adria Bernardi, Thomas F. Goreau, Cindi Katz, Jeffrey Lurie, L.T.E. Thompson, Albert Potter Wills, David J. Kramer, Corey Carrier, Henry Sheldon, Richard H. Jackson, Floyd M. McDowell, Michel Brunet, Obadiah Hadwen, Henry Rubin, Mitch Glazer, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Alexander Francis Chamberlain, Howard Hale Long, George Athan Billias, Daniel Strachman, John H. Flavell, Samuel Flagg Bemis, Howard W. Odum, Thomas Peterffy, Libby Pataki, George Hubbard Blakeslee, Gwen Bell, Armen Movsessian, William Edward Story, Hermon Carey Bumpus, Caitlin Davies, Donald Q. Cannon, Brian Shactman, William V. Shannon, Kimball Young, John Irwin Hutchinson, W. S. Small, David Hibbett, Glenn W. Ferguson, Beverly Grier, Albert Schinz, Thomas William Edmondson, Edmund Sanford, Douglas Little, David Angel, Hugh Panero, Georg Baur, J. Ronald Eastman, List of presidents of Clark University. Excerpt: Franz Boas ( ; July 9, 1858 - December 21, 1942) was a German-American anthropologist and a pioneer of modern anthropology who has been called the "Father of American Anthropology" and "the Father of Modern Anthropology." Like many such pioneers, he trained in other disciplines; he received his doctorate in physics, and did post-doctoral work in geography. He applied the scientific method to the study of human cultures and societies; previously this discipline was based on the formulation of grand theories around anecdotal knowledge. Boas once summed up his approach to anthropology and folklore by saying: "In the course of time I became convinced that a materialistic point of view, for a physicist a very real one, was untenable. This gave me a new point of view and I recognized the importance of studying the interaction between the organic and inorganic, above all the relation between the life of a people and their physical environment." Franz Uri Boas was born in Minden, Westphalia. Although his grandparents were obser...