Nineteenth-century European ethnology and anthropology were established precisely to study different peoples and their institutions.
He became interested in ethnology on that first trip and decided to undertake more detailed investigations.
While stationed in the West and at Fort Mackinac, he studied the cultures and languages of local Indians, contributing to the developing fields of ethnology and ethnography through his studies.
Now a resident in Jerusalem and Vienna, she is considered an expert in Arabic studies and ethnology .
I was really interested in ethnology , anthropology, and comparative religion.
His experiences among the Eskimos created in him a desire to understand the laws of human nature and prompted him to make a gradual transition from cultural geography to ethnology .
Country people are not an ethnologically distinct subspecies awaiting conversion by missionaries.
The most important theoretical framework is provided by detailed articles discussing basic religious ethnological concepts: rites of passage, sacrifice, mourning, ancestors, animism, etc.
The results demonstrate that the best grouping is obtained when populations are grouped geographically, rather than ethnologically or by settlement history.
The last decade has seen an enormous upswing of interest in historical photographs among ethnologists and historians.