4 edition of legacy of Leo Frobenius found in the catalog.
|Statement||by A. P. Kriel.|
|Series||Fort Hare inaugural lectures,, C. 23|
|LC Classifications||GN21.F7 K74|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||74181450|
George L. Mosse Prize for the Best Book in Cultural and Intellectual History, given by the American Historical Association Politics, and Prehistory: The Lingering Legacy of Oswald Menghin,” in Current Anthropol number 4 (Aug-Oct. ): "Leo Frobenius and the Revolt against the West," The Journal of Contemporary. “Leo Frobenius and the Revolt against the West,” The Journal of Contemporary Hist no. 2 (April ) “German Orientalism and the Decline of the West,” in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, December Books.
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Legacy of Leo Frobenius. [Cape Province, S.A.] Fort Hare University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Leo Frobenius; Leo Frobenius: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A P Kriel. Leo Frobenius author info including a bio, photo, published books, video, book reviews and more.
African American Literature Book Club Celebrating Our Literary Legacy Since — Black Literature is for Everyone African American Literature Book Club. FROBENIUS, LEO. FROBENIUS, LEO ( – ), was a German ethnologist and philosopher of culture. Leo Viktor Frobenius was born Jin Berlin, where he spent his early years.
Even in his youth he devoted himself enthusiastically to the investigation of African cultures, collecting all available written and pictorial material that dealt with particular ethnological motifs. Die fremde Welt, das bin ich Leo Frobenius: Ethnologe, Forschungsreisender, Abenteurer by Hans-Jürgen Heinrichs The Masks Of God: Primitive Mythology by.
The book, “Nigeria years ago: Through the eyes of Leo Frobenius and his expedition team”, is edited by Richard Kuba and Musa Hambola. Kuba (PhD) is an historian and anthropologist working at Goethe University’s Frobenius-Institut in Frankfurt, Germany; while Hambolu (PhD) is NCMM’s Director of Research, Planning and Publications.
Explore the Art and Legacy of Viola Frey, Sculptor and Painter Leo Frobenius, a text Blier first read in graduate school. “While I knew relatively little about the painting then, this book Author: Karen Chernick.
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P Kriel (Book). Bronze head of "Poseidon" obtained by Leo Frobenius. Contacted by the Times, a Columbia professor dismissed the hype as overblown. “If Leo Frobenius says he has discovered Atlantis,” said Prof. James Rignall Wheeler, Professor of Greek Archaeology and Art at Columbia University, “I suppose that he believes that he has.
So the German anthropologist Leo Frobenius set out to study and collect African sculpture, while in Britain, serious publications - including, inthe British Museum's catalogue of its Benin.
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (The Young Ladies of Avignon, originally titled The Brothel of Avignon) is a large oil painting created in by the Spanish artist Pablo work, part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, portrays five nude female prostitutes in a brothel on Carrer d'Avinyó (translated into Spanish: Calle de Avinyó ), a street in : Pablo Picasso.
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On the one hand, Negritude, for him, was a recognition that Africa had value. And he had been reading Leo Frobenius’s book, History of African Civilization. But. Reading Pound Reading: Modernism After Nietzsche is a book on Ezra Pound by the literary scholar and professor Kathryne V. Lindberg. Lindberg considers the influence of Nietzsche (usually at second- and third-hand through Pound's reading of other writers) upon the prose criticism of Ezra Pound, including his essay "How to Read," his books The ABC of Reading Publisher: Oxford University Press.
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The legacy of Leo Frobenius: an inaugural lecture given in the University of Fort Hare on the 16th March, /. Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler (German: [ˈɔsvalt ˈʃpɛŋlɐ]; 29 May – 8 May ) was a German historian and philosopher of history whose interests included mathematics, science, and art and their relation to his cyclical theory of history.
He is best known for his book The Decline of the West (Der Untergang des Abendlandes), published in andcovering all of world Alma mater: University of Munich, University of. As Germany's oldest anthropological research institution, the Frobenius Institute holds four scientific collections and a number of scientific legacies.
The holdings are the product of a collecting and documentation activity which started in and continued well after the death of the Institute's founder, Leo Frobenius, in Goethe University's Frobenius-Institut in Frankfurt, Germany; while Hambolu (PhD) is NCMM's Director of Research, Planning and Publications.
The book, an anthology, features eight co-authors; who treat different, though related, opening chapter, "The legacy of Leo Frobenius in Germany" is written by Karl-HeinzKohl, a Professor.
The Homeric Gods: Spiritual Significance of Greek Religion (German: Die Götter Griechenlands. Das Bild des Göttlichen im Spiegel des griechischen Geistes, lit. 'The Gods of Greece: The Image of the Divine in the Mirror of the Greek Spirit') is a book about ancient Greek religion, published in and written by the philologist Walter F.
Otto. Its main thesis is that the Greek religion was Author: Walter F. Otto. Blacks in Quebec History: A Forgotten Legacy By Normand Charest Files History, Culture For the longest time, school history books have glossed over the record of visible minorities in the Canadian province of Quebec.
It’s as if Quebec, if not all of Canada, has always been some sort of paradise of racial tolerance. It’s as if Black people never existed in Quebec. But in fact .essays in which the Martinican specificity of her work is muted. “Leo Frobenius and the Problem of Civilizations” (Tropiques, no.
1, April ) praises and builds upon the work of the German ethnologist who is a well-known influence on the Negritude movement. “Alain and Esthetics” [sic].Chapter African Art as Inspiration This book by Leo Frobenius employed patterns from African textiles and woodworking.
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