Anthropos

Anthropos is the international journal of anthropology and linguistics, founded in 1906 by Wilhelm Schmidt. The title of the journal stands for the Greek word for “human being” and expresses its main purpose – namely the study of human societies in their cultural dimension. The cultivation of anthropology, ethnology, linguistics, and religious studies was therefore an essential component of Wilhelm Schmidt’s intellectual horizon. This tradition is continued today by members of the Anthropos Institute – the organizational carrier of the journal.

 

Editor in Chief

Phone: +49 2241 237 316

E-Mail

Reviews

Phone: + 49 2241 237 302

E-Mail

Administration

Anthropos Institute
Arnold-Janssen-Str. 20
53757 Sankt Augustin
Germany

Phone: +49 2241 237 318
Fax: +49 2241 237 491

E-Mail

Production and Publishing

Academia Verlag in the
Nomos
Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Waldseestr. 3-5
D-76530 Baden-Baden
Germany

Phone: +49 7221 210 40
Fax: +49 7221 210 427

E-Mail
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www.nomos.de

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