The Collectanea series of the Anthropos Institute was startet in 1967 by Wilhelm Saake. The purpose of this series was to collect and publish materials dealing with societies without script. Over the years more than 40 volumes have appeared, dealing with general ethnography, religious ethnography, and linguistic materials. However, the aim of this series has been expanded to include the preservation of items of cultural significance.
God, Shrines, and Problem-solving among the Anufo of Northern Ghana
Josef Franz Thiel: Religionsethnologie. Grundbegriffe der Religionen schriftloser Völker.
Priesterinnen, Heilerinnen, Schamaninnen? Die poringao der Puyuma von Katipol (Taiwan).
Se recréer femme: Manipulation sémantique d'une situation d'infécondité chez les Yaka du Zaïre.
Bhakti in Current Research 1979-1982
The Life of Some Island People of New Guinea. With an Introduction by Nancy Lutkehaus
The Religious System of the Munda Tribe