In 1909, in addition to the journal Anthropos, Wilhelm Schmidt set up an ethnological monograph series and in 1914 a series of linguistic monographs, both published by Aschendorff. By 1950, a total of 31 large monographs had been published in these two series. These were combined together into one series called “Studia Instituti Anthropos” under Fritz Bornemann, the editor of Anthropos. The first volume of this series appeared in 1951.
Religiones aborígenes en Andinoamérica Ecuatorial
Transforming Africans into Cogwheels of the Imperial Machine: Ideology of Progress, Nationalism, and Ultramontane Catholicism in Service of the German Colonial Project in Togo, 1892–1914.
L’histoire au corps Mémoires indociles et archives du désordre dans les cultes de possession en Afrique
Buddhism in the Lahu and Wa Mountains
We Seek Our Roots: Oral tradition in Biboki, West Timor
The Indigenists of the Society of the Divine Word in Paraguay 1910-2000