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.
Longing for the House of God, Dwelling in the House of the Ancestors. Local Belief, Christianity, and Islam among the Kéo of Central Flores.
Le roi Kanyok au milieu de quatre coins
The Transforming Arts of Spirit Possession among the Luvale-speaking People of the Upper Zambezi
Inscribing the Mask. Interpretation of Nyau Masks and Ritual Performance among the Chewa of Central Malawi
Initiation and Religion. A Case Study from the Wosera of Papua New Guinea
An Introduction to Evans-Pritchard