Anglo-German Anthropology in the Malay Archipelago 1869-1912 : Adolf Bernhard Meyer, Alfred Russell Wallace and AC Haddon
Anglo-German Scholarly Networks in the Long Nineteenth Century explores the complex and shifting connections between scientists and scholars in Britain and Germany from the late eighteenth century to the interwar years. Based on the concept of the transnational network in both its informal and institutional dimensions, it deals with the transfer of knowledge and ideas in a variety of fields and disciplines. Furthermore, it examines the role which mutual perceptions and stereotypes played in...[Show more]
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