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Robert H. Lowie. AKA Robert Harry Lowie. American ethnologist. Birthplace: Vienna, Austria Location of death: Berkeley, CA Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified. Gend. Wife: Luella Cole (m. ) University: BA, College of the City of New York () University: PhD, Columbia University () Professor: Anthropology, University of Born: LOWIE, ROBERT H. LOWIE, ROBERT H. ( – ), American anthropologist. Lowie was born in Vienna and emigrated to New York in After graduation from City College with honors in classics and an interlude of public-school teaching and additional training in science, he enrolled at Columbia for graduate study in anthropology under Franz student cohort . Robert H. Lowie, Ethnologist: A Personal Record. ROBERT H. LOWIE. Berkeley: Univer- Reviewed by D. B. SHIMKIN, University ofIllinois In the last days of his life, Professor Lowie completed his intellectual autobiography. This, his final contribution, enhances the value of his field studies in North AmericaAuthor: D. B. Shimkin. Reviews the book "Ethnologist: A Personal Record," by Robert H. Lowie. Anthropologists and Indians. Stern, Bernhard J. // New Republic;9/25/35, Vol. 84 Issue , p Reviews the book "The Crow Indians," by Robert H. Lowie. Primitive Religion. Gamertsfelder, Walter S. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Jun25, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p The.
The Austrian-born American anthropologist Robert Harry Lowie () specialized in the culture of the Plains Indians in North America. Robert H. Lowie was born on J , in Vienna. His parents emigrated to the United States in , and Lowie entered the City College of New York in , studying classics and reading randomly in natural. Robert Harry Lowie is an anthropologist and ethnologist from the school of thought of Franz Boas (). Ethnologic data durin g and before Lowie's era was beingAuthor: Nihat Durak. A. L. Kroeber, Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, , and Sociologus. 8 (~: Ermine Wheeler-Vogelin, Journal of A merican Folklore, 71 (): In the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology published The Complete Bibliography of Robert H. Lowie with an introduction by Alan Dundes. Robert H. H. Lowie, Ethnologist: A Personal sity of California Press. Robert H. Complete Bibliography of Robert H. Lowie.