Robert H. Lowie

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Robert H. Lowie, in full Robert Harry Lowie (June 12, 1883 — Sept. 21, 1957) was an Austrian-born American anthropologist whose extensive studies of North American Plains Indians include exemplary research on the Crow. He also influenced anthropological theory through such works as Culture and Ethnology (1917), Primitive Society (1920), and Social Organization (1948).

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  • Culture & Ethnology, 1917
  • Primitive society, 1920, 1947
  • The Religion of the Crow Indians, 1922
  • The Crow Indians, 1935
  • The History of Ethnological Theory, 1937
  • The German People, 1945
  • Toward Understanding Germany, 1954
  • Ethnologist: A Personal Record, 1959
  • 33 papers (1911–57) in Selected Papers in Anthropology, edited by Cora Dubois, 1960.

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