International Encyclopaedia
of the Histories of Anthropology

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    BEROSE is an open access encyclopaedia dedicated to the history of anthropology in the broadest sense, including ethnography, ethnology, folklore studies and related disciplines.

    The encyclopaedia has three categories of topical dossiers, containing new articles and other resources:

    • Anthropologists and Ethnographers;
    • Anthropological Institutions and Journals;
    • Anthropological Concepts, Themes and Traditions.

    The BEROSE website includes a series of e-books, “Les Carnets de Bérose”, reflecting the vitality of current research in this field. Programmes of workshops and conferences held within BEROSE are also available.

    BEROSE is multilingual and welcomes articles in English, French, Spanish,
    Portuguese, German and Italian.

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