Society of Anthropology of Paris

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The Society of Anthropology of Paris (Société d’Anthropologie de Paris) is a French learned society for anthropology founded by Paul Broca in 1859.wikipedia
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The Society of Anthropology of Paris (Société d’Anthropologie de Paris) is a French learned society for anthropology founded by Paul Broca in 1859.
Paul Broca in Paris was in the process of breaking away from the Société de biologie to form the first of the explicitly anthropological societies, the Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, meeting for the first time in Paris in 1859.

Paul Broca

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The Society of Anthropology of Paris (Société d’Anthropologie de Paris) is a French learned society for anthropology founded by Paul Broca in 1859.
In 1859, he founded the Society of Anthropology of Paris.

Anténor Firmin

Joseph-Anténor Firmin
During this time, he was admitted to the Societe d'Anthropologie de Paris where he began writing L'Egalite des Races Humaines.

Adolphe Bloch

Adolphe Bloch (1882–1969) was a 20th-century French biological and racialist anthropologist as well as a Turkologist, and member of the Society of Anthropology of Paris.

Charles Letourneau

In 1865 he joined the Society of Anthropology of Paris of which he was general secretary from 1887 until his death.

Clémence Royer

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In 1870 Royer became the first woman in France elected to a scientific society, when she was elected to the prestigious all-male Société d’Anthropologie de Paris founded and headed by Paul Broca whose membership included many leading French anthropologists.

Paul Topinard

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He became director of the École d'Anthropologie and secretary-general of the Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, both in succession to Broca.

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The Society of Anthropology of Paris (Société d’Anthropologie de Paris) is a French learned society for anthropology founded by Paul Broca in 1859.

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Cucuteni–Trypillia culture

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Their findings were published in 1885 and 1889, and presented in two international conferences in 1889, both in Paris: at the International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences by Butureanu and at a meeting of the Society of Anthropology of Paris by Diamandi.

Louis Rousselet

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He made ethnological and archaeological explorations in India and the Himalayas, He travelled to Morocco, and was a Secretary of the Society of Anthropology of Paris.

Société des observateurs de l'homme

Society of Observers of Man
The Society went silent in 1804, and was largely forgotten until the time of the French Third Republic, when Paul Broca of the Society of Anthropology of Paris cited the existence of the Observateurs in his claim that French anthropological societies predated those of Great Britain, which were then in ascendency.

Society of Mutual Autopsy

The Society of Mutual Autopsy (or French: la Société d'autopsie mutuelle) was established on 19 October 1876 by members of the Society of Anthropology of Paris in Paris, France.

Herman Frederik Carel ten Kate (anthropologist)

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Ten Kate traveled to explore the anthropology of the American Indians under a commission provided by the Dutch Government and by the Society of Anthropology of Paris.

Édouard Piette

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He served as president of the Société historique de haute-Picardie and was a member of the Société d'Anthropologie de Paris and the Société géologique de France.

Félix Faustino Outes

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He traveled to France to complete further studies at the École d'Anthropologie, and became a member of the Royal Anthropological Institute and the American Anthropological Association, among others.