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Roland B. Dixon ethnology notes

Collection — Box: HUM 400Identifier: HUM 400
Overview: Roland Burrage Dixon (1875-1934) was a professor of anthropology at Harvard University. At the Harvard Peabody Museum, Dixon organized one of the most comprehensive and functional anthropological libraries in the world and also developed Harvard into a leading center for the training of anthropologists. Dixon's ethnological research focused on the interrelationship between culture and the natural environment. This collection is comprised of a volume of ethnology notes written by Roland B....

Roland B. Dixon lecture notes and class materials

Collection Identifier: HUM 399
Overview: Roland Burrage Dixon (1875-1934) was a professor of anthropology at Harvard University. At the Harvard Peabody Museum, Dixon organized one of the most comprehensive and functional anthropological libraries in the world and also developed Harvard into a leading center for the training of anthropologists. The lecture notes, bibliographies, reading lists, outlines, and other records in this collection document Roland B. Dixon's teaching activities at Harvard University in the 1920s.