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History of anthropology | Etnographical archive | Colonialism
Frederico Delgado Rosa is a comparative historian of anthropology, working on the Major Traditions' formative periods and on peripheral ones as well. Among other works, he authored a history of the totemic debate (2003). He presently works on ethnographic monographs written during the period c. 1870-1922. He is the codirector, with Christine Laurière, of BEROSE International Encyclopaedia of the Histories of Anthropology, and the series 'Les Carnets de Bérose'. Since August 2018, he is co-convenor, with Han Vermeulen, of the History of Anthropology Network (HOAN) of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). Keywords: History of anthropology, modern and pre-modern ethnographies, colonialism, north-american, oceanic, african, and european contexts.