Claude Lévi-Strauss


French anthropologist and ethnologist whose work was key in the development of the theory of structuralism and structural anthropology.[4] He held the Chair of Social Anthropology at the Collège de France between 1959 and 1982 and was elected a member of the Académie française in 1973. He received numerous honors from universities and institutions throughout the world and has been called, alongside James George Frazer and Franz Boas,[5] the "father of modern anthropology". (Wikipedia)

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L'analyse structurale en linguistique et en anthropologie

1945 - Word 1 (1), pp.33-53

Les règles élémentaires de la parenté

1949 - Paris, Presses universitaires de France

Results of the conference of anthropologists and linguistics

1953 - Bloomington, Ind, Indiana University Linguistics Club

Anthropologie structurale

1958 - Paris, Plon

'Les Chats' de Charles Baudelaire

with Jakobson Roman 1962 - L'Homme 2, pp.5-21

Elogio dell'antropologia

1965 - aut aut 88, pp.7-41

The savage mind

1966 - Chicago, University of Chicago Press

Charles Baudelaire 'Les Chats'

with Jakobson Roman 1970 - in: Michael Lane (ed), Introduction to structuralism, New York, Basic Books, pp.202-221.

Anthropologie structurale II

1973 - Paris, Plon

Begegnungen mit Merleau-Ponty

1986 - in: Alexandre Métraux; Bernhard Waldenfels (ed), Leibhaftige Vernunft: Spuren von Merleau-Pontys Denken, München, Fink, pp.29-36.

Traurige Tropen

1999 - Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp

Das wilde Denken

2001 - Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp