Victor Barnouw
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The Hague,Netherland
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Educational background  :

A.B. with honors in 1940 from Columbia College

Ph.D. from Columbia University.

Acheivements / Contributions  :

  • Victor Barnouw was awarded the very first Sterling Award from the American Anthropological Association in 1968 for his “Cross-Cultural-Research With the House-Tree-Person test,” a study related to culture and personality.

  • Victor Barnouw began his career as an instructor in anthropology, at Brooklyn College in New York from 1945-1948.

  • He trained at the University of Buffalo, from 1948-1951.

  • From 1951-1953, he did postdoctoral learn at the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of South Asia Regional Studies were he did research in South Asia and India.

  • He was a research related at the University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign from 1955-1956 and was a visiting subordinate professor.

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Bibliography  :
Culture and Personality (Dorsey Series in Anthropology),Anthropology: A general introduction (The Dorsey series in anthropology), An introduction to anthropology (The Dorsey series in anthropology).