The Frobenius Institute (originally: Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie) is Germany's oldest anthropological research institute. Founded in 1925, it is named after Leo Frobenius. The institution is located at Gruneburgplatz 1 in Frankfurt am Main. An autonomous organization, it is associated with the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, and works in collaboration with two other organizations, the Institut für Ethnologie, and the Museum der Weltkulturen. It carries out ethnological and historical research. Originally established in Munich and known as the Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie, it was renamed by Adolf Ellegard Jensen, its director after the 1938 death of Frobenius.

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  • Das Frobenius-Institut ist benannt nach seinem Gründer, dem Ethnologen Leo Frobenius. Es ist in Frankfurt am Main ansässig und der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität assoziiert. Das älteste in Deutschland angesiedelte ethnologische Institut arbeitet eng mit dem Institut für Historische Ethnologie sowie mit dem Museum der Weltkulturen der Stadt zusammen. (de)
  • The Frobenius Institute (originally: Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie) is Germany's oldest anthropological research institute. Founded in 1925, it is named after Leo Frobenius. The institution is located at Gruneburgplatz 1 in Frankfurt am Main. An autonomous organization, it is associated with the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, and works in collaboration with two other organizations, the Institut für Ethnologie, and the Museum der Weltkulturen. It carries out ethnological and historical research. Originally established in Munich and known as the Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie, it was renamed by Adolf Ellegard Jensen, its director after the 1938 death of Frobenius. (en)
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  • Das Frobenius-Institut ist benannt nach seinem Gründer, dem Ethnologen Leo Frobenius. Es ist in Frankfurt am Main ansässig und der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität assoziiert. Das älteste in Deutschland angesiedelte ethnologische Institut arbeitet eng mit dem Institut für Historische Ethnologie sowie mit dem Museum der Weltkulturen der Stadt zusammen. (de)
  • The Frobenius Institute (originally: Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie) is Germany's oldest anthropological research institute. Founded in 1925, it is named after Leo Frobenius. The institution is located at Gruneburgplatz 1 in Frankfurt am Main. An autonomous organization, it is associated with the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, and works in collaboration with two other organizations, the Institut für Ethnologie, and the Museum der Weltkulturen. It carries out ethnological and historical research. Originally established in Munich and known as the Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie, it was renamed by Adolf Ellegard Jensen, its director after the 1938 death of Frobenius. (en)
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  • Frobenius-Institut (de)
  • Frobenius Institute (en)
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