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Mary Douglas (ur. 25 marca 1921 w Sanremo, zm. 16 maja 2007 w Londynie) – brytyjska antropolog, znana ze swych badań nad rolą symboli w kulturze. Specjalizowała się w antropologii społecznej, będąc postrzegana jako kontynuatorka myśli Durkheima. Jednym z jej głównych zainteresowań badawczych były porównawcze studia nad religiami. Dame Mary Douglas, DBE, FBA (25 March 1921 – 16 May 2007) was a British anthropologist, known for her writings on human culture and symbolism, whose area of speciality was social anthropology. Douglas was considered a follower of Émile Durkheim and a proponent of structuralist analysis, with a strong interest in comparative religion. Mary Douglas (San Remo, 25 maart 1921 – 16 mei 2007, Londen) was een Brits antropologe, die bekend is geworden met haar boeken over cultuur en symboliek. In 1966 publiceerde ze Purity and Danger, een analyse van rituelen in verschillende culturen en verschillende tijden. In 1992 werd zij onderscheiden met de benoeming tot Dame Commandeur in de Orde van het Britse Rijk. In 2007 overleed ze aan kanker. Mary Douglas (Sanremo, 25 de Março de 1921 – Londres, 16 de Maio de 2007) é filha de Gilbert Tew, funcionário do serviço colonial Britânico e sua esposa Phyllis; o nome de solteira era Margaret Mary Tew. Passou a infância em Totnes, sul da Inglaterra. A área de pesquisa é a de antropologia social. Foi considerada uma seguidora de Émile Durkheim e uma proponente da análise estruturalista, com um grande interesse por religião comparada. Em 2004 perde o marido; e em 16 de maio de 2007 falece em Londres aos 86 anos, por complicações associadas a um câncer. Fu autrice di pubblicazioni di notevole interesse e di ampie prospettive scientifiche. I suoi contributi sono particolarmente rilevanti nell'ambito dell'antropologia sociale e simbolica. Fu allieva di Evans-Pritchard ed ebbe una visione teorica della pratica antropologica considerata una rielaborazione e riattualizzazione delle teorie di Émile Durkheim, proponendo un'analisi strutturale alternativa dell'antropologia postmoderna. Buona parte delle sue ricerche sono state nel campo dello studio delle religioni, in un'ottica fortemente comparativa. Dame Mary Douglas DBE (geb. Margaret Mary Tew; * 25. März 1921 in San Remo, Italien; † 16. Mai 2007 in London) war eine britische Sozialanthropologin. Mary Douglas, née Margaret Mary Tew le 25 mars 1921 à Sanremo (Italie) et morte le 16 mai 2007 à Londres, est une anthropologue britannique, spécialiste d’anthropologie de la culture. Inspirée par la sociologie d’Émile Durkheim, elle a pris position en faveur de l’analyse structuraliste en anthropologie. Elle est particulièrement connue pour ses travaux portant sur l’anthropologie des religions et la philosophie des institutions. Mary Douglas (San Remo, Italia, 25 de marzo de 1921 - Londres, 16 de mayo de 2007) fue una antropóloga británica especializada en el análisis del simbolismo y los textos bíblicos. Su libro más conocido, Pureza y peligro (1966), ha ejercido una gran influencia en el estudio antropológico de los sistemas de clasificación. Мэ́ри Ду́глас (англ. Mary Douglas, 25 марта 1921 — 16 мая 2007) — британский антрополог, известный работами по культуре и символизму. Дуглас работала в области социальной антропологии, особенно её интересовало сравнительное религиоведение. Считается последовательницей Эмиля Дюркгейма и сторонницей структурного анализа. 瑪麗·道格拉斯女爵士,DBE,FBA(英文:Dame Mary Douglas,1921年3月25日-2007年5月16日)。英國人類學家,因其對於人類文化與象徵主義的作品而聞名於世。 她的領域是社會人類學;她被認定為塗爾幹的追隨者與結構主義分析的提倡者,她對於宗教比較研究(comparative religion)具有強烈興趣。 メアリー・ダグラス(Mary Douglas、1921年5月25日 - 2007年5月16日)は、イギリスの社会人類学、文化人類学者。専門は、象徴人類学、比較宗教学。『汚穢と禁忌』における「穢れ」論によって、20世紀の文化人類学を代表する一人として数えられている。
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Мэ́ри Ду́глас (англ. Mary Douglas, 25 марта 1921 — 16 мая 2007) — британский антрополог, известный работами по культуре и символизму. Дуглас работала в области социальной антропологии, особенно её интересовало сравнительное религиоведение. Считается последовательницей Эмиля Дюркгейма и сторонницей структурного анализа. Dame Mary Douglas DBE (geb. Margaret Mary Tew; * 25. März 1921 in San Remo, Italien; † 16. Mai 2007 in London) war eine britische Sozialanthropologin. Mary Douglas (ur. 25 marca 1921 w Sanremo, zm. 16 maja 2007 w Londynie) – brytyjska antropolog, znana ze swych badań nad rolą symboli w kulturze. Specjalizowała się w antropologii społecznej, będąc postrzegana jako kontynuatorka myśli Durkheima. Jednym z jej głównych zainteresowań badawczych były porównawcze studia nad religiami. Fu autrice di pubblicazioni di notevole interesse e di ampie prospettive scientifiche. I suoi contributi sono particolarmente rilevanti nell'ambito dell'antropologia sociale e simbolica. Fu allieva di Evans-Pritchard ed ebbe una visione teorica della pratica antropologica considerata una rielaborazione e riattualizzazione delle teorie di Émile Durkheim, proponendo un'analisi strutturale alternativa dell'antropologia postmoderna. Buona parte delle sue ricerche sono state nel campo dello studio delle religioni, in un'ottica fortemente comparativa. Doctor of Science in Economics dell'University College di Londra nel 1965, Mary Douglas è considerata dal Royal Anthropological Institute come una delle figure più importanti della teoria sociale contemporanea; numerosi i riconoscimenti accademici in Inghilterra e all'estero nell'arco della sua lunga vita, tra cui l'importante titolo di Dama di Commenda dell'Impero britannico ricevuto nel 2004. 瑪麗·道格拉斯女爵士,DBE,FBA(英文:Dame Mary Douglas,1921年3月25日-2007年5月16日)。英國人類學家,因其對於人類文化與象徵主義的作品而聞名於世。 她的領域是社會人類學;她被認定為塗爾幹的追隨者與結構主義分析的提倡者,她對於宗教比較研究(comparative religion)具有強烈興趣。 Mary Douglas (San Remo, Italia, 25 de marzo de 1921 - Londres, 16 de mayo de 2007) fue una antropóloga británica especializada en el análisis del simbolismo y los textos bíblicos. Su libro más conocido, Pureza y peligro (1966), ha ejercido una gran influencia en el estudio antropológico de los sistemas de clasificación. Mary Douglas (San Remo, 25 maart 1921 – 16 mei 2007, Londen) was een Brits antropologe, die bekend is geworden met haar boeken over cultuur en symboliek. In 1966 publiceerde ze Purity and Danger, een analyse van rituelen in verschillende culturen en verschillende tijden. Douglas' vader woonde en werkte in de Britse kolonie Burma, ze werd in Zuid-Engeland opgevoed door haar grootouders. Gedurende de Tweede Wereldoorlog werkte ze als ambtenaar in Belgisch-Kongo, en van 1946 tot 1951 studeerde ze aan het Oxford Institute of Social Anthropology. Haar werken werden zeer zeker beïnvloed door Émile Durkheim. In 1992 werd zij onderscheiden met de benoeming tot Dame Commandeur in de Orde van het Britse Rijk. In 2007 overleed ze aan kanker. Mary Douglas (Sanremo, 25 de Março de 1921 – Londres, 16 de Maio de 2007) é filha de Gilbert Tew, funcionário do serviço colonial Britânico e sua esposa Phyllis; o nome de solteira era Margaret Mary Tew. Passou a infância em Totnes, sul da Inglaterra. A área de pesquisa é a de antropologia social. Foi considerada uma seguidora de Émile Durkheim e uma proponente da análise estruturalista, com um grande interesse por religião comparada. Com 12 anos a mãe morreu e teve que ficar aos cuidados dos avós. Margaret e a irmã foram educadas no colégio católico "Sagrado Coração de Roehampton", distrito a sudoeste de Londres. Entre 1939 e 1943 estudou Filosofia, Ciências Políticas e Economia em Oxford onde foi aluna do antropólogo Evans-Pritchard que exerceu uma grande influência intelectual sobre ela. Durante a Segunda Guerra trabalhou em um serviço colonial mas retornando a Oxford em 1947, terminou os estudos em 1949 realizando um trabalho antropológico com os Lele, uma tribo africana que vivia na época no Congo Belga. No inicio dos anos 50 se casou com James Douglas e tiveram três filhos. Durante 25 anos foi professora universitária do Colégio de Londres e depois lecionou nos Estados Unidos por mais 11 anos. Na obra aparecem os temas: análise de risco, economia, economia do consumo e bem-estar, comida e ritual. Muitos dos trabalhos foram tornados populares fora dos círculos antropológicos; o livro “Pureza e Perigo” se tornou célebre dentro da área. Apos quatro anos de trabalho (1977-1981) como professora de Estudos Culturais no Instituto Russel Sage de Nova York; mudou para a Universidade Northwestern como professora de Humanidades, produzindo os vínculos entre Teologia e Antropologia. Nesta época, com ajuda do economista Baron Isherwood, publica "O mundo dos bens" que foi uma obra pioneira na antropologia econômica. Em 2004 perde o marido; e em 16 de maio de 2007 falece em Londres aos 86 anos, por complicações associadas a um câncer. Mary Douglas, née Margaret Mary Tew le 25 mars 1921 à Sanremo (Italie) et morte le 16 mai 2007 à Londres, est une anthropologue britannique, spécialiste d’anthropologie de la culture. Inspirée par la sociologie d’Émile Durkheim, elle a pris position en faveur de l’analyse structuraliste en anthropologie. Elle est particulièrement connue pour ses travaux portant sur l’anthropologie des religions et la philosophie des institutions. Elle reçoit une éducation catholique au couvent du Sacré-cœur de Roehampton, puis étudie à St Anne's College d'Oxford de 1939 à 1943. Elle interrompt un temps ses études qu'elle achève par un doctorat en 1950, année où elle épouse James Douglas, avec qui elle aura trois enfants. Elle a notamment étudié le peuple Lele au Congo belge. En 2006, elle est faite dame commandeur de l'ordre de l'Empire britannique. Elle est décédée le 16 mai 2007 à Londres, des complications d'un cancer. メアリー・ダグラス(Mary Douglas、1921年5月25日 - 2007年5月16日)は、イギリスの社会人類学、文化人類学者。専門は、象徴人類学、比較宗教学。『汚穢と禁忌』における「穢れ」論によって、20世紀の文化人類学を代表する一人として数えられている。 Dame Mary Douglas, DBE, FBA (25 March 1921 – 16 May 2007) was a British anthropologist, known for her writings on human culture and symbolism, whose area of speciality was social anthropology. Douglas was considered a follower of Émile Durkheim and a proponent of structuralist analysis, with a strong interest in comparative religion.
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