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Georges Devereux (born György Dobó; 13 September 1908 – 28 May 1985) was a Hungarian-French ethnologist and psychoanalyst, often considered the founder of ethnopsychiatry. He was born into a Jewish family in the Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania). His family moved to France following World War I. He studied the Malayan language in Paris, completing work at the Institut d'Ethnologie. In 1933 he converted to Catholicism and changed his name to Georges Devereux. At that time, he traveled for the first time to the United States to do fieldwork among the Mohave Indians, completing his doctorate in anthropology at University of California at Berkeley in 1936. In the postwar years, Devereux became a psychoanalyst, working with the Winter Veterans Hospital and Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas.

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  • جورج دفريوإكس (بالفرنسية: Georges Devereux)‏ هو طبيب نفسي أمريكي وفرنسي، ولد في 13 سبتمبر 1908 في لوغوج في رومانيا، وتوفي في 28 مايو 1985 في باريس في فرنسا. (ar)
  • Georges Devereux [doevroe], originala nomo György Dobó (13-a de septembro 1908, Lugos, Hungarujo - 28-a de majo 1985, , (Colorado, Usono), estas franca-usona psikoanalisto, antropologo deveninta el hungarjuda-germana familio. (eo)
  • Georges Devereux (Transilvania, Hungaria —egungo Errumania—, 1908ko irailaren 13a - Paris, Frantzia, 1985eko maiatzaren 28a) estatubatuar psikoanalista eta etnologoa izan zen. (eu)
  • Georges Devereux (geboren als György Dobó 13. September 1908 in Lugos, Österreich-Ungarn; gestorben 28. Mai 1985 in Paris) war ein ungarisch-französischer Ethnologe und Psychoanalytiker. Neben Fritz Morgenthaler war Devereux einer der Pioniere der Ethnopsychoanalyse und Verfasser von über 400 wissenschaftlichen und literarisch-wissenschaftlichen Texten. (de)
  • Georges Devereux (born György Dobó; 13 September 1908 – 28 May 1985) was a Hungarian-French ethnologist and psychoanalyst, often considered the founder of ethnopsychiatry. He was born into a Jewish family in the Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania). His family moved to France following World War I. He studied the Malayan language in Paris, completing work at the Institut d'Ethnologie. In 1933 he converted to Catholicism and changed his name to Georges Devereux. At that time, he traveled for the first time to the United States to do fieldwork among the Mohave Indians, completing his doctorate in anthropology at University of California at Berkeley in 1936. In the postwar years, Devereux became a psychoanalyst, working with the Winter Veterans Hospital and Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas. He treated Native Americans by drawing on his anthropology background. A pioneer, he is "well regarded among French and American scholars interested in psychoanalytic anthropology". Devereux taught at several colleges in the United States, returning to Paris about 1962 at the invitation of anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss. He was appointed as director of studies of Section VI at the noted École pratique des hautes études (EPHE) in Paris, where he worked from 1963 to 1981. In addition, he had a private clinical practice. Devereux published more than 400 texts. In 1993 the Centre George Devereux was founded in his honor at the University of Paris 8 Saint-Denis, to offer care to students and people in the community. His 1951 work, Reality and Dream, about his ethnopsychoanalysis of a Native American Blackfoot man, was adapted as a French film, Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian (2013), written and directed by Arnaud Desplechin. George Devereux is buried in the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) cemetery in Parker, Arizona. The land is the CRIT reservation. (en)
  • Georges Devereux, né Győrgy Dobó à Lugoj le 13 septembre 1908 et mort à Paris le 28 mai 1985, est un psychanalyste et anthropologue franco-américain, d'origine hongroise. Il est l'un des fondateurs de l'ethnopsychanalyse. (fr)
  • Georges Devereux, nato György Dobó (Lugoj, 13 settembre 1908 – Parigi, 28 maggio 1985, è stato un antropologo e psicoanalista ungherese naturalizzato francese. (it)
  • Джордж Деверо (Жорж Деверё, фр. George Devereux, урождённый Дьёрдь Добо, венг. Dobó György; 13 сентября 1908, Лугож, Австро-Венгрия, ныне Румыния — 28 мая 1985) — американо-французский этнолог и психоаналитик, родом из еврейской семьи из Баната. Один из пионеров и . (ru)
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  • جورج دفريوإكس (بالفرنسية: Georges Devereux)‏ هو طبيب نفسي أمريكي وفرنسي، ولد في 13 سبتمبر 1908 في لوغوج في رومانيا، وتوفي في 28 مايو 1985 في باريس في فرنسا. (ar)
  • Georges Devereux [doevroe], originala nomo György Dobó (13-a de septembro 1908, Lugos, Hungarujo - 28-a de majo 1985, , (Colorado, Usono), estas franca-usona psikoanalisto, antropologo deveninta el hungarjuda-germana familio. (eo)
  • Georges Devereux (Transilvania, Hungaria —egungo Errumania—, 1908ko irailaren 13a - Paris, Frantzia, 1985eko maiatzaren 28a) estatubatuar psikoanalista eta etnologoa izan zen. (eu)
  • Georges Devereux (geboren als György Dobó 13. September 1908 in Lugos, Österreich-Ungarn; gestorben 28. Mai 1985 in Paris) war ein ungarisch-französischer Ethnologe und Psychoanalytiker. Neben Fritz Morgenthaler war Devereux einer der Pioniere der Ethnopsychoanalyse und Verfasser von über 400 wissenschaftlichen und literarisch-wissenschaftlichen Texten. (de)
  • Georges Devereux, né Győrgy Dobó à Lugoj le 13 septembre 1908 et mort à Paris le 28 mai 1985, est un psychanalyste et anthropologue franco-américain, d'origine hongroise. Il est l'un des fondateurs de l'ethnopsychanalyse. (fr)
  • Georges Devereux, nato György Dobó (Lugoj, 13 settembre 1908 – Parigi, 28 maggio 1985, è stato un antropologo e psicoanalista ungherese naturalizzato francese. (it)
  • Джордж Деверо (Жорж Деверё, фр. George Devereux, урождённый Дьёрдь Добо, венг. Dobó György; 13 сентября 1908, Лугож, Австро-Венгрия, ныне Румыния — 28 мая 1985) — американо-французский этнолог и психоаналитик, родом из еврейской семьи из Баната. Один из пионеров и . (ru)
  • Georges Devereux (born György Dobó; 13 September 1908 – 28 May 1985) was a Hungarian-French ethnologist and psychoanalyst, often considered the founder of ethnopsychiatry. He was born into a Jewish family in the Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania). His family moved to France following World War I. He studied the Malayan language in Paris, completing work at the Institut d'Ethnologie. In 1933 he converted to Catholicism and changed his name to Georges Devereux. At that time, he traveled for the first time to the United States to do fieldwork among the Mohave Indians, completing his doctorate in anthropology at University of California at Berkeley in 1936. In the postwar years, Devereux became a psychoanalyst, working with the Winter Veterans Hospital and Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas. (en)
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  • جورج دفريوإكس (ar)
  • Georges Devereux (de)
  • Georges Devereux (eo)
  • Georges Devereux (es)
  • Georges Devereux (eu)
  • Georges Devereux (fr)
  • George Devereux (en)
  • Georges Devereux (it)
  • Деверо, Джордж (ru)
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