Kroeber

[ US /ˈkɹoʊbɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States anthropologist noted for his studies of culture (1876-1960)
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  • De Vos was famous around Berkeley for what he labeled his free-wheeling extra-curricular "bootleg" seminars-which he held in the little WWII vintage green bungalow across from Kroeber Hall-as well as in his gracious Berkeley Hills home. Marcelo M. Suarez-Orozco : The Fox
  • A separate American diffusionist school of thought, led by Clark Wissler and Alfred Kroeber (both students of Boas), also arose in the first few decades of the twentieth century.
  • The recent history of U.S. banking regulation shows that 'it went off the rails on the rational-markets hypothesis, ' says Arthur Kroeber, managing director of Dragonomics, a research firm in Beijing.
  • The recent history of U.S. banking regulation shows that 'it went off the rails on the rational-markets hypothesis, ' says Arthur Kroeber, managing director of Dragonomics, a research firm in Beijing.
  • China doesn't have a middle class," said Arthur Kroeber, director of Dragonomics Research and editor of China Economic Quarterly.
  • A Japan-style nuclear disaster, for instance, would be "a catastrophe for the regime" in China, said Dragonomics' managing director, Arthur Kroeber, because nuclear-plant construction is likely to be shoddier than in Japan, and government's ability to manage a crisis far more limited. In Fast-Growing China, Dangers Threaten to Hamper Its Success
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