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TEAM TRAVELING ( last uploaded )
SOUTH AND MAGIC The team of the ethnologist and anthropologist Ernesto De Martino (1 December 1908 - 9 May 1965, left in the photo) during a stop of the journey that takes them to Lucania for the investigation conducted from 15 May to 4 June 1957 , described in the book 'Sud e magia'. Next to the director of the expedition: Romano Calisi (4 May 1931 - 20 May 1975), anthropologist in charge of audio recordings, Mario Pitzurra (1916 -?), Hygienist doctor, and Emilio Servadio (14 August 1904 - 18 January 1995), psychoanalyst, parapsychologist, esotericist and journalist. Photograph by Ando Gilardi #andogilardi (1921-2012), group photographer. Italy, 1957
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Tag: anthropology,Ernesto De Martino,Mario Pitzurra,Romano Calisi,Car,Italy,Fifties,A. Gilardi,Ando Gilardi,neorealism,Emilio Servadio,Servadio E.,E. De Martino,Pitzurra M.,Calisi R.,Fiat 600,scientific research,search,investigation,researcher,cultural anthropology,anthropologist
The great themes of the history
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