Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, traveller, scientist and humanist

B.N. Putilov ; [translated from the Russian by Glenys Ann Kozlov] by Boris Nikolaevich Putilov

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  Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay (Russian: Никола́й Никола́евич Миклу́хо-Макла́й; [1] –) was a Russian [2] [3] explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist who became famous as one of the earliest scientists to settle among and study indigenous people of New Guinea who had never seen a European. [4] Contents. Ancestry and early years. In the Russian Footsteps of Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay: Join us for a lecture by Dr Elena Govor in our new series Travellers in Time. The 19th century humanist, anthropologist and natural scientist Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, worked in Oceania and lived in Australia for sixteen years, returning to his native town of St Petersburg in with his Australian wife Margaret (neé Robertson).   Publications Govor, E & Howes, H , 'Physical anthropology in the field: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay', in C Fforde, C McKeown & H Keeler (eds), The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation: Return, Reconcile, Renew, Routledge, London & New York, pp. Govor, E & Howes, H , 'Russia and the Pacific: expeditions, networks, and the acquisition of human . Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, a 19th century Russian explorer, marine biologist and pioneering anthropologist who made his mark in New Guinea and the colony of .

  Handsome, idealistic, and a friend to Tolstoy, Russian explorer Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay married the daughter of the Premier of NSW and later became . Mr Miklouho-Maclay's great-great-grandfather wrote numerous books about PNG and contributed richly to the first wave of knowledge about New Guinea in Russia. The director said he wanted to preserve and carry on the work of the pioneer who spread the word internationally about the friendliness of Papua New Guineans and its great cultures. Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, the Russian explorer who married the daughter of the five times Premier of New South Wales and established on Sydney Harbour the second marine biological research centre in the world. He was also a pioneering 19th century anthropologist and humanist who lived for years in New Guinea among people. Next; Nikolai The Complete Collection Books 1 to 4; Nikolai The Complete Collection Books 1 to 4. By: lyhiz ; ; No Comments.

  Kuznetsov also described Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay ( –), who recorded his observations on Bangkok during a nine-day trip from Feb. 17 . Into this volatile mix came one of the most enigmatic figures in the South Pacific during the mid to late 19th century—Russian born humanist, naturalist and proto-anthropologist, Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay. Well-known in scientific circles throughout Europe, Miklouho-Maclay was young, handsome, idealistic and full of disturbing contradictions. Books by Nikolai A. Berdyaev Nikolai A. Berdyaev Average rating 1, ratings reviews shelved 6, times Showing 30 distinct works. Madang and Miklouho-Maclay Madang has emerged quite recently, like most other settlements in Papua New Guinea. The first European to visit the territory of the present Madang (the northern coast of Papua New Guinea) was famous Russian scientist and traveler Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay .

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[B N Putilov]. Tumarkin, D.D. Miklouho-Maclay: A Great Russian Scholar and Humanist, Social Sciences 2, -- Miklouho-Maclay and the Perception of the Peoples of New Guinea in Russia, Pacific Studies 16(1), March, Webster, E.M. The Moon Man: A Biography of Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, Melbourne University Press.

Arrival of Baron Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay. The most striking thing about Miklouho-Maclay is an amazing combination of the qualities of a courageous traveller, an erudite scholar, a progressive thinker and humanist, an active public figure, and a fighter for the rights of oppressed peoples.

Taken separately, there is nothing exceptional about. Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay (Russian: Никола́й Никола́евич Миклу́хо-Макла́й; 17 [O.S. 5] July – 14 [O.S. 2] April ) was a Russian explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist who became famous as one of the earliest scientists to settle among and study indigenous people of New Guinea who had never seen a European.

Tui Assel and a monument to Nikolai N. Miklouho-Maclay It was the nodding at different directions that was left imprinted in the memories of the village dwellers Now there is a new memory to add, as the first monument to a Russian citizen on Indonesian land, unveiled in Jakarta in Marchwas of Miklouho-Maclay in commemoration of the.

Introduction. The researcher is constantly in search of contemporary source documents that may have been overlooked. My current research interest is nineteenth century Torres Strait and I was keen to read the journals of the Russian natural scientist and ethnographer, Nikolai Nikolaevich Miklouho-Maclay (henceforth Maclay), who visited the islands of the strait in April (1) Unfortunately.

Nicholai Nicholaievich Mikluho-Maklai (), scientist and explorer usually known as Nicholas Maclay, was born on 17 July at Rozhdestvenskoye, Russia, second son of Nicholai Hijtch Mikluho-Maklai, hereditary nobleman, and his wife Ekaterina Semenovna, née Bekker. Lauded by Tolstoy and idolised by the Soviet Union, Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay campaigned for the suppression of slavery and challenged deceitful Europeans Marcel Theroux Sun 21 Jun EDT.

Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay (Николай Николаевич Миклухо-Маклай, Ukrainian: Микола Миколайович Миклухо-Маклай; –) was a Russian explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist who became famous as the first scientist to settle among and study people who had never seen a European.

Nikolai Miklouho-Maklai: Traveller, Scientist, and Humanist. Moscow: Progress Publishers, Robson, Robert William. Queen Emma: the Samoan-American Girl Who Founded an Empire in 19th Century New Guinea. a Biography of Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay.

Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, Wedega, Alice. Listen, My Country. Science (VI. The first scientific research expedition in contemporary Russian history on the trail of the famous explorer and scientist-humanist, Nikolai Nikolaevich Miklouho-Maclay, took place on Septemberin Papua New Guinea.

Today it has gone down in history. Russian Cinema ‘Moskino’ together with the Miklouho-Maclay Foundation will present a selection of documentaries about the outstanding Russian traveller, humanist and scientist for the Day of Russia, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports.

Picture: Moscow Mayor Official Website. Viewers will have a chance to see the film “Man From the Moon” about Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, his.

Nicholas (Nikolai) Miklouho-Maclay () was a Russian explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist who became famous as one of the earliest scientists to settle among and study a people in New Guinea who had never seen a European.

Newsletter of the Miklouho-Maclay Society of Australia Australian/Harvard Citation. Miklouho-Maclay Society of Australia. Miklukho-Maklai, Nikolai Nikolaevich, -- Periodicals.

| Miklouho-Maclay Society of Australia -- Periodicals. Other authors/contributors. Miklouho-Maclay: Bringing the elusive Moon Man to life The Moon Man.

By E. Webster. Published by Melbourne bourne University Press, Carlton, ton, ISBN 0 3. Price SA It is very likely that Nikolai Nikolaevich Miklouho-Maclay was the first white scientist to live among people who had not seen a white man before; his two sojourns, in andamong the people of.

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Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay (Russian: Николай Николаевич Миклухо-Маклай; –) was a Russian explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist who became famous as one of the earliest scientists to settle among and study a people in New Guinea who had never seen a European.

Miklouho-Maclay spent the major part of his life travelling and conducted scientific. Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay is commemorated in the scientific name of: the New Guinea tree species Pouteria maclayana.

which he discovered; the banana species Musa maclayi, which he discovered. the land snail species Canefriula maclayiana which he discovered. A number of species have been named after Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay including. Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay: traveller, scientist, and humanist: Nikolai Nikolajewitsch Mikloucho-Maclay: Briefwechsel mit Anton Dohrn: Nyūginia kikō: Opisanije tadžikskich i persidskich rukopisej Instituta narodov Azii: Papou blanc naufragé volontaire chez les sauvages de Nouvelle-Guinée Perepiska i drugie materialy.

A Russian in Malaya: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay's expedition to the Malay Peninsula and the early anthropology of Orang Asli. Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 42 (): Gunn W.

"Nicholas de Miklouho-Maclay" — this is the most accurate name, as it was the only one that Miklouho-Maclay himself consistently used when writing to Australian newspapers (see for eg.: article in the Argus).

This was also the name used by Miklouho-Maclay's friend Thomassen in his biography written while Miklouho-Maclay was alive.This article presents a critical overview of the newly translated diary of Russian anthropologist Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay's expedition to the Malay Peninsula (November – October ) to.