Géza Róheim (1891–1953) was a Hungarian American anthropologist, psychoanalyst, and folklorist, who pioneered psychoanalytic anthropology.

Biography and Major Works

As the only child, Róheim grew up in the privileged milieu of a Budapest merchant family. He was profoundly influenced ...

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