Mauss

Mauss is a surname that may refer to the following people:

  • Anton Mauss (de) (1868, Köln - 1917, Vienna), German-Austrian Roman Catholic priest and journalist
  • Erich Mauss (de) (born 1926), Austrian politician (ÖVP)
  • Fabrice Mauss (fr) (born 1978), French rock singer
  • Mauss, a French rock band named after its lead singer, Fabrice Mauss
  • François Mauss, the founder and president of the Grand Jury Européen
  • Dr. (Emil) Karl Hans Mauss (1898, Plön - 1959, Hamburg), German military commander
  • Mandana Mauss (de) (born 1971, Fareham, England), lawyer and actress
  • Marcel Mauss (1872, Épinal - 1950, Paris), Jewish French sociologust, ethnologist
  • Werner Mauss (born 1940, Essen), German private investigators for various German companie

Other articles related to "mauss":

Armand Mauss - Biography
... Mauss was born on June 5, 1928, in Salt Lake City, Utah and grew up in California, graduating from Oakland High School in 1946 ... In 1954 Mauss graduated from Sophia University of Tokyo, a distinguished Jesuit institution, with a B.A ... After returning to California, Mauss earned his M ...
Grand Jury Européen
... classification of wine, founded in 1996 by François Mauss ... The concept of GJE came to Mauss at "6 o'clock on the morning of 29 June 1996", as he sought to develop a method that in several ways was opposite to the approach of Robert ... Initially Mauss wrote to some 200 Bordeaux châteaux, announcing plans of tasting the 1983, 1985 and 1990 vintages and requested purchase information, but ...
Mauss's Total Social Fact
... For Marcel Mauss (Durkheim's nephew and sometime collaborator) a total social fact (French fait social total) is "an activity that has implications throughout society, in the economic, legal, political, and ... The term was popularized by Marcel Mauss in his classic The Gift "These phenomena are at once legal, economic, religious, aesthetic, morphological and so on ... consumption and liberal and sumptuous expenditure are all present..." —Mauss (1966), 76-77 ...
Marcel Mauss
... Marcel Mauss (10 May 1872 – 10 February 1950 pronounced /mos/) was a French sociologist ... The nephew of Émile Durkheim, Mauss' academic work traversed the boundaries between sociology and anthropology ... Mauss had a significant influence upon the founder of structural anthropology, Claude Lévi-Strauss ...
Anthropology - Anthropological Traditions - France - Marcel Mauss
... Most commentators consider Marcel Mauss (1872–1950), nephew of the influential sociologist Émile Durkheim, to be the founder of the French ... Mauss belonged to Durkheim's Année Sociologique group ... Durkheim and others examined the state of modern societies, Mauss and his collaborators (such as Henri Hubert and Robert Hertz) drew on ethnography and philology to analyze societies that were not as 'diff ...