Eybram Charles Ellwood (Ellwood Charles Abram)( American sociologist.)
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Biography Eybram Charles Ellwood (Ellwood Charles Abram)
Born January 20, 1873 near Ogdensburga (pc. New York). He graduated from Cornell University (1896), trained at the University of Berlin, received his doctorate from the University of Chicago (1899). In 1900-1930 headed the Department of Sociology at the University of Missouri, and in 1930-1944 - at Duke University (pc. North Carolina). Drafted by a reader of sociology and contemporary social problems (Sociology and Modern Social Problems) played an important role in the popularization of sociology in the U.S., . and his works Introduction to Social Psychology (Introduction to Social Psychology, . 1917), . Reconstruction of religion (The Reconstruction of Religion, . 1922), . Cultural evolution (Cultural Evolution, . 1927) and History of Social Philosophy (A History of Social Philosophy, . 1938) brought the author fame,
. Ellwood was the president of the American Sociological Society (1924), president of the International Congress of Sociology in Brussels (1935) and president of the International Institute of Sociology (1935-1936). Ellwood died Sept. 25, 1946.