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Julian Huxley

Sir Julian Sorrell Huxley
 
Biographical Summary

Date of Birth

22 June 1887

Place of Birth

 

Date of Death

1975

Place of Death

 

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Vocation & Acclamations
Biologist
Writer
Humanist

 

 

 

Sir Julian Sorrell Huxley

 

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Personal Relationships

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Oeuvre

Biographical Details

 

Personal Relationships
RelationshipNameDate - Period
FatherLeonard Huxley1860-1933
MotherJulia Arnold 
Brother Aldous Huxley1894-1963
Half BrotherAndrew Huxley1917-
GrandfatherThomas Henry Huxley1825-1895
WifeMarie Juliette Baillot1919
   

 

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Locale
WhereWhyWhen

Eton

Pupil

Balliol College, Oxford

Student

Balliol College, Oxford

Lecturer in Zoology

1910-1912

Balliol College, Oxford

Research Associate

1912-1913

The Rice Institute, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.

(United States of America)

Assistant Professor

1913-1916

General Head Quarters  Italy

Staff Lieutenant

1918

New College, OxfordFellow/Senior Demonstrator1919-1925
Spits BergenOxford University Expedition1921
King's College, LondonProfessor/Hon Lecturer1925-1935
Royal InstitutionFullerton Professor of Physiology 1929-1929
East AfricaAdvisor on Native Education1929
OxfordRomanes Lecturer1943
West AfricaMember of Commission of Higher Education1944
Washington DC, U.S.A. (United States of America)William Alanson White Lecturer1951
Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer ResearchAlfred P Sloan Lecturer1955
Chicago University U.S.A. (United States of America)Professor1959
Coto Donana, SpainExpedition1957
Eastern AfricaWild Life Conservation Adviser to Unesco1960
EthiopiaLeader of Unesco Mission on Wild Life Conservation1963
JordanExpedition1963
31 Pond Street, Hampstead, LondonResidence

 

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Oeuvre
TitleGenreDate - Edition
The Individual in the Animal Kingdom 1911
Essays of a BiologistEssay1923
The Stream of Life 1926
Essays in Popular ScienceEssays1926
Religion without Revelations 1927
Animal Biology (co-wrote with J Haldane) 1927
Animal Biology (co-wrote with J Haldane) Revised  1957
The Science of Life (co-written with H G Wells and G P Wells) 1929
Ants 1929
Bird-watching and Bird Behaviour 1930
Africa View 1931
What Dare I Think? 1931
An Introduction to Science (with E Andrade) vols 1-4 1931-1935
Problems of Relative Growth 1932
The Captive Shrew and Other PoemsPoetry1932
The Elements of Experimental Embryology (with G de Beer) 1934
Scientific Research and Social Needs 1934
If I were Dictator 1934
The Private Life of GannetsFilm1934
We Europeans (with A Haddon) 1935
At the Zoo 1936
The Living Thoughts of Darwin 1939
The Uniqueness of Man 1941
Democracy Marches 1941
Evolution, The Modern Synthesis 1942
Evolution, The Modern Synthesis, revised  1963
Adventure in Planning 1943
Evolutionary Ethics 1943
On Living in a Revolution 1944
Man in the Modern World 1947
Soviet Genetics and the World Science 1949
Evolution in Action 1952
From an Antique Land 1954
From an Antique Land, revised 1966
Kingdom of the Beasts (with W Suschitzky) 1956
Biological Aspects of Cancer 1957
The Humanist Frame 1961
Conservation of Wild Life in Central and East Africa 1961
Essays of a HumanistEssays1963
The Human Crisis 1964
Darwin and his World (with H Kettlewell) 1965
The Wonderful World of Evolution 1969
Memories Volume I 1970
Memories Volume II 1972
   

 

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Biographical Details and Notes

He was also involved in the production of scientific papers, film commentaries, television programmes, wireless discussions and lectures

 

 

   
 

 

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