Alfred Cort Haddon (1855–1940), British biologist, zoologist, and ethnologist, established anthropology as a professional discipline at the University of Cambridge and had a major impact on the development of anthropology in Britain and beyond.

Biography and Major Works

Haddon was born into a ...

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