Darwin's Apprentice: An Archaeological Biography of John Lubbock by Janet Owen

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Darwin's Apprentice: An Archaeological Biography of John Lubbock

The fascinating story of Charles Darwin’s friend, fellow scientist, and champion.
 
Sir John Lubbock was an important Darwinist, witness to an extraordinary moment in the history of science and archaeology—the emotive scientific, religious, and philosophical debate which was triggered by the publication of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species in 1859.
 
Darwin’s Apprentice looks at Lubbock’s critical yet often overlooked role in the Darwinian campaign, including the ways in which Lubbock’s archaeological and ethnographic collections shaped both his work and personal life. It offers an enlightening view not only of the beginnings of Darwinism, but of the scientific world of late nineteenth-century Britain.
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books ISBN: 9781473822610 Pages: 184