Alfred Cort Haddon

Alfred Cort Haddon

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Alfred Cort Haddon (May 241855-April 201940) was an influential British anthropologist. Initially a biologist, he did field work with his daughter Kathleen by the Torres Strait. He returned to Christ's College, Cambridge, where he had been an undergraduate, and effectively founded a school of anthropology. He influenced Caroline Furness Jayne.

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