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Loren Eiseley

Loren EiseleyAKA Loren Corey Eiseley

Born: 3-Sep-1907
Birthplace: Lincoln, NE
Died: 9-Jul-1977
Location of death: Philadelphia, PA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, PA

Gender: Male
Religion: Protestant
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Anthropologist, Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Firmament of Time

W. H. Auden was a big Loren Eiseley fan.

Father: Clyde Eiseley
Mother: Daisy Corey (deaf)
Brother: Leo
Wife: Mabel Langdon (m. 1938)

    University: BA Anthropology, University of Kansas (1933)
    University: MA, University of Pennsylvania (1935)
    University: PhD, University of Pennsylvania (1937)
    Professor: University of Kansas, Lawrence (1937-44)
    Professor: Oberlin College (1944-47)
    Professor: Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania (1947-)

    National Research Council
    American Anthropological Association

Author of books:
The Immense Journey (1957, nonfiction)
Darwin's Century: Evolution and the Men Who Discovered It (1958, nonfiction)
The Firmament of Time (1960, nonfiction)
The Unexpected Universe (1969, nonfiction)
The Invisible Pyramid (1970, nonfiction)
The Night Country (1971, nonfiction)
Notes of an Alchemist (1972, poetry)
The Man Who Saw Through Time (1973)
The Innocent Assassins (1973, poetry)
All the Strange Hours (1975, memoir)
Another Kind of Autumn (1977, poetry)
All the Night Wings (1979, poetry)
Darwin and the Mysterious Mr. X (1979)

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