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Gregory Bateson

Gregory BatesonBorn: 9-May-1904
Birthplace: Grantchester, England
Died: 4-Jul-1980
Location of death: San Francisco, CA
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Anthropologist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Steps to an Ecology of Mind

Father: William Bateson (geneticist)
Mother: Caroline Beatrice Durham
Wife: Margaret Mead (anthropologist, m. 1936, div. 1951)
Wife: Elizabeth Summer (m. 1951)
Wife: Lois Cammack (m. 1961, one daughter)

    High School: Charterhouse School (1917-21)
    University: BSc Biology, St. John's College, Cambridge University (1922-25)
    University: Cambridge University (1927-9)
    Teacher: Lecturer of Linguistics, University of Sydney (1928)
    Scholar: Fellow, St. John's College, Cambridge University (1931-37)
    Professor: Visiting Professor of Anthropology, New School for Social Research (1946-47)
    Professor: Harvard University (1947-48)
    Professor: University of California at San Francisco (1948-49)
    Professor: Visiting professor of Anthropology, Stanford University (1951-62)
    Professor: Anthropology and Ethnology, University of California at Santa Cruz (1972-78)

    Guggenheim Fellowship 1946
    Naturalized US Citizen 1956

Author of books:
Naven (1936)
Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis (1942, with Margaret Mead)
Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry (1951, with Jurgen Ruesch)
Steps to an Ecology of Mind (1972)
Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity (1978)

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