Francis Huxley

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Francis Huxley (28 August 1923 – 29 October 2016)[1] was a British botanist, anthropologist and author. He is a son of Julian Huxley. His brother was Anthony Julian Huxley. His uncle was Aldous Huxley.

He was one of the founders of Survival International.[1]


  • Affable Savages: An Anthropologist Among the Urubu Indians of Brazil. Viking, New York, 1957, ISBN 978-1879215276
  • The Invisibles: Voodoo Gods in Haiti. Rupert Hart-Davis, London, 1966
  • The Way Of The Sacred. Doubleday, New York, 1974
  • Shamans Through Time: 500 Years on the Path to Knowledge, New York 2001, edited by Jeremy Narby and Francis Huxley ISBN 1-58542-091-3
  • The Raven and the Writing Desk, an exploration of the writings of Lewis Carroll, in the Alice books, Harper & Row, New York, 1976


  1. ^ a b Napier, A. David. "Francis Huxley obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 20 December 2016.

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