Julian Huxley Quiz

1. When was Julian Huxley born?
a) 11 March 1884
b) 22 June 1887
c) 26 July 1894
d) 10 October 1895

2. Where was Julian Huxley born?
a) London
b) Bristol
c) Leeds
d) Liverpool

3. Which college did Julian Huxley attend?
a) Bethany College
b) St. James’ College
c) Balliol College
d) Union College

4. At which university was Julian Huxley the head of biology department?
a) Harvard
b) Rice
c) Oxford
d) Cambridge

5. When did Julian Huxley serve in the British Army Intelligence Corps?
a) 1901-1904
b) 1908-1912
c) 1916-1918
d) 1920-1922

6. Where was Julian Huxley professor of zoology?
a) Christ College
b) King’s College
c) Amherst College
d) Trinity College

7. Of which organization was Julian Huxley the first director general?
a) Red Cross
b) WHO
c) UNESCO
d) FAO

8. When did Julian Huxley publish Ants?
a) 1912
b) 1918
c) 1930
d) 1944

9. Which book did Julian Huxley publish in 1964?
a) The Uniqueness of Man
b) Essays of a Humanist
c) On Living in a Revolution
d) Evolution in Action

10. When did Julian Huxley die?
a) 14 February 1975
b) 28 April 1968
c) 15 July 1969
d) 14 November 1973

Julian Huxley Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When was Julian Huxley born?
b) 22 June 1887

2. Where was Julian Huxley born?
a) London

3. Which college did Julian Huxley attend?
c) Balliol College

4. At which university was Julian Huxley the head of biology department?
b) Rice

5. When did Julian Huxley serve in the British Army Intelligence Corps?
c) 1916-1918

6. Where was Julian Huxley professor of zoology?
b) King’s College

7. Of which organization was Julian Huxley the first director general?
c) UNESCO

8. When did Julian Huxley publish Ants?
c) 1930

9. Which book did Julian Huxley publish in 1964?
b) Essays of a Humanist

10. When did Julian Huxley die?
a) 14 February 1975

Books by Julian Huxley
Source: http://www.nndb.com/people/009/000100706/

    Essays of a Biologist (1923)
    Animal Biology (1927, with J. B. S. Haldane)
    Religion Without Revelation (1927)
    The Science of Life (1931, with H. G. Wells)
    Scientific Research and Social Needs (1934)
    We Europeans (1936, with A. C. Haddon)
    The Living Thoughts of Darwin (1939)
    The New Systematics (1940)
    Evolution: the Modern Synthesis (1942)
    Evolutionary Ethics (1943)
    Touchstone for Ethics (1947)
    Man in the Modern World (1947)
    Heredity, East and West (1949)
    Biological Aspects of Cancer (1957)
    Towards a New Humanism (1957)
    New Bottles for New Wine (1958)
    The Humanist Frame (1962)
    Essays of a Humanist (1964)
    From an Antique Land (1966)
    The Courtship Habits of the Great Grebe (1968)
    Memories (1971-74, memoir, 2 vols.)

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