He has been called, along with James George Frazer and Franz Boas, the “father of modern anthropology”.
The work of Lévi-Strauss was also key in the development of the theory of structuralism and structural anthropology.
Along with Jacques Maritain, Henri Focillon, and Roman Jakobson, he was a founding member of the École Libre des Hautes Études, a sort of university-in-exile for French academics.
Was an anthropologist of German-American descent.
Was an American chemist best known as the developer of the radiocarbon dating technique for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1960.
Was a Brabantian physician, anatomist and author.
Was a naturalist from France and a propagator of the theory that evolution transpires in tandem with the natural laws.
Was a French chemist and has been called the founder of modern science.
Was a German physicist who is regarded greatly in the scientific circles for his pioneering work in multiple subjects dealing with modern science.
Was a German anthropologist, pathologist, doctor, biologist, prehistorian and politician.
Is a French actress and also a model who is known outside France as well for her roles in English movies.
The capital of France.