Archival Materials by & about William Bateson
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Biographical Sketch of William Bateson

William Bateson (1861-1926) was a biologist and evolutionary theorist who was best known in his time for rediscovering and defending the genetic paradigm of Gregor Mendel, with whom he collaborated on some projects. William Bateson also coined the term "genetics" in a letter to a colleague and friend, Adam Sedgwick, on April 18, 1905. If you peruse these archives, you also will find evidence of his systems thinking and pattern thinking around the turn of the century.

Videos

Photos

SEE the William Bateson Photos Page on this site

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Sketch of William Bateson from 1915
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Articles

Up-To-Date Journal Database of William Bateson

Books

Up-To-Date Database of Books by Author — including those of William Bateson

Letters & Other Artifacts

Letters
Obituaries
Excerpts and Papers
Photos and Drawings
Other Artifacts

Other Resources

  • The Bateson-Punnett Notebooks from the Archives at Cambridge University — includes: Poultry Notebooks, Dead Books, Rabbit Notebooks, and Sweet Pea Notebooks
  • Biography of William Bateson — information on a book by Donald Forsdyke, which includes information on Gregory, as well. SEE: the "Books about the Batesons" page under "Books" which in turn is under "Resources Index."
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