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Parshley, H. M. (Howard Madison), 1884-1953

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Personal name headingParshley, H. M. (Howard Madison), 1884-1953
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Variant(s)Parshley, Howard Madison, 1884-
Parshley, Howard Madison, 1884-1953
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeNorthampton (Mass.)
Birth date1884-08-07
Death date1953-05-19
Place of birthHallowell (Me.)
AffiliationUniversity of Maine
Smith College
Profession or occupationZoologists College teachers Translators
Found inHis A bibliography of the North American hemiptera-heteroptera ... 1925.
LCCN 40-12231: His Biology, 1940 (hdg.: Parshley, Howard Madison, 1884- ; usage: Howard M. Parshley)
Information from 678 converted Dec. 18, 2014 (died 1953)
Beauvoir, Simone de. The second sex, 1953: title page (translated and edited by H. M. Parshley)
Wikipedia, viewed September 18, 2018: Howard Parshley (Howard Madison Parshley (7 August 1884 in Hallowell, Maine -- 19 May 1953) was an American zoologist, a specialist on the Heteroptera who also wrote more broadly on genetics, reproduction and human sexuality. He was responsible for translating The Second Sex into English ... From 1911 to 1914 he taught zoology at the University of Maine. In 1917, Parshley became assistant professor of zoology at Smith College, where he would stay until 1952. In 1949 he was asked to translate Simone de Beauvoir's Le Deuxiè€me Sexe ...)
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Associated languageeng