Julian Steward was born on January 31, 1902. During his life, he developed the idea of cultural ecology. Steward developed his love of nature at Deep Springs Preparatory School, which he began attending at age 16. Steward graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Zoology.
Steward wrote many essays and articles regarding his theory of cultural ecology including:
Cultural ecology studies how environment can affect cultural similarities and differences. It pays particular attention to the way material culture and technology influence societies, and how people have adapted to their environment to ensure survival.
According to Wikipedia,
Julian Haynes Steward was an American anthropologist best known for his role in developing "the concept and method" of cultural ecology, as well as a scientific theory of culture change. Early life and education Steward was born in Washington, D.C., where he lived on Monroe Street, NW, and later, Macomb Street in Cleveland Park.
Julian Steward is affiliated with the following schools: