Lionel Tiger

Darwin Professor of Anthropology,
Rutgers University

Dr. Lionel Tiger is Darwin Professor of Anthropology, Rutgers University . Professor Tiger has served as a consultant on terrorism to the Science Advisory Board to the Secretary of the Air Force, and on adapting insights about “human nature” to the program of the Director of Net Assessment in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. His current areas of research include the impact of ambient social science notions of human sexuality and sex roles on social policy and political theory, role of biogenic factors in the formation of macrosocial patterns in industrial societies, the impact of the primordial on modern warfare, and shifts in relative power (productive and reproductive) among males and females in industrial societies. Representative publications: The Apes of New York, Cybereditions, New Zealand, 2003; The Decline of Males, St. Martin’s Press, 2000; Men in Groups (Editions 1, 2 and 3). New York. Random House. 1969, 1987, 2004; The Imperial Animal with Robin Fox (Editions 1, 2, and 3). New York. Holt Rinehart. 1971, 1977 (Editions 1 and 2). New York. Transaction. 1997 (Edition 3); (with Joseph Shepher) Women in the Kibbutz. New York . Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich. 1975; Optimism: The Biology of Hope. Simon and Shuster, New York; Secker a Warburg London, 1979; reissued with new introduction, Kodansha, New York, 1995, new Forward by LT, Introduction by Frederick Turner; The Manufacture of Evil: Ethics, Evolution, and the Industrial System. New York. Harper and Row. 1987. With Michael T. McGuire, Dr. Tiger is co-author of the book GOD’S BRAIN, from Prometheus Publishers.