- For the psychiatrist Roger A. Lewin, see the Lewin disambiguation page.
is a British anthropologist and science writer being the author of 20 books.
Lewin was a staff member of New Scientist
in London for nine years. He went to Washington, D.C. to write for Science
for ten years as News Editor. An example article was "Evolutionary Theory Under Fire", 21, November 1980, vol. 210,pp 883-887. Lewin wrote three books with Richard Leakey. He became a full-time free lance writer in 1989 and concentrated on writing books. In 1989 Roger Lewin won the Royal Society Prizes for Science Books for Bones of Contention
In 2000, Lewin formed Harvest Associates with Birute Regine for business consulting. Together they wrote a book. He is a member of the Complexity Research Group at the London School of Economics.
Lewin has two adult sons living in England.