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New York: Basic Books, 2014. 368 pages.
“In The Monkey’s Voyage, de Queiroz argues that long-distance dispersal is a crucial process in biogeography, and that vicariance biogeography, ‘while taking advantage of cladistics and incorporating continental drift, also made a turn down an intellectual cul-de-sac,’” writes reviewer Nicholas J. Matzke.
Grand Rapids (MI): Wm B Eerdmans, 2013. 408 pages.
Reviewer Matthew Morris describes Process and Providence as providing “a richly detailed history of Presbyterian responses to the ‘evolution question’ as it developed at the College of New Jersey (today Princeton University) and the related but separate Princeton T
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 568 pages.
Ruse’s encyclopedia, if expensive, offers “a clear survey of the state of contemporary scholarship” on Darwin and his thought, including “a thirty-page introduction by Ruse which details in broad strokes Darwin’s life, his ideas, and their influence,” writes reviewer John M. Lynch.
Athens (GA): University of Georgia Press, 2014. 400 pages.
According to reviewer Christoph Irmscher, “America’s Darwin collects fourteen essays that chart, from different angles and with different methods, the ways in which American writers and scientists have tried to normalize Darwin’s heterodox vision and integrate it into the c
New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. 397 pages.
Darwin’s disciple George Romanes wrote a poem on the death of his mentor, and, reviewer John Holmes writes, “Pleins has made Romanes’s poem available to modern readers in full, editing it from a recently rediscovered typescript and including
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013. 256 pages.
According to reviewer Tina Gianquitto, From Eve to Evolution is mandatory reading “[f]or anyone curious about the reception of evolutionary theory by women in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.” She explains that it “addresses a substantial void in our under
Voices for Evolution
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