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Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology
Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1989. 562 pages.
In Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology, William B Provine offers a massive (545 pages) biography of and testament to the work of Sewall Wright, who, together with R. A. Fisher and J. B. S. Haldane, founded modern theoretical population genetics. Provine's book was praised by Stephen Jay Gould, writing in Isis, as "the finest intellectual biography available for any twentieth-century evolutionist. In its wealth of detail and richness of insight it has established a standard for historical work in this field." Several of Wright's seminal papers are included. The author is the Charles A. Alexander Professor of Biological Sciences at Cornell University.
Voices for Evolution
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