Professor Joe Cain has specialist research interests in the synthesis period of evolutionary studies, 1930s-1940s. Often called the “evolutionary synthesis,” this period witnessed major changes in theory, practice, and community for evolutionary studies. It also witnessed the growth of organisational infrastructure associated with the subject, such as the journal Evolution and the Society fo the the Study of Evolution.

Evolution: Sewall Wright Taught Me, volume 1

These lecture notes derive from Wright’s taught course at University of Chicago, Evolution (Zoology 313), which he presented in June-August 1951. In addition to lecture notes, this volume includes three population genetics exercises, Sloan’s research More…

Genetics: Sewall Wright Taught Me, volume 2

These lecture notes derive from Wright’s taught course at University of Chicago,  Fundamental Genetics (Zoology 310), which he presented in January-March 1952. This volume is x+62 pages, 8.5″ x 11″. Genetics: Sewall Wright Taught Me, volume More…

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