Evolution - A Journal of Nature - sample covers

Evolution: A Journal of Nature – contents listed, sorted by author

This page lists articles appearing in Evolution: A Jounral of Nature with contents sorted by issue, then author. This data is available as an Endnote file (Evolution – A Journal of Nature – Complete Table of Contents – Endnote Library). contents sorted by author all issues anonymous. 1927. Bamboo [gorilla infant in Philadelphia Zoo]. EJN 1 (1): 4. ———. 1927. A Cyclopian Human Race. EJN 1…

Evolution - A Journal of Nature - sample covers

Evolution: A Journal of Nature – contents listed, sorted by issue number

This page lists articles appearing in Evolution: A Jounral of Nature with contents sorted by issue, then author. This data is available as an Endnote file (Evolution – A Journal of Nature – Complete Table of Contents – Endnote Library). contents sorted by issue number EJN volume 1 number 1 (December 1927) anonymous. 1927. Bamboo [gorilla infant in Philadelphia Zoo]. EJN 1 (1): 4. ———. 1927.…

HPSC3050 Science in Nineteenth Century London | Professor Joe Cain | UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS)

HPSC0069 Science in Nineteenth Century London (Teaching)

The nineteenth century experienced a tremendous expansion of science. This module explores that expansion through the lens of popularization, public engagement, and presentation. We cover a variety of settings, including museums, lecture halls, publishing devices, parlours, and private collections, using London as a focus of our investigations. We also cover a variety of communities and types of activities, including professional societies, amateur clubs, working men’s…

HPSC2013 Evolution in Science and Culture | Professor Joe Cain | UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS)

HPSC0023 Evolution in Science and Culture (Teaching)

A historical survey of evolutionary thinking from the Enlightenment to the present. Content includes the history of scientific ideas and the context for those ideas. It also considers the influence of evolutionary ideas, especially Darwinism, on society and vice versa. Professor Joe Cain teaches HPSC0023 at UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS). This course has had two module codes in the past: HPSC2013…