New and recent Darwin books

With the holidays now on us, here are some gift-giving ideas for those Darwin lovers in your life (meaning, really, yourself!): Darwin’s Love of Life: A Singular Case of Biophilia by Kay Harel (Columbia University Press/2022) | Publisher’s description: “Biophilia—the … Continue reading

Darwin, evolution & science books for holiday gift giving (2019)

This is a great time of the year to gift science books to family and friends, or even yourself – axial tilt is the reason for the season, after all. Here are some recent books about Darwin, evolution, and related … Continue reading

EXHIBIT: The Children’s Darwin

Undergraduate students in the History of Science department (congrats, Piers!) at the University of Oklahoma have begun exhibits, with Professor Katherine Pandora,  which are on display at the university’s History of Science Collections. The first exhibit is The Children’s Darwin: … Continue reading

Darwin’s Plants: New Children’s Book & Beagle Collection Website

From the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (London) comes a book for children that accompanies their education program, The Great Plant Hunt: following in Darwin’s footsteps. Following in Darwin’s Footsteps is due out in May 2010. The Great Plant Hunt also … Continue reading

Dispersal Event 3/10/2008

Some photosets from Flickr: Charles Darwin exhibit – Royal Ontario Museum Media Preview Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Axis of Evo (photo sets from the guy behind Charles Darwin Has A Posse) Thoughts From A Geographic Location: A Breath … Continue reading

Darwin Day 2018: “How paramount the future is to the present, when one is surrounded by children”

February 12th is International Darwin Day. Whether you are a parent, a teacher, or in some other capacity given responsibility over the education or raising of children, there is a lesson to be learned from the naturalist Charles Darwin (February … Continue reading