New Evolution: Education and Outreach Online

The new issue of Evolution: Education and Outreach is now online. It is, of course, a ‘Darwin’ issue. It includes the late Michael Majerus’ final word on the pedagogical utility of Biston betularia, the peppered moth. The papers are linked below the fold. Links are to HTML versions; pdf versions are also available at the main site linked above.

Table of Contents (HTML versions linked)

Editorial: Darwin’s Year. Niles and Gregory Eldredge

Why Darwin?. Niles Eldredge

Artificial Selection and Domestication: Modern Lessons from Darwin’s Enduring Analogy. T. Ryan Gregory

Charles Darwin and Human Evolution. Ian Tattersall

Experimenting with Transmutation: Darwin, the Beagle , and Evolution. Niles Eldredge

Studying Cultural Evolution at the Tips: Human Cross-cultural Ecology. Lauren w. McCall

Industrial Melanism in the Peppered Moth, Biston betularia : An Excellent Teaching Example of Darwinian Evolution in Action . Michael Majerus

Assessment of Biology Majors’ Versus Nonmajors’ Views on Evolution, Creationism, and Intelligent Design. Guillermo Paz-y-Miño C. and Avelina Espinosa

Darwin’s “Extreme” Imperfection?. Anastasia Thanukos

Don’t Call it “Darwinism”. Eugenie C. Scott and Glenn Branch

Educational Malpractice: The Impact of Including Creationism in High School Biology Courses. Randy Moore and Sehoya Cotner

Scholar’s Dilemma: “Green Darwin” vs. “Paper Darwin,” An Interview with David Kohn. Mick Wycoff

The “Popular Press” Responds to Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species and His Other Works. Sidney Horenstein

Paleontology and Evolution in the News. Sidney Horenstein

Charles Darwin’s Manuscripts and Publications on the World Wide Web. Adam M. Goldstein

Teaching Evolution in Primary Schools: An Example in French Classrooms. Bruno Chanet and François Lusignan

Why “Why Darwin Matters” Matters. Tania Lombrozo

DeSalle’s and Tattersall’s “Human Origins: A Companion to The Museum of Natural History’s Hall of Human Origins and More”. Robert Wald Sussman