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Library Features Exhibit for Darwin Day

The UT Tyler Robert R. Muntz Library is featuring a month-long display on the life and works of Charles Darwin. 2009 marks the bicentennial birthday of the naturalist and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of the Species. The exhibit can be viewed in the library's third floor during regular library hours. It is free and open to the public. The following books and A/V materials are currently on display. Items inside the display case are available for check-out upon request. Feel free to ask for any item of interest by visiting the Circulation Desk. Please note that books are usually shelved in the third floor, and A/V usually needs to be requested at Circulation. Items will be returned to their regular locations after the exhibit. Items are listed in no particular order:
  • Marston Bates and Philip S. Humphrey, eds., The Darwin Reader. QH302 .D33.
  • Charles Darwin, On the Origin of Species. QH365 .O2 1964B.
  • Charles Darwin, The Voyage of the Beagle. QH11 .D2 1959.
  • ABC News: Nightline, Classroom challenge: debating Darwin in the 21st century. BL263 .C53 2006 (DVD).
  • George Lewis Levine, Darwin and the Novelists. PR878.S34 L4 1991.
  • Ernst Mayr, One Long Argument: Charles Darwin and the Genesis of Modern Evolutionary Thought. QH371 .M336 1991.
  • Eugenie Carol Scott, Evolution vs. Creationism: an Introduction. QH367 .S395 2004.
  • Peter J. Bowler, Monkey Trials and Gorilla Sermons: Evolution and Christianity from Darwin to Intelligent Design. BS651 .B755 2007.
  • John Angus Campbell, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education. QH362 .D37 2003.
  • Robert Jastrow, ed., The Essential Darwin. QH365.D25 A25 1984.
This library exhibit is part of the Darwin Day observances. To learn more about Charles Darwin, his works and legacy, and how Darwin Day is being celebrated around the world, visit their website. In addition, please remember that the library will feature the film Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial on February 11 at 6:00pm. For details, visit this page.
Published by root on 02 Feb

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