『Descended from Darwin: Insights into the History of Evolutionary Studies, 1900-1970』

Joe Cain and Michael Ruse (eds.)
(2009年刊行, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, vol. 99, no. 1, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, xxvi+360 pp., ISBN:9781606189917pdf [open access]|JSTOR

Martin Levitt: Preface vii
Acknowledgments xi
Michael Ruse: Introduction xiii

Part 1: Continuity and Breaks Across Generations

Mark A. Largent: The So-called Eclipse of Darwinism 3
Juan Ilerbaig: “The View-Point of a Naturalist” : American Field Zoologists and the Evolutionary Synthesis, 1900-1945 23
Andy Hammond: J. B. S. Haldane, Holism, and Synthesis in Evolution 49

Part 2: Emerging Narratives and Broader Themes

Kim Kleinman: Biosystematics and the Origin of Species: Edgar Anderson, W. H. Camp and the Evolutionary Synthesis 73
Joel B. Hagen: Descended from Darwin? George Gaylord Simpson, Morris Goodman, and Primate Systematics 93
Joe Cain: Ernst Mayr and the “Biology of Birds” 111
Gregory K. Davis, Michael R. Dietrich, and David K. Jacobs: Homeotic Mutants and the Assimilation of Developmental Genetics into the Evolutionary Synthesis, 1915-1952 133

Part 3 New Ideas and New Directions

Erika Lorraine Milam: “The Experimental Animal from the Naturalist's Point of View” : Behavior and Evolution at the AMNH, 1928-1954 157
David Sepkoski: The Delayed Synthesis: Paleobiology in the 1970s 179
John Ceccatti: Natural Selection in the Field: Insecticide Resistance, Economic Entomology, and the Evolutionary Synthesis, 1914-1951 199

Part 4 Evolutionary Theory Meets Practice

Frederick R. Davis: Papilio dardanus: The Natural Animal from the Experimentalist’s Point of View 221
David Wÿss Rudge: H. B. D. Kettlewell’s Research 1934-1961: The Influence of J. W. Heslop Harrison 243
Roberta L. Millstein: Concepts of Drift and Selection in “The Great Snail Debate” of the 1950s and early 1960s 271
Robert A. Skipper, Jr.: Revisiting the RA Fisher-Sewall Wright Controversy 299
Mark E. Borrello: Shifting Balance and Balancing Selection: A Group Selectionist’s Interpretation of Wright and Dobzhansky 323

List of Contributors 345
Index 347