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Alfred Russel Wallace : Alfred Wallace : A. R. Wallace :
Russel Wallace : Alfred Russell Wallace (sic)

 
 
Writings on Wallace:
Selected Modern Secondary Literature

['A.T.' = 'added terms']

Achenbach, Joel, 8 Feb. 2009. The work in Darwin's shadow; Evolution history lives in a D.C. dining room. The Washington Post: A1, A14. [concerning the possible re-discovery of a Wallace insect collection]

Adams, Alexander B., 1969. Eternal Quest: The Story of the Great Naturalists. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 509 pp.

Agnarsson, Ingi, & Kuntner, Matjaž, 2012. The generation of a biodiversity hotspot: Biogeography and phylogeography of the western Indian Ocean islands. In K. Anamthawat-Jonsson, ed., Current Topics in Phylogenetics and Phylogeography of Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems (Rijeka: In Tech Publishers): 33-82. [includes analysis on “Wallacean islands”]

Aguiar, José Otávio, & Da Silva, Victor Rafael Limeira, 2013. Entre o gabinete e a viagem de campo: Alfred Russel Wallace e suas concepções científicas. Igualitária: Revista do Curso de História da Estácio BH 1(2): 10 pp.

Aiken, R. B., 1982. Theories of sexual difference: The sexual selection hypothesis and its antecedents, 1786-1919. Quaestiones Entomologicae 18(1-4): 1-14.

Albritton, Claude C., Jr., 1984. Geologic time. Journal of Geological Education 32(1): 29-37. [general summary of the concept's history, including description of advances in the nineteenth century]

Aliabadian, Mansour, Sluys, Ronald, Roselaar, Cees S., & Nijman, Vincent, 2008. Species diversity and endemism: Testing the mid-domain effect on species richness patterns of songbirds in the Palearctic Region. Contributions to Zoology 77(2): 99-108.

Allchin, Douglas, Sept. 2012. The Minnesota Case Study Collection: New historical inquiry case studies for nature of science education. Science & Education 21(9): 1263-1281.

Allchin, Douglas, Feb. 2014. On genius & happenstance in scientific discovery. American Biology Teacher 76(2): 145-148.

Allen, John A., Jan. 2013. Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108(1): 1-2.

Alter, Stephen G., Summer 2007. Race, language, and mental evolution in Darwin's Descent of Man. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 43(3): 239-255.

Alvarado, Carlos S., 2015. The ether and psychic phenomena: Some old speculations. Journal of Scientific Exploration 29(2): 295-297. A.T.: force, spiritualism, physical effects

Alves, Abel, Feb. 2008. Humanity's place in nature, 1863-1928: Horror, curiosity and the expeditions of Huxley, Wallace, Blavatsky and Lovecraft. Theology and Science 6(1): 73-88.

Alves, José Jerônimo de Alencar, Jul.-Set. 2011. A natureza e a cultura no compasso de um naturalista do século XIX: Wallace e a Amazônia. História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos (Rio de Janeiro) 18(3): 775-788.

Amigoni, David, 2007. Colonies, Cults and Evolution: Literature, Science and Culture in Nineteenth-century Writing. Cambridge, U.K. & New York: Cambridge University Press. 237 pp.

Andelson, Robert V., Oct. 1993. Henry George and the reconstruction of capitalism: An address. American Journal of Economics and Sociology 52(4): 493-501.

Anderson, John G. T., 2013. Deep Things Out of Darkness: A History of Natural History. Berkeley: University of California Press. 346 pp.

Anderson, Kay, & Perrin, Colin, 2007. 'The miserablest people in the world': Race, humanism and the Australian aborigine. Australian Journal of Anthropology 18(1): 18-39.

Anderson, Warwick, Winter 1992. Climates of opinion: Acclimatization in nineteenth-century France and England. Victorian Studies 35(2): 135-157. A.T.: introduced species, climatic influence, Jardin d'Acclimatation, Geoffroy

Anonymous, Aug. 1972. Wallace’s Palm Trees of the Amazon. Taxon 21(4): 521-522. [book review of reprint edition]

Anonymous, Jan.-Feb. 1983. letter. The Eclectic Theosophist No. 73: 6-7. [reprint of an 1877 letter from H. P. Blavatsky to Wallace, concerning her book Isis Unveiled]

Anonymous, 1984 & 1985. Wallace's notebooks (4) and journals (5) [in 2 parts]. The Linnean 1(3): 13; 1(4): 19-20.

Anonymous ('C. L. J.'), June 2002. Alfred Russel Wallace as gardener. Indumentum (Vancouver Rhododendron Society) 33(10): 7-8.

Anonymous, Sept. 2008. Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913): An ornithological celebration. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 128(3): 147-148.

Arita, Héctor T., Julio-Septiembre 2008. Wallace y el colugo. Ciencias (Mexico) 1(91): 16-18. [re: Wallace on the flying lemurs, Cynocephalidae]

Armstrong, Patrick, July 1998. Crossing the Line: Alfred Russel Wallace in Bali and Lombok, 1856. Journal of Indian Ocean Studies 5(3): 267-286.

Attenborough, David, Sept. 2015. Alfred Russel Wallace an appreciation. Natural History 123(7): 6-9.

Avery, Margaret, 1923. Six Great Scientists. London: Methuen. 100 pp.

Ayala, Francisco J., 15 May 2007. Darwin's greatest discovery: Design without designer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104, Supplement 1: 8567-8573.

Baker, A., March 2007. Occam's Razor in science: A case study from biogeography. Biology and Philosophy 22(2): 193-215. [parsimony principles as applied to large-scale biogeographical models]

Baker, Daniel B., June 1996. Pfeiffer, Wallace, Allen and Smith: The discovery of the Hymenoptera of the Malay Archipelago. Archives of Natural History 23(2): 153-200.

Baker, Daniel B., Dec. 2001. Alfred Russel Wallace's record of his consignments to Samuel Stevens, 1854-1861. Zoologische Mededeelingen 75(16-25): 254-341. [The author has reported that this paper was published despite his attempt to withdraw it as a result of errors introduced during its editing process.]

Balari, Sergio, & Lorenzo, Guillermo, 2014. From Wallace's problem to Owen's solution. Biolinguistics 8: 108-119. [book review of Derek Bickerton's More than Nature Needs]

Balashov, Yuri V., Dec. 1991. Resource letter AP-1: The anthropic principle. American Journal of Physics 59(12): 1069-1076.

Balick, Michael J., Sept. 1980. Wallace, Spruce and Palm Trees of the Amazon: An historical perspective. Botanical Museum Leaflets 28(3): 263-269.

Balke, Michael, et al. (7 other authors), 7 July 2009. New Guinea highland origin of a widespread arthropod supertramp. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, Biological Sciences 276: 2359-2367. [a faunal analysis concerning the Wallacea region]

Ballard, Chris, 2008. 'Oceanic negroes': British anthropology of Papuans, 1820-1869. In Bronwen Douglas & Chris Ballard, eds., Foreign Bodies: Oceania and the Science of Race 1750-1940 (Canberra: ANU E Press): 157-201.

Bannister, Robert C., July-Sept. 1970. "The survival of the fittest is our doctrine": History or histrionics? Journal of the History of Ideas 31(3): 377-398. [on the reaction to Darwinism by Henry George, Henry C. Carey, Edward Bellamy, & others]

Bannister, Robert C., 1979. Social Darwinism; Science and Myth in Anglo-American Social Thought. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 292 pp.

Barcat, Juan Antonio, Sep./Oct. 2009. Alfred Russel Wallace y la civilización. Medicina 69(4): 491.

Barnes, Boyd, 2008. Natural Theology and Natural History in Darwin's Time: Design, Direction, Superintendence and Uniformity in British Thought, 1818-1876. Ph.D. Dissertation, Vanderbilt University, Nashville. 244 pp.

Barrow, Logie, 1986. Independent Spirits; Spiritualism and English Plebeians, 1850-1910. London & New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul. 338 pp.

Barton, Nicholas H., & Rodriguez de Cara, Maria Angeles, May 2009. The evolution of strong reproductive isolation. Evolution 63(5): 1171-1190.

Barton, Nick, 20 Oct. 2000. The rapid origin of reproductive isolation. Science 290(5491): 462-463. [regarding the reinforcement of reproductive barriers between diverging populations]

Bastin, John, 1986. Introduction to Wallace's The Malay Archipelago (Singapore & New York: Oxford University Press): vii-xxvii.

Beccaloni, George, Nov. 2008. Homes sweet homes: A biographical tour of Wallace's many places of residence. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 7-43.

Beccaloni, George, Nov. 2008. Wallace's annotated copy of the Darwin-Wallace paper on natural selection. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 91-101.

Beccaloni, George, April 2014. Trouble with tiger beetles: Singapore Science Centre's Wallace Exhibition spreads tiger beetle myth.

Beccaloni, George, & Smith, Vincent S., 28 Feb. 2008. Celebrations for Darwin downplay Wallace's role. Nature 451(7182): 1050.

Beck, Jan, Kitching, Ian J., & Linsenmair, K. Eduard, Nov. 2006. Wallace's line revisited: Has vicariance or dispersal shaped the distribution of Malesian hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89(3): 455-468.

Beck, Naomi, 2013. Social Darwinism. In Michael Ruse, ed., The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press): 195-201. [available online as Papers on Economics and Evolution #1215 (Evolutionary Economics Group, Max Planck Institute of Economics)]

Beddall, Barbara G., 1968. Wallace, Darwin, and the theory of natural selection: A study in the development of ideas and attitudes. Journal of the History of Biology 1(2): 261-323.

Beddall, Barbara G., ed., 1969. Wallace and Bates in the Tropics; An Introduction to the Theory of Natural Selection. London: Macmillan. 241 pp.

Beddall, Barbara G., Spring 1972. Wallace, Darwin, and Edward Blyth: Further notes on the development of evolution theory. Journal of the History of Biology 5(1): 153-158.

Beddall, Barbara G., Spring 1988. Darwin and divergence: The Wallace connection. Journal of the History of Biology 21(1): 1-68.

Beddall, Barbara G., Summer 1988. Wallace's annotated copy of Darwin's Origin of Species. Journal of the History of Biology 21(2): 265-289.

Beddall, Barbara G., 1998. Wallace, Alfred Russel (1823-1913). In Edward Craig, ed., Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London & New York: Routledge), Vol. 9: 678-679.

Bell, Graham, 2010. Fluctuating selection: The perpetual renewal of adaptation in variable environments. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 87-97.

Bensley, D. Alan, July/Aug. 2006. Why great thinkers sometimes fail to think critically. Skeptical Inquirer 30(4): 47-52.

Benton, Ted, Spring 1997. Where to draw the line?: Alfred Russel Wallace in Borneo. Studies in Travel Writing No. 1: 96-116.

Benton, Ted, Nov. 2008. Wallace's dilemmas: The laws of nature and the human spirit. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 368-390.

Benton, Ted, Oct. 2009. Race, sex and the 'earthly paradise': Wallace versus Darwin on human evolution and prospects. Sociological Review 57, Supplement S2: 23-46.

Benton, Ted, Nov. 2009. Darwin and Wallace as environmental philosophers. Environmental Values 18(4): 487-502.

Benton, Ted, 2013. Alfred Russel Wallace: Explorer, Evolutionist, Public Intellectual. Manchester U.K.: Siri Scientific Press. 224 pp.

Berlinski, David, April 2008. The God of the gaps. Commentary 125(4): 34-40. [concerning the relation of consciousness to evolution, and scientific ideas thereon]

Bermingham, Eldredge, & Dick, Christopher, 21 Sept. 2001. The Inga--Newcomer or museum antiquity? Science 293(5538): 2214-2216. [on the accumulating time hypothesis of high tropical diversities]

Bernstein, Ralph E., 3 June 1982. Wallace: The man who almost pipped Darwin. New Scientist 94: 652-655.

Bernstein, Ralph E., Winter 1984. Darwin's alter ego: Co-originator Alfred Wallace. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine (Chicago) 27(2): 234-238.

Berra, Tim M., Oct. 2013. Wallace's acceptance of Darwin's priority in his own words. The Linnean 29(2): 23-40.

Berry, Andrew, 18 May 2000. An ugly baby [in part a review of Knapp 1999]. London Review of Books 22(10): 26-27.

Berry, Andrew, ed., 2002. Infinite Tropics: An Alfred Russel Wallace Anthology. London & New York: Verso. 430 pp.

Berry, Andrew, Nov. 2008. "Ardent beetle-hunters": Natural history, collecting, and the theory of evolution. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 47-65.

Berry, Andrew, 11 April 2013. Evolution's red-hot radical. Nature 496(7444): 162-164.

Berry, Andrew, 3 March 2014. Scientist, socialist: The enduring appeal of Alfred Russel Wallace. Current Biology 24(5): R178-R180. [book review of Ted Benton's Alfred Russel Wallace, Explorer, Evolutionist, Public Intellectual]

Berry, Andrew, 2014. Introduction to Wallace's The Malay Archipelago (London: Penguin Books): ix-lxviii+.

Berry, Andrew, Sept. 2015. Odyssey of a naturalist. Natural History 123(7): 10-15.

Berry, Andrew, Fall 2015. Alfred Russel Wallace: The power of place. Victorian Review 41(2): 91-111.

Berry, Andrew / Costa, James T. / Browne, Janet / Wood, James, 16 Dec. 2013. Feature: Wallace centennial ('Alfred Russel Wallace--natural selection, socialism, and spiritualism' / 'Wallace on the evolutionary trail' / 'Wallace and Darwin' / 'Wallace as writer'). Current Biology 23(24): R1066-R1073.

Bickerton, Derek, 2014. More than Nature Needs: Language, Mind, and Evolution. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. 324 pp.

Bignami, Marialuisa, 2011. Joseph Conrad and Alfred Russel Wallace look at the Malay Archipelago. In Carlo Pagetti, ed., Darwin nel Tempo: Modernità Letteraria e Immaginario Scientifico: Milano, 11-12 Novembre 2009 (Milano: Cisalpino): 237-249.

Bini, Luis Mauricio, Diniz-Filho, José Alexandre F., Rangel, Thiago F. L. V. B., Bastos, Rogério Pereira, & Pinto, Miriam Plaza, Sept. 2006. Challenging Wallacean and Linnean shortfalls: Knowledge gradients and conservation planning in a biodiversity hotspot. Diversity and Distributions 12(5): 475-482.

Blaisdell, Muriel L., 1992. Darwinism and Its Data; The Adaptive Coloration of Animals. New York & London: Garland. 404 pp.

Blassingame, Wyatt, 1964. Naturalist-explorers. New York: Franklin Watts. 145 pp. [juvenile literature]

Blinderman, Charles, 1998. Alfred Russel Wallace. In Gary Kelly & Edd Applegate, eds., British Reform Writers, 1832-1914 (Detroit: Gale Research; Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 190): 325-333.

Blum, Deborah, 2006. Ghost Hunters. New York: The Penguin Press. 370 pp. [on the investigation of spiritualistic phenomena in the late nineteenth century, especially as connected to William James; contains a chapter on Wallace]

Bock, Walter J., June 2009. The Darwin-Wallace myth of 1858. Proceedings of the Zoological Society 62(1): 1-12.

Bock, Walter J., March 2010. Multiple explanations in Darwinian evolutionary theory. Acta Biotheoretica 58(1): 65-79.

Boekhout van Solinge, Tim, 2008. The land of the orangutan and the bird of paradise under threat. In Ragnhild Sollund, ed., Global Harms: Ecological Crime and Speciesism (New York: Nova Science Publishing): Chapter 4.

Böhle, Uta-Regina, Hilger, Hartmut H., & Martin, William F., Oct. 1996. Island colonization and evolution of the insular woody habit in Echium L. (Boraginaceae). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(21): 11740-11745. [discusses early theory by Wallace connecting woody habit to selection for longevity]

Boice, Robert, 1977. Surplusage. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 9(6): 452-454. [discusses "the question as to why an organism should have a surplusage of mental power beyond the evolutionary needs of its possessor"]

Bolles, Robert C., & Beecher, Michael D., eds., 1988. Evolution and Learning. Hillsdale NJ & London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 263 pp. [includes discussions of Wallace's ideas on learning and conditioning]

Bonebrake, Timothy C., March 2013. Conservation implications of adaptation to tropical climates from a historical perspective. Journal of Biogeography 40(3): 409-414.

Borgia, Gerald, June 1986. Sexual selection in bowerbirds. Scientific American 254(6): 92-100.

Bowler, Peter J., Jan. 1976. Alfred Russel Wallace's concepts of variation. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 31(1): 17-29.

Bowler, Peter J., 1989. Evolution: The History of an Idea (rev. ed.). Berkeley: University of California Press. 432 pp.

Bowler, Peter J., 1990. Charles Darwin; The Man and His Influence. Oxford, U.K.: Basil Blackwell. 250 pp.

Bowler, Peter J., 20 Dec. 2009. Do we need a non-Darwinian industry? Notes & Records of the Royal Society 63(4): 393-398.

Bowler, Peter J., 2013. Darwin Deleted; Imagining a World Without Darwin. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press. 318 pp.

Boyer, Pascal, Robbins, Philip, & Jack, Anthony I., Dec. 2005. Varieties of self-systems worth having. Consciousness and Cognition 14(4): 647-660. [on the worth of self-consciousness]

Brackman, Arnold C., 1980. A Delicate Arrangement; The Strange Case of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace. New York: Times Books. 370 pp.

Brake, Mark, 2012. Alien Life Imagined: Communicating the Science and Culture of Astrobiology. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. 276 pp.

Brooke, John Hedley, May 1977. Natural theology and the plurality of worlds: Observations on the Brewster-Whewell debate. Annals of Science 34(3): 221-286.

Brooke, John Hedley, 1991. Science and Religion; Some Historical Perspectives. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. 432 pp.

Brooks, John L., Dec. 1972. Extinction and the origin of organic diversity. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 44: 19-56.

Brooks, John L., 1984. Just Before the Origin: Alfred Russel Wallace's Theory of Evolution. New York: Columbia University Press. 284 pp.

Brooks, John L., 1985. Development of Wallace's perceptions of biogeography, 1848-1859. Earth Sciences History 4(2): 113-117.

Brotman, C., Dec. 2001. Alfred Wallace and the anthropology of sound in Victorian culture. Endeavour 25(4): 144-147.

Brown, C. Mackenzie, Sept. 2007. Colonial and post-colonial elaborations of avataric evolutionism. Zygon 42(3): 715-748. [mentions influence of Wallace on the pandit Chamupati and other followers of Dayananda]

Brown, R. M., & Guttman, S. I., July 2002. Phylogenetic systematics of the Rana signata complex of Philippine and Bornean stream frogs: Reconsideration of Huxley's modification of Wallace's Line at the Oriental-Australian faunal zone interface. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76(3): 393-461.

Browne, Janet, 1983. The Secular Ark; Studies in the History of Biogeography. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. 273 pp.

Browne, Janet, Winter 2010. Making Darwin: Biography and the changing representations of Charles Darwin. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 40(3): 347-373.

Bryant, William, 2003. Naturalist in the River: The Life and Early Writings of Alfred Russel Wallace. iUniverse.com. 180 pp.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, & Llorente Bousquets, Jorge, 2000. Una visión histórica de la biogeografía dispersionista con críticas a sus fundamentos. Caldasia 22(2): 161-184.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, & Llorente Bousquets, Jorge, 2003. La obra biogeográfica de Alfred Russel Wallace. Parte I: Su viaje a la Amazonia y sus primeras ideas sobre distribución. In Juan J. Morrone & Jorge Llorente Bousquets, eds., Una Perspectiva Latinoamericana de la Biogeografía (México, D.F.: Las Prensas de Ciencias, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México): 29-38.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, & Llorente Bousquets, Jorge, 2003. El Pensamiento Biogeográfico de Alfred Russel Wallace. Bogotá: Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales. 191 pp.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, & Llorente Bousquets, Jorge, 2005. La obra biogeográfica de Alfred Russel Wallace. Parte II: El modelo extensionista y la inflexión al permanentismo. In Jorge Llorente Bousquets & Juan J. Morrone, eds., Regionalización Biogeográfica en Iberoamérica y Tópicos Afines (México, D.F.: Las Prensas de Ciencias, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México): 19-44.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, & Llorente-Bousquets, Jorge E., April 2006. The other face of Lyell: Historical biogeography in his Principles of Geology. Journal of Biogeography 33(4): 549-559.

Bueno Hernández, Alfredo, Morrone, Juan J., Luna-Reyes, M. de las Mercedes, & Pérez-Malváez, Carlos, 1999. Raíces históricas del concepto de centro de origen en la biogeografía dispersionista: Del Edén bíblico al modelo de Darwin-Wallace. Sciences et Techniques en Perspective 3(1): 27-45.

Bulmer, Michael, 22 May 2005. The theory of natural selection of Alfred Russel Wallace FRS. Notes & Records of the Royal Society 59(2): 125-136.

Byatt, Jean I., 1974. A short comment on Alfred Russel Wallace's paper entitled 'On the peculiar species of the British fauna and flora' (1880). Proceedings of the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society 15(5): 97-100.

Bynum, W. F., & Porter, Roy, eds., 2005. Oxford Dictionary of Scientific Quotations [entry "Alfred Russel Wallace," pp. 602-606]. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. 712 pp.

Cain, A. J., Jan.-Feb. 1984. Islands and evolution: Theory and opinion in Darwin's earlier years. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 21(1-2): 5-27.

Camerini, Jane R., 1987. Darwin, Wallace, and Maps. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 345 pp.

Camerini, Jane R., Dec. 1993. Evolution, biogeography, and maps: An early history of Wallace's Line. Isis 84(4): 700-727. Reprinted with minor changes in Roy MacLeod & Philip J. Rehbock, eds., 1994, Darwin's Laboratory: Evolutionary Theory and Natural History in the Pacific (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press): 70-109.

Camerini, Jane R., 1996. Wallace in the field. Osiris 11, 2nd s.: 44-65.

Camerini, Jane R., 1997. Remains of the day: Early Victorians in the field. In Bernard Lightman, ed., Victorian Science in Context (Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press): 354-377.

Camerini, Jane R., ed., 2002. The Alfred Russel Wallace Reader: A Selection of Writings from the Field. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press. 219 pp.

Campbell, Anthony K., 2003. What Darwin missed. Astrophysics and Space Science 285: 571-585. [discusses Fred Hoyle's criticism of Darwinian-style evolution as slow incremental change, and the relevance of molecular biodiversity]

Camus, Patricio A., 2009. Ever since Darwin? Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 82: 471-476.

Canguilhem, Georges, 1959. Les Concepts de "Lutte Pour l'Existence" et de "Sélection Naturelle" en 1858: Charles Darwin et Alfred Russel Wallace. Paris: Les Conférences du Palais de la Découverte Ser. D: Histoire des Sciences, No. 61. 17 pp.

Caponi, Gustavo, 2009. Definitivamente no estaba ahí: La ausencia de la teoría de la selección natural en Sobre la Tendencia de las Variedades a Apartarse Indefinidamente del Tipo Original de Alfred Russel Wallace. Ludus Vitalis 17(32): 55-73. A.T.: Charles Darwin, natural selection, divergence, lineages, Jean Gayon [suggests that the Ternate essay avoids the issue of divergence of forms]

Caponi, Gustavo, 2011. Las raíces del programa adaptacionista. Scientiæ Studia (São Paulo) 9(4): 705-738.

Cardoso, Pedro, Erwin, Terry L., Borges, Paulo A. V., & New, Tim R., Nov. 2011. The seven impediments in invertebrate conservation and how to overcome them. Biological Conservation 144(11): 2647-2655. [discusses Wallacean shortfalls]

Carmo, Viviane Arruda do, 2008. As concepções de Alfred Russel Wallace acerca da cor e ornamentos dos animais e sua crítica à seleção sexual. Filosofia e História da Biologia 3: 377-392.

Carmo, Viviane Arruda do, & Martins, Lilian Al-Chueyr Pereira, 2006. Charles Darwin, Alfred Russel Wallace e a seleção natural: Um estudo comparativo. In Maria Elice Brzezinski Prestes, Lilian Al-Chueyr Pereira Martins & Waldir Stefano, eds., Filosofia e História da Biologia 1 (São Paulo: Fundo Mackenzie de Pesquisa, MackPesquisa): 335-350.

Carmo, Viviane Arruda do, Bizzo, Nélio, & Martins, Lilian Al-Chueyr Pereira, 2009. Alfred Russel Wallace e o princípio de seleção natural. Filosofia e História da Biologia 4: 209-233.

Carmo, Viviane Arruda do, Martins, Lilian Al-Chueyr Pereira, & Bizzo, Nelio Vincenzo, 2012. As contribuições de Alfred Russel Wallace para a biogeografia. Filosofia e História da Biologia 7(1): 117-136.

Carmo, Viviane Arruda do, 2011. Episódios da História da Biologia e o Ensino da Ciência: As Contribuições de Alfred Russel Wallace. Ph.D. Dissertation, Faculdade de Educação, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo.

Caro, Tim, Feb. 2005. The adaptive significance of coloration in mammals. BioScience 55(2): 125-136.

Caro, Tim, Jan. 2017. Wallace on coloration: Contemporary perspective and unresolved insights. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32(1): 23-30.

Caro, Tim, Merilaita, Sami, & Stevens, Martin, Nov. 2008. The colours of animals: From Wallace to the present day. I. Cryptic coloration. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 125-143.

Caro, Tim, Hill, Geoffrey, Lindström, Leena, & Speed, Michael, Nov. 2008. The colours of animals: From Wallace to the present day. II. Conspicuous coloration. In Charles H. Smith & George Beccaloni, eds., Natural Selection and Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press): 144-165.

Carstensen, Daniel W., & Olesen, Jens M., Aug. 2009. Wallacea and its nectarivorous birds: Nestedness and modules. Journal of Biogeography 36(8): 1540-1550.

Cerullo, John J., 1982. The Secularization of the Soul; Psychical Research in Modern Britain. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues. 194 pp.

Chakrabarti, Raj, Rabitz, Herschel, Springs, Stacey L., & McLendon, George L., 27 June 2008. Mutagenic evidence for the optimal control of evolutionary dynamics. Physical Review Letters 100, 258103.

Charwat, Elaine, June 2014. AR Wallace and the cockatoo conundrum. Pulse (Linnean Society of London) No. 22 (online).

Chase, Malcolm, 1979. A Victorian scientist at Grays: 1872-1876. Panorama: The Journal of the Thurrock Local History Society No. 22: 8-17.

Chesterton, G. K., Jan. 1904. Alfred Russel Wallace. English Illustrated Magazine (London) 30, n.s.: 420-422.

Chhem, Rethy K., Dec. 2013. Monsoons, mosquitoes and malaria: Alfred Russel Wallace in the Malay Archipelago. Jati 18: 247-254.

Christensen, Bryce, Dec. 2011. Darwin vs. Wallace: When poetry dies and when poetry survives in the not-so-natural selection of memetic evolution. Changing English 18(4): 397-405.

Cicuzza, Daniele, 20 Dec. 2014. A rediscovery of Alfred Russel Wallace's fern collection from Borneo at the Cambridge University Herbarium. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science 68(4): 403-412.

Cirkovic, Milan M., Jan.-Feb. 2005. Permanence--An adaptationist solution to Fermi's Paradox? JBIS, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 58(1-2): 62-70. [discusses adaptationism in the context of astrobiology]

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