The Friends of Charles Darwin elsewhere on the internet:
Richard Carter, FCD (that would be Yours Truly):
Other Darwin-related websites:
- Darwin Correspondence Project
The full texts of thousands of letters to and from Charles Darwin.
- Darwin Online
A huge online resource containing the full text of many of Darwin’s published works, private letters and manuscripts, and other work.
- The Dispersal of Darwin
Michael Barton blog about Darwin, the History of Science, and related stuff.
Other recommended websites:
- Evolving Thoughts
The blog of John S Wilkins, historian and philosopher of science.
- The Renaissance Mathematicus
The blog of Thony Christie, historian of science.
(He’s been in my car, you know.)
Evolutionary ecologist, ornithologist, and science journalist.
(She’s been in my car, you know.)
The blog of PZ Myers, biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, Morris.
(He’s been in my car, you know. Do you spot a pattern developing?)
- John Hawks
A paleoanthropologist who studies human evolution, and the fossil and genetic evidence of our hominin ancestors.
The blog of Larry Moran, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto, and sceptical chemist.
- Tetrapod Zoology
Darren Naish’s blog about amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals—living and extinct.
- In Our Time podcast
The most recent programmes from BBC Radio 4’s long-running series on the history of ideas.