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More than Darwin

An Encyclopedia of the People and Places of the Evolution-Creationism Controversy

Randy Moore, Mark Decker


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Since the middle of the 19th century, debates over evolution have occurred almost non-stop. From the publication of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species to the recent Kitzmiller v. Dover trial, there has rarely been a time in which scientists, educators, theologians, politicians, and judges have not been involved in these debates. How can anyone keep all of these individuals straight without a scorecard? More than Darwin: An Encyclopedia of the People and Places of the Evolution-Creationism Controversy is that resource, providing accessible and balanced synopses of every major person, organization, and place involved in the long history of the evolution-creationism controversies.

Greenwood, 9780313341557, 448pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2008

About the Author

Randy Moore is H.T. Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Biology at the University of Minnesota. He edited The American Biology Teacher for 20 years, teaches courses about evolution and creationism, and has written several books about the evolution-creationism controversy, including Evolution 101 (Greenwood 2006), which he co-wrote with Janice Moore.Mark D. Decker has a Ph.D. in conservation biology from the University of Minnesota, where he is now Associate Director for Scholarship and Teaching in the Biology Program. Mark is interested in all aspects of science teaching, particularly science literacy among non-science college majors.