The Legacy of Charles Darwin

by | Apr 22, 2009

Charles Darwin made six major expeditions in South America, and in doing so, changed the way human beings think about their world. In this section, historians, educators and scientists examine Darwin’s legacy on the 200th anniversary of his birth.

 

Spring 2003Volume II, Number 3

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