HIST107C:
The Darwinian Revolution and Modern Biology

About the Course:

Examines the social and scientific impacts of evolutionary ideas from around 1800 through Charles Darwin, the modern evolutionary synthesis, the birth of ecology, and molecular biology. Focus is on America and Western Europe.

Pre-requisites:

Concurrent enrollment or completion of one of the following: History 4B or 17B or 17C or 20; or upper division standing.

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Elena Aronova   

Schedule of Courses

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