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Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Darwin, Evolution and the Galapagos Series

Darwin, Evolution and the Galapagos Series

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, covers the evolution of evolutionary theory from Charles Darwin to the present. While discussion includes the social implications of evolutionary arguments and Darwin's broad er impact on Western social thought, emphasis is given to evolutionary biology - the diversification and adaptation of organisms. Produced by the Stanford University Channel. Programs available on 13 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 13-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also See: Digital Encyclopedia of the Galapagos Islands
Associated Article: Annals of Science: Devolution -The New Yorker Magazine

List of Titles


1. What Did Darwin See in the Galapagos?

1. What Did Darwin See in the Galapagos?

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, covers the evolution of evolutionary theory from Charles Darwin to the present. In this program he answers the question, what did Darwin see in the Galapagos? 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


2. A Photographic Journal of the Galapagos Field Trip

2. A Photographic Journal of the Galapagos Field Trip

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, who has visited the Galapagos Islands numerous times offers his Photographic Journal of a Galapagos Field Trip. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


3. What to Look for in the Galapagos Islands

3. What to Look for in the Galapagos Islands

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University explains what to Look for in the Galapagos Islands today. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


4. Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution - Part 1

4. Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution - Part 1

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, follows Charles Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution in the first of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


5. Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution - Part 2

5. Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution - Part 2

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, follows Charles Darwin's Path to a Theory of Evolution in the second of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


6. Darwinism 1: The Modern Synthesis - Part 1

6. Darwinism 1: The Modern Synthesis - Part 1

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, explains Darwinism: The Modern Synthesis in this first of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


7. Darwinism 1: The Modern Synthesis - Part 2

7. Darwinism 1: The Modern Synthesis - Part 2

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, explains Darwinism: The Modern Synthesis in this second of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


8. How Does Natural Selection Produce New Species?

8. How Does Natural Selection Produce New Species?

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, provides answers to the question, how does natural selection produce new species? 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


9. What IS Evolution by Natural Selection?

9. What IS Evolution by Natural Selection?

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University, provides answers to the question, what is evolution by natural selection? 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


10. Darwinism 2: Adaptionism and Punctuationism  - Part 1

10. Darwinism 2: Adaptionism and Punctuationism - Part 1

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University explains Darwinism: Adaptionism and Punctuationism in this first of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


11. Darwinism 2: Adaptionism and Punctuationism - Part 2

11. Darwinism 2: Adaptionism and Punctuationism - Part 2

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University explains Darwinism: Adaptionism and Punctuationism in this second of a two-part program. 00/09DE SCA 60 min. Click for more


12. Darwinism 3: Selfish Genes and Selfish Memes

12. Darwinism 3: Selfish Genes and Selfish Memes

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University explains Darwinism: Selfish Genes and Selfish Memes. 00/09DE SCA 90 min. Click for more


13. Darwinism 4: Darwinism Today

13. Darwinism 4: Darwinism Today

William Durham, professor of anthropology and human biology at Stanford University offers his perspective on Darwinism in contemporary times. 00/09DE CA 90 min. Click for more





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