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- "The Lady in the Coffin"- Delusions and hearing voices :A narrative performance of insight.
- A Place for Digital Storytelling in Teacher Pedagogy
Electoral Corruption in Bangladesh.
Of all the life sciences, systematics is probably the one whose history is least studied. Its celebrity founders have been well historified: Linnaeus, whose universal system of binomial nomenclature still endures; Darwin, who gave classification a biological foundation; and a few others. But of the activities of the hundreds of collectors, curators, and classifiers who have found, preserved, named, and ordered the million-plus species whose world we share-of these our knowledge remains scattered and fragmentary. This is paradoxical, because of all the sciences systematics has the deepest living memory, thanks to rules of nomenclature that oblige those who would name a new species to actively engage the literature back to the Linnaean big bang. This situation is, happily, changing; substantial histories have been quietly accumulating, some by historians with a sustained devotion to the subject.
Publications Search Results
"The Lady in the Coffin"- Delusions and hearing voices :A narrative performance of insight.
Fulfer and Jennifer Blevins-McNaughton. AA: Harvey and John D. Gerhart and M. Pasternostro Bayles.
A Place for Digital Storytelling in Teacher Pedagogy
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