David Livingstone - Publications#


Single-authored Books and Monographs

Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Culture of American Science (Alabama and London: The University of Alabama Press, 1987). Number two in the series on the History of American Science and Technology, xiv + 395 pages

Darwin's Forgotten Defenders (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1987), xii + 210 pages

The Preadamite Theory and the Marriage of Science and Religion (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1992), x + 81 pages

The Geographical Tradition: Episodes in the History of a Contested Enterprise (Oxford and Cambridge, Mass.: Basil Blackwell, 1992), viii + 434 pages

Science, Space and Hermeneutics The Hettner Lectures 2001 (University of Heidelberg, 2002), 116 pages

Putting Science in its Place: Geographies of Scientific Knowledge (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003), xii + 234 pages (Japanese and Korean translations in preparation)

Adam’s Ancestors: Race, Religion and the Politics of Human Origins (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008), xii + 301 pages

Co-authored Books

Them and Us? Attitudinal Variation among Belfast Churchgoers (Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1997) with F.W. Boal and M. Keane, viii + 240 pages

Ulster-American Religion: Episodes in the History of a Cultural Connection (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1999) with R.A. Wells, x + 201 pages

Edited Books

The Behavioural Environment: Essays in Reflection, Application and Re-evaluation (London and New York: Routledge, 1989) joint editor with F.W. Boal. xix + 328 pages

What is Darwinism? And Other Writings on Science and Religion by Charles Hodge (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1994) edited and with an introduction, joint editor with Mark A. Noll, 182 pages

Human Geography: An Essential Anthology (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996) joint editor with John Agnew and Alistair Rodgers, xii + 696 pages

Evangelicals and Science in Historical Perspective (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), joint editor with D.G. Hart and Mark A. Noll, 352 pages

Geography and Enlightenment (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999), joint editor with Charles Withers, viii + 455 pages

Evolution, Scripture, and Science: Selected Writings of B.B. Warfield (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2000) joint editor with Mark A. Noll, edited and with an introduction, 350 pages

Geography and Revolution (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005), edited with Charles W.J. Withers (Turkish translation in preparation)

Queen’s Thinkers: Essays on the Intellectual History of a University (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2008), edited with Alvin Jackson

Science in National and International Perspective. The Cambridge History of Science, Volume 8 (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press), joint editor with Ronald Numbers, forthcoming

Geographies of Nineteenth Century Science, joint editor with Charles W.J. Withers, forthcoming

The Sage Handbook of Geographical Knowledge (London: Sage, 2009), joint editor with John Agnew, in press

Journal Articles

“Some methodological problems in the history of geographical thought,” Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 70 (1979): 226-231

“There and back again—towards a critique of idealist human geography,” Area, 11 (1979): 75-79. Discussion in Area, 11 (1979): 81-82; 11 (1979): 215-216 (with R. T. Harrison)

“Nature and man in America: Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the conservation of natural resources,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, new series, 5 (1980): 369-382

“Evolution versus religion?” Third Way, 4, 3 (1980): 16-17

“The frontier: metaphor, myth and model,” Professional Geographer, 32 (1980): 127-132 (with R. T. Harrison)

“Philosophy and problems in human geography: a presuppositional approach,” Area, 12 (1980): 25-31. Discussion in Area, 12 (1980): 323-325 (with R.T. Harrison)

“Immanuel Kant, subjectivism and human geography: a preliminary investigation,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, new series, 6 (1981): 359-374 (with R. T. Harrison)

“Meaning through metaphor: analogy as epistemology,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 71 (1981): 95-107. Discussion Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 72 (1982): 275-277 (with R. T. Harrison)

“Hunting the snark: perspectives on geographical investigation,” Geografiska Annaler (B), 63 (1981): 69-72 (with R. T. Harrison)

“Neo-Lamarckism and the development of geography in the United States and Great Britain,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, new series, 8 (1983): 267-294 (with J. A. Campbell)

“Environmental theology: prospect in retrospect,” Progress in Human Geography, 7 (1983): 133-140

“Evolution as metaphor and myth,” Christian Scholar's Review, 12 (1983): 111-125

“Natural theology and Neo-Lamarckism: the changing context of nineteenth century geography in the United States and Great Britain,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 74 (1984): 9-28

“Science and society: Nathaniel S. Shaler and racial ideology,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, new series, 9 (1984): 181-210

“The history of science and the history of geography: interactions and implications,” History of Science, 22 (1984): 271-302

“The idea of design: the vicissitudes of a key concept in the Princeton response to Darwin,” Scottish Journal of Theology, 37 (1984): 329-357

“The frontier in the city: ethnonationalism in Belfast,” International Political Science Review, 5 (1984): 161-179 (with F. W. Boal)

“Evolution, science and society: historical reflections on the geographical experiment,” Geoforum, 16 (1985): 119-130

“Protestants in Belfast: a view from the inside,” Contemporary Review, 248 (April, 1986): 169-175 (with F. W. Boal)

“Science, religion and ideology: the case of evangelicals and evolution,” Science and Faith, 6 (1986): 5-15. Reprinted in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 39 (1987): 41-45

“Human acclimatization: perspectives on a contested field of inquiry in science, medicine and geography,” History of Science, 25 (1987): 359-394

“Science and society: reflections on the radical critique of science,” Faith and Thought, 113 (1987): 17-32

“Preadamites: the history of an idea from heresy to orthodoxy,” Scottish Journal of Theology, 40 (1987): 41-66

“Darwinism and the theologians,” Search, 10 (1987): 99-107

“Science, magic and religion: a contextual reassessment of geography in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries,” History of Science, 26 (1988): 269-294

“Changing scientific concepts,” Christian Scholar's Review, 17 (1988): 361-380

“Evolution, eschatology and the privatization of providence,” Science and Belief, 2 (1990): 117-130

“Geography, tradition and the Scientific Revolution: An interpretative essay”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 15 (1990): 359-373

“Preadamism: the history of a harmonizing strategy,” Fides et Historia, 22 (1990): 25-34

“The moral discourse of climate: historical considerations on race, place, and virtue,” Journal of Historical Geography, 17 (1991): 413-434

“Of design and dining clubs: Geography in Britain and America, 1780-1860”, History of Science 29 (1991): 153-183

“In defence of situated messiness: geographical knowledge and the history of science,” Geojournal, 26 (1992): 228-229

“Darwinism and Calvinism: The Belfast-Princeton Connection,” Isis, 83 (1992): 408-428

“Of evolution and revolution: Situating the devil’s chaplain”, Journal of Historical Geography 20 (1994): 197-203

“The historical roots of our ecological crisis: A reassessment,” Fides et Historia, 26 (1994): 38-55

“Science and religion: Foreword to the historical geography of an encounter,” Journal of Historical Geography 20 (1994): 367-383

“The spaces of knowledge: Contributions towards a historical geography of science” Society and Space, 13 (1995): 5-34.

“The polity of nature: representation, virtue, strategy” Ecumene 2 (1995): 353-377

“Evolution and eschatology,” Themelios, 22 (1996): 26-36

“A chapter in the historical geography of Darwinism: A Belfast-Edinburgh case study,” Scottish Geographical Magazine, 113 (1997): 51-57

“Science and religion: towards a new cartography,” Christian Scholar’s Review 26 (1997): 270-292. (Recipient of the Charles Miller Award for the best article published in the journal in 1997; recipient of Templeton Exemplary Paper Award, 1999)

“Space for religion: A Belfast case study,” (with F.W. Boal and M. Keane) Political Geography, 17 (1998): 145-170

“Reproduction, representation and authenticity: A re-reading,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, N.S. 23 (1998): 13-19

“Tropical climate and moral hygiene: the anatomy of a Victorian debate,” British Journal for the History of Science, 32 (1999): 93-110

“Putting geography in its place,” Australian Geographical Studies, (2000): 1-9

“Tropical hermeneutics: fragments for a historical narrative,” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 21 (2000): 92-98

“Making space for science,” Erdkunde, 54, 4 (2000): 285-296

“B.B. Warfield (1851-1921): a biblical inerrantist as evolutionist,” Isis, 91 (2000): 283-304 (with Mark A. Noll) (Recipient of the Woodrow Wilson Award). Reprinted in Journal of Presbyterian History 80 (2002): 153-171.

“The idea of a university: interventions from Ireland,” Christian Scholar’s Review, 30 (2000): 185-205 (Recipient of the Charles Miller Award for the best article published in the journal in 2000)

“Race, space and moral climatology: notes toward a genealogy,” Journal of Historical Geography, 28 (2002): 159-180

“Tropical hermeneutics and the climatic imagination,” Geographische Zeitschrift 90 (2002): 65-88

“Reading the heavens, planting the earth: cultures of British science,” History Workshop Journal, 54 (2002): 242-248

“Science, religion and the geography of reading: Sir William Whitla and the editorial staging of Isaac Newton’s writings on biblical prophecy,” British Journal for the History of Science, 36 (2003): 27-42

“Classics in Human Geography Revisited: The Geographical Tradition,” Progress in Human Geography 28 (2004): 227-234

“Public spectacle and scientific theory: William Robertson Smith and the reading of evolution in Victorian Scotland” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 35 (2004): 1-29

“Oriental travel, Arabian kinship and ritual sacrifice: William Robertson Smith and the fundamental institutions” Society and Space, 22 (2004): 639-657

“Text, talk and testimony: geographical reflections on scientific habits”, British Journal for the History of Science, 38 (2005): 93-100

“Science, text and space: thoughts on the geography of reading”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30 (2005): 391-401

“The geography of Darwinism,” Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 31 (2006): 32-41

“Putting progress in its place,” Progress in Human Geography, 30 (2006): 559-587

“Science, site and speech: scientific knowledge and the spaces of rhetoric,” History of the Human Sciences 20 (2007): 71-98

“Classics in Human Geography Revisited: Geography and Geographers,” Progress in Human Geography, 31 (2007): 43-45

“Science, religion, and the cartographies of complexity”, Historically Speaking, 8, 5 (2007): 15-17

“Tracking Adam’s Bloodline”, Journal of Scottish Thought forthcoming

Chapters in Edited Collections

“Environment and inheritance: Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the American frontier,” in Brian Blouet (ed.), The origins of academic geography in the United States (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1981), pp. 123-138

“Understanding in geography: structuring the subjective,” in D. T. Herbert and R. J. Johnston (eds), Geography and the urban environment: progress in research and applications, Volume 5 (Chichester: John Wiley, 1982), pp. 1-39 (with R. T. Harrison)

“An international frontier in microcosm: the Shankill-Falls divide, Belfast,” in S. Waterman and N. Kliot (eds), People, territory and state: pluralism in political geography (London: Croom Helm, 1983), pp. 138-158 (with F. W. Boal)

“Farewell to arms: reflections on the encounter between science and faith,” in Mark A. Noll and David F. Wells (eds), Christian Faith and Practice in the Modern World (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1988), pp.239-262

“Geography,” in R. C. Olby, G. N. Cantor, J. R. R. Christie, and M. J. S. Hodge, (eds), Companion to the history of modern science (London and New York: Routledge, 1989), pp. 743-760

“The behavioural environment: Worlds of meaning in a world of facts,” (with F.W. Boal) in Frederick W. Boal and David N. Livingstone (eds.), The Behavioural Environment: Essays in Reflection, Application, and Re-evaluation (London and New York: Routledge, 1989), pp. 3-17

“Protestants in Belfast: The majority's minorities,” (with F.W. Boal and J.A. Campbell), in P. Roche and B. Barton (eds), The Northern Ireland Question: Myth and Reality, (Aldershot: Avebury, 1991), pp. 99-129

“'Never shall ye make the crab walk straight': An inquiry into the scientific sources of American racial geography,” in Felix Driver and Gillian Rose (eds), Nature and Science: Essays in the History of Geographical Knowledge (Historical Geography Research Series, No 28, 1992), pp. 37-48

“A geologist by profession, a geographer by inclination: Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and geography at Harvard,” in Clark Elliott and Margaret Rossiter, (eds), Harvard University as context for science: historical approaches at the end of three and a half centuries, (London and Toronto: Associated University Press, 1992), pp. 146-66

“A brief history of geography,” in Andrew Goudie et al. (ed.), The Student’s Companion to Geography (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992), pp. 27-35

“Climate’s moral economy: Science, race and place in post-Darwinian British and American geography,” in Neil Smith and Anne Godlewska (eds) Geography and Empire (Oxford: Blackwell, 1994), 132-154

“Darwin in Belfast: the evolution debate,” in John W. Foster (ed.), Nature in Ireland: A Scientific and Cultural History (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1997), 387-408

“Calvinism and Darwinism: The Belfast-Edinburgh axis”, in John Erskine and Gordon Lucy (eds), Varieties of Scottishness: Exploring the Ulster Scottish Connection (Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), pp. 45-62

“Geography and the natural theology imperative,” in Henk Aay and Sander Griffioen (eds), Geography and Worldview (Lanham: University Press of America, 1998), pp. 1-17

“Situating evangelical eesponses to Darwin,” in David N. Livingstone, D.G. Hart and Mark A. Noll (eds) Evangelicals and Science in Historical Perspective (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 193-219

“Science, region, and religion: The reception of Darwinism in Princeton, Belfast, and Edinburgh,” in Ronald L. Numbers and John Stenhouse (eds), Disseminating Darwinism: The Role of Place, Race, Religion, and Gender (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999), pp. 7-38

“Introduction—On Geography and Enlightenment” in David N. Livingstone and Charles W.J. Withers (eds), Geography and Enlightenment (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999), pp. 1-28 (with Charles W.J. Withers)

“Geographical inquiry, rational religion and moral philosophy: Enlightenment discourses on the human condition”, in David N. Livingstone and Charles W.J. Withers (eds), Geography and Enlightenment (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999), pp. 93-119

“A brief history of geography,” in Alisdair Rogers and Heather A. Wiles (eds), The Student’s Companion to Geography. Second Edition (Oxford: Blackwell, 2003), pp. 275-283

“Re-placing Darwinism and Christianity” in David C. Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers (eds), When Science and Christianity Meet (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003), pp. 183-202

“British geography, 1500-1900: An imprecise review,” in Michael Williams and Ron Johnston (eds), A Century of British Geography (London: British Academy, 2003), pp. 11-41

“Ecology and environment,” in Gary B. Ferngren, ed., Science and Religion: A Historical Introduction (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), pp. 345-355

“Cultures of science,” in James Duncan, Nuala Johnson and Richard Schein (eds), A Companion to Cultural Geography (London: Routledge, 2004), pp. 139-150

“Climate”, in Stephan Harrison, Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift (eds), Patterned Ground: Entanglements of Nature and Culture (London: Reaktion, 2004), pp. 77-79, 289

“Introduction: On Geography and Revolution” (with Charles W.J. Withers), in David N. Livingstone and Charles W.J. Withers (eds), Geography and Revolution (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005), pp. 1-21

“‘Risen into empire’: Moral geographies of the American Republic”, in David N. Livingstone and Charles W.J. Withers (eds), Geography and Revolution (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005), pp. 304-335

“Scientific inquiry and the missionary enterprise,” in Ruth Finnegan (ed.) Participating in the Knowledge Society: Researchers beyond the University Walls, (London: Palgrave, 2005), pp. 50-64

“Landscape of spires,” in F.W. Boal and S. Royle (eds) Enduring City (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2006) (with John Brewer and Margaret Keane)

“Evolution and religion”, in Michael Ruse and John Travis (eds), Evolution: The First Four Billion Years (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2009), in press.

“Locating new visions,” in James D. Proctor (ed.), Envisioning Nature, Science, and Religion (West Conshohocken: Templeton Press, 2009), pp. 103-130

“Myth 17. That Huxley Defeated Wilberforce in Their Debate over Evolution and Religion,” in Ronald L. Numbers (eds) Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths about Science and Religion (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2009), forthcoming

“Landscapes of knowledge” in Peter Meusburger, David N. Livingstone and Heike Jöns (eds) Geographies of Science (Dordrecht: Springer Science, 2009)

“Environmental determinism”, in John Agnew and David N. Livingstone (eds), The Sage Handbook of Geographical Knowledge (London: Sage, 2009) in press

“Science and place”, in Peter Harrison, Ronald Numbers and Michael Shank (eds), Wrestling with Nature: From Omens to Science, forthcoming

“Darwinian Landscapes” in Stephen Daniels (ed.), Geography and the Humanities (Association of American Geographers), forthcoming

“Which Science? Whose Religion?”, in John Hedley Brooke and Ronald L. Numbers (eds), Science and Religion Around the World (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), in press

Dictionary and Encyclopedia Entries

“Darwinism,” “Nature,” “Social Darwinism,” in R. J. Johnston et al., (eds), The dictionary of human geography (Oxford: Blackwell, 1986, second edition), pp. 94-95, 314-315, 434-435

“United Kingdom,” in Gary Dunbar (ed.), Modern Geography: An Encyclopedic Survey Garland Reference Library of Humanities, Vol 1197 (New York & London: Garland Publishing, 1991), pp. 184-187

“Darwinism,” “Environmental Determinism,” “Exploration,” “Geography: History of,” “Lamarck(ian)ism,” “Social Darwinism,” in R. J. Johnston et al., (eds), The dictionary of human geography (Oxford: Blackwell, 1993, third edition), pp. 119-121, 162-64, 179-83, 223-27, 312-14, 559-61

“Robert Dick”, “John Duns,” “John Fleming,” and “John Playfair,” in N. M. deS. Cameron et al (eds) Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology (Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1993), pp 242, 265, 325, 661

“Gray, Asa,” “Hitchcock, Edward,” “McCosh, James,” “Silliman, Benjamin,” in Donald M. Lewis (ed.), Dictionary of Evangelical Biography, 1730-1860 (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996), pp. 470, 558, 713, 1013.

“Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate,” in Keir B. Sterling (ed.), Biographical dictionary of North American environmentalists (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press), in press

“Geography and Natural Theology,” in Gregory A. Good (ed.), Sciences of the Earth: An Encyclopedia of Events, People, and Phenomena (New York: Garland Publishing, 1998), pp. 291-294

“Geography and Renaissance magic,” in Gregory A. Good (ed.), Sciences of the Earth: An Encyclopedia of Events, People, and Phenomena (New York: Garland Publishing, 1998), pp. 294-297

“Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate,” American National Biography (Oxford University Press, 1999), Vol 19, pp. 707-708

“John William Dawson,” in Dieter Betz, Don Browning, Bernd Janowski and Eberhard Jüngel (eds), Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart Vol. 2 (Tübingen: Redaktion, 1999)

“Darwinismus: I Naturwissenschaftlich,” in Dieter Betz, Don Browning, Bernd Janowski and Eberhard Jüngel (eds), Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart Vol. 2 (Tübingen: Redaktion, 1999)

“Darwinism,” “Environmental Determinism,” “Exploration,” “Geography: History of,” “Lamarck(ian)ism,” “Possibilism,” “Social Darwinism,” in R. J. Johnston et al., (eds), The dictionary of human geography (Oxford: Blackwell, 2000, fourth edition)

“Geography” in Gary Ferngren, et al. (ed.), The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia (New York: Garland Publishing, 2000), pp. 414-419

“Ecology and the environmental movement” in Gary Ferngren, et al (ed.), The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia (New York: Garland Publishing, 2000), pp. 429-434

“The origin and unity of the human race” in Gary Ferngren, et al. (ed.), The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia (New York: Garland Publishing, 2000), pp. 452-457

“Jedidiah Morse,” in Dieter Betz, Don Browning, Bernd Janowski and Eberhard Jüngel (eds), Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart Vol. 5 (Tübingen: Redaktion, 2002)

“Holdich, Sir Thomas Hungerford”, Bernard Lightman (ed), Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 2004)

“Climate”, “Darwinism”, “Geography, history of”, “Lamarck(ian)ism”, “Possibilism”, “Probabilism”, “Science (including science studies)”, “Scientific instruments”, “Scientific Revolution(s)’, Dictionary of Human Geography, new edition, in press

Other Shorter Publications

“Evolution versus religion?” Third Way, 4, 3 (1980): 16-17

“History and philosophy of geographical thought,” Area, 13 (1981): 70

“Reflections on a phenomenological approach,” Journal of Environmental Psychology, 3 (1983): 295-296 (with R. T. Harrison)

“History and philosophy of geographical thought,” Area, 15 (1983): 84-85

“A celebration of James Hutton's Theory of the Earth,” Area, 17 (1985): 78-79

Contributor: Reader's Digest guide to places of the world (London: Reader's Digest Association, 1987)

“The Darwinian diffusion: Darwin and Darwinism, divinity and design,” Christian Scholar's Review, 19 (1989): 186-199

“Evangelicals and the Darwinian controversies. A bibliographical introduction,” Intellectual History Newsletter 12 (1990): 27-32

“Does geography have a nature?” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 81 (1991): 334-37

“Lost in Space,” The Times Higher Education Supplement, No.1114 (11 March, 1994): 15

“A Commentary on Darwin,” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 46 (1994): 123-27

“Classics in human geography revisited: Commentary on David Lowenthal, 'Geography, Experience and Imagination: Towards a Geographical Epistemology',” Progress in Human Geography 18 (1994): 209-210

“Geographical traditions,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 20 (1995): 420-422

“Editorial: The geography of truth,” Society and Space, 13 (1995): 1-3 (with Nigel Thrift and Felix Driver)

“Conversing with my critics,” Scottish Geographical Magazine, 111 (1995): 197-98

“Science as a social practice” Books and Culture (January/February, 1996): 22-23

“Conversations in review: A Reply to Camerini and Heffernan”, Ecumene, 3 (1996): 358-360

“Machines and us” Books and Culture, (September/October, 1997), pp. 27-28

“Why we trust numbers more than people,” Books and Culture, (January/February, 1997), pp. 32-33

“I think, therefore I theorise,” The Times Higher Education Supplement, No. 1315, (16 January, 1998), p. 18

“Speaking volumes,” The Times Higher Education Supplement, No. 1338, (26 June, 1998)

“No More Disembodied Minds,” Books and Culture, (May/June, 1999), pp. 21-23

“Hallowed Ground,” Books and Culture, (May/June, 2000), pp. 36-39

“Science, Southern-Style,” Books and Culture, (September/October, 2000), pp. 14-15

“A geography of reading,” Books and Culture (January/February, 2002), pp. 37-38

“The life and death of Homo Œconomicus, “ Books and Culture, (May/June, 2003), pp. 32-35

“Mission Run Amok: From Savagery to Civilization …. And Back Again,” Books and Culture, (November/December, 2003), pp. 12-13

“Keeping Science in Site,” Historically Speaking 5, 3 (2004): 10-12

“A Mapping Mission,” Books and Culture (2005)

“On genesis myths, genetics myths, and the persistent dialogue between science and religion over human beginnings and identity”, Cover Interview on Adam’s Ancestors, Rorotoko, 6 February 2009, http://www.rorotoko.com/index.php/article/david_livingstone_book_interview_adam_ancestors/P0

“Adam’s Ancestors: An Interview with David N. Livingstone”, Historically Speaking (June 2009) in press

Reviews

Themes in geographic thought, edited by Milton E. Harvey and Brian P. Holly. Progress in Human Geography, 7 (1983): 290-292

Segmented worlds and self: Group life and individual consciousness, by Yi-Fu Tuan. Environment and Planning A, 16 (1984): 975-976

Darwinism and divinity: Essays on evolution and religious belief, edited by John Durant. British Journal for the History of Science, 19 (1986): 352-353

On geography and its history, by D. R. Stoddart. Progress in Human Geography, 11 (1987): 304-306

On human geography, by R. J. Johnston. Society and Space, 5 (1987): 493-94

Nineteenth century religious thought in the West, Volume III, edited by Ninian Smart, John Clayton, Steven Katz and Patrick Sherry. Fides et Historia, 19 (1987): 93-95

From Aristotle to Darwin and back again. A journey in final causality, species and evolution, by Etienne Gilson. Society and Space, 6 (1988): 106-107

From mineralogy to geology: the foundations of a science, 1650-1830, by Rachel Laudan. Journal of Historical Geography, 14 (1988): 443-445

Evolution: the Great Debate, by Vernon Blackmore and Andrew Page, BBC Radio Ulster, 19 May 1989

The Inventions of History: Essays on the Representation of the Past, by Stephen Bann. Journal of Historical Geography, 17 (1991): 490-492

The History of Cartography, Volume 1. Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient, and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean edited by J.B. Harley and David Woodward. Annals of Science, 48 (1991): 300-302

Science as a Process. An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science, by David L. Hull. Science and Belief, 3 (1991): 71-73

History, humanity, and evolution edited by James R. Moore, Perspectives, 6, 9 (1991): 22-23

Scientist of Empire. Sir Roderick Murchison, scientific exploration and Victorian imperialism, by Robert A. Stafford. Area, 24 (1992): 98-99

The politics of evolution. Morphology, medicine and reform in radical London, by Adrian Desmond, Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 45 (1993): 60-61

The Geography of Science, by Harold Dorn, Progress in Human Geography, 17 (1993): 568-69

The Savage Within: The Social History of British Anthropology, 1885-1945, by Henrika Kuklick, Journal of Historical Geography, 19 (1993): 481-82

The History of Cartography, Volume II, Book I. Cartography in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies, edited by J.B. Harley and David Woodward, Isis, 84 (1993): 777-778

Antarctica. Exploration, Perception and Metaphor, Paul Simpson-Housley, Area 26 (1994): 102

Mapping the Renaissance World. The Geographical Imagination in the Age of Discovery by Frank Lestringant, Progress in Human Geography 19 (1995): 569-571

The Evolution Controversy in America, by George E. Webb, Journal of American History, 82 (1995): 798-799

The History of Cartography. Volume 2, Book 2. Cartography in the Traditional East and Southeast Asian Societies edited by J.B. Harley and David Woodward, Isis, 86 (1995): 25-626

Scenes from deep time. Early pictorial representations of the prehistoric world, by Martin J.S. Rudwick, Ecumene, 3 (1996): 92-93

The Social Construction of Nature, edited by Stipe Grgas and Svend Erik Larsen, History of European Ideas, 22 (1996): 128-129

Geography and Imperialism, 1820-1940, edited by Morag Bell, Robin Butlin and Michael Heffernan, Scottish Geographical Magazine, 112 (1996): 62-63

Landscape, Natural Beauty and the Arts, edited by Salim Kemal and Ivan Gaskell, International Journal of Heritage Studies 2 (1996): 250-251

Nature’s Laboratory, edited by Roy MacLeod and Philip F. Rehbock, Social History of Medicine, 10 (1997): 173-174

Proceedings of the Seminar on Teaching the History of Cartography III. ‘Teaching Concepts in the History of Cartography’ held at the Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria, September 10, 1995. Edited by Ferjan Ormeling and Barend Köbben, Imago Mundi, 49 (1997): 164

Noah’s Flood: The Genesis Story in Western Thought, by Norman Cohn, Journal of Historical Geography 24 (1998): 228-229

Trading Territories: Mapping the Early Modern World, by Jerry Brotton, Imago Mundi, 50 (1998): 218-219

Wonders and the Order of Nature 1170-1750, by Lorraine Daston and Katherine Park, Ecumene, 7 (2000): 116-118

Geography and Disease: the history of an idea, by Frank Barrett, Medical History, 46 (2002): 442-443

George Perkins Marsh, Prophet of Conservation, by David Lowenthal, Social and Cultural Geography 3 (2002): 351-353

The Myth of the Noble Savage, by Ter Ellingson, Journal of Historical Geography 28 (2002), 622-23

A History of Reading, by Steven Roger Fischer, Social & Cultural Geography 6 (2005): 631-632

The Tropics and the Traveling Gaze: India, Landscape and Science, 1800-1856, by David Arnold, Progress in Human Geography, in press

Negotiating Darwin: The Vatican Confronts Evolution 1877-1902, by Mariano Artigas, Thomas F. Glick, and Rafael A. Martinez, Journal of Historical Geography, 34 (2008): 386-388

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