The Story of Evolution: Web Projects 1

These are the first web projects to emerge from The Story of Evolution and the Evolution of Stories, a course offered at Bryn Mawr College in Spring 2011. One month into the semester, students are thinking through some of the problems that have been raised in their minds by our discussion of biological evolution.

Take a look around, and feel warmly welcome to respond in the comment area available at the end of each paper. What strikes, intrigues, puzzles you...what, among your reactions, might be of interest or use to the writer, or others in the class, or others who--exploring the internet--might be in search of a thoughtful conversation about evolution and literature?

ajohnstonRhetorical Landscape In The Origin of Species
alexandrakgEvoLit: Paper 1, The Evolution of Education
AnnaPEducating Evolutionarily
ashleyJuxtaposing Religion & Science
bhealyTeaching Evolution: Devoid of Labels, Full of Inspiration
ckosarekOn the Argument of the Origin
cr88Evolution and Homosexuality
CremisiThe Weimaraner and the Wolf
cwalkerWebpaper #1: Stories of Evolution in the Classroom
DawnTeaching Evolution Evolutionarily
dfishervan"Passionate for What"
ellyTeaching Evolution: A brief look at how to teach the multiple stories of evolution
ems8140Life Story: Foundational or Non-Foundational
ewashburnOn the Origin of the Argument
GaviaEssential Character of Non-Life Evolution
hannahgiseleEvolution vs. Creationism in Education
hlehmanEvolution in the Classroom
hopeLamarck and Epigenetics
ib4walrusThe Gay Gene
jhercher The Validity of Certain Narratives: Scientific vs. Religious Stories
katlittrellSemantics of Foundation
kgrassSelective Observation
KTDoes Keeping the Less Fit Alive Help or Hurt Us?
LethologicaMind the Gap: Exploring the Rift between Science and Religion
LynnComprehending Evolution
mgz24Why teach opposing views?
mindyhuskinsDarwin's Big Problem
OrganizedKhaosThe How and Why of Our World
phyllobatesEvolution as Both a Process Over and a Theory Across Time
PoppyflowerIs the "Right" Way the Correct Way?
rachelrConservation efforts: backtracking along evolution, or still more randomness?
Sarah SchnellbacherThe Stagnation of Evolution through Standardization
skindeepconsciousness and evolution
tangerinesEvoLit Web Paper 1: How Should We Teach Evolution?
the.believerOne Story of Evolution
themwordOn the Political Language of Charles Darwin
Vivien ChenSurvival of the Selfless
vlopezThe Quest for Truth: Science & Religion

 

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