|Author:||Alison Bashford,Carolyn Strange|
|Publisher:||University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (November 1, 2008)|
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Biography is one of the most popular categories of books-and indeed the most popular category among nonfiction books, according to one British poll.
Biography is one of the most popular categories of books-and indeed the most popular category among nonfiction books, according to one British poll. Thus, biography offers historians of science an opportunity to reach a potentially broad audience. This essay examines approaches typical of different genres of scientific biography, including historians' motivations in their choices of biographical subject and their decisions about strategies for reconstruction of the biographical life.
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Griffith Taylor: Visionary, Environmentalist, Explorer (University of Toronto Press/National Library of Australia Press, 2008). Co-authored with Carolyn Strange. Global population : history, geopolitics, and life on earth (Columbia University Press, 2014). The New Worlds of Thomas Robert Malthus: Re-reading the Principle of Population (Princeton University Press, 2016), with Joyce E. Chaplin. Contagion: Historical and Cultural Studies (Routledge, 2001).
Griffith taylor: visionary, environmentalist, explorer. Carolyn Strange and Alison Bashford. Canberra: National Library of Australia. 283p, illustrated, soft cover.
Carolyn Strange, Alison Bashford. Thomas Griffith Taylor (1880-1963) was a geographer, anthropologist and world explorer.
Griffith Taylor: visionary environmentalist explorer. C Strange, A Bashford. Public pedagogy: Sex education and mass communication in the mid-twentieth century. A Bashford, C Strange. National Library Australia, 2008. Journal of the History of Sexuality 13 (1), 71-99, 2004.
Thomas Griffith Taylor (1880-1963) was a geographer, anthropologist, and world explorer. University of Toronto Press. Carolyn J. Strange, Alison Bashford. Thomas Griffith Taylor (1880-1963) was a geographer, anthropologist, and world explorer.
Thomas Griffith Taylor (1880-1963) was a geographer, anthropologist, and world explorer. His travels took him from Captain Scott's final expedition in Antarctica to every continent on earth, in a professional life that stretched from the Boer War to the Cold War. Taylor's research ranged from microscopic analysis of fossils to the "races of man," the geographic basis of global politics, while his work as a professor led him from his Cambridge education to the Universities of Chicago and Sydney, as well as Harold A. Innis' recently-founded geography department in the University of Toronto.
As a scientific secularist, Taylor made it his lifelong mission to enlighten the public on humankind's relation to the environment and was an early environmentalist. His progressive views on interracial marriage, as well as his criticisms of social Darwinist doctrines, anti-Semitism, and twentieth-century nationalism caused him to be constantly embroiled in controversy. Often dismissed by his contemporary political and intellectual opponents, many subsequent scientists and thinkers have come to regard his life as prophetic. This timely, beautifully produced, and copiously illustrated biography recounts and analyses the fascinating life of a remarkably contemporary man.