Darwin in the library

You probably have too much to read about Darwin already, but as a Librarian I feel strangely obligated to burden you with still more reading material on this topic. So here are a few bits and pieces. I make no claims to its being at all comprehensive nor to having selected the best bits. It’s just there.
Some newspaper features and journal special issues:

Some resources from libraries:

  • Natural History Museum catalogue – search the world’s greatest natural history library for works about Darwin. Try searching for “charles darwin biography”

Some more articles and miscellanea:

About Frank Norman

I am a librarian in a biomedical research institute. I've been around a few years, long enough to know that exciting new things fall into the same familiar patterns. I'm interested in navigating a path for libraries as we move further from print to electronic resources to open research, and become more embedded in research workflows.
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