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That said, I just came home from McKay’s with over a dozen good books on evolution, the environment, and dogs for an old $14 credit buried in my wallet I’d forgotten about. Today, my happiness is partly got from books. (And from a hike at Burch Reserve, and a beer at Tailgate.)

September 3, 2018

A fond farewell to our summer course “Evolution in America,” certainly a rousing success by Henry Adams’ standards: “The chief wonder of [our] education is that it did not ruin everybody involved in it”… https://t.co/GYVjyOfrZh

August 10, 2018

Scopes Trial 2018-a commemorative slideshow #evolution #mtsu https://t.co/aONGgMGo4T via @SlideShare

July 24, 2018

@barrymon Also for my #mtsu Evolution in America course, on Jy 21!

June 13, 2018

“Evolution in America” coming to #MTSU https://t.co/JRn2q1u6YF

May 28, 2018

@rachelheldevans Bringing my “Evolution in America” students to the Scopes reenactment in July. What else is there to do in Dayton, besides the Monkey Town brewpub?

May 17, 2018

RT @rdfrs: It’s your turn Nashville! Tickets are now on sale to see evolutionary biologist @RichardDawkins & planetary scientist @CarolynPorco on Oct 30th! VIP tickets include a meet & greet with them as well. Click the card for tickets and more info!

April 28, 2018

To Oxford and the “vaster vistas which evolution has opened” https://t.co/JhNmyWdzX2

July 18, 2017

There’s much wisdom and humanity in Mo Gawdat’s “Solve for Happy,” despite serious misconceptions about evolution. https://t.co/OAVg0UPi8H

June 22, 2017

Utility and revolution

October 24, 2016