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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”…

August 10, 2018

Scopes Trial 2018-a commemorative slideshow #evolution #mtsu 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

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”

July 18, 2017

There’s much wisdom and humanity in Mo Gawdat’s “Solve for Happy,” despite serious misconceptions about evolution.

June 22, 2017

Utility and revolution

October 24, 2016