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Professor Jim Moore

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Professor Jim Moore's research

Professor James Richard Moore (2010-10) Darwin’s progress and the problem of slavery, In Progress in Human Geography(34)

Professor James Richard Moore (2010-08) Darwin’s pitch to the Christian world: his transatlantic strategy, In Darwin in Communication: Reading Materials, International Conference on Darwin in China

Diane B. Paul and Professor James Richard Moore (2010-08) The Darwinian context: evolution and inheritance, Oxford University Press

Professor James Richard Moore (2010) Eloges: Ralph Colp, 1924–2008, In Isis 3(101), History of Science Society

Professor James Richard Moore (2010) Darwin communicates with the Christian world: his transatlantic strategy, In Filosofia e História da Biologia(5,)

Professor James Richard Moore (2010) Creationism, Cambridge University Press

Professor James Richard Moore (2010) Darwin, Charles Robert, Cambridge University Press

Professor James Richard Moore (2010) Evolution and Christianity, Cambridge University Press

Professor James Richard Moore (2009-07) Darwin's Cambridge [essay], Cambridge University Press

Adrian Desmond and Professor James Richard Moore (2009) Darwin's Sacred Cause: Race, Slavery And The Quest For Human Origins, Houghton Miffin Harcourt Publishing Company

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