Evolutionary Studies: Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum
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Co-Edited by David Sloan Wilson, Glenn Geher, Andrew Gallup, and Hadassah Head
Evolutionary Studies: Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum, in contract with Oxford University Press, is designed primarily to provide a broad, rich, and deep set of chapters that (a) explicate how evolutionary principles help elucidate content across varied academic areas (including both examples of how evolutionary principles have helped lead to new ideas and how the evolutionary approach has led to interdisciplinary scholarly endeavors) and (b) apply evolutionary principles to several real-world issues (such as education, mental health, etc.).
- May 15, 2016: One-page abstract of chapter, tentative title, and list of all authors
- July 24, 2016: First draft of chapter due to editors
- September 8, 2016: Suggested revisions/reviews are sent back to author
- December 15, 2016: Final draft due to editors
- APA Style
- American English
- 25-30 pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman or similar in 12-point font, including references
- All permissions for reuse of tables or figures should be sought after the first draft is submitted
Note that all materials (e.g., abstract for chapter, draft, etc.) should be submitted prior to the stated due dates to Hadassah Head <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Missing due dates or failing to follow the stated protocol may result in your work not being able to be included in the final product due to logistical reasons.
Note that this book is largely based on the international Evolutionary Studies (EvoS) Consortium that we have developed over the past decade – partly funded by the NSF – designed to advance evolutionary studies in higher education across both academic areas and institutions. See www.evostudies.org for more information.