On 11 February 2010, James Moore, arguably the most influential of Darwin’s many biographers, gave a talk in Reading. He reflected on his many years of Darwin scholarship and explored the question ‘What Darwin means to me’. The meeting doubled as the inaugural meeting of Reading’s new, interdisciplinary, Darwin reading group.
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