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Patricia Princehouse
Areas of Specialization:
                          
 Evolutionary Biology
              History & Philosophy of Science

        Hominoid Paleobiology; Artificial Life
Curriculum Vita  
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{under construction}
Education:

PhD Harvard University
MA   Yale University
BA    Kent State University
Publications & Manuscripts:

Books

Darwin’s Mutant Phoenix: Macroevolution in the Twentieth
         Century.
in prep.

Stephen Jay Gould’s View of Life. in prep,

Articles

“Punctuated Equilibria: What does it mean to be a Darwinian”
for
The Paleobiological Revolution, ed. Michael Ruse and David
Sepkoski, Univ of Chicago. (2008)
in press

“Jurassic Spark” for edited volume on cultural studies
     of science, Atwood Gaines, editor.  Univ CA Press,
       Berkeley.  In press


“Dolf’s Triangles: Seilacher’s Paleobiology from Hitler to
Baghdad to Yale” invited feature article for
Biological Theory, MIT Press, in prep

“Walter Alvarez” for Encyclopedia of Evolution, ed. Michael
Ruse, Harvard. in press

“‘With God all things are possible*’ (*except macroevolution)”
RT Pennock and S Spath (eds.)
Defending Evolution Education: A
Guidebook for Citizens for Science
. in press

“Evolution: The German Synthesis” in prep. for submission
                                                                           to
Isis
“Women in Archeology” review of Grit-Tempered ed. N.M.
White, L. P. Sullivan, and J.T. Marrinan.
Quarterly Review of
Biology
vol 77, no. 1 (2002) p. 46

“Witches, Werewolves and Whippets: Linnaeus' Cynographia in
cultural context” 50 pp. ms

“Ohio Overthrows Scopes Legacy”
Reports of the National Center
for Science Education
. Dec 2002

“Ohio Rides Again”
Reports of the National Center for Science
Education
. Jan 2004

“Entropy in Muffins” Reports of the National Center for Science
Education. Jan, 2006

1981-200
7 some 250 popular articles on dog breeding, training
and history. e.g. Brown, Robert, DVM and Patricia Princehouse.
"Health Problems" in: Paul Strang,
The New Complete Great
Pyrenees
, Simon & Schuster Macmillan. New York (1991)

Numerous letters to the editor & op-eds concerning creationism,
"intelligent-design", and evolution
Media Appearances:

Numerous media appearances concerning creationism and  
evolution, including interviews for/quotes in, among others:

Science
Nature
New York Times
London Guardian
Washington Post
National Review
Washington Times
Chicago Tribune
Detroit Free Press, Plain Dealer, Kansas City Star & other
regional papers
Wired
The Scientist
Numerous AP stories

ABCNEWS radio
National Public Radio
Mitch Albom Show
Air America
WCPN
various regional radio station interviews and call-in shows

TV:
Feagler & Friends
James Kennedy’s Coral Ridge Ministries
Newsnight Akron
various television news reports
References:

Stephen Jay Gould
[read letter]
I. Bernard Cohen    [read letter]

Richard C. Lewontin, Professor of Biology, MCZ
                                     Laboratories, Harvard University

Ronald L. Numbers, Hilldale and William Coleman
      Professor of the History of Science and Medicine,
                                 University of Wisconsin -Madison

Robert J. Richards, Professor of History, Philosophy,
       and Psychology, Director., Morris Fishbein Center
          for the History of Science & Medicine,
                                                         University of Chicago

Alan Rocke, Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History,
        Dept of History, Case Western Reserve University

Everett Mendelsohn, Professor, Department of the
                           History of Science, Harvard University

Jonathan Sadowsky, Dr. Theodore J. Castele Associate
     Professor of Medical History & Chair, Dept of
                     History,  Case Western Reserve University

James Edmonson, Director, Dittrick Medical History
                    Center, Case Western Reserve University

James Moore, Department of the History of Science,
                 Technology & Medicine, The Open University
                                                & Cambridge University
Courses Taught

ay 2005-2006:          
“Topics: Evolution and Anti-Evolution”    PHIL/HSTY 303/403
    College Scholars Pgm Junior Yr Sem (Physics; Film; Bioethics; Ethnic
Dance) ARSC 301/302
      “Evolution”    ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL/HSTY 225
   “Mammal Evolution”    ANAT/ANTH/ PHIL/BIOL/GEOL/HSTY 367/467
      “Darwin’s View of Life”    USNA 201

summer 2005:         “Natural Philosophy I”    PHIL/HSTY 203

ay 2004-2005:       “Evolution”    HSTY/ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL 225
     “Seminar in Evolutionary Biology”
ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/HSTY/PHIL394/494
     Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program Senior Capstone
Projects ARSC 397/398
     “Darwin’s View of Life” USNA 201

summer 2004:         “Natural Philosophy I”    PHIL/HSTY 203

ay 2003-2004:            “Philosophical Issues in Genetics”    PHIL 309/409
      “Evolution” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/ PHIL/HSTY 225
      “The Life of the Mind” USFS 100
Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program Senior Capstone Projects
ARSC 397/398
      “Darwin’s View of Life” USNA 201
     “Science as a Creative Human Enterprise” LIBX22

summer 2003:        “Natural Philosophy I”    PHIL/HSTY 203

ay 2002- 2003:         “Math and Society”       PHIL 198
      “Darwin’s View of Life” USNA 201
“Seminar in Evolutionary Biology” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL/HSTY 394/494
        “Evolution” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/ PHIL/HSTY 225
      “The Life of the Mind” USFS 100
Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program Senior Capstone Projects
ARSC 301/302

ay 2001-2002:         “Natural Philosophy II”     PHIL 204/HSTY 207“Seminar
in Evolutionary Biology” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/ PHIL/HSTY 394/494
      “Evolution” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL/HSTY 225
       “Natural Philosophy I” PHIL/HSTY 203
         “Philosophical Issues in Genetics” PHIL 309/409
     Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program (Topics: Leadership,
Film) ARSC 201/202

ay 2000-2001:                “Philosophical Issues in Genetics”     PHIL 309/409
“Seminar in Evolutionary Biology” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL/HSTY 394/494
     “Natural Philosophy II” PHIL 204/HSTY 207
     “Evolution” ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL/HSTY 225
     “Natural Philosophy I” PHIL/HSTY 203
     Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program  Junior Year Seminar
ARSC 201/202
   (Topics: Dance, Dreams, Undemocratic Practices in America, Game
Theory, Urban Africa)
     
ay 1999-2000:        
“Topics: Evolution, Creation, and Science”      PHIL303/403
     “Natural Philosophy II” PHIL 204/HSTY 207
     “Philosophical Issues in Genetics” PHIL 315/415
        “Natural Philosophy I” PHIL/HSTY 203
           “Topics: Feminist Philosophies of Science” PHIL 303/403
     Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program  Junior Year Seminar
ARSC 201/202          (Topics: Existentialism; Media/Advertising, Poetry &
Poetry Slam; Medical Ethics)

ay 1998-1999:          “Science in Western Thought II”     HSTY 202
          “History of Biology” HSTY394/494
         “Topics: Philosophical Issues in Genetics” PHIL 315/415
      Interdisciplinary College Scholars Program Junior Year Seminar
ARSC 201/202  (Topics: Images & Society; The Urban Experience, Brain &
Mind; Alternative Medicine)

spring, 1998:         “Topics: Darwin’s Revolution: Causation and
Controversy in Biology” PHIL 303/403

At Harvard University

1996:   “Humans, Horses & Hopeful Monsters: Macroevolution in the
Twentieth Century”  -Primary Instructor, History of Science Dept Junior
Seminar

“Was Walcott a Darwinian?”   Primary Instructor, History of Science Dept
Junior Tutorial

“The Woman Question in Nineteenth Century Botany”  History of
Science Junior Tutorial

     “Darwin, Freud, Einstein”  Teaching Assistant for Prof. Thomas Glick

     “Revolution in Science”  Teaching Fellow for Prof. I. Bernard Cohen

“The Darwinian Revolution”  Historical Study B-15 Section leader and
Teaching Fellow for  Prof. Everett Mendelsohn

“Evolution” Biology 17  Mini course instructor and Teaching Fellow. for
large lecture  course primarily for biology majors co taught by Profs
Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin.

1995:   “Deep Time: Metaphor & Measurement” Primary Instructor,
History of Science Junior Seminar

“Race & Gender in the History of Medicine”   Primary Instructor, History
Sci Junior Tutorial

     “Evolution” Biology 17  Mini course instructor and Teaching Asst.
for 2 sections of a large lecture course  primarily for biology majors co
taught by Richard Bambach and Richard Lewontin.

1994: “Evolution” Biology 17  Mini course instructor and Teaching Asst.
for 3 sections of a large lecture course primarily for biology majors co-
taught by Profs. S. J. Gould and Daniel Hartl.

1993: “History of Life” Science B-16  Mini course instructor and
Teaching Asst. for 2 sections of a large lecture course in science
primarily for non science majors taught by Stephen Jay Gould
Talks-Invited Lectures

“The War on Darwin” Dept of Biology, University of Evansville. Feb 21,
2006

“The War on Darwin” Dept of Biology, Baldwin Wallace College. Jan 26,
2006

“Do Genes Make Us Human? Genetic Technologies & Evolution”
Freshman Forum, Case Western Reserve University. Aug 26, 2005

“Darwin's Mutant Phoenix” Redpath Museum, McGill Unversity. April
22, 2005

“Macroevolution Below the Species Level and the Paradox of
University Science Education”  McGill Unversity. April 21, 2005

“Creationism Evolving” Dept of Biological Sciences, Oberlin College.
Feb 22, 2005

“Stealth Creationism’s Threat to Science Education” Center Evolution
Ed, McGill Univ Nov 25, 2004

“Stealth Creationism in Ohio” National Center for Science Education,
Sept 11, 2004 Berkeley, CA

“Stealth Creationism’s Threat to Science Education” Dept of Biology,
Univ of Akron. Sept 8, 2004

“Dinosaurs, Creationists, Stephen Jay Gould & other Objects of
Evolutionary Controversy” STS Program, The Pennsylvania State
University. May 18, 2004

“Eugenics from Galton to Cloning” Science, Technology & Society,
York University, Toronto, Ont.  March 4, 2004

“Darwin’s Mutant Phoenix” Dept of Science, Technology & Society,
York University, Toronto, Ont.  March 4, 2004

“Dinosaurs, Paleobiology and Punctuated Equilibria: The Importance of
Paleontology in Evolutionary Theory” Dept of Geological Sciences,
Case Western Reserve University. Feb 6,  2004

“Evolution and the Mystery of Consciousness: How can we know how
we know?” Share the Vision Forum, Case Western Reserve University.
Aug 19, 2003

“Of Dogs, Darwin, and Disney” Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities,
Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH April 3. 2003

“Darwin’s Mutant Phoenix” Dept. of Biology, Case Western Reserve
University, Cleveland,  January 16, 2003

“Mutant Phoenix: Macroevolution in the Twentieth Century”  Depts of
Biology, Geology, and  Philosophy, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,
OH. May 13, 2002.

“Do Genes Make Us Human? Philosophy, Genetic Technologies, and
Evolution” Freshman Forum, Case Western Reserve University. Aug
20, 2001

“The New Genetics: Medical Miracles vs Public Danger” Case Western
Reserve University Medical School Continuing Education Forum, June
1, 2001

“Jurassic Spark: Dinosaurs as Political Activists and Philosophical
Orators”  CWRU  Cultural Studies of Science Symposium, Baker-Nord
Center for the Humanities Feb 23, 2000

“Socrates, Frankenstein, and the Rights of Death” Intercultural
Dialogue Group 'Science and Culture'  series. Case Western Reserve
University, November 18, 1999

“Mutant Phoenix: Macroevolution in the Twentieth Century” Dept. of
History, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.  January 23,
1998.

“Animalcules, Genesis, and the Microscope”Dept. of Philosophy,
Boston College, Boston, MA. March 20, 1997

“Haraway, Primatology, and Feminist Objectivity” Life Sciences Working
Group Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.. April 25, 1994


-Public Outreach

“The Darwin War: Struggle for the Nature & Future of Science”
American Chemical Society,   Cleveland, OH, Oct 22, 2005

“The Creationism Controversy and the Nature of Science” Invited
Lecture. ACLU Cleveland, OH  July 9, 2004

“The Creationism Controversy” Americans United for Separation of
Church and State,  Washington, DC. Oct 29, 2004

“Evolution and the Nature of Science” Invited Lecture. Mason Public
Schools Teacher Education Program. Mason, OH. Oct 20, 2003

“Intelligent Design: Is it Really Science?” Invited Lecture. Lyndhurst
Public Library, Lyndhurst, OH American Association of University
Women. March 23, 2003

“Charles Darwin” Invited Lecture. Free Inquirers of Northern Ohio
Darwin Day Celebration, Independence Public Library, Independence,
OH. Feb 12, 2003

“Darwin vs. Design”  Invited Lecture. Geauga County Public Library
Free Speech Forum, Chesterland, OH. Oct 11, 2002

“Intelligent Design Creationism and Ohio’s Public Schools” Invited
Lecture Cleveland Jewish Secular Community. March 17, 2002

-Other Talks

“Fossils, Fins and the Fleeting Present” History of Science Society,  
November, 2005

“Haeckel, Goldschmidt, Gould: 100 Years of Contrarian Darwinians”
History of Science Society  Austin, TX. November 18, 2004

“Transforming Fossils” Fifth British-North American Joint Meeting of
the BSHS, CSHPS, and HSS, Halifax, NS, Canada. Aug 5, 2004

“Mutant Phoenix: Macroevolution from Germany to the US” History of
Science Society Vancouver, BC. November, 2000 (Session Organizer
for “Contested Darwinisms”)

“Holism and Reductionism in Twentieth-Century Evolutionary Biology"
Joint Atlantic Seminar in the History of Biology. Princeton University.
April 1, 2000

“Women in Science” Panel Discussion. Intercultural Dialogue Group
'Science and Culture' Dec 2, 1999

“Why Galileo?” April 24, 1999, Welcome address for ‘Galileo: A Student
Conference on the Philosophy, History, and Cultural Studies of
Science,’ Dept of Philosophy, CWRU, Cleveland, OH

“Maintaining Boundaries”  Panel Discussion (with Allan Brandt &
Stephanie Kenen), Sept., 1997,
Derek Bok Center for Teaching & Learning and Harvard Dept. of the
History of Science Teaching Retreat, Lyman Estate, Waltham, MA

“History of Natural History” Session chair and commentor, May, 1996,
FAUST (undergraduate history of science conference, Harvard
University.

“Witches, Werewolves and Whippets: Linnaeus’ Cynographia in
Cultural Context”  February, 1994, MEPHISTOS (natl. grad student
history of science conference), Cambridge, MA

“Homo erectus: A Lumper’s View” March, 1986, Central States
Anthropological Society, Chicago, IL