2015

Review of Moran, “American Genesis” Isis [lynch2016a]

2015

“Some comments on ‘Social Media Trends in Medical History’” Medical History 59(1): 150-154. [lynch2015a]

Review of Ruse, “The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought” and Johnson, “Darwin: Portrait of a Genius” Reports of the National Center for Science Education [lynch 2015b]


2013


Review of Schwartz, “Darwin’s Disciple. George John Romanes, A Life in Letters” Reports of the National Center for Science Education. [lynch2013a]

Review of Russell, “Evolutionary History: Uniting History and Biology to Understand Life on Earth” Isis 104(2): 422-423. [lynch2013b]

2012

“Introduction to ‘Popularizing and Policing Darwinism: 1859 – 1900″ Science and Education 21(7); 935-936 [lynch2012a – introduction to a special issue of the journal that I guest-edited]

The State of State Science Standards 2012. Thomas B. Fordham Institute (with LS Lerner, U Goodenough, M Schwartz, R Schwartz & PR Gross) [lerner2012]

Commentary and Feedback on Draft 1 of the Next Generation Science Standards. Thomas B.. Fordham Institute (with PR Gross, LS Lerner, M. Schwartz, R Schwartz & WS Wilson) [gross2012]

2011

Review of Wiker & Witt, “A Meaningful World” Reports of the National Center for Science Education. [lynch2011b]

Review of Rupke, “Richard Owen. Biology Without Darwin” Isis 102(2): 374-375 [lynch2011a]

2010

Review of Wiker, “The Darwin Myth” Journal of the History of Biology 43: 609 – 611 [lynch2010]

Review of “The Voyage that Shook The World” Reports of the National Center for Science Education 30(6): 22 – 24 (with J Lippard) [lippard2010]

2009

Review of Livingstone, “Adam’s Ancestors: Race, Religion & The Politics of Human Origins.” British Journal for the History of Science. 42(3): 435 – 437 [lynch2009b]

Review of Silverton, “99% Ape: How Evolution Adds Up.” Journal of the History of Biology 42(3): 617 – 619 [lynch2009c]

“In Reply [to Richard Weikart and Steve Fuller]“ Isis 100(1): 115 – 116. [lynch2009d]

“Historians and Contemporary Anti-Evolutionism” Newsletter of the History of Science Society 38(4): 14 -16. [lynch2009a]

“Risk Factors Associated With Deformational Plagiocephaly” Pediatrics 124(6): e1126-33. (with J Joganic, T Littlefield & B Verrelli) [joganic2009]

“Preparing teachers to prepare students for post-secondary science: Thoughts from of a workshop about evolution in the classroom,” Journal of Effective Teaching 9(2): 68 – 79 (with CM Schrein, SK Brem, GE Marchant, K Schedler, MA Spencer, CJ Kazilek, and MG Coulombe) [schrein2009]

2008

“Does Science Education Need The History of Science?” Isis 99(2): 322 – 330 (with G Gooday). [gooday2008]

“Pithecophobes of the World, Unite!” in R. Cartwright (ed.) The Open Laboratory: The Best Writing on Science Blogs 2007, Chapel Hill, NC: Lulu, pp. 268 – 280. [lynch2008b]

Review of Smith & Arnott, “The Genius of Erasmus Darwin” Journal of the History of Biology 41(4): 766 – 768. [lynch2008a]

2007

“Darwin, Marx and Bad Scholarship” in B. Zikovic (ed.) The Open Laboratory: The Best Writing on Science Blogs 2006, Chapel Hill, NC: Lulu, pp. 245 – 248. [lynch2007d]

“Medawar, Peter Brian ” in N. Koertge (ed.) The New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Vol 5: 85-90. New York: Gale [lynch2007b]

“Scientists, Unbelief among” in T. Flynn (ed.) New Encyclopedia of Unbelief. New York: Prometheus Books (with M Young). [young2007]

“Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich” in T. Flynn (ed.) New Encyclopedia of Unbelief. New York: Prometheus Books. [lynch2007a]

2006

“Introduction” in Arthur Conan Doyle The Coming of the Fairies, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press / Bison Books, pp v – xxii. [lynch2006a]

“‘Scriptural Geology’, Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation and Contested Authority in Nineteenth-Century British Science” in D. Clifford et al. (eds.) Repositioning Victorian Sciences: Shifting Centres in Nineteenth-Century Scientific Thinking, London: Anthem Press, pp. 131 – 141 [lynch2006b]

2005

“Medawar, Peter Brian” in S. Brown (ed.) The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 673 – 674. [lynch2005d]

“Pirie, Norman Wingate” in S. Brown (ed.) The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 783 – 784. [lynch2005d]

“Sherrington, Charles Scott” in S. Brown (ed.) The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 948 – 949. [lynch2005d]

“Thompson, D’Arcy Wentworth” in S. Brown (ed.) The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 1042 -1043. [lynch2005d]

Review of Ruse “The Evolution-Creation Struggle” Nature Cell Biology 7(12): 1050. [lynch2005b]

Review of Stoczkowski “Explaining Human Origins: Myth, Imagination and Conjecture” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 127(4): 494 – 495. [lynch2005c]

“Diagnostic Differences in Mandibular P4 Shape Between Neandertals and Anatomically Modern Humans.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 126: 268 – 277. (with SE Bailey) [bailey2005]

“Variation in early hominin temporal bone morphology and its implications for species diversity.” Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, (with CA Lockwood and WH Kimbel) [lockwood2005]

Review of Dean & Wood “A Digital Radiographic Atlas of Great Apes Skull and Dentition” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128(4): 915 [lynch2005a]

2004

“Morphometrics and hominid phylogeny: support for a chimp-human clade and differentiation among great ape subspecies.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA) 101(13): 4356-4360 (with C Lockwood and W Kimbel) [lockwood2004]

“Chambers, Robert” in B. Lightman (ed.) The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century British Scientists. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 404 – 409. [lynch2004a]

“Mivart, St. George Jackson” in B. Lightman (ed.) The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century British Scientists. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 1411 – 1415. [lynch2004a]

Review of Forsdyke “The Origin of Species Revisited” Journal of the History of Biology 37: 211-212. [lynch2004b]

2003

“Introduction” in J.M. Lynch (ed.), Agassiz on Evolution; Vol 1, Essay on Classification, Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2003a]

“Biological Sciences, History of” in David Loades (ed) The Readers Guide to British History. London: Fitzroy-Dearborn. [lynch2003b]

2002

“Quantifying temporal bone morphology of great apes and humans: an approach using geometric morphometrics” Journal of Anatomy 201: 447-464 (with CA Lockwood and WH Kimbel) [lockwood2002]

“Sedgwick, Adam” in The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 992 – 995. [lynch2002a]

“Chambers, Robert” in The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century British Philosophers. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 237 – 241 [lynch2002a]

“Introduction” in J.M. Lynch (ed.), Creationism and Scriptural Geology, Bristol: Thoemmes Press. (2002) [lynch2002b]

Review of Bowler “Reconciling Science and Religion” and Brooke et al, “Science in Theistic Contexts”. Journal of the History of Biology 35:

2001

“Use of geometric morphometrics to differentiate Gila (Cyprinidae) within the Upper Colorado River Basin.” Copeia 2001(2): 389-400. (with ME Douglas, MR Douglas and DM McElroy) [douglas2001]

“Introduction” in J.M. Lynch (ed.), Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection, British Responses, 1859-1871, Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2001a]

Review of Ferngren, “The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia” Journal of the History of Biology 34: 225 – 226.

Review of Alter, “Darwinism and the Linguistic Image: Language, Race and Theology in the Nineteenth Century” Isis 92(1): 97.

2000

“A morphometric comparison of the skulls of fossil British and extant European beavers, Castor fiber” Scottish Natural Heritage Review 127: 1 – 31. (with AC Kitchener) [kitchener2000]

“Things must keep their proper places: Adam Sedgwick reponds to Vestiges” in Adam Sedgwick, A Discourse on the Studies of the University. (5th edition, J.M. Lynch, ed.) Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2000a]

“Introduction” in J.M. Lynch (ed.), Vestiges and the Debate Before Darwin. Volume I: Selected Periodical Reviews, 1844-54. Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2000b]

“Seeking a another audience” in William Whewell, Indications of the Creator (2nd edition, J.M. Lynch, ed.) Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2000c]

“The Battle of Evidences: the fossil record speaks” in Hugh Miller, Footprints of the Creator. (J.M. Lynch, ed.) Bristol: Thoemmes Press. [lynch2000d]

Review of Gould, “Rocks of Ages” and Conkin, “When All the Gods Trembled” Journal of the History of Biology 33(3): 420 – 422.

1999

Review of Hayward, “The Creation/Evolution Controversy: An Annotated Bibliography” and Smout, “The Creation/Evolution Controversy: A Battle for Cultural Power” Journal of the History of Biology 32(3): 573 – 575. [lynch1999]

1997

“Craniometric variation in the Eurasian badger (Meles meles L.).” Journal of Zoology, London. 242: 31-44. ( with R Whelan, AI Il Fituri & TJ Hayden) [lynch1997]

“Peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) in Irish quarries: current status and factors influencing occupancy.” Bird Study (with NA Moore, PF Kelly & FA Lang) [moore1997]

1996

“Geometric morphometrics in primatology: craniofacial variation in Homo sapiens and Pan troglodytes.” Folia Primatologica 67:15-39. (with CG Wood & S Luboga) [lynch1996a]

“Postglacial colonisation of Ireland by mustelids, with particular reference to the badger (Meles meles).” Journal of Biogeography 23: 179-185. [lynch1996b]

“Sexual dimorphism in cranial size and shape among red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from north-east Ireland.” Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 96B(1): 21-26. [lynch1996c]

“Sexual dimorphism in the craniofacial skeleton of modern humans.” pp 407-414 in Marcus, L.F.; Corti, M.; Loy, A.; Slice, D. and Naylor, G.J.P. (eds.) Advances in Morphometrics. Plenum Press, New York. (with CG Wood)

“Variation in cranial form and sexual dimorphism among five European populations of the otter Lutra lutra (L.).” Journal of Zoology, London 238: 81-96. (with JWH Conroy, AC Kitchener, D Jefferies & TJ Hayden) [lynch1996d]

1995

“Genetic influences on cranial form: variation among ranch and feral American mink Mustela vison (Mammalia: Mustelidae).”Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55: 293-307. (with TJ Hayden) [lynch1995a]

“Conservation implications of hybridisation between mustelids and their domesticated counterparts: the example of polecats (Mustela putorius) and feral ferrets (M. p. furo) in Britain.” Small Carnivore Conservation 13: 17-18. [lynch1995b]

1994

“Changes in the skull morphology of the Arctic wolf, Canis lupus arctos, during the twentieth century.” Journal of Zoology, London 233: 19-36. (with J Clutton-Brock & AC Kitchener) [cluttonbrock1994]

“Antler growth and morphology in a feral sika deer (Cervus nippon) population in Killarney, Ireland.” Journal of Zoology, London 232: 21-35. (with G O’Corry-Crowe & TJ Hayden) [hayden1994]

“Morphometric variation in the badger (Meles meles): clinal variation in cranial size and shape across Eurasia.” Small Carnivore Conservation 10: 6-7. [lynch1994]

1993

“Multivariate morphometrics and the biogeography of Irish mustelids.” pp 25-34 in Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S. (eds.) Irish Biogeography: Past, Present and Future. Irish Biogeographical Society, Dublin. (with TJ Hayden) [superseded by lynch1996b]

“Morphometric and genetic variation among badger populations.” pp 94-107 in Hayden, T.J. (ed.) The Badger. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. (with G O’Corry-Crowe, CL Cheeseman, S Harris, EJ Duke & TJ Hayden) [lynch1993a]

“Cranial form and sexual dimorphism in the Irish otter (Lutra lutra L.).” Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 93B: 97-105. (with WM O’ Sullivan) [lynch1993b]

“Morphological and genetic discriminants of European wildcats, Felis silvestris, in Great Britain.” Council of Europe Environmental Encounters Series 16: 72-74. (with AC Kitchener & S McOrist)

“A summary of ongoing research into morphometric variation among mustelids.” Small Carnivore Conservation 8: 16-17. [lynch1993c]

1992

“A case of twin fetuses in a sika hind (Cervus nippon) from County Wicklow, Ireland.” Deer 8: 437-439. (with T Clinton, TJ Hayden & P Murphy) [clinton1992]