Online Articles & Blog Posts by Others
Anon. 2011. Missing Wallace-Darwin letters search is on. Natural History Museum, London
Anon. 2013. Alfred Russel Wallace is brought out of Darwin's shadow. Natural History Museum, London
Anon. 2013. Alfred Russel Wallace's 19th Century letters go online. BBC News Wales
Dunning, H. 2014. Evolution pioneer’s illegible notebook brought back to life. Natural History Museum, London
Escobar, H. 2013. Alfred Russel Wallace, já ouviu falar? Estadão Blog [In Portuguese]
Ferard, E. 2013. Est-ce vraiment Darwin qui a inventé la théorie de Darwin? Gentside Découverte [In French]
Hilton, C. 2013. Connecting the scattered archipelago. Wellcome Library Blog.
Hooper, R. 2013. Wallace: Wonders of nature have been solace of my life. New Scientist. [Read HERE]
Kohli, A. 2013. Der vergessene Entdecker der Evolutionstheorie. Neue Zürcher Zeitung [Swiss newspaper in German]
Lanxon, N. 2013. Writings of natural selection co-discoverer Alfred Russel Wallace go online. Wired Magazine. [Read HERE]
Leonard, K. 2011. Search for Alfred Russel Wallace's 19th Century letters. BBC News Wales.
Lewis, J. 2013. 100 Years After Death, Evolution's Other Discoverer Gains Recognition. Livescience. [Read HERE]
Luciani, M. 2013. On line gli scritti di Alfred Russel Wallace. NetMassimo Blog [In Italian]
Poskett, J. 2013. Letters of Alfred Russel Wallace go online. Nature. [Read HERE]
van der Schoot, D. 2013. Lees nu de brieven van de man die altijd in Darwins schaduw stond. Volkskrant [Newspaper in Dutch]
Publications by Project Staff
Beccaloni, G. W. 2011. The Alfred Russel Wallace Correspondence Project Begins. Society for the History of Natural History Newsletter, 102: 14-16 [Download pdf HERE]
Beccaloni, G. & Catchpole, C. 2013. The Alfred Russel Wallace Correspondence Project and Wallace Letters Online. Newsletter of the History of Science Society, 42(4): 15-17 [Download pdf HERE]
Catchpole, C. 2013. Letters of a naturalist: the Wallace Correspondence Project. Evolve, 16: 28-43 [Download pdf HERE]
Blog Posts by Project Staff
Catchpole, C. 2013. Wallace Letters Online is officially launched!
Public Presentations by Project Staff
25 January 2013. George Beccaloni & Caroline Catchpole gave a public 'Nature Live' presentation at the Natural History Museum, London. [Watch a video HERE]
7 June 2013. Caroline Catchpole gave talk about the project at a conference 'Unremitting passion for the beauty and mystery of the natural world - Alfred Russel Wallace Centenary' organised by the Society for the History of Natural History & Linnean Society of London, UK. [Download the abstracts of the talks HERE. Also see THIS]
24 July 2013. George Beccaloni gave a talk at the Natural History Museum. London's 'Informatics Day' [Watch a video HERE]
17 October 2013. Caroline Catchpole gave a public 'Nature Live' presentation at the Natural History Museum, London.
23 October 2013. George Beccaloni gave talk about the project at a conference held at the Natural History Museum, London, UK: 'Alfred Russel Wallace and his Legacy' [To download a pdf of the conference programme click HERE]
25 June 2014. George Beccaloni gave talk in which he discussed the project at the 29th annual conference of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC) in Cardiff, Wales. [To download a pdf of the conference programme click HERE]
9 January 2015. George Beccaloni & Ruth Benny gave a public 'Nature Live' presentation about the WCP and the NHM's Wallace Family Archive at the Natural History Museum, London. This was recorded and the video was publically screened on the 14th February at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, as part of their event a "Valentine to Alfred Russel Wallace". To see the video click HERE.
28 April 2015. Ruth Benny gave a talk about the project at the Linnean Society of London's conference "From Cabinet to Internet: Digitising Natural History and Medical Manuscripts". Her talk was entitled "A Life in Letters: The Wallace Correspondence Project" and it is available as an online video HERE
Interview with Project Archivist Caroline Catchpole
Interview with Project Archivist Ruth Benny
Interview with project volunteer Rod Cooper
The Young Journalist Academy interview Caroline Catchpole