David N LIVINGSTONE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1953-03-15
Education Queen's Univ Belfast (BA, DipEd, PhD)
Books & Publications Publications Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Culture of American Science (1987), Darwin's Forgotten Defenders (1987), The Behavioural Environment: Essays in Reflection, Application and Re-evaluation (ed with F W Boal, 1989), The Preadamite Theory and The Marriage of Science and Religion (1992), The Geographical Tradition: Episodes in the History of a Contested Enterprise (1992), What is Darwinism? And Other Writings on Science and Religion by Charles Hodge (ed with Mark A Noll, 1994), Human Geography: An Essential Anthology (ed with John Agnew and Alistair Rodgers, 1996), Them and Us? Attitudinal Variation among Belfast Churchgoers (with F W Boal and M Keane, 1997), Ulster-American Religion: Episodes in the History of a Cultural Connection (with R A Wells, 1999), Evangelicals and Science in Historical Perspective (ed with D G Hart and Mark A Noll, 1999), Geography and Enlightenment (ed with Charles Withers, 1999), Evolution, Scripture, and Science: Selected Writings of B B Warfield (ed with Mark A Noll, 2000), Science, Space and Hermeneutics (2001), Putting Science in its Place: Geographies of Scientific Knowledge (2003), Adam's Ancestors: Race, Religion and the Politics of Human Origins (2008), Geographies of Science (ed with Peter Meusburger and Heike Jans, 2010), Geographies of Nineteenth Century Science (ed with C W J Withers, 2011), Dealing with Darwin (2014); numerous book chapters and articles
Recreations N/A
Clubs N/A
Style Prof David Livingstone, OBE
Career research fell ESRC 1982-84; Queen's Univ Belfast: curator of maps 1984-89, reader Sch of Geosciences 1991-93 (lectr 1989-91), prof of geography and intellectual history (initially prof of geography) 1993-; visiting prof of geography and history of science Calvin Coll MI 1989-90, visiting prof of history Univ of Notre Dame IN 1995, visiting prof Regent Coll Vancouver 1997, 2000 and 2003, distinguished visiting prof of history and science Baylor Univ TX 2003-05, noted visiting scholar Univ of Br Columbia 1999; delivered numerous guest lectures at academic instns worldwide, organiser of confs; pres Geography Section BAAS 2005, vice-pres (research) RGS 2007-10; chair History and Philosophy of Geography Research Gp RGS (with IBG) 1995-98, co-fndr and jt sec Working Party on the History and Philosophy of Geography IBG 1981-84; memb: Ctee Study Gp on the History and Philosophy of Geography IBG 1984-94, Cmmn on the History of Geographical Thought Int Union of the History and Philosophy of Science and Int Geographical Union 1988-96, Nat Ctee for the History and Philosophy of Science Royal Irish Acad 1988-96, Nat Ctee for Geography Royal Irish Acad 1996-2003, Structures Review Ctee Br Acad 1997-98, Steering Ctee John Templeton Fndn Seminars on Science and Religion Univ of Oxford 1998-2001, Strategic Plan Ctee Royal Irish Acad 2000-02, Co-ordinating Ctee European Science Fndn Workshops on Science and Human Values 2000-03, Cncl Royal Irish Acad 2001-02, Cncl Br Soc for the History of Science 2009-; memb Editorial Bd: Annals of the Association of British Geographers 1990-93, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 1993-98, Ecumene 1993-99 (memb Advsy Bd 1999-), Isis 1995-97, The Cambridge History of Science CUP 1995-2002, Science and Christian Belief 1996-, Progress in Human Geography 1998-2002, History of Cartography Project Chicago Univ Press 2002-, Jl of Historical Geography 2003-; Charles Lyell lectr BAAS 1994-95, Admiral Black Award RGS 1997, Centenary Medal RSGS 1997, Templeton Fndn Lecture Series Award 1999, Br Acad Research Readership 1999-2001, Hettner Lectures Univ of Heidelberg 2001, Murrin Lectures Univ of Br Columbia 2002, Progress in Human Geography Lecture RGS-IBG Annual Conf 2005, Humboldt lectr UCLA 2007, Manley lectr Royal Holloway Univ of London 2007, Royal Irish Acad Gold Medal in Social Sciences 2008, Gunning lectr Univ of Edinburgh 2009, Gregory lectr Univ of Southampton 2010, Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship 2011-12 and 2013-15, Founder's Medal RGS 2011, Gifford Lectures 2014; convocation speaker Gordon Coll MA 2000, memb Ct Univ of Ulster (Br Acad rep) 1996-2000; Hon DLitt Univ of Aberdeen 2013; memb Academia Europaea 2002, corresponding memb Int Acad of the History of Science 2011; FBA 1995, MRIA 1998, FRSA 2001, AcSS 2002
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