While other scholars--such as Gretchen Liu, in her well-known One Hundred Years of the National Museum (1987)--have investigated the history of the Raffles Museum and its successor institutions, this book is the most in-depth treatment of the natural history
collection to date.
Establishing the centrality of natural history
writing to Atlantic and North American literary cultures also means establishing the centrality of the Caribbean to the economic, discursive, and institutional practices of the period and to North America in particular.
UNESCO is supporting Pakistan Museum of Natural History
under the umbrella of PSF, to enhance the experience and knowledge for the visitors specially youth.
PMNH is offering training courses in animal and plant collection, preservation and curation so to enable the youth to understand natural history
in letter and spirit.
In Inventing the Indigenous: Local Knowledge and Natural History
in Early Modern Europe, Alix Cooper judiciously addresses this omission by exploring the reasons why Europeans sought to document the natural environment surrounding them and compile detailed lists of local flora, minerals, and topographical features in the wake of the Columbian voyages.
The American Museum of Natural History
in New York (AMNH) began hiring staff artists in 1885.
Ogilvie points to remarks made by Francis Bacon in the early years of the seventeenth century, when he discussed natural history
as a discipline in its own right, and takes this as an indication that something profound had changed in the preceding century that followed the work of humanists like Giorgio Valla some hundred years earlier.
Where: Natural History
Museum of Los Angeles, 900 Exposition Blvd.
The issue is clinically relevant because if there is a difference in their natural history
, then there might be a difference in the way each is treated.
I'm a pop artist using natural history
as my iconography," Alexis Rockman has said of himself (1).
Manuel Presti from Italy has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 for his image "Skychase" and ten-year-old Jesse Ritomen, from Finland was named Young Wildlife Photographer ofthe Year 2005 for his image "Inquisitive Jay," at a special viewing at the Natural History
Museum in London.
He conducted research in the fields of evolution, natural history
, endocrinology, and reproduction in the United States and Europe and participated in natural history
expeditions in Cuba and up the Orinoco River in South America.