Emanuel D. Rudolph's Studies in the History of North American Botany with an Appendix on the Relationship between Science and Religion
By Ronald L. Stuckey and William R. Burk, eds.
Publication Date: 10 October 2000
Copyright © 2000 Botanical Research Institute of Texas
Specifications: 7"×10" (pbk), 376 pp., 200+ b/w and color figs.
About the Book
This book, published as a memorial to Emanuel D. Rudolph, consists of 30 of his mostly unpublished papers on the history of North American Botany. This effort by editors Stuckey and Burk is an attempt to fulfill Rudolph’s anticipated work on the popularization of botany. Because of the diversity of topics presented here, this book may serve as a broad introduction or reference to North American botanical history. The book is supplemented with substantive introductions, 200 + photographic illustrations, tables, and numerous cited references. This diverse collection of papers and their introductions may represent the most comprehensive publication in the history of North American botany appearing during the 20th century.
About the Authors
Ronald L. Stuckey is Professor Emeritus of Botany at The Ohio State University, Columbus.
William R. Burk is Biology Librarian at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.