- phd supervision
- Brown Dog
- Bryan's Last Message
- Crystal Palace dinosaurs
- Darwin's Expressions
- Darwin in London
- Descended from Darwin
- Euston Grove
- Evolution: A Journal of Nature
- Exploring the Borderlands
- Fitzroy in Norwood
- Robert Grant Lecture
- No Ordinary Space
- About 22 Gordon Sq
- Huxley's quote: "how stupid"
- Jokes in science
- Where is Piltdown?
- Sloan interviews
- film nights
Head of Department, and
Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology
Prof Cain's research interests include the history of evolutionary studies (especially the synthesis period in evolutionary studies), Darwin and Darwinism, history of science in London, and history of natural history.
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Wallis's Guides. 1813-1841
Euston Grove as seen in successive editions of Wallis's Guide for Strangers through London
Wallis's Guide for Strangers was the A to Z of its day - a essential tool for visitors to the metropolis. Successive editions track the growth of many parts of the city, including the area north of Euston Square.
Wallis's Guide for Strangers Through London and Westminster (1813).
Wallis's Guide for Strangers, Through London, and Its Environs (1821).
Wallis's Guide for Strangers Through London (1826).
Wallis's Guide for Strangers Through London (1841).
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