Selected publications

Article

Endersby, Jim (2016) Deceived by orchids: sex, science, fiction and Darwin. British Journal for the History of Science, 49 (2). pp. 205-229. ISSN 0007-0874

Endersby, Jim (2013) Mutant utopias: evening primroses and imagined futures in early twentieth-century America. Isis, 104 (3). pp. 471-503. ISSN 0021-1753

Endersby, Jim (2011) A life more ordinary: the dull life but interesting times of Joseph Dalton Hooker. Journal of the History of Biology, 44 (4). pp. 611-631. ISSN 0022-5010

Endersby, Jim (2009) Lumpers and splitters: Darwin, Hooker, and the search for order. Science, 326 (5959). pp. 1496-1499. ISSN 0036-8075

Endersby, Jim (2009) Sympathetic science: Charles Darwin, Joseph Hooker and the passions of Victorian naturalists. Victorian Studies, 51 (2). pp. 299-320. ISSN 0042-5222

Endersby, Jim (2009) ‘The vagaries of a Rafinesque’: imagining and classifying American nature. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 40 (3). pp. 168-178. ISSN 1369-8486

Endersby, Jim (2008) Joseph Hooker: a philosophical botanist. Journal of Biosciences, 33 (2). pp. 163-169. ISSN 0250-5991

Endersby, Jim (2001) 'From having no herbarium.' Local knowledge versus metropolitan expertise: Joseph Hooker's Australasian correspondence with William Colenso and Ronald Gunn. Pacific Science, 55 (4). pp. 343-358. ISSN 0030-8870

Endersby, Jim (2001) ‘The realm of hard evidence’: novelty, persuasion and collaboration in botanical cladistics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 32 (2). pp. 343-360. ISSN 1369-8486

Endersby, Jim (2000) A garden enclosed: botanical barter in Sydney, 1818–39. British Journal of the History of Science, 33 (3). pp. 313-334. ISSN 0007-0874

Endersby, Jim (1997) The evolving museum. Public Understanding of Science, 6 (2). pp. 185-206. ISSN 0963-6625

Book

Endersby, Jim (2016) Orchid: a cultural history. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 9780226376325

Griggs, Pat and Endersby, Jim (2011) Joseph Hooker: botanical trailblazer. Kew Publishing, Richmond. ISBN 9781842464694

Endersby, Jim (2009) Una historia de la biología según el conejillo de Indias: Las plantas y los animales que nos han enseñado a entender la vida. Editorial Ariel. ISBN 9788434488144

Endersby, Jim (2008) Imperial nature: Joseph Hooker and the practices of Victorian science. University of Chicage Press. ISBN 9780226207919

Endersby, Jim (2001) A guinea pig's history of biology: the plants and animals who taught us the facts of life. Arrow. ISBN 9780099471240

Book Section

Endersby, Jim (2014) Odd man out: was Joseph Hooker an evolutionary naturalist? In: Dawson, Gowan and Lightman, Bernard (eds.) Victorian Scientific Naturalism: Community, Identity, Continuity. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 157-188. ISBN 9780226109503

Endersby, Jim (2009) Darwin on generation, pangenesis and sexual selection. In: Hodge, Jonathan and Radick, Gregory (eds.) Cambridge companion to Darwin. Cambridge companions to philosophy . Cambridge University Press, pp. 69-91. ISBN 9780521777308

Endersby, Jim (2009) A Gunn and two Hookers: friendships that shaped science. In: McCalman, Iain and Erskine, Nigel (eds.) In the wake of the "Beagle": science in the southern oceans from the age of Darwin. UNSW Press, pp. 74-87. ISBN 9781921410949

Endersby, Jim (2005) Classifying sciences: Systematics and status in mid-Victorian natural history. In: Daunton, Martin (ed.) The organisation of knowledge in Victorian Britain. British Academy centenary monographs . Oxford University Press, pp. 61-85. ISBN 9780197263266

Edited Book

Griggs, Pat and Endersby, Jim (2012) Joseph Hooker : Botanical Trailblazer. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK. ISBN 9781842464694

Endersby, Jim, ed. (2009) Charles Darwin: On the Origin of Species. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; New York. ISBN 9780521867092

Endersby, Dr Jim, ed. (2009) On the Origin of Species. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521867092