Readership: Academics and students in a variety of disciplines in the natural and social sciences, reaching beyond the history of science to include biological sciences, philosophy, the history of ideas, and Victorian studies. Also of interest to the general reader interested in the history of science, evolution, and in Wallace's legacy.
Edited by Charles H. Smith, Professor of Library Public Services, Western Kentucky University, and George Beccaloni, Curator, Natural History Museum, London
"Very readable" - Jim Endersby, Sunday Telegraph
"A scholarly compendium of everything one could wish to know about Wallace." - Christopher Hudson, Daily Mail