- 2016 Mark McPeek, The Ecological Dynamics of Natural Selection: Traits and the Coevolution of Community Structure
- 2014 Trevor Price, Sensory Drive, Color, and Color Vision
- 2013 Dolph Schluter,Speciation, Ecological Opportunity, and Latitude
- 2012 Stevan Arnold,Phenotypic Evolution: The Ongoing Synthesis
- 2011 Robert Ricklefs Naturalists, Natural History, and the Nature of Biological Diversity
- 2010 Jonathan Losos Seeing the Forest for the Trees: The Limitations of Phylogenies in Comparative Biology
- 2009 Joel Kingsolver The Well‐Temperatured Biologist
- 2008 John N. Thompson The Coevolving Web of Life
- 2005 Joseph Travis Is It What We Know or Who We Know? Choice of Organism and Robustness of Inference in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
- 2003 Daniel Simberloff Community Ecology: Is It Time to Move On?
- 2001 James Thomson When Is It Mutualism?
- 1999 Peter Grant What Does It Mean to Be a Naturalist at the End of the Twentieth Century?
- 1997 Geerat J. Vermeij Inequality and the Directionality of History
- 1994 Douglas J. Futuyma Wherefore and Whither the Naturalist?
- 1969 G. Ledyard Stebbins The Natural History and Evolutionary Future of Mankind
- 1965 H. Bentley Glass The Naturalist-Changes in Outlook Over Three Centuries
- 1964 Albert Tyler The Biology and Chemistry of Fertilization
- 1963 R. Alexander Brink Genetic Repression in Multicellular Organisms
- 1960 L. C. Dunn Big and Little Populations: An Amateur's Excursion
- 1958 G. Evelyn Hutchinson Homage to Santa Rosalia or Why Are There So Many Kinds of Animals?
- 1952 Sewall Wright Modes of Selection
- 1945 Edmund W. Sinnott Substance or System: The Riddle of Morphogenesis
- 1941 W. W. Cort Human Factors in Parasite Ecology
- 1938 R. M. Yerkes The Life History and Personality of the Chimpanzee
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June 30, 2017
ASN Presidential Addresses
In looking up some things for #AmNat150 ( see http://amnat150.org/) I started assembling a list of presidential addresses in the journal.Not everyone gets around to writing up their addresses! When I realized that Hutchinson's Santa Rosalia was a presidential address, I thought it might be interesting to share all the ones I've found so far in the journal (some of them are a bit disguised).