- 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
- 1936 C. E. Allen Haploid and Diploid Generations
- 1912 Edwin G. Conklin Problems of Evolution and Present Methods of Attacking Them
- 1895 Edward D. Cope The Formulation of the Natural Sciences
Thoughts and comments about The American Naturalist, the journal of the American Society of Naturalists
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).
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