- Title Pages
Chapter OneIntroduction: The Biological Perspective and the Problem of a Modern Nature
Chapter TwoBringing Life to Natural History
Chapter ThreeThe World in Miniature: Practical Natural History and the Zoo Movement
Chapter FourFrom Practice to Theory: Karl Möbius and the Lebensgemeinschaft
Chapter FiveThe “Living Community” in the Classroom
Chapter SixReforming the Natural History Museum, 1880–1900
Chapter SevenBiological Groups, Nature, and Culture in the Museum
Chapter EightFrom Biology to Ecology
Chapter NineMuseum Research and the Rise of Ecological Animal Geography
Chapter TenModern Nature
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- Modern Nature
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