Darwin Correspondence Project
The Darwin Correpondence Project online has grown out of a now long established project to publish al of Darwin's correspondence. The print version is is currently up to Volume 16, 1868. The online version is, for contractual reasons, a few years behind this. The site includes a Calendar of all of the letters known to be in existence, as well as including special focus sections on such topics as "Darwin and Religion" including interviews with major scholars.
Darwin Online Project
Directed and Managed by Dr.John van Wyhe, the Darwin Online Project hosts scanned and fully searchable first editions of every one of Darwin's works, as well as contemporary reviews of them. It includes many photographs and other images of Darwin and from his works. Darwin Online will be an invaluable resource for Darwin scholars for generations to come.
Richard Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reason
Richard Dawkins website which includes all the latest on and from one of the famous evoltuionary theorists of our time.
Darwin Symposium at Stonybrook
In November, The Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook, New York will host a comprehensive symposia marking the 150th anniversary of the publication of "The Origin of Species". This NSF-sponsored symposium features outstanding speakers across the span of evolutionary biology, and is explicitly organized to foster interaction and discussion. We expect the proceedings of the symposium to stand as a summary of the extraordinary progress of our field to date, and to point the way to an equally exciting future. Contact: Douglas Futuyma email@example.com
Darwin Festival in Cambridge (July 2009)
A week-long celebration of Darwin's life and works at the University of Cambridge where Charles Darwin studied before his voyage on the Beagle.
Darwin 200, Austin College, (Sherman, Texas)
A series of lectures and events at one of the premier undergraduate liberal arts colleges in the South West of the Unitied States.
Darwin 2009 France: Deux anniversaires pour l’evolution
Celebrating Darwin At Yale Library
Charles Darwin After the Origin - Cornell University