Joy Harvey -

Joy Harvey

Joy Harvey
Joy Dorothy Harvey

Alma materHarvard University

Joy Dorothy Harvey (born 1934) is an American historian of science.[1]


Harvey gained a PhD from Harvard University in 1983.[2] She has been an associate editor of the Darwin Correspondence Project, and written a biography of Clémence Royer, Darwin's first French translator.[3] She and Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie collaborated on the multi-volume Biographical Dictionary of Women in Science.[4]



  1. ^ Library of Congress Name Authority file
  2. ^ Harvey, Races specified, evolution transformed: the social context of scientific debates originating in the Societe d'anthropologie de Paris, 1859-1902. PhD, Harvard University, 1983.
  3. ^ Eve-Marie Engels; Thomas F. Glick (2008). The Reception of Charles Darwin in Europe . A&C Black. p. 20. ISBN 978-1-4411-6662-3.
  4. ^ Pnina G. Abir-Am, The Making of a Historian of Women in Science: Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie at 80! , History of Science Society Newsletter, January 2018.

Categories: 1934 births | Living people | American historians of science | Harvard University alumni

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