Peer-reviewed journals

  1. James S. Santangelo, Ken A. Thompson, Beata J. Cohan, Jibran Syed, Rob W. Ness, Marc T. J. Johnson , 2020. Predicting the strength of urban-rural clines in a Mendelian polymorphism along a latitudinal gradient , Evolution Letters 4: 212-225.

  2. Luke W. Johnston, Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher, Joel Ostblom, Ahmed R. Hasan, James S. Santangelo, Lindsay Coome, Lina Tran, Elliott Sales de Andrade, and Sara Mahallati , 2019. A graduate student-led participatory live-coding quantitative methods course in R: Experiences on initiating, developing, and teaching , Journal of Open Source Education 2: 6-11.

  3. L. Ruth Rivkin, James S. Santangelo, Marina Alberti, Myla F. J. Aronson, Charlotte W. de Keyzer, Sarah E. Diamond, Marie-Josée Fortin, Lauren J. Frazee, Amanda J. Gorton, Andrew P. Hendry, Yang Liu, Jonathan B. Josos, J. Scott MacIvor, Ryan A. Martin, Mark J. McDonnell, Lindsay S. Miles, Jason Munshi-South, Robert W. Ness, Amy E. M. Newman, Mason R. Stothart, Panagiotis Theodorou, Ken A. Thompson, Brian C. Verrelli, Andrew Whitehead, Kristin M. Winchell, Marc T. J. Johnson , 2019. A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology , Evolutionary Applications 12: 384-398.

  4. James S. Santangelo, Ken A. Thompson, Marc T. J. Johnson , 2019. Herbivores and plant defenses affect selection on plant reproductive traits more strongly than pollinators , Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32: 4-18.

  5. James S. Santangelo, L. Ruth Rivkin, and Marc T. J. Johnson , 2018. The evolution of city life , Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285: 20181529.

  6. James S. Santangelo, Marc T. J. Johnson, and Rob W. Ness , 2018. Modern spandrels: the roles of genetic drift, gene flow and selection in the evolution of parallel clines , Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285: 20180230.

  7. Marc W. Cadotte, Stuart W. Livingstone, Simone-Louise E. Yasui, Russel Dinnage, Jin-Tian Li, Robin Marushia, James S. Santangelo, and Wensheng Shu , 2017. Explaining ecosystem multifunction with evolutionary models , Ecology 98: 3175-3187.

  8. James S. Santangelo, and Peter M. Kotanen , 2015. Non-systemic fungal endophytes increase survival but reduce tolerance to simulated herbivory in subarctic Festuca rubra , Ecosphere 7: e01260.

  9. James S. Santangelo, Nash E. Turley, and Marc T. J. Johnson , 2015. Fungal endophytes of Festuca rubra increase in frequency following long-term exclusion of rabbits , Botany 93: 223-241.

Book chapters

  1. James S. Santangelo, Lindsay M. Miles, Sophie, T. Breitbart, David Murray-Stoker, L. Ruth Rivkin, Marc T. J. Johnson, and Rob W. Ness , 2020. Urban environments as a framework to study parallel evolution , In: Urban Evolutionary Biology. Edited by: Marta Szulkin, Jason Munshi-South, and Anne Charmantier. pp. 389-410. Oxford University Press.


  1. James S. Santangelo, Carole Advenard, L. Ruth Rivkin, and Ken A. Thompson , . Multivariate phenotypic divergence along an urbanization gradient , bioRxiv. Posted: March 19, 2020.

Educational resources (not peer-reviewed)

  1. James S. Santangelo , . Data simulation and randomization tests , NEON Faculty Mentoring Network, QUBES Educational Resources.