2008 THOMAS HARRIOT SEMINAR, ST. JOHNS COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM, 18-20 DECEMBER 2008

Jennifer M. Rampling (HPS, University of Cambridge) ‘George Ripley and the Alchemy of Elizabethan England’.

Stephen Johnston (Museum of the History of Science, Oxford) ‘Thomas Digges and magnetism’

Stephen Clucas (Birkbeck, University of London) ‘Atomism, mechanism and chymistry in the natural philosophy of Walter Warner’

Professor Sir Arnold Wolfendale (Durham) ‘A near contemporary of Harriot; Galileo Galilei’

Jackie Stedall (University of Oxford) ‘Thomas Harriot’s “Magisteria magna”‘

Cesare Pastorino (Indiana University) ‘Francis Bacon and the mining entrepreneurs of the early Stuart period’

Muriel Seltman (London) ‘The significance of the Artis analyticae praxis’

Matthew Dimmock (University of Sussex) ‘William Percy and Islam’

Contact person: Dr Stephen Clucas, Editor, Intellectual History Review, Reader in Early Modern Intellectual History, Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HX. UK