EMPHASIS (Early Modern Philosophy and the Scientific Imagination Seminar), 2005-06
Venue: Room ST273 (Stewart House), Institute of English Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E. Time: 2-4pm. Refreshments provided.
3 December 2005: Anke Timmermann (University of Cambridge) With rhyme and reason: the genre of alchemical poetry in the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries.
14 January 2006: Ian Maclean (All Soul’s College, Oxford): Medical uses of diagrams, 1480-1580.
4 February 2006: Benjamin Wardhaugh (Hertford College, Oxford): The idea of ‘harmonics’ 1600-1700.
Tom Dixon (University of Manchester): “Spirituall Musick”: Peter Sterry’s Model of Divine Harmony.
4 March 2006: Jacqueline Broad (Monash University, Australia), Margaret Cavendish and Joseph Glanvill: Reconstructing their Correspondence on Witchcraft.
22 April 2006: A.E.L. Davis (Imperial College), Kepler: the ultimate Aristotelian.
6 May 2006: Michael Hunter (Birkbeck, University of London) Bacon, Boyle and the early Royal Society: a question of mutual influence.
3 June 2006: Barbara Obrist (CNRS, Paris) “Nuda Natura” and the Alchemist in Jean Perréal’s Early Sixteenth Century Miniature.
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