Associate Professor, Program of Liberal Studies
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- Ph.D., University of London
- Time Period(s)
- Early Modern, Medieval
Areas of Specialization: Renaissance Science; History of Magic. Current Book Projects: A study of the optical papers of Thomas Harriot, and a translation of Pietro Pomponazzi's De incantationibus. Recently published monograph: Defending Hypatia: Ramus, Savile, and the Renaissance Rediscovery of Mathematical History. Recent articles include: "Pythagoras in Paris: Petrus Ramus Imagines the Prehistory of Mathematics," and "Chymicorum in morem:Refraction, matter theory and secrecy in the Harriot-Kepler correspondence."