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Greetings and introduction.
​Learn about the Scientiae workshop series.
The research questions.
​Overview of key terms in this field of studies.
Three case studies.
Interactive presentations by our speakers, who will accompany a short, pre-recorded video.
General discussion.
​Bring your input through the chat room.
End of the workshop.
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Scientiae presents an online workshop on:

GENDER AND MEDICAL

EPISTEMOLOGY IN THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD

June 4, 2020 17:00 (GMT+2, i.e. Rome)

 
SPEAKERS
Stefano Gulizia (organizer)
Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (click here to download opening remarks)
Alisha Rankin
Tufts University, History Department (click here to download her recorded contribution)
Elizabeth E. Yale
University of Iowa, Center for the Book (click here to download her recorded contribution)
Valentina Pugliano
MIT, Science, Technology and Society Program (click here to download her recorded contribution)
RESEARCH PAPERS
Katharine Park, 'Medicine and Magic: The Healing Arts', in Gender and Society in Renaissance Italy, ed. J.C. Brown and R.C. Davis (London 1998), pp. ​129-149. Click here to view.
Elaine Leong, 'Brewing Ale and Boiling Water in 1651', in The Structures of Practical Knowledge, ed. Matteo Valleriani (Berlin 2017), pp. 55-75. Click here to view.
A note on the illustrations:
1) The cabinet room of the 18th-century pharmacy Navarra-Bragliani, Ferrara; public domain.
2) Experiment with asbestos; Ferrante Imperato, Historia Naturale (Naples, 1672), p. 592; digital copy provided by Biblioteca Alessandrina, Rome.
3) Handwritten index to Gabriele Falloppio, Secreti diversi et miracolosi (Venice, 1572), digital copy marked as A: 142.2 Phys. provided by the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel.
 
 
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