Florike Egmond’s Lecture at the University of Oxford

On Thursday 3 May from 3-5 pm, in the Colin Matthew Room, Faculty of History, George Street, Oxford, Florike Egmond of the Scaliger Institute at Leiden University will be presenting: “The Webs of Clusius and Gessner: Correspondence, Images, and Collecting in Sixteenth-Century Natural History”.

Her lecture is part of the seminar series sponsored by the Cultures of Knowledge Project at the University of Oxford.

Florike previously discussed her work on her rediscovery of the Gessner and Platter drawings on this blog here.

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