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Some Thoughts on Curiously Drawn: The Origins of Science as a Visual Pursuit

Here are two thoughts occasioned for me by our recent excellent conference, Curiously Drawn: The Origins of Science as a Visual Pursuit: 1. Does the project title need further clarification and justification? During the final discussion, Martin Rudwick made the very important … Continue reading

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Protected: Some contrasting uses of engraved plates from the 1680s and 1690s.

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Research of Alexander Wragge-Morley

My work is about the ideals and practices of representation in early modern natural history, philosophy and theology. I am currently working on two projects: The first concerns the nature and uses of representation among some of the members of early … Continue reading

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