This paper focuses on the system of quarantine stations in the early modern Mediterranean.
The case study presented will challenge current views by presenting disturbing evidence of foreign London residents having to join English
In this lecture I will explore these questions on the basis of two specific examples: the discussion about the use
This paper argues how perspiration could undergo a drastic reconceptualisation in eighteenth-century medicine.
This paper argues how perspiration could undergo a drastic reconceptualisation in eighteenth-century medicine. Thanks to Santorio Santori’s famous studies with
Building on the approaches and findings of recent studies of early modern England, Germany and Spain, this lecture will compare the
In this lecture, we describe our newly published edition and commentary on Nottingham MS Pw V90: a manuscript collection of recipes and
Building on Prof. Kleinbub's research on Michelangelo’s investment in internal anatomical matters, this talk proposes that other artists of his
This lecture explains the rationale behind a new survey of history in the period, which relies on a wide range
In the first half of the 18th century, the concept of birth clinics emerged in Germany, where male obstetricians, so-called