EMPHASIS seminar in the history of Early Modern Philosophy and the History of Science 2023
This year there will be a mixture of in-person seminars and online zoom seminars. The in-person seminars will be held (with one exception) in room G35 [Ground Floor] in the University of London Senate House building in Bloomsbury (access via Malet Street or Russell Square). Online-only seminars are marked with an asterisk (*). Please register in advance if you wish to attend any of the seminars via the EMPHASIS webpage: https://ies.sas.ac.uk/seminar/emphasis
If you have any queries, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
[Please note that the postponed seminar by Xiaona Wang has now been cancelled.]
28 January 2023
Merlin Cox (Warburg Institute) “Marsilio Ficino and Theurgy”
18 February 2023
John Henderson (Birkbeck, University of London) “Imagining and experiencing the Great Pox in Renaissance Italy”.
11 March 2023 [room 243]
Alexander Wragge-Morley (Lancaster University) “Intersubjectivity and the Senses in the late 18th Century: The Case of Henry Moyes (1750-1807)”
15 April 2023*
Carla Rita Palmerino (Raboud University): “Borelli versus Gassendi on the nature of moving forces.”
13 May 2023*
Davide Martino (University of Cambridge) “Hydraulic philosophy in early modern European cities”.
3 June 2023
Kevin Killeen (University of York) “The Symphonic Unknowable: The Book of Job and Early Modern Science”.
1 July 2023
Peter J. Forshaw (University of Amsterdam) “Emblema, Symbola, Hieroglyphica in the Works of Michael Maier”.