Renaissance Science & Medicine aims to centralize online resources, news and information related to the history of scientific knowledge and practice in the long Renaissance (ca. 14th–17th centuries).
To this end, it aggregates the most recent posts from the academic blogosphere and Open Access networks, e.g., OpenEdition and Humanities Commons.
As a collaborative platform, it allows the members of the Renaissance Science and Medicine group on HCommons to share their own announcements about research activities and other relevant events.
- [New Book] Natural Things in Early Modern Worlds
- [New Book] The Interlopers: Early Stuart Projects and the Undisciplining of Knowledge
- [New Book] The Malleable Body: Surgeons, Artisans, and Amputees in Early Modern Germany
- [New Book] A Centaur in London: Reading and Observation in Early Modern Science
- [New Book] Pierre Gassendi: Humanism, Science, and the Birth of Modern Philosophy
- [New Book] Histories of Medicine and Healing in the Indian Ocean World, Volume 1: The Medieval and Early Modern Period
- [New Book] Teaching Philosophy in Early Modern Europe: Text and Image
- [New Book] Literatures of Alchemy in Medieval and Early Modern England
- [New Book] The Dynamics of Learning in Early Modern Italy: Arts and Medicine at the University of Bologna
- [New Book] From Lived Experience to the Written Word: Reconstructing Practical Knowledge in the Early Modern World
- [New Book] Birth Figures: Early Modern Prints and the Pregnant Body
- [New Book] Routledge Handbook on the Sciences in Islamicate Societies: Practices from the 2nd/8th to the 13th/19th Centuries