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History of Science

  • by Evan Carmouche
    https://harvardlibrarybulletin.org/contagion-project Scholarly commentaries on the history of disease, selected from digitized primary sources from Harvard University’s libraries and museums, with an introduction to the project written by Hannah Marcus and […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    https://www.makingandknowing.org/ The Making and Knowing Project is a research and pedagogical initiative in the Center for Science and Society at Columbia University that explores the intersections between artistic making and scientific knowing. […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    https://faculty.virginia.edu/Fiorani/NEH-Institute/essays/introduction/ This collection of essays emerged from the research projects that 24 NEH Scholars developed during the NEH Summer Institute “Leonardo da Vinci: Between Art and Science” (Florence, Italy, June–July […]
  • by Amanda Madden
    The Newton Project is dedicated to publishing in full an online edition of all of Sir Isaac Newton’s (1642–1727) printed and unprinted writings, including his notebooks and correspondence. The edition […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/ItalianAcademies/ The online interactive Database of Academies includes books published by Academies from 1525–1700 and people involved in Academies or in the publishing industry. It contains about 10,000 entries, in […]
  • by Amanda Madden
    The Hooke Folio Online is an edition of images and transcriptions of a long lost manuscript of the papers of Robert Hooke, returned to the archive of the Royal Society […]
  • by Amanda Madden
    A complete electronic edition with full-text transcription and facsimile images of all 25,000 folios of the correspondence of Samuel Hartlib (c1600-62), a great seventeenth-century ‘intelligencer’ and man of science.
  • by Angela Dressen
    Mapping the Republic of Letters Mapping the Republic of Letters explores scholarly networks from Erasmus to Benjamin Franklin using vizualization, timelines, and network analysis. The project’s datasets includes information on […]

Science

Medicine

  • by Evan Carmouche
    https://harvardlibrarybulletin.org/contagion-project Scholarly commentaries on the history of disease, selected from digitized primary sources from Harvard University’s libraries and museums, with an introduction to the project written by Hannah Marcus and […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    https://www.hsls.pitt.edu/history-of-medicine From the Health Sciences Library System at the University of Pittsburgh. Includes Medical Humanities Dissertations: a monthly listing of recent doctoral dissertations worldwide covering aspects of the medical humanities […]
  • by Evan Carmouche
    Secrets of Craft and Nature in Renaissance France. A Digital Critical Edition and English Translation of BnF Ms. Fr. 640 A production of the Making and Knowing Project, this edition […]
  • by Richard Freedman
    Database of Early Modern German Physicians’ Letters Started in 2009, the database now offers free online access to the records of about 45,000 letters written by or to learned physicians […]
  • by Richard Freedman
    Casebooks Project A digital edition of Simon Forman’s & Richard Napier’s medical records 1596–1634

Philosophy

  • by Brian Maxson
    http://www.prdl.org/ A select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.). Late medieval and patristic works […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/pico/ Texts, translations, and studies of De hominis dignitate.
  • by Angela Dressen
    Pico project Texts, translations, and studies of Pico della Mirandola’s De hominis dignitate.
  • by Evan Carmouche
    Robert Hooke’s Books An online source on the library of the 17th-century experimental philosopher and architect, Robert Hooke (1635–1703). The site is comprised of an extensive editors’ introduction and a […]
  • by Richard Freedman
    Database of Early Modern German Physicians’ Letters Started in 2009, the database now offers free online access to the records of about 45,000 letters written by or to learned physicians […]
  • by Brian Maxson
    http://www.cusanus-portal.de/ Cusanus-Portal offers a searchable full text version of the critical edition of the Opera omnia, links to translations of the texts, an encyclopedia on the life and work of […]