Alessandra Celati
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Alessandra Celati has recently concluded a Marie Curie Global Fellowship between Stanford University and the University of Verona, where she is currently research affiliate. Her research focuses on the relationship between medicine and heresy in sixteenth-century Italy, which she examines through an interdisciplinary approach, spanning from the history of ideas, history of medicine and religious history, and innovative historiographical approaches, methodologies, and digital humanities. She is currently working on a monograph on physicians and heresy in sixteenth century Italy, in particular on the heterodox Italian doctor Girolamo Donzellini. She has published in Early Science and Medicine and Rivista Storica Italiana. She is the founder and international coordinator of the research group DEaMoNs, Digital Early Modern Networks.

This volume collects essays dealing with the history of medicine in early modern Europe, and ranging from experiments and practices to the role of erudition in court-medicine, from the study of tarantism and plagues to the uses of drugs, from the collaborations and dissemination of medical knowledge to the epistemological classification of diseases...
Storia della Medicina, 04
2021, pp. 334
ISBN: 9788891320186
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Storia della Medicina, 04
2021, pp. 334
ISBN: 9788891320186
  •   Institutions

    Bound

    Format: Hardback
    € 140,00

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    Format: PDF
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