Studies in the History of Knowledge
Rosalind Franklin.
Courtesy of Vittorio Luzzati.
Series editors

Klaas van Berkel, University of Groningen
Jeroen van Dongen, University of Amsterdam
Herman Paul, Leiden University

Geographical Scope
Chronological Scope
Antiquity to today
Advisory Board

Rens Bod, University of Amsterdam
Sven Dupré, Utrecht University and University of Amsterdam
Arjan van Dixhoorn, University College Roosevelt
Rina Knoeff, University of Groningen
Fabian Krämer, University of Munich
Julia Kursell, University of Amsterdam
Ad Maas, Museum Boerhaave
Johan Östling, Lund University
Suman Seth, Cornell University
Anita Traninger, FU Berlin

History of Knowledge, History of Science, History of the Humanities, Cultural Context, Interdisciplinary

Studies in the History of Knowledge

This book series publishes leading volumes that study the history of knowledge in its cultural context. It offers accounts that cut across disciplinary and geographical boundaries, while being sensitive to how institutional circumstances and different scales of time shape the making of knowledge.