Episodes
Anthony Ossa-Richardson discusses, “The Pericardium of Truth: Thomas Browne and the Science of Error”. Ossa-Richardson is Faculty of English, School of Humanities at the University of Southampton. This lecture was part of the session titled, “The Ethics of Naturalism and the Science of Error”.
Published 01/23/15
Joanna Picciotto discusses, “Why Look at Animals?”. Picciotto is Associate Professor of Literature at Claremont McKenna College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “The Ethics of Naturalism and the Science of Error”.
Published 01/23/15
Seth Lobis discusses, “Fact and Fiction in Ralph Cudworth’s 'True Intellectual System of the Universe'”. Lobis is Associate Professor of Literature at Claremont McKenna College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Fact and Fiction”.
Published 01/23/15
Jessica Wolfe and Reid Barbour deliver the closing remarks to the “Truth and Error in Early Modern Science: Thomas Browne and His World" conference, held at the Huntington on January 22–23, 2016. Wolfe is Director of Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina. Barbour is Professor of English at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Published 01/23/15
Vera Keller discusses, “Errors and Non-Entities: Browne and Hartlib between Discourse and Catalog”. Keller is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Oregon Honors College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Fact and Fiction”.
Published 01/23/15
Kathryn Murphy discusses, “The Wilderness of Forms and the Difference of Things in Browne and His Contemporaries”. Murphy is Fellow And Tutor In English Literature at Oriel College, Oxford. This lecture was part of the session titled, “The Wilderness of Forms: Bacon and Browne”.
Published 01/23/15
Rhodri Lewis discusses, “Their Manner of Discourse? Scribal Culture, Civility, and the Early Royal Society”. Lewis is Professor of English Literature; Tutorial Fellow at St Hugh's College, Oxford. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Brown and the Royal Society”.
Published 01/22/15
Jessica Wolfe delivers the opening remarks to the “Truth and Error in Early Modern Science: Thomas Browne and His World" conference, held at the Huntington on January 22–23, 2016. Wolfe is Director of Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina.
Published 01/22/15
Steve Hindle welcomes participants and attendees to the “Truth and Error in Early Modern Science: Thomas Browne and His World" conference, held at the Huntington on January 22–23, 2016. Hindle is the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington.
Published 01/22/15
Renee Raphael discusses, “Reading Mines and Mining Texts: Reading and Observational Practice in the Writings of Edward and Thomas Browne and the Early Royal Society”. Raphael is Assistant Professor, History School of Humanities at the University of California, Irvine. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Brown and the Royal Society”.
Published 01/22/15
Jessica Wolfe discusses, “Browne and the Silent Text”. Wolfe is Director of Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Negative Knowledge”.
Published 01/22/15
Kevin Killeen discusses, “The Fleeting Shape of the Absent God: The Garden of Cyrus and the Apophatic”. Killeen is Senior Lecturer at the University of York. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Negative Knowledge”.
Published 01/22/15
Claire Preston discusses, “The Punctual Relations of 'Musaeum Clausum'”. Preston is Professor of Renaissance Literature in the Department of English, Queen Mary, University of London. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Language and ‘Characters’”.
Published 01/22/15
J.D. Fleming discusses, “Unreal Characters: Technology and Orality in the Seventeenth Century”. Fleming is Associate Professor of English at Simon Fraser University. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Language and ‘Characters’”.
Published 01/22/15