Over the past decade, Scientiae has produced edited volumes and special journal issues from its conferences. In addition, ties forged during the conferences have led to Scientiae-related output. Please find a non-comprehensive overview of these endeavours below. If you believe that a particular volume should be included in this overview, please get in touch with us via pertransibunt [at] gmail. com. We would also like to remind you of the AUP Scientiae Studies series!
Knowing Nature in Early Modern Europe, edited by David Beck (Pickering & Chatto, 2015)
Aspects of the Production and Circulation of Early Modern Scientiae, Nuncius Special Issue edited by Vittoria Feola (2016); see here for more details.
Knowing Demons, Knowing Spirits in the Early Modern Period, edited by Michelle D. Brock, Richard Raiswell, and David Winter (Palgrave, 2018)
Evidence in the Age of the New Sciences, edited by James A. T. Lancaster and Richard Raiswell (Springer, 2018)
Early Modern Universities and the Sciences, edited by Vittoria Feola (FrancoAngeli, 2020)
(forthcoming) Scientiae in the History of Medicine, edited by Fabrizio Baldassarri and Fabio Zampieri (L’Erma di Bretschneider, 2021)