Scholars Explore Science Before the Scientific Revolution


In a recent Bowdoin symposium on early-modern science, scholars from Bowdoin and elsewhere gave talks on alchemy, astronomy, botany, and the global crosscurrents that transmitted Islamic learning to Europe. Maggie Solberg, an assistant professor of English at Bowdoin, organized the symposium with help from faculty in Bowdoin’s Medieval and Early Modern Studies program. Read the story.

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