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2019

Newton's reception in the Low Countries

Jorink, H. G. M. & Zuidervaart, H. J., 27 Jun 2019, The reception of Isaac Newton in Europe. Pulte, H. & Mandelbrote, S. (eds.). Bloomsbury Publishing, Vol. 1. p. 59-99 41 p.

Research output: Chapter in book/volumeChapterScientificpeer-review

2018

Modus vivendi politicus: Nicolaus Steno and the Dutch (Spinoza, Swammerdam and other Friends) 1660-1664

Jorink, H. G. M., Feb 2018, Steno and the Philosophers. Andrault, R. & Lærke, M. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, p. 13-44 31 p. ( Brill's Studies in Intellectual History; vol. 276).

Research output: Chapter in book/volumeChapterScientificpeer-review

2017

Jacob Jehuda Leon, Adam Boreel en de Tempel van Salomo

Jorink, H. G. M., Nieuwland, I. J. J., van Gelder, E. & Rijks, M., 23 Sep 2017, 'Dingen die ergens toe dienen': Verhalen over materiele cultuur van wetenschap. Uitgeverij Verloren, p. 113-117 4 p.

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'The eye of the beholder. Insects, philosophy and the microscope'

Jorink, H. G. M., 2017, (Accepted/In press) New Cultures of Natural History. Cambridge University Press, 17 p.

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‘Between Rome and Amsterdam. Marseus van Schrieck and his artistic and scientific networks’

Jorink, H. G. M., Jun 2017, The Menagerie of Medusa – Otto Marseus van Schrieck and the Scholars. Seelig, G. (ed.). Münich, p. 83-97 14 p.

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‘The eye of the beholder. Insects, religion and the microscope’

Jorink, H. G. M., Dec 2017, (Accepted/In press) New Cultures of Natural History . Curry, H., Jardine, N. & Sparry, E. (eds.). cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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‘Zwischen Rom und Amsterdam. Otto Marseus van Schrieck und seine künsterlichen und wissenschaftlichen Netzwerke’

Jorink, H. G. M., Jun 2017, Die Menagerie der Medussa – Otto Marseus van Schrieck und die Gelehrten. Seelig, G. (ed.). Münich, p. 83-97 14 p.

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2014

'Snakes, Fungi and Insects. Otto Marseus van Schrieck, Johannes Swammerdam and the Theory of Spontaneous Generation'

Jorink, H. G. M., 2014, Zoology in Early Modern Culture: Intersections of Science, Theology, Philology, and Political and Religious Education. Enenkel, K. A. E. & Smith, P. J. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, p. 197-234 37 p. (Intersections. Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture; vol. 32).

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2013

De profeet en de boekhouder. Johannes Swammerdam, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek en de begindagen van de microscopie

Jorink, H. G. M., 2013, Fascinerend leven. Markante figuren en ideeën uit de geschiedenis van de biologie. Van Speybroeck, L. & Braeckman, J. (eds.). Gent: Academia Press, p. 179-208 29 p.

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2012

Epilogue: Isaac Vossius in Context

Jorink, H. G. M. & van Miert, D. K. W., 2012, Isaac Vossius (1618-1689) Between Science and Scholarship. van Jorink, H. G. M. & Miert, D. K. W. (eds.). Leiden and Boston: Brill, Vol. 214. p. 311-319 9 p. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History).

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'In the Twilight Zone. Isaac Vossius and the Scientific Communities in France, England and the Dutch Republic

Jorink, H. G. M., 2012, Isaac Vossus (1618-1689) between Science and Scholarship. van Jorink, H. G. M. & Miert, D. K. W. (eds.). Leiden and Boston: Brill, Vol. 214. p. 119-156 37 p. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History).

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'Introduction'

Jorink, H. G. M. & Maas, A., 2012, Newton and the Netherlands. How Isaac Newton was Fashioned in the Dutch Republic. Leiden: Leiden University Press, p. 7-12 5 p.

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Introduction. The Challenger: Isaac Vossius and the European World of Learning

Jorink, H. G. M. & van Miert, D. K. W., 2012, Isaac Vossius (1618-1689) Between Science and Scholarship. van Jorink, H. G. M. & Miert, D. K. W. (eds.). Leiden and Boston: Brill, Vol. 214. p. 1-13 13 p. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History).

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Sloane and the Dutch Connecttion

Jorink, H. G. M., 2012, From Books to Bezoars. Sir Hans Sloane and his Collections. Hunter, M., Walker, A. & MacGregor, A. (eds.). Londen: British Library Publishing, p. 57-70 13 p.

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''The Miracle of Our Time'. How Isaac Newton was Fashioned in the Netherlands'

Jorink, H. G. M. & Zuidervaart, H. J., 2012, Newton and the Netherlands. How Isaac Newton was Fashioned in the Dutch Republic. Jorink, H. G. M. & Maas, A. (eds.). Leiden: Leiden University Press, p. 13-66 53 p.

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2011

‘Noah’s Ark Restored (and Wrecked): Dutch Collectors, Natural History and the Problem of Biblical Exegesis’

Jorink, H. G. M., 2011, Silent Messengers. The Circulation of Material Objects of Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries. Berlijn: LIT Verlag, Vol. 2. p. 153-184 31 p. (Low Countries Studies on the Circulation of Knowledge).

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2009

'Honouring Sir Isaac, or, Exorcising the Ghost of Spinoza'

Jorink, H. G. M., 2009, Future Perspectives on Newton Scholarschip and the Newtonian Legacy in Eighteenth-Century Science and Philosophy.. Ducheyne, S. (ed.). Brussel: Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten (KVAB), p. 23-34 12 p.

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2008

'Comets in contex. Some thoughts on Bayle's Pensées diverses'

Jorink, H. G. M., 2008, Pierre Bayle (1647-1706, Le philosophe de Rotterdam: Philosophy, religion and reception. Selected papers of the tercentenary conference held at Rotterdam, 7-8 December 2006.. van Bunge, W. & Bots, H. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, Vol. 167. p. 51-68 17 p. (Brill's studies in intellectual history).

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2007

Between emblematics and the 'argument from design': the representation of insects in the Dutch Republic

Jorink, H. G. M., 2007, Early modern zoology. The construction of animals in science, literature and the visual arts. Smith, P. J. & Enenkel, K. A. E. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, p. 147-176 (Intersections. Yearbook for early modern studies).

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