5. Book Reviews and Notices
AbstractReviews and Notices of Omodeo, Copernicus in the Cultural Debates of the Renaissance: Reception, Legacy, Transformation, Brill 2014; Gentilcore, Food and Health in Early Modern Europe: Diet, Medicine and Society, 1450-1800, Bloomsbury 2015; Whatmore, What is Intellectual History?, Polity 2016; Apel, Feverish Bodies, Enlightened Minds: Science and the Yellow Fever Controversy in the Early American Republic, Stanford UP 2016; Hill Collins and Bilge, Intersectionality, Polity 2016; Weeks, What is Sexual History?, Polity 2016.
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