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“Socio-political coordinates of early modern mechanics: a preliminary discussion”, in: Emergence and expansion of pre-classical mechanics, hg. v. Rivka Feldhay, et al., (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, 333), Dordrecht: Springer 2018, S. 55–78.

„Central European Polemics over Descartes: Johannes Placentinus and His Academic Opponents at Frankfurt on Oder (1653–1656)“, in: History of Universities 29,1 (2016).

„Medizinische und dämonologische Abhandlungen über den psychophysischen Dualismus im deutschen Cartesianismus des 17. Jahrhunderts“, in: Paragrana: Internationale Zeitschrift Historische Anthropologie, special issue Körperwissen: Wissen des Körpers 1 (2016), hg. v. A. Renger und C. Wulf.

gem. mit I. Tupikova, „Visual and Verbal Commentaries in the European Renaissance: Erasmus Reinhold’s Treatment of Classical Sources on Astronomy“, in: Philological Encounters (2016).

„Metaphysics Meets Urania: Daniel Cramer and the Foundations of Tychonic Astronomy“, in: Man and Cosmos from Copernicus to Kepler, hg. v. M. A. Granada (2016).

„Astronomical Poetry, Philology and Poetical Science in the Renaissance“, in: Early Modern Variations in Science, Arts and Literature, hg. v. A.-S. Tabarasi-Hoffmann, Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang 2016.

„Utilitas astronomiae in the Renaissance: The Rhetoric and Epistemology of Astronomy“, in: Practical Knowledge, hg. v. M. Valleriani, Boston: Springer 2016.

„Heliocentrism, Plurality of Worlds and Ethics: Anton Francesco Doni and Giordano Bruno“, in:Literature in the Age of Celestial Discovery: From Copernicus to Herschel, hg. v. J. A. Hayden, Palgrave 2016.

„Laukhards Dissertation über Giordano Bruno im Kontext der frühneuzeitlichen Bruno-Rezeption“, in: Friedrich Christian Laukhard (1757-1822). Schriftsteller, Radikalaufklärer und gelehrter Soldat, hg. v. G. Naschert, Berlin: Akademie Verlag 2016.

„The ‘Impiety’ of Kepler’s Shift from Mathematical Astronomy to Celestial Physics“, in: Annalen der PhysikThen & Now (2015), S. A71–A75.

„Institutionalized Metaphysics of Astronomy at Early-Modern Melanchthonian Universities,“ in: Wissen in Bewegung. Institution – Iteration – Transfer, hg. v. A. Traninger und E. Cancik-Kirschbaum (Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zu einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte, 1), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2015, S. 65–91.

„Riflessioni sul moto terrestre nel Rinascimento: tra filosofia naturale, meccanica e cosmologia“, in: Scienza e rappresentazione. Saggi in memoria di Pierre Souffrin, ed. by P. Caye and P. D. Napolitani, Firenze: Olschki 2015, S. 287–301 (im Druck).

Erasmian Philology and Mathematical Astronomy: Jakob Ziegler and the Humanist Recovery of Pliny’s Natural History, Book Two“, in: Erasmian Science: The Influence of Erasmus of Rotterdam on Early-Modern Science, special issue des Journal of Interdisciplinary History of Ideas 6,2 (2014), hg. v. P. D. Omodeo und E. Pasini.

„Polemiche astronomico-astrologiche nella Torino di Benedetti“, in: Galilaeana, Journal of Galilean Studies 11 (2014), S. 73–103;

Torino, 1593: Motivi dell’opposizione universitaria ai gesuiti nel contesto degli antagonismi europei del tempo“, in: Rivista di Storia dell’Università di Torino 3,1 (2014).

„La contingente geometria del cosmo nella Dotta ignoranza cusaniana: Cusano e Keplero a confronto“, in: Filosofia Arte Scienza in Cusano e Leibniz, hg. v. A. Dall’Igna und D. Roberi, Milano: Mimesis 2014, S. 215–226.

„Between Germany and Great Britain: Renaissance ‘Scientists’ at Reformed Universities and Courts“, in: Scientific cosmopolitanism and local cultures: religions, ideologies, societies; proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Athens, 1–3 november 2012, hg. v. G. Katsiampoura, Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation 2014, S. 298–303.

gem. mit I. Tupikova, „Post-Copernican Reception of Ptolemy: Erasmus Reinhold’s Commented Edition of the Almagest, Book One (Wittenberg, 1549)“, in: Journal for the History of Astronomy (2013), S. 235–256.

„Abraham von Franckenberg and Johannes Hevelius: The Brunian and the Galilean Spirits of Seventeenth-­Century Astronomy in Gdańsk“, in: Studia Copernicana XLIV, Johannes Hevelius and His World: Astronomer, Cartographer, Philosopher and Correspondent, hg. v. R. L. Kremer und J. Włodarczyk, Warsaw 2013, S. 39–60.

„Archimede e Aristarco nel Cinquecento“, in: Archimede. Arte e scienza dell’invenzione, hg. v. P. Galluzzi, Firenze: Giunti 2013, S. 156–159.