Pamela H. Smith, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Pomona College, Claremont


Art, Commerce and Science: The Representation and Understanding of Material Things in Early Modern Europe

Tuesday Colloquium , 21.03.1995

The House that Sylvius Build: Painting, the New Philosophy, and Modernity in Seventeenth Century Leiden, or, the Ivory Lathe in the Attic

Publications from the Fellows' Library

Smith, Pamela H. ( 2008)
Collecting nature and art: artisans and knowledge in the Kunstkammer

Smith, Pamela H. ( Chicago, Ill. [u.a.], 2007)
Making knowledge in early modern Europe : practices, objects, and texts, 1400 - 1800

Smith, Pamela H. ( Chicago, Ill. [u.a.], 2004)
The body of the artisan : art and experience in the scientific revolution

Smith, Pamela H. ( 2002)
Splendor in the grass: the powers of nature and art in the age of Dürer

Smith, Pamela H. ( New York, NY [u.a.], 2002)
Merchants & marvels : commerce, science and art in early modern Europe ; [this volume of essays began life in two conferences: a session held at the 1997 History of Science Society meeting in San Diego, and a 1999 workshop at the Clark Library, Los Angeles] Merchants and marvels

Smith, Pamela H. ( Princeton, NJ [u.a.], 1997)
The business of alchemy : science and culture in the Holy Roman Empire

Smith, Pamela H. ( 1994)
Paracelsus as emblem

Smith, Pamela H. ( 1994)
Alchemy as a language of mediation at the Habsburg court