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Corbett, Jane Paisley Russell. Painted Science: Convention and Change in Seventeenth-century Netherlandish Paintings of Alchemists, Physicians and Astronomers. Ph.D. Dissertation: Queen’s University Kingston, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: astrology | astronomy | culture studies | iconography | medicine | morality | Occult Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | symbolism | visual art—17th C
  
Hildebrecht, Douglas R. Otto Marseus van Schrieck (1619/20--1678) and the Nature Piece: Art, Science, Religion, and the Seventeenth-century Pursuit of Natural Knowledge. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Michigan, 2004.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: environmental sciences | humanism | microscope | Otto Marseus van Schrieck | patronage | senses | visual art—17th C
  
Peters, Jeffrey N. Mapping Discord: Allegorical Cartography in Early Modern French Writing. Newark: University Delaware Press, 2004.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: abstraction | allegory | allegory | cartography | cosmography | exploration discovery & travel | Francois d'Aubignac | literature—17th C | maps | metaphor | utopia | visual art—17th C
  
Pick, Cecilia Mary. Rhetoric of the Author Presentation: The Case of Maria Sibylla Merian. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Texas Austin, 2004.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: colonialism | environmental sciences | gender studies | Georg Rumphius | literature—17th C | Maria Sibylla Merian | meaning | naturalism | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory | visual art—17th C
  
Salomon, Nanette. Shifting Priorities: Gender and Genre in Seventeenth-century Dutch Painting. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2004.
Theory
Keywords: gender studies | genre studies | Gerard ter Borch | Jan Miense Molenaer | Jan Steen | Johan Vermeer | social sciences | theory | visual art—17th C