Prof I W F Maclean
Ian Maclean, M.A., D.Phil.
Professor of Renaissance Studies, Fellow of All Souls
Professor Maclean’s main research interests are in the fields of Montaigne; Cardano; history of the book in the late Renaissance; history of law, medicine and theology in European universities; and Aristotelianism.
Learning and the market place: essays in the history of the early modern book (Brill, 2009)
Translator, Descartes, A discourse on the method, Oxford World’s Classics (Oxford University Press, 2006)
Editor, with Sachiko Kusukawa, Transmitting knowledge: words, images and instruments in early modern Europe, Oxford Warburg Series (Oxford University Press, 2006)
Editor, with John Brooke, Heterodoxy in early modern science and religion (Oxford University Press, 2005)
Cardano: de libris propriis (FrancoAngeli, 2004)
With Eckhard Kessler , Res et verba in the Renaissance (Harrassowitz, 2002)
Logic signs and nature in the Renaissance: the case of learned medicine , Ideas in Context (Cambridge University Press, 2001)
Montaigne philosophe , Philosophies (PUF, 1996)
The Renaissance notion of woman , 5th (Cambridge University Press, 1995)
Meaning and interpretation in the Renaissance: the case of law , Ideas in Context (Cambridge University Press, 1992)