Tillmann Taape

Visiting Scholar (Aug 2015)

University of Cambridge

Tillmann was a PhD candidate in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on vernacular traditions of medicine and alchemy, especially the works of Strasbourg surgeon and apothecary Hieronymus Brunschwig, published around 1500. At the MPIWG, Tillmann is involved in creating a database of vernacular medical books in early modern England.


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Hieronymus Brunschwig and the Making of Vernacular Medical Knowledge in Early Modern Europe


Selected Publications

Taape, T. (2014). Distilling reliable remedies: Hieronymus Brunschwig's Liber de arte distillandi (1500) between alchemical learning and craft practice. Ambix, 61(3), 236-256.

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