Eric G. Casteel
Ph.D., European History (2007); M.A., Theology, Concordia University (1998)
History of Science & Religion
Dissertation: ?Entrepôt and Backwater: A Cultural History of the Transfer of Medical Knowledge from Leiden to Edinburgh, 1690-1740.? The dissertation examines student culture at the Medical Faculty of the University of Leiden, particularly in relation to the transfer of knowledge from Leiden to the nascent medical Faculty at the University of Edinburgh. Chair: Margaret C. Jacob
Currently Visiting Scholar & Lecturer at UNC Chapel Hill
Book Chapter: ?The Civil Reformer: Philip Melanchthon as Francis Bacon?s Muse,? in Apologia et Theologia: Essays in Reformation Theology and its Defense, (Wipf & Stock, 2007)
Book Review: Bruce T. Moran, ?Distilling Knowledge: Alchemy, Chemistry, and the Scientific Revolution,? Comitatus (37), 2006.
Book Review: Ronald K. Rittgers, ?The Reformation of the Keys: Confession, Conscience, and Authority in Sixteenth-Century Germany,? Comitatus (36), 2005.
Grants and Awards
William J. Fulbright Fellowship, 2003-04, The Netherlands
Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship, University of Utrecht, Dutch, 2002
FLAS Fellowship, University of Utrecht, Dutch, 2001
Margaret C. Jacob
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