Vernacular Encounters with Aristotle's Politics in Renaissance Italy (as part of the AHRC research project with the University of Warwick on Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy, c, 1400-c. 1650).
The Notion of Imagination in Ficino’s Commentary on Plotinus.
On the Cusp of Fabula and Historia: The Myth of Alexander the Great in Italy between the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century.
Exchange of Knowledge through Translation: Jan Baptista van Helmont and his Editors and Translators in the Seventeenth Century.
The Idea of prudentia and the Culture of Dis/simulation in Early Modern Europe.
The Latin Reception of Arabic Astronomy and Cosmology in Mid-Twelfth-Century Antioch. The Liber Mamonis and the Dresden Almagest.
Francis Bacon, Religion, and the Mind (Part of the ERC project on the Medicine of the Mind and Natural Philosophy in Early Modern England: A New Way of Interpreting Francis Bacon).
Polemic, Propaganda, and Political Thought: In Defence of the Holy Emperor Charles (1527).
Drawing upon the Gods: Medieval Depictions of the Pagan Deities and their Relationship to Contemporary Ovidian Commentaries.
The Cultural Policy of the Catholic Church in Italy during the Second Half of the XVIth Century.
Old Loyalties and New Commitments to Catholicism in post-Reformation Denmark, 1536-1629.