Oxford-Warburg Studies

Making Mathematical Culture   Making Mathematical Culture   2017. Criticism and Confession  The Bible in the Seventeenth Century Republic of Letters      2014. The Experience of Beauty in the Middle Ages (paperback)   2013. Johann Heinrich Hottinger  Arabic and Islamic Studies in the Seventeenth Century (hardback)   2013. The Experience of Beauty in the Middle Ages (hardback)   2013. A History of Renaissance Rhetoric 1380-1620 (paperback)   2011. A History of Renaissance Rhetoric 1380-1620 (paperback)   2009. John Selden: A Life in Scholarship, vol. I (hardback)   2009. The Church of England and Christian Antiquity  The Construction of a Confessional Identity in the 17th Century (hardback)     

Publications in this series in recent years (click cover images for further information)

This series has continued since 1963 and is now published by Oxford University Press (previously Clarendon Press). The Oxford-Warburg Studies comprise works of original research on the intellectual and cultural history of Europe, with particular reference to the transmission and reception of ideas and images. The underlying aim is to foster an interdisciplinary approach based on primary sources, which may be visual as well as written, and may extend to materials in a wide range of vernaculars and ancient languages. Among the topics addressed by past authors in the series are the relationship between classical scholarship and the Christian tradition, the influence of modes of transmission on the uptake of ideas, the contributions of great scholars to the learning of their day, and the study of the Italian and Northern manifestations of humanism and their aftermath. 

• A complete list of titles in this series can be found in the catalogue of the Warburg Institute Library. Books which are available for purchase from OUP are listed on their website (link).