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*[http://gradworks.umi.com/33/33/3333854.html Cornelis Drebbel (1572--1633): Fame and the making of modernity] Ph.D. Thesis, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, 2008, 587 pages
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*[https://search.proquest.com/openview/46d508a8fb098be3311e899c267b26ca/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y Cornelis Drebbel (1572--1633): Fame and the making of modernity] Ph.D. Thesis, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, 2008, 587 pages
  
 
*[http://blogs.uoregon.edu/verakeller/files/2013/08/Keller-on-Drebbels-Self-regulating-oven-in-nuncius-v4k192.pdf Re-entangling the Thermometer: Cornelis Drebbel’s Description of his Self-regulating Oven, the Regiment of Fire, and the Early History of Temperature],” ''Nuncius ''28 (2013) 243–275.
 
*[http://blogs.uoregon.edu/verakeller/files/2013/08/Keller-on-Drebbels-Self-regulating-oven-in-nuncius-v4k192.pdf Re-entangling the Thermometer: Cornelis Drebbel’s Description of his Self-regulating Oven, the Regiment of Fire, and the Early History of Temperature],” ''Nuncius ''28 (2013) 243–275.

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Assistant Professor of History at the Robert D Clark Honors College, University of Oregon

Situating Thermometers: The Instrumentum Drebilianum, Paper delivered at 'Intellectual Geography: Comparative Studies, 1550-1700', an international conference held at the University of Oxford on 5-7 September 2011 (history.ox.ac.uk/intellectualgeography/)


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