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UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES
FACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA Y LETRAS
DEPARTAMENTO DE HISTORIA
SEMINARIO DE INVESTIGACION
Profesor: Dr. Juan Pablo Bubello
2º cuatrimestre 2017.
Programa nº:

“Problemas de Historia Moderna. Esoteristas y textos esotéricos en el Renacimiento”
I. Fundamentación-Objetivos.

Tras casi tres décadas de investigaciones minuciosas, el consenso historiográfico actual en nuestro campo coincide en que los años que jalonan el siglo XVI fueron un escenario cultural muy favorable para el desarrollo de las representaciones y prácticas vinculadas con la magia natural, la tradición hermética, la cábala cristiana, la magia astral, astrología y la alquimia. Durante ese lapso, se desarrolló en la Europa occidental un esoterismo renacentista de características específicas –y por ende, en principio, culturalmente diferente del vigente en tiempos medievales y del que surgirá a partir del siglo XVII.
Los principales agentes que integraron ese esoterismo del Renacimiento fueron, entre otros: Marsilio Ficino, Giovanni Pico della Mirándola, Johannes Reuchlin, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelso, Guillaume Postel, Gerolamo Cardano, John Dee, Diego de Santiago, Richard Stanihurst y Giordano Bruno -quienes escribieron y publicaron sus respectivos tratados, manuscritos y libros-.
El presente seminario de investigación propone entonces, desde el enfoque histórico-cultural, el abordaje de uno de los problemas historiográficos centrales de la Europa Moderna, articulando el análisis biográfico de los esoteristas mencionados con sus textos sin perder de vista, asimismo, los problemas históricos que les conciernen y en los cuales están inmersos (redescubrimiento y reapropiación de los Antiguos; polémicas antiesotéricas y persecuciones; reformas religiosas y guerras de religión; orígenes de la ciencia moderna)
Con el objetivo central de que los estudiantes de la carrera de Historia se inicien en las prácticas de elaboración de un discurso historiográfico a partir del análisis de fuentes primarias y lectura crítica de bibliografía -clásica y actualizada de mediana y elevada complejidad-; se examinarán los términos de la indagación histórica actual sobre el esoterismo y los debates que se han suscitado, y, al mismo tiempo, los estudios de caso en los cuales se revelan con intensidad las cuestiones principales que este vasto problema plantea.

II. Equipo Docente.

Profesor  Adjunto: Dr. Juan Pablo Bubello.
Profesor Ayudante: Mgr. Mariano Luis Villalba

III. Contenidos y bibliografía.

Unidad 1. Introducción. El esoterismo occidental como objeto de estudio histórico-cultural: debates clásicos, enfoques e investigaciones actuales.

2010. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, Historia del esoterismo en la Argentina, Buenos Aires, Biblos (introducción, pp.13-22)
2009. COUDERT, Allison, “From ´the Hermetic Tradition´ to ´Western Esotericism´, en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter & PIJNENBURG, Joyce (eds.) Hermes in the Academy, Amsterdam University Press, pp. 117-123.
2006. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill  (“Esotericism”, pp. 336-340)
2005. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, "El aporte de la historiografía francesa actual en torno al centenario debate sobre el concepto de `Magia`" en GONZALEZ MEZQUITA, María Luz, Problemas de Historia Moderna. Cuestiones historiográficas, tendencias en la investigación, Mar del Plata, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, pp. 73-104.
2002. GATTI, Hilary, “Frances Yates`s hermetic renaissance in the documents held in the Warburg Institute Archive”, en Aries, 2, 2, pp. 193-210.
2001. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Beyond the Yates Paradigm: The study of western esotericism between counterculture and new complexity”, en Aries, 1, 1, pp. 5-37.
1998. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The birth of a discipline”, en FAIVRE, Antoine; HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, Western Esotericism and the Science of Religion, Peeters, pp. 7-17.
1993. YATES, Frances, “La tradición hermética en la ciencia renacentista” (1967), en YATES, Frances, Ensayos reunidos III. Ideas e ideales del Renacimiento en el norte de Europa, México, FCE., pp. 333-365.
1986. FAIVRE, Antoine, “L`ésoterisme et la recherche universitaire” en FAIVRE, Antoine, Accés de l`ésotérisme occidental, Paris, Gallimard, pp. 13-42.

Unidad 2. Hermes Trismegisto en el Renacimiento (hasta la datación correcta del Corpus Herméticum)

2015. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “How hermetic was the Renaissance Hermetism?”, en Aries, 15, pp. 179-209.
2009. VAN BLADEL, Kevin, The arabic Hermes. From pagan sage to prophet of science, Oxford University Press (Part II. “History of the Arabic Hermes”, pp. 121-234)
2007. EBELING, Florian, The secret history of Hermes Trismegistus: Hermeticism from Ancient to Modern Times, USA., Cornell University Press (“III. Renaissance. Primeval Wisdom for a New World”, pp. 59-90)
2005. MORESCHINI, Claudio “L’ermetismo del Rinascimento da Marsilio Ficino a Ludovico Lazzarelli”, en Aries, 5, 1, pp. 33-60.
2000. COPENHAVER, Brian, “Introducción”, en Corpus hermeticum y Asclepio (1992), Madrid, Siruela, pp. 17-111.
1995. FAIVRE, Antoine, The eternal Hermes. From greek God to alchemical Magus, USA., Phanes Press (cap. 1, pp. 13-54)
1994. YATES, Frances, Giordano Bruno y la Tradición Hermética (1964), Barcelona, Ariel (cap. 1 “Hermes Trismegisto”, pp. 17-36; cap. 3 “Hermes Trismegisto y la magia”, pp. 63-80; cap. XXI “Después de la correcta datación de Hermes Trismegisto”, pp. 452-489)
1983. GRAFTON, Anthony, Protestant versus Prophet: Isaac Casaubon on Hermes Trismegistus” en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 46, pp. 78-93.

Unidad 3. Marcilio Ficino, De Vita Coelitus Comparanda (1489), hermetismo, platonismo y magia astral.

2012. CORRIAS, Anna, “Imagination and memory in Marsilio Ficino´s Theory of the Vehicles of the Soul”, en The International Journal of the Platonic Tradition, 6, pp. 81-114.
2011. KLITENIC WEAR, Sarah, “Ficino Hymn`s and the Renaissance Platonic Academy”, en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 133-151.
2011. CLYDESDALE, Ruth, “‘Jupiter tames Saturn’: Astrology in Ficino’s Epistolae en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 117-133.
2010. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The Platonic Frenzies in Marsilio Ficino” en DIJKSTRA, Jitse, KROESEN, Justin & KUIPER, Yme (eds.), Myths, Martyrs and Modernity: Studies in the History of Religions in Honour of Jan N. Bremmer, Leiden - Boston, Brill, pp. 553-567.
2006. ALLEN, Michael, “Ficino, Marsilio” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 360-367.
2004. OGREN, Brian, “Circularity, the Soul-Vehicle and the Renaissance rebirth of Reincarnation: Marsilio Ficino and Isaac Abarbanel on the possibility of Transmigration”, en Academia, Revue de la Societe Marsile Ficin, VI, pp. 63-95.
2002. SALAMAN, Clement, “Echoes of Egypt in Hermes and Ficino” en ALLEN, Michael J. B.; REES, Valery, (eds.), Marsilio Ficino. His theology, his philosophy, his legacy. Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 115-136.
2002. IDEL, Moshe, “Prisca Theologia in Marsilio Ficino and in some Jewish Treatments” en ALLEN, Michael J. B.; REES, Valery, (eds.), Marsilio Ficino. His theology, his philosophy, his legacy. Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 137-158.
2002. VOSS, Angela, “Orpheus redivivus: The Musical Magic of Marsilio Ficinoen ALLEN, Michael J. B.; REES, Valery, (eds.), Marsilio Ficino. His theology, his philosophy, his legacy. Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 227-243.
2000. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Sympathy or the Devil: Renaissance magic and the ambivalence of idols”, en Esotérica, II, pp. 1-44.
2000. WALKER, D. P., Spiritual & Demonic Magic from Ficino to Campanella (1958), Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press (Cap. II “Ficino´s magic”, pp. 30-59).
1999. CELENZA, Christopher, “Pythagoras in the Renaissance: The Case of Marsilio Ficino Author”, en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 667-711.
1994. YATES, Frances, Giordano Bruno y la Tradición Hermética (1964), Barcelona, Ariel (cap. 2 “El Pimander de Ficino y el Asclepius”, pp. 37-62; cap. 4 “La magia natural de Ficino”, pp. 81-104)
1988. COPENHAVER, Brian, “Hermes Trismegistus, Proclus, and the Question of a Philosophy of Magic in the Renaissance” en MERKEL, Ingrid; DEBUS, Allen G., Hermeticism and the Renaissance, London and Toronto, Associated University Presses, pp. 79-110.
1986. COPENHAVER, Brian, “Renaissance Magic and Neoplatonic Philosophy: `Ennead` 4.3-5 in Ficino`s `D Vita Coelitus Comparanda`”, en GARFAGNINI, Gian Carlo (a cura di), Marsilio Ficino e il retorno di Platone. Studi e documenti II, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki Editore, pp. 351-369.
1984. COPENHAVER, Brian, “Scholastic Philosophy and Renaissance Magic in the De Vita of Marsilio Ficino”, en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 37, 4, pp. 523-554.
1940. KRISTELLER, Paul Oscar, “The Theory of Immortality in Marsilio Ficino”, en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 1, Nro. 3, pp. 229-319.

Unidad 4. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Conclvsiones sive Theses (1486), cábala cristiana.

2014. OGREN, Brian, “The law of change and the nature of the chameleon: Yosef ben Salom´ Askenazi and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola”, en AAVV. Giovanni Pico e la cabbalà, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki ed., pp. 121-135.
2011. AASDALEN, Unn Irene, “The first Pico-Ficino controversy”, en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 67-89.
2009. OGREN, Brian, Renaissance and Rebirth. Reincarnation in Early Modern Italian Kabbalah, Leiden-Boston, Brill (cap. VII. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and the allegorical veridicality of transmigration”, pp. 212-237)
2009. OGREN, Brian, “The forty-nine gates of wisdom and forty-nine ways to Christ: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola`s Heptaplus and Nahmanidean Kabbalah”, en Rinascimento. Rivista dell`Instituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento, Seconda Serie, Vol. XLIX, pp. 27-45.
2007. RABIN, Sheila J., “Pico on Magic and Astrology” en DOUGHERTHY, M. V, (edit.), Pico della Mirándola. New Essays, New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 152-178.
2006. LELLI, Fabrizio, “Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 949-954.
2006. BLACK, Crofton, Pico´s Heptaplus and Biblical Hermeneutics, Leiden-Boston, Brill (cap. 1 “Pico´s life and works”, pp. 5-25)
2005. BUZZETA, Flavia, “La sapienza della cabala in Giovanni Pico della Mirandola”, en Pan, 23, pp. 313-332.
2002. COPENHAVER, Brian, “The secret of Pico`s Oration: Cábala and Renaissance philosophy”, en Midwest Sudies in Philosophy, XXVI, pp. 56-81.
1999. COPENHAVER, Brian, “Number, shape and meaning in Pico`s Christian Cabala: the upright Tsade, the closed Mem, and the gaping jaws of Azazel”, en GRAFTON, Anthony & SIRAISI, Nancy (eds.), Natural Particulars: Nature and the disciplines in Renaissance Europe, London, The MIT Press, pp. 25-76.
1994. YATES, Frances, Giordano Bruno y la Tradición Hermética (1964), Barcelona, Ariel (cap. 5 “Pico della Mirándola y la Magia Cabalística”, pp. 105-141)
1989. WIRSZUBSKI, Chaim, Pico della Mirandola`s encounter with Jewish Mysticism, Cambridge, Harvard University Press (“Part Three. What Kabbala meant to Pico”, pp. 121-201)
1982. NOVACK, B. C., “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Jochanan Alemanno”, en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 45, pp. 125-147.
1979. SECRET, Francois, La kabbala cristiana del Renacimiento (1963), España, Taurus (cap. 3, “Pico de la Mirándola y el retorno italiano de la Kabbala Cristiana”, pp. 42-61)
1972. WIND, Edgard, Los misterios paganos del Renacimiento (1958), España, Barral Ed. (cap. III. “La medalla de Pico della Mirandola”, pp. 45-61)
1969. WIRSZUBSKI, Chaim, “Giovanni Pico`s Book of Job”, en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 32, pp. 171-199.
1942. CASSIRER, Ernst, “Giovanni Pico della Mirándola: a study in the history of Renaissance ideas” en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 3, 2, pp. 123-144.

Unidad 5. Johannes Reuchlin, De Arte Cabbalistica (1517), cábala cristiana

2008. IDEL, Moshe, “Johannes Reuchlin: Kabblah, Pythagorean philosophy and modern scholarship”, en Studia Judaica, 16, pp. 30-55.
2006. DAN, Joseph, “Reuchlin, Johannes” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 990-993.
2002. ROLING, Bernd, “The complete nature of Christ. Sources and structures of a christological theurgy in the works of Johannes Reuchlin” en BREMMER, Jan N., & VEENSTRA, Jan R. (Eds.), The metamorphosis of magic from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern Period, Leuven-Paris-Dudley, MA., Peeters, pp. 231–266.
2001. CELENZA, Christopher S., “The Search for Ancient Wisdom in Early Modern Europe: Reuchlin and the Late Ancient Esoteric Paradigm”, en The Journal of Religious History, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 115-133.
1997. DAN, Joseph, “The Kabbalah of Johannes Reuchlin and its historical significance”, en DAN, Joseph (ed.), The Christian Kabbalah. Jewish mystical books & their Christian interpreters, Cambirdge, Harvard College Library, pp. 55-95.
1993. IDEL, Moshe, Johann Reuchlin, De Arte Cabbalistica - On the Art of the Kabbalah, Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press (“Introduction”, pp. 5-29).
1976. SIKA, Charles, “Reuchlin`s The Verbo Mirífico and the magic debate of the late fifteenth century” en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 39, pp. 104-138.

Unidad 6. Heinrich C. Agrippa, De occulta philosophia (1510; 1530) y De vanitate (1526; 1530), magia natural, magia celeste, magia ceremonial.

2015. HANEGRAFF, Wouter, “Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 92-99.
2009. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Better than Magic. Cornelius Agrippa and Lazzarellian Hermetism”, en Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft¸ vol. 4, nro. 1, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009, pp. 1-25.
2007. ZAMBELLI, Paola, “Agrippa of Nettesheim as a critical magus” en ZAMBELLI, Paola, White magic, black magic, in the European Renaissance. From Ficino, Pico, Della Porta to Thithemius, Agripa, Bruno. Leiden, Brill, pp. 115-137.
2006. VALENTE, Michaela, “Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 4-7.
2003. LEHRICH, Christopher I., The language of demons and angels: Cornelius Agrippa`s Occult Philosphy, Leiden-Boston, Brill (cap. 1 “Introduction”, pp. 1-43; cap. 2 “Logos and Nature”, pp. 43-97; cap. 4 “The language of demons and angels”, pp. 147-212; cap. 5 “Conclusions”, pp. 213-226)
1994. YATES, Frances, Giordano Bruno y la Tradición Hermética (1964), Barcelona, Ariel (cap. 7 “El estudio de Cornelio Agrippa sobre la magia renacentista”, pp. 156-171)
1988. KEEFER, Michael, “Agrippa´s dilemma: Hermetic “rebirth” and the ambivalences of De vanitate and De occulta philosophia” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 41, 4, pp. 614-653.
1976. ZAMBELLI, Paola, “Magic and radical reformation in Agrippa of Nettesheim” en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, vol. 39, pp. 69-103.
1959. NAUERT, Charles, “Agrippa in the Renaissance Italy: the Esoteric tradition” en Sudies in the Renaissance, Vol. 6, pp. 195-222.
1957. NAUERT, Charles, “Magic and skepticism in Agrippa´s Thought” en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 18, 2, pp. 161-182.
1911. ORSIER, Joseph, Henri Cornelis Agrippa. Sa vie et son ouvre d´aprés sa correspondanse (1486-1535), París, Biblioteque Chacornac.

Unidad 7. Paracelso. Of The Supreme Mysteries of Nature… (reed. inglesa 1655) Alquimia.

2015. WEEKS, Andrew, “Paracelsus”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 99-107.
2015. FORSHAW, Peter “´Morbo spirituali medicina spiritualis convenit´: Paracelsus, Madness, and Spirits” en SCHNEIDER, Steffen (ed.), Aisthetics of the Spirits. Spirits in Early Modern Science, Religion, Literature and Music, Germany, V&R unipress, pp. 287-307.
2014. HEDESAN, Georgiana, “The mistery of Misterium Magnum: Paracelsus`s alchemical interpretation of Creation in Philosophia ad Atheniensis and its early of modern commentators”, en VANDER STICHELE, Caroline & SCHOLZ, Susanne, Hidden truth from Eden. Esoteric readings of Genesis 1-3, Atlanta, SBL Press, pp. 141-162.
2007. ROOS, A. M., The Salt of the Earth. Natural philosophy, medicine and chemistry in England, 1650-1750, Leiden-Boston, Brill (cap. 2 “Paracelsian concepts of salt”, pp. 10-46)
2006. BENZENHÖFER, Udo & GANTENBEIN, Urs Leo, “Paracelsus” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 922-931.
2005. MORAN, Bruce T., Distilling knowledge. Alchemy, chemistry and the Scientific Revolution, London, Harvard University Press (cap. 3 “Paracelsus and the Paracelsians. Natural relationships and separation as creation”, pp. 67-98)
2004. NEWMAN, William R., Promethean Ambitions. Alchemy and the Quest to Perfect Nature¸ Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press (cap. 4 “Artificial life and the Homunculus”, pp. 164-237).
2000. FAIVRE, Antoine, NEEDLEMAN, Jacob [comps.], Espiritualidad de los movimientos esotéricos modernos [1992] Bs. As., Paidós Orientalia, (capítulo V “Paracelso y sus seguidores”, pp. 221-259)
1997. WEEKS, Andrew, Paracelsus. Speculative theory and the crisis of the Early Reformation, USA., State University of New York Press (cap. 1 “The ambiguities of Paracelsus”, pp. 21-49).
1994. BIANCHI, Massimo Luigi, “The visible and the invisible. From Alchemy to Paracelsus”, en RATTANSI, P. & CLERICUZIO, A. (eds.), Alchemy and Chemistry in the 16th and 17th centuries, Kluber Academic Publishers, pp. 17-50.
1979. BRANN, Noel, “Was Paracelsus a disciple of Trithemius?” en Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 10, 1, pp. 70-82.
1964. DEBUS, Allen, “The Paracelsian Aerial Niter” en Isis, Vol. 55, No. 1, pp. 43-61.
1956. MAZAHERI, A. “Paracelse alchimiste. Notes critiques et positives”, Annales, 11, 2, pp. 183-193.

Unidad 8. Guillaume Postel, Les Très merveilleuses victoires des femmes du Nouveau monde… (1553), cábala cristiana.

2013. WEISS Judith, “The Quality of Guillaume Postel`s Zohar Latin Translation (1547-1553)”, en Accademia: Revue de la Société Marsile Ficin, XV, pp. 63-82.
2010. BRACH, Jean Pierre, “Spiritual authority and the transmission of knowledge in Christian Kabbalah: the case of Guillaume Postel (1510-1581)”, en KILCHER, Andreas, Constructing Tradition. Means and Myths of Transmission in Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 303-321.
2007. WILKINSON, Robert J., Orientalism, Aramaic and Kabbalah in the Catholic Reformation, Leiden-Boston, Brill (Cap. 4 “The scholars of the Editio Princeps: Postel”, pp. 95-135)
2006. BRACH, Jean-Pierre, “Postel, Guillaume” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 970-974.
1968. DUBOIS, Claude-Gilbert, “Les métamorphoses mystiques de la sexualité dans la pensée de Guillaume Postel”, en Études françaises, vol. 4, n° 2, pp. 171-207.
1964. SECRET, Francois, “Guillaume Postel, le Pantopaeon”, en Revue de l'histoire des religions, 165, 2, pp. 203-235.
1954. BOUWSMA, William J., “Postel and the significance of Renaissance Cabalism” en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 15, 2, pp. 218-232.

Unidad 9. Gerolamo Cardano, Liber de libris propriis (1557), astrología.

2006. GRAFTON, Anthony, SIRAISI, Nancy, “Berween the election and my hopes: Girolamo Cardano and Medical Astrology” en NEWMAN, William and GRAFTON, Anthony, Secrets of Nature. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe (2001), London, Cambridge, The M.I.T. Press, pp. 69-133.
2005. BROECKE van den, Steven, “Evidence and conjeture in Cardano´s Horoscope Collections”, en OESTMANN, Günther; RUTKIN, H. Darrel; von STUCKRAD, Kocku, Horoscopes and Public Spheres. Essays on the history of astrology, New York, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 208-223.
2005. VON STUCKRAD, Kocku, “The Function of Horoscopes in Biographical Narrative. Cardano and After”, en OESTMANN, Günther; RUTKIN, H. Darrel; von STUCKRAD, Kocku, Horoscopes and Public Spheres. Essays on the history of astrology, New York, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 225-240.
2003. PREDIGER, Lanette, “The rise and fall of Jerome Cardano”, en Proceedings of the 12h Annual History of Medicine Days, WA Whitelaw, pp. 41-46.
1998. GRAFTON, Anthony, “Girolamo Cardano and the tradition of Classical Astrology” en Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society, Vol. 142, 3, pp. 323-354.
1991. SIRAISI, Nancy, “Girolamo Cardano and the Art of Medical Narrative”, en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 52, No. 4, pp. 581-602.
1984. MACLEAN, Ian, “The interpretation of natural signs: Cardano`s De subtilitate versus Scaliger`s Exercitationes” en VICKERS, Brian, Occult & scientific mentalities in the Renaissance, London, Cambridge University Press, pp. 231-256.
1983. FIERZ, Markus, Girolamo Cardano, 1501-1576. Physician, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astrologer, and Interpreter of Dreams, Boston-Basel-Stuttgart, Birkhauser (cap. 1 “Cardano's Life and Writings”, pp. 1-37)

Unidad 10. John Dee, The Hieroglyphic Monad (1564), alquimia y magia angélica.

2015. PARRY, Glyn, “John Dee”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 107-117.
2012. SZÖNYI, György E., “From the Hieroglyphic Monad to Angel Magic. Semiotic aspects of John Dee´s Esotericism”, en Lexia. Rivista di Semiotica, 11-12, pp. 109-136.
2012. ASPREM, Egil, Arguing with Angels, Albany, State University of New York Press (Cap. 1 “The magus and the seer”, pp. 11-28).
2011. CLUCAS, Stephen, “John Dee’s Annotations to Ficino’s Translation of Plato” en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 227-243.
2006. SZONYI, György E., “DEE, John” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 301-309.
2006. CLUCAS, Stephen, “Introduction. Intellectual history and the identity of John Dee”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 1-22.
2006. CLULEE, Nicholas, “John Dee´s Natural Philosophy revisited”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 23-37.
2006. DE LEON-JONES, Karen, “John Dee and the Kabbalah”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 143-158.
2006. CLUCAS, Stephen, “John Dee´s angelic conversations and the Ars Notoria”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 231-273.
2005. FORSHAW, Peter, “The early alchemical reception of John Dee´s Monas Hierogliphyca”, en Ambix, Vol. 52, 3, pp. 247-269.
2004. YATES, Frances, The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age (1979), London and New York, Routledge Classics (cap. 8 “John Dee. Christian Cabalist, pp. 92-111).
1999. GOODRICK-CLARKE, Nicholas, “The rosicrucian prelude: John Dee`s mission in Central Europe” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 73-99.
1996. HARKNESS, Deborah, “Shows in the showstone: a theater of alchemy and apocalypse in the Angel Conversations of John Dee (1527-1608/9)” en Renaissance Quarterly, 49, pp. 707-737.
1984. CLULEE, Nicholas H., “At the crossroads of magic and science: John Dee`s Archemastrieen VICKERS, Brian, Occult & scientific mentalities in the Renaissance, London, Cambridge University Press, pp. 57-73.
1981. YATES, Frances, The Rosicrucian Enlightenment (1972), London and Boston, Kegan and Paul (cap. III “John Dee y and the rise of Cristian Rosencreutz”)

Unidad 11. Richard Estanihurst, El toque de alquimia… (1593) y Diego de Santiago, Arte Separatoria… (1598), alquimia paracélsica, magia natural y medicina.

2017. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Cultura y política en la España temprano-moderna: la defensa de la alquimia por Richard Stanihurst y Diego de Santiago en la corte de Felipe II”, en AAVV. Estudios en Historia Moderna desde una visión Atlántica. Tendencias y perspectivas tendidas en un diálogo generacional, Universidad Nacional de La Plata-Edulp (en prensa)
2016. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Apologética de la alquimia en la corte de Felipe II. Richard Stanihurst y su `El Toque de Alquimia` (1593)”, Magallánica. Revista de Historia Moderna, Vol. 2, nro. 4, pp. 95-117.
2015. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Arte separatoria e hijos del arte en las prácticas y representaciones de Diego de Santiago (Sevilla, 1598) y el lugar de España en el Esoterismo Occidental”, Annales de Historia Antigua, Medieval y Moderna, Vol. 49, pp. 79-103.
2014. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “`Sacando a luz lo oculto en la naturaleza`: astrología y alquimia de Diego de Santiago en la corte de Felipe II”, en GONZALEZ MEZQUITA, María Luz (ed.), Historia Moderna. Procesos y representaciones, Mar del Plata, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, pp. 189-197.
2013. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “El ´Arte Separatoria´ (1598) de Diego de Santiago. Un alquimista en la corte de Felipe II” en GONZALEZ, María Luz, (comp.), Historia Moderna: tendencias y proyecciones, Mar del Plata, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, pp. 169-179.
2011. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Notas sobre las relaciones entre absolutismo católico, polémicas antimágicas y esoterismo en la España del XVI: el caso de Felipe II y Juan de Herrera” en GONZALEZ, María Luz, (comp.), Temas y perspectivas de Historia Moderna, Mar del Plata, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, pp. 231-241.
2010. EAMON, William, “Masters of Fire: Italian alchemists in the court of Felipe II”, en LÓPEZ-PÉREZ, M.; KAHN, Didier; REY-BUENO, Mar (eds.), Chymia: Science and Nature in Medieval and Early Modern Europe”, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 138-156.
2010. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Esoterismo y política de Felipe II en la España del Siglo de Oro. -Reinterpretando al círculo esotérico filipino en El Escorial: Juan de Herrera, Giovanni Vicenzo Forte, Diego de Santiago, Richard Stanihurst-”, en Veredas da História, III, 2, Brasil, –revista electrónica.
2000. EAMON, William, The charlatan`s trial: an italian surgeon in the court of King Philip II, 1576-1577”, en Cronos. Cuadernos Valencianos de  Historia de la Ciencia y la Medicina, 8, pp. 3-30.

Unidad 12. Giordano Bruno, De Magia (1589), magia natural.

2007. ZANBELLI, Paola, “The initiates and the idiot. Conjectures on some brunian sources” & “Hermetism and magic in Giordano Bruno. Some interpretations from Tocco to Corsano, from Yates to Ciliberto”, en ZAMBELLI, Paola, White magic, black magic, in the European Renaissance. From Ficino, Pico, Della Porta to Thithemius, Agripa, Bruno. Leiden, Brill, pp. 191-253.
2006. CILIBERTO, Michele, “Bruno, Giordano” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 206-213.
2006. ROSSI, Paolo, Logic and the Art of Memory. The Quest for a Universal Language (1983), London-New York, Continuum. 2006 (cap. 4. “The imaginative logic of Giordano Bruno”, pp. 81-96)
2002. FARINELLA, Alessandro y PRESTON, Carole, “Giordano Bruno: neoplatonism and the `Wheel of Memory` in the De Umbris Idearum” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 55, 2, pp. 596-624.
1994. YATES, Frances, Giordano Bruno y la Tradición Hermética (1964), Barcelona, Ariel (cap. XI “Giordano Bruno. Primera visita a París”, pp. 222-238; cap. XII “Giordano Bruno en Inglaterra: la reforma hermética”, pp. 239-271; cap. XIII “Giordano Bruno en Inglaterra: la filosofía hermética”, pp. 272-296; cap. XIV “Giordano Bruno y la cábala”, pp. 297-316; cap. XV “Giordano Bruno: entusiasta heroico e isabelino”, pp. 317-335; cap. XVI “Giordano Bruno: segunda visita a París”, pp. 336-351; cap. XVII “Giordano Bruno en Alemania”, pp. 352-372; cap. XVIII “Giordano Bruno: su última obra publicada”, pp. 372-387; cap. XIX “Giordano Bruno: el retorno a Italia”, pp. 388-410)
1999. GATTI, Hilary, Giordano Bruno and Renaissance Science, London, Cornell University Press (“Introduction”, pp. I-XII; cap. I “The Pythagorean School of our own: Bruno and the philosopher from Samos”, pp. 13-28; cap. II “Discovering Copernicus”, pp. 29-42)
1983. GRIGULEVICH, I., Historia de la Inquisición, México, Editorial Cartago (cap. 8 “Los Papas en el papel de Inquisidores” –apartados: “La inquisición romana y universal”  y “El crimen y el castigo a Giodarno Bruno”, pp. 325-347)

Fuentes.

  • Corpus hermeticum y Asclepio (Edición de Brian Copenhaver, Cambridge University Press, 1992) –se utilizará la traducción al castellano de Jaume Portulas y Cristina Serna, Madrid, Siruela, 2000, pp. 111-231.
  • Marsilio Ficino, De Vita Coelitus Comparanda, 1489 (se utilizará la edición bilingüe latín – inglés: Three Books on Life,  Arizona, The Renaissance Society of America, 1998, pp. 92-405 -critical edition and translation with introduction and notes by Carol V. Kaske y John R. Clark)
  • Giovanni Pico della Mirándola, Conclvsiones sive Theses DCCCC, 1486 (se utilizará la edición bilingüe latín – inglés: Syncretism in the West: Pico´s 900 Theses (1486). The evolution of traditional religious and philosophical systems, with text, translation and commentary by S. A. Farmer, Medieval and Renaissance Texts & Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, 1998, pp. 210-555)
  • Johann Reuchlin, De Arte Cabbalistica, 1517  (se utilizará la edición traducida al inglés publicada por University of Nebraska Press, 1993)
  • Heinrich C. Agrippa, Three books of occult philosophy; translated out of the Latin into the English tongue by John French (London, Printed by R.W. for Gregory Moule, 1651).
  • Paracelso, Of The Supreme Mysteries of Nature. Of Spirits of the Planets. Of Occult Philosophy. The Magical, Sympathetical and Antipathetical Cure of Wounds and Diseases. The mysteries of the twuelve Signs of the Zodiack (ed. translated by Robert Turner, London, 1655)
  • Guillaume Postel, Les Très merveilleuses victoires des femmes du Nouveau monde, et comment elles doibvent à tout le monde par raison commander... À la fin est adjoustée : La Doctrine du siècle doré, ou de l'Évangélike règne de Jésus,... París, Jean Ruelle, 1553.
  • Gerolamo Cardano, Liber de libris propriis (1557) -se utilizará la edición traducida al italiano con el título Autobiografia a cargo de Paola Franchetti, Giulio Einaudi Editore, Torino, 1945.
  • John Dee, The Hieroglyphic Monad, London, 1654.
  • Richard Stanihurst, El toque de alquimia, en el qual se declaran los verdaderos y falsos efectos del arte, y como se conosceran las falsas practicas de los engañadores y haraneros vagamundos (1593) -se utilizará la reedición publicada por María Tausiet (1994) como apéndice a su “El toque de alquimia: un método casi infalible dedicado a Felipe II por Richard Stanyhurst”, en Campos, J. y Fernández de Sevilla, F. (coords.), La ciencia en el Monasterio del Escorial, San Lorenzo del Escorial, EDES., pp. 554-558. 
  • Diego de Santiago, Arte Separatoria y modo de apartar todos los licores, que se sacan por via de destilación: para que las medicinas obren con mayor virtud y presteza, Sevilla, 1598.
  • Giordano Bruno, De Magia (se utilizará la edición en latín: Iordani Brvni Nolani, Opera Latine Conscripta, Florencia, 1891, Vol. III, pp. 395-454; conjuntamente con su traducción al inglés publicada en: Giordano Bruno, Cause, Principle and Unity and Essays on Magic, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 105-142 -translated and edited by R. J. Blackwell)

IV. Requisitos.

Preferentemente, que los asistentes hayan cursado Historia Medieval e Historia Moderna y posean capacidad de lectura de textos en idioma inglés.

V. Asistencia. Actividades planificadas. Criterios de Evaluación. Promoción.

Conforme a la reglamentación vigente, los asistentes deben cumplir con una asistencia no inferior al 80% de las clases programadas.
El seminario se desarrollará durante el segundo cuatrimestre del año académico 2017, en sesiones semanales de trabajo de 4 horas.
Las actividades planificadas se asentarán fundamentalmente sobre la base de dos estrategias:
a) cada sesión se basará en un cronograma de lecturas obligatorias previas por parte de los asistentes y en exposiciones magistrales del docente a cargo durante las primeras dos horas (acompañadas periódicamente por la exhibición de imágenes en powerpoint y, en una clase específica, la proyección del film Giordano Bruno –Ponti, 1973).
b) en las dos horas siguientes de cada sesión, se organizarán presentaciones críticas de textos por parte de los alumnos -para su debate en general-. Se considerará una buena presentación aquella que se desarrolle durante 15 a 20 minutos y que contenga los siguientes elementos:
-      explicite algún tipo de información adicional que identifique al autor.
-      precise en qué contexto historiográfico se enmarca el autor.
-      efectúe –con palabras propias- una síntesis del argumento del texto, exponiendo de tal forma sus líneas directrices que aquél que no lo hubiese leído se encuentre en condiciones de entenderlo.
-      seleccione -y explicite- dos o tres citas significativas del texto que permitan comprender las intenciones del autor.
-      efectúe una evaluación crítica del texto, a la luz del resto de la bibliografía abordada en el seminario.
-   emita una opinión personal sobre: complejidad, relación con la/s fuente/s, pertinencia respecto del tema discutido, etc.

La cursada del seminario se aprobará si se han cumplido los requisitos mínimos de asistencia y se ha participado activamente en las presentaciones críticas de textos bajo las condiciones mencionadas precedentemente.
La promoción del seminario se alcanzará con la aprobación de un trabajo monográfico final de un máximo de 20 páginas de extensión a presentarse después de finalizada la cursada dentro del plazo establecido en la reglamentación vigente.
La monografía final desarrollará un discurso historiográfico centrado en el análisis de alguna de las fuentes señaladas en este programa (que será de elección individual de cada asistente pero con acuerdo del docente a cargo) y deberá incluir:
-           una revisión crítica de la bibliografía pertinente utilizada y su descripción ajustada a la fuente.
-       un análisis pormenorizado de la fuente seleccionada en relación a alguno de los problemas abordados durante el transcurso del seminario.
-           una discusión de los problemas metodológicos enfrentados.
-          utilización de citas bibliográficas a pie de página y listado de bibliografía consultada al final, conforme los modelos académicos convencionales de redacción de textos.

VI. Bibliografía complementaria. Historia del Esoterismo en la Europa medieval y moderna (1)

2016. VILLALBA, Mariano, “Cabala y aojamiento en el `Tratado de Fascinación´ de Enrique de Villena, Revista de Historia Melancolía, Vol. 1, pp. 30-50.
2016. HIRAI, Hiro, "The Word of God and the Universal Medicine in the Chemical Philosophy of Oswald Croll", en PURS, Ivo & KARPENKO, Vlasimir (eds.), Alchemy and Rudolf II: Exploring the Secrets of Nature in Central Europe in the 16th and 17th Centuries, Prague, Artefactum - Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences-, pp. 381-385.
2016. ZAMORA CALVO, María Jesús, Artes Maleficorum. Brujas, magos y demonios en el Siglo de Oro, Barcelona, Calambur (cap. 2 “Magia”, pp. 69-125)
2015. VILLALBA, Mariano, “El Tratado de Astrología atribuido a Enrique de Villena. Esoterismo en la Corte de Juan II de Castilla”, en Magallanica. Revista de Historia Moderna, 3, pp. 186-216.
2015. MENDONÇA Jr., Francisco, “A Magia Naturalis de Giambatista della Porta: Segredo e Comunicaçao secreta na obra do poeta Napolitano”, en Revista Outras Fronteiras, Cuiabá, 2, 1, pp. 2-18.
2015. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The Globalization of Esotericism”, en Correspondences, 3, pp. 55-91.
2015. ASPREM, Egil, “Dis/unity of knowledge: models for the study of Modern Esotericism and Science”, en Numen, 62, pp. 538-567.
2015. WILLARD, Thomas, “Astrology, alchemy and other Occult Sciences” en CLASSEN, Albrecht, Handbook of Medieval Culture, Germany, Degruyter, pp. 102-120.
2015. COPENHAVER, Brian P., Magic in western culture. From Antiquity to the Enlightenment, USA., Cambridge University Press.
2015. RAY, Meredith K., Daughters of Alchemy. Women and Scientific Culture in Early Modern Italy, London, Harvard University Press.
2015. FORSHAW, Peter, “The Occult Middle Ages”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 34-48.
2015. SZÔNYI, György E., “The Hermetic revival in Italy”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London – New York, Routledge, pp. 51-74.
2015. EBELING, Florian, “Alchemical Hermeticism”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 74-92.
2015. TILTON, Hereward, “The Rosicrucian Manifestos and early Rosicrucianism”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 128-145.
2015. FORSHAW, Peter, “Kabbalah”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London – New York, Routledge, pp. 541-551.
2015. HEDESAN, Georgiana, “Alchemy”, en PARTRIDGE, Christopher (ed.), The Occult World, London-New York, Routledge, pp. 552-564.
2015. FORSHAW, Peter, “Magical Materials and Material Survivals: amulets, talismans and mirrors in early modern Europe”, en BOSCHUNG, Dietrich & BREMMER, Jan (eds.), The materiality of Magic, Padernborn, Wilhelm Fink, pp. 357-379.
2015. ASPREM, Egil; FLEMING, Stephen; TAVES, Ann; “Refiner`s fire and the Yates Thesis: Hermeticism, Esotericism and the History of Christianity”, en Journal of Mormon History, 41, 4, pp. 209-220.
2014. WILLARD, Thomas, “`De Furore Britannico`. The Rosicrucian Manifestos in Britain”, en Aries, 14, pp. 32-61.
2014. BOGDAN, Henrik, “Freemasonry and Western Esotericism” en BOGDAN, Henrik & SNOEK, Jan (eds.), Handbook of Freemasonry, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 277-306.
2014. GRANHOLM, Kennet, Dark Enlightenment. The historical, sociological and discursive contexts of contemporary esoteric magic, Leiden-Boston, Brill (Cap. I “The study of contemporary magic”, pp. 9-39)
2014. FORSHAW, Peter, “The genesis of Christian Kabbalah: early modern speculations on the Work of Creation”, en VANDER STICHELE, Caroline & SCHOLZ, Susanne, Hidden truths from Eden. Esoterics readings on Genesis 1-3, Atlanta, SBL Press, pp. 121-144.
2014. OGREN, Brian, “Sefirotic Depiction, Divine Noesis, and Aristotelian Kabbalah: Abraham ben Meir de Balmes and Italian Renaissance Thought”, en The Jewish Quartely Review, Vol. 104, No. 4, pp. 573–599.
2014. ASPREM, Egil, “Beyond the West: Towards a new comparativism in the Study of Western Esotericism”, Correspondences, 2, 1, pp. 3-33.
2014. RAMUSSEN, Seth C., The Quest for Aqua Vitae. The history and Chemistry of Alcohol from Antiquity to the Middle Ages, Springer.
2014. GRANHOLM, Kennet, Dark Enlightenment. The historical, sociological and discursive contexts of contemporary esoteric magic, Leiden, Boston, Brill (cap. 1 “The study of contemporary magic”, pp. 9-39).
2014. LOPEZ, Hernán, “`Nuestro Redemptor Nasció estando el sol en el primer punto del signo Capricornio`. Pedro Mexía y su lectura astrológica de Jesucristo en el Siglo de Oro español”, en Eadem Utraque Europa, Año 10, nº 15, pp. 93-140.
2014. NEWMAN, William, “Astrology and Society”, en DOODLEY, Brendan, A companion to Astrology in the Renaissance, Leiden – Boston, Brill, pp. 141-192. 
2014. HIRAI, Hiro, “The new Astral Medicine”, en DOODLEY, Brendan, A companion to Astrology in the Renaissance, Leiden – Boston, Brill, pp. 267-287.
2014. VANDEN BROECKE, Steven, “Astrology and Politics”, en DOODLEY, Brendan, A companion to Astrology in the Renaissance, Leiden – Boston, Brill, pp. 193-232.
2014. DOODLEY, Brendan, “Astrology and Science”, DOODLEY, Brendan, A companion to Astrology in the Renaissance, Leiden – Boston, Brill, pp. 233-266.
2014. HEDESAN, Georgiana, “Paracelsian medicine and Theory of Generation in ´Exterior Homo´, a manuscript probably authored by Jan Baptist Van Helmont (1579-1644), en Medical History, 58, 3, pp. 375-396.
2014. VERMIJ, Rienk, “The marginalization of Astrology among Dutch astronomers in the first half of the 17th. Century”, en History of Science, 52, 2, pp. 153-177.
2013. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo y DE MENDONÇA JR., Francisco de Paula (eds.), Presentación del Dossier Historia del Esoterismo Occidental, “La institucionalización de los estudios académicos sobre la historia del esoterismo occidental en América del Sur: el Centro de Estudios sobre el Esoterismo Occidental de la UNASUR. Problemas y desafíos”, en Rey Desnudo, IV, pp. 154-159.
2013. BONER, Patrick J., Kepler`s Cosmological Syntesis. Astrology, Mechanism and the Soul, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2013. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, Western Esotericism. A guide for the perplexed, London, Bloomsbury.
2013. TIMMERMANN, Anke, Verse and transmutation. A corpus of middle English alchemical poetry, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2013. BONER, Patrick J., Kepler`s cosmological syntesis. Astrology, mechanism and the soul, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2013. RAMPLING, Jennifer, “Depicting the Medieval Alchemical Cosmos: George Ripley’s Wheel of Inferior Astronomy”, en Early Science and Medicine, 18, pp. 45-86.
2013. SPOTO, Stephanie, “`Showeth Herself All Naked`: Madimi in John Dee`s conversations with spirits”, en VOSS, Angela, Daimonic Imagination Uncanny Intelligence, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 86-101.
2013. NUMMEDAL, Tara, “Alchemy and Religion in Christian Europe”, en Ambix, 60, 4, pp. 311–322.
2013. FORSHAW, Peter, “'Chemistry, That Starry Science' - Early Modern Conjunctions of Astrology and Alchemy” en CAMPION, Nicholas Campion  & GREENE, Liz, Sky and Symbol, Sophia Centre Press, pp. 143-184.
2013. LOPEZ PEREZ, Miguel, “Spanish Paracelsus Revisited and Decontaminated”, en Azogue, 7, pp. 339-365.
2013. BILAK, Donna, “Alchemy and the End Times: Revelations from the laboratory and library of John Allin, Puritan Alchemist (1623-1683), en Ambix, 60, 4, pp. 390-414.
2013. HEDESAN, Georgiana, “Reproducing the Tree of Life: Radical Prolongation of Life and Biblical Interpretation in Seventeenth-Century medical Alchemy”, en Ambix, 60, 4, pp. 341-360.
2013. FORSHAW, Peter, “´Cabala Chymica or Chemia Cabalistica´ -Early Modern Alchemists and Cabala”, en Ambix, Vol. 60 No. 4, pp. 361–389.
2013. SWERDLOW, N. M., “Copernicus and Astrology”, en Perspectives on Science, 20, 3, pp. 353-378.
2013. TESSICINI, Dario, “The comet of 1577 in Italy: astrological prognostications and cometary theory at the end of the sixteenth century”, en TESSICINI, Dario & BONER, Patrick, Celestial Novelties on the eve of the Scientific Revolution, 1540-1630, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki Editore, pp. 57-85.
2013. AZZOLINI, Mónica, The Duke and the Stars. Astrology and politics in Renaissance Milan, Cambridge, Harvard University Press.
2013. PASI, Marco, “The problems of rejected knowledge: thoughts on Wouter Hanegraaff’s Esotericism and the Academy”, en Religion, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 201–212.
2013. FANGER, Claire, "Magic", en POLLMAN, Karla, OTTEN, Willemien, et al., The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 860-865.
2013. BOGDAN, Henrik & DJURDJEVIC, Gordan (eds.), Occultism in a Global Perspective, Durham, Acumen Publishing.
2013. HAMMER, Olav, “Deconstructing ´Western Esotericism´: on Wouter Hanegraaff´s Esotericism and the Academy”, Religion, 43, 2, pp. 241-251.
2013. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The notion of ´Occult Sciences´ in the wake of Enlightenment”, en NEUGEBAUER, Monika; WOLK, Renko Geffarth & MEUMANN, Markus (eds.), Aufklärung und Esoterik: Wege in die Moderne, Berlín/Boston, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 1-24.
2013. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The power of ideas: esotericism, historicism, and the limits of discourse”, Religion, 43, 2, pp. 252-273.
2013. MATUS, Zachary, “Resurrected Bodies and Roger Bacon’s Elixir”, en Ambix, 60, 4, pp. 323–340.
2013. GIRALT, Sebastià, “The legend of Arnau de Vilanova, from the Middle Ages to the Early Modern Times”, en Micrologus, XXI, pp. 411-445.
2013. MESLER, Katelyn, “The Three Magi and other Christian motif in medieval Hebrew Medical Incantations: a study in the limits of faithful translation”, en FONTAINE, Resianne & FREUDENTHAL, Gad, Latin into Hebrew: Texts and Studies, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 161-221.
2013. IDEL, Moshe, “Anamnesics and Music, or Kabbalah as renaissance before the Renaissance”, en Rivistta di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa, XLIX, 2, pp. 389-413.
2013. VERARDI, Donato, “The Occult in the Natural Magic of Giovan Battista Della Porta and the Phenomena of Tarantism”, en GENESIN, Monica & RIZZO, Luana (Hrsg.), Magie, Tarantismus und Vampirismus Eine interdisziplinäre Annäherung, Hamburg, Verlag Dr. Kovai, pp. 147-159.
2013. STOLZENBERG, Daniel, Athanasius Kircher and the Secrets of Antiquity, Chicago – London, The University of Chicago Press (“Introduction”, pp. 1-36).
2013. ALMÁSI, Gábor, “Tycho Brahe and the Separation of Astronomy from Astrology: The Making of a New Scientific Discourse”, en Science in Context, 26, pp. 3-30.
2013. HAMMER, Olav & ROTHSTEIN, Mikael (eds.), Handbook of the Theosophical Current, Brill, Leiden-Boston.
2013. MENDONÇA Jr., Francisco, “O poeta do Ziferis. Esoterismo e Comunicaçao secreta na obra de Giambattista della Porta”, en Revista Crítica Histórica, IV, 7, pp. 186-208.
2012. CAREY, Hilary, “Henry VII’s Book of Astrology and the Tudor Renaissance” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 65, No. 3, pp. 661-710.
2012. TARRANT, Neil, “Giambattista della Porta and the Roman Inquisition: censorship and the definition of Nature`s limits in sixteenth-century Italy”, en The British Journal for the History of Science, Cambridge, pp. 1- 25.
2012. SCHUCHARD, Marsha K., Emanuel Swedenborg. Secret agent on Earth and in Heaven. Jacobites, Jews and Freemasons in early modern Sweden, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2012. COLLIS, Robert, The Petrine Instauration. Religion, esotericism and science at the Court of Peter the Great, 1689-1725, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2012. MATUS, Zachary A., “Alchemy and Christianity in the Middle Ages”, en History Compass, 10/12, pp. 934-945.
2012. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Textbooks and introductions to Western Esotericism”, en Religion iFirst, DOI:10.1080/0048721X.2012.733245, pp. 1-23.
2012. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Magia y polémicas antimágicas en la España bajo medieval. Enrique de Villena, su Tratado de fascinación o de aojamiento y los límites de la ortodoxia cristiana”, en Revista Prohistoria, año XV, 17, pp. 1-24.
2012. SEGOL, Marla, Word and image in medieval Kabbalah, USA, Palgrave - Macmillan.
2012. BOGDAN, Henrik, “Modern western magic” en Aries, 12, pp. 1-16.
2012. PRINKE, Rafal, “Antemurale Alchimiae. Patrons, readers and practitioners of Alchemy in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth”, en Early Science and Medicine, 17, pp. 523-547.
2011. FORSHAW, Peter, “Marsilio Ficino and the Chemical Arten CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 249-272.
2010. ERNST, Germana, Tommaso Campanella. The Book and the Body of Nature, London, Springer (cap. 4 “Back to Naples and Calabria”, pp. 45-67; cap. 7 “In the Cave of Polyphemus”, pp. 105-137; cap. 9 “New Heavens”, pp. 159-181)
2010. FORSHAW, Peter, “Astrology, ritual and revolution in the works of Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639)”, en BRADY, Andrea & BUTTERWORTH, Emily (ed.), The uses of the future in Early Modern Europe, New York-London, Routledge, pp. 181-197.
2012. MESLER, Katelyn, “The Liber iuratus Honorii and the Christian reception of Angel Magic”, en FANGER, Claire (ed.), Invoking Angels. Theurgies ideas and practices. Thirteenth to Sixteenth centuries,  The Pennsylvania State University Press, pp. 113-151.
2012. SZÖNYI, György, “From the Hieroglyphic Monad to Angel Magic. Semiotic aspects of John Dee´s Esotericism”, en Lexia. Rivista di Semiotica, 11-12, pp. 109-136.
2012. RAMPLING, Jennifer, “Transmission and Transmutation: George Ripley and the Place of English Alchemy in Early Modern Europe”, en Early Science and Medicine, 17, pp. 477-499
2012. PRINKLE, Rafal,Antemurale Alchimiae: Patrons, Readers, and Practitioners of Alchemy in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth”, en Early Science and Medicine, 17, pp. 523-547.
2012. RAMPLING, Jennifer, “John Dee and the alchemists: Practising and promoting English alchemy in the Holy Roman Empire”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 43, pp. 498–508.
2012. SWERDLOW, N. M., “Copernicus and Astrology, with an apendix of traslations of primary sources”, en Perspectives on Sciences, 20, 3, pp. 353-378.
2012. RAMPLING, Jennifer, “John Dee and the sciences: early modern networks of knowledge” en Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 43, pp. 432–436.
2012. ASPREM, Egil, Arguing with Angels, Albany, State University of New York Press (Cap. 1 “The magus and the seer”, pp. 11-28).
2012. DAVIES, Owen, Magic. A very short introduction, New York, Oxford University Press.
2011. MORAN, Bruce T., “Alchemy and the History of Science –Introduction”, en Isis, 102, pp. 300–304.
2011. IDEL, Moshe, Kabbalah in Italy. 1280-1510. A survey, New Haven–London, Yale University Press.
2011. CLUCLAS, Sthepen, “John Dee`s annotations to Ficino`s translation of Plato”, en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 227-249.
2011. FORSHAW, Peter, “Marsilio Ficino and the chemical art”, en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 249-273.
2011. HIRAI, Hiro, “Earth's soul and spontaneous generation: Fortunio liceti's criticism of Ficino's ideas on the origin of life”, en CLUCAS, Sthepen; FORSHAW, Peter; REES, Valery, Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and his influence, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 198-273.
2011. BUTLER, Alison, Victorian occultism and the making of modern magic, Great Britain, Palgrave Macmillan.
2011. LANG, Benedek, “Characters and magic signs in the Picatrix and other Medieval magic texts”, en Acta Classica, XLVII, pp. 69-77.
2011. WESTMAN, Robert, The Copernican question: prognostication, skepticism and celestial order, California, University of California Press.
2011. CHANG, Kevin, “Alchemy as studies of life and matter. Reconsidering the place of vitalism in early modern chemistry”, en Isis, 102, pp. 322-329.
2011. RYAN, Michael A., A Kingdom of Stargazers. Astrology and authority in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon, Ithaca-London, Cornell University Press.
2011. FORSHAW, Peter, “´Behold, the dreamer cometh´: Hyperphysical Magic and Deific Visions in an Early-Modern Lab-Oratory”, en RAYMOND, Joad, Conversations with Angels: Essays Towards a History of Spiritual Communication, 1100-1700, Basingstoke, Palgrave, pp. 175-200.
2011. KASSELL, Lauren, “Secrets revealed: Alchemical Books in early-modern England”, en Science History, XLIX, pp. 62-87.
2011. TAUSIET, María, “Equívoca quintaesencia. Alquimia espiritual y moneda falsa en la España del siglo XVI”, en Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia, LXIII, 2, pp. 319-348.
2011. RODRIGUEZ ARRIBAS, Josefina, “The terminology of Historical Astrogy according to Abraham bar Hiyya and Abraham ibn Ezra” en Aleph, 11, 1, pp. 10-54.
2011. SZONYI, György, “The boom of esoteric publications in seventeeth-century England”, en FINKE, Wayne H., (ed.), A confluence of worlds. Studies in honour of Robert Lima, Delaware, Juan de la Cuesta, pp. 399-415.
2011. NEWMAN, William, “What have we learned from the recent historiography of Alchemy?”, en Isis, 102, 2, pp. 313-321.
2011. NUMMEDAL, Tara, “Words and Works in the History of Alchemy”, en Isis, 102, 2, pp. 330-337.
2011. HIRAI, Hiro, Medical Humanism and Natural Philosophy. Renaissance debates on Matter, Life and the Soul, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2011. PRINCIPE, Lawrence, “Alchemy restored”, en Isis, 102, pp. 305-312.
2011. McINTOSH, Christopher, The Rose Cross at the Age of Reason. Eighteenth century Rosicrucianism in central Europe and its relationship with Enlightenment (1992), U.S.A., Sunny Press (cap. 1 “The Enlightenment, the Aufklärung and their oponents”, pp. 7-23; cap. 2 “Rosicrucianism from its origins to the early 18th Century”, pp. 23-39”; cap. 3 “The Masonic phase”, pp. 39-59; cap. 9 “Rosicrucianism in Poland and Russia”, pp. 147-161)
2010. GODWIN, Jocelyn, “Athanius Kircher`s construction of the Hieroglyphic Tradition”, en KILCHER, Andreas, Constructing Tradition. Means and Myths of Transmission in Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 427-449.
2010. HIRAI, Hiro, “The World Spirit and Quintessence in the Chymical Philosophy of Joseph Du Chesne”, en LOPEZ PEREZ, Miguel; KHAN, Didier; REY BUENO, Mar; Chymia. Science and Nature in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 247-262.
2010. CAREY, Hilary, “Judicial astrology in theory and practice in later medieval Europe”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 90–98.
2010. ACKERMAN SMOLLER, Laura, “`Teste Albumasare Cum Sybila´. Astrology and Sybils in Medieval -Europe”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 76-89.
2010. BURNETT, Charles, “Hebrew and Latin astrology in the twelve century: the example of the location of pain”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 70-75.
2010. KASSELL, Lauren, “Stars, spirits, signs: towards a history of astrology 1100–1800”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 67–69.
2010. ERNST, Germana, Tommaso Campanella. The book and the Body of Nature, New York, Springer.
2010. FORSHAW, Peter, “Astrology, ritual and revolution in the works of Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639)”, en BRADY, Andrea & BUTTERWORTH, Emily (ed.), The uses of the future in Early Modern Europe, New York-London, Routledge, pp. 181-197.
2010. AZZOLINI, Mónica, “The political uses of Astrology: predicting the illness and death of princes, kings, and popes, in the Italian Renaissance”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 135–145.
2010. MATUS, Zachary A., “Alchemy and Christianity in the Middle Ages” en History Compass 10/12, pp. 934–945.
2010. BOGDAN, Henrik, “New Perspectives on Western Esotericism”, en Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 97-105.
2010. CATÁ, Césare, “L´Idea di `Anima Stellata´ nel quatrocento fiorentino. Andrea Da Barberino e la teoría psico-astrologica di Marsilio Ficino” en Bruniana & Campanelliana, XVI, 2, pp. 629-639.
2010. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “The Birth of esotericism from the spirit of protestantism”, en Aries, 10, 2, pp. 197-216.
2010. FORSHAW, Peter, “Oratorium-Auditorium-Laboratorium-: Early Modern improvisations on cabala, music and alchemy”, en Aries, 10, 2, pp. 169-195.
2010. CAMERON, Euan, Enchanted Europe. Supertition. Reason, & Religion. 1250-1750, Great Britain, Oxford University Press.
2010. CAREY, Hilary, “Astrology in the Middle Ages”, en History Compass 8/8, pp. 888–902.
2010. COLLIS, Robert, “Maxim the Greek, Astrology and the Great Conjunction of 1524” en The Slavonic and East European Review, Vol. 88, No. 4, pp. 601-623.
2010. GODWIN, Joscelyn, “Athanasius Kircher`s construction of Hieroglyphic tradition”, en KILCHER, Andreas (ed.), Constructing tradition. Means and myths of transmission in Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 427-449.
2010. Von STUCKRAD, Kocku, Locations of knowledge in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Esoteric discourse and western identities, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2010. DARREL RUTKIN, H., “Mysteries of attraction: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, astrology and desire”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 117–124.
2010. RAMPLING, Jennifer, “The Catalogue of the Ripley Corpus: Alchemical Writings Attributed to George Ripley (d. ca. 1490)”, en Ambix, Vol. 57 No. 2, pp. 125–201.
2010. HUSS, Boaz; PASI, Marco; VON STCKRAD, Kocku, Kabbalah and Modernity, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2010. FORSHAW, Peter, “OratoriumAuditoriumLaboratorium: Early Modern Improvisations on Cabala, Music, and Alchemy”, en Aries, 10.2, pp. 169-195.
2010. ALFONSO-GOLDFARB, Ana María; MENDEZ FERRAZ, Marcia Helena; RATTANSI, Piyo M., “Lost Royal Society documents on `Alkaest`(universal solvent) rediscovered”, en Notes & Records of the Royal Society, 64, pp. 435-456.
2010. PRINKLE, Rafal, “Beyond patronage: Michael Sendivogius and the meanings of success in Alchemy”, en LOPEZ PEREZ, Miguel; KHAN, Didier; REY BUENO, Mar; Chymia. Science and Nature in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 175 - 231.
2010. MAGGI, Armando, “Tommaso Campanella`s Philosophy and the birth of Modern Science”, en Modern Philology, 107, 3, pp. 475-492.
2010. TOMLIN, T. J., “´Astrology is from Heaven not from Hell´. The religious significance in early American almanacs”, en Early American Studies. An interdisciplinary journal, 8, 2, pp. 287-321.
2010. KOCISZEWSKA, Ewa, “Astrology and Empire. A device for the Valois King of Poland”, en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 73, pp. 221-255.
2010. COLLINS, David J., “´Magnus or Magus?´ Magic, Natural Philosophy and religious reform in the late middle ages”, en Renaissance Quarterly, 63, 1, pp. 1-44.
2010. WEILL-PAROT, Nicolas, “Astrology, astral influences and occult properties in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries”, en Traditio, 65, pp. 201-230.
2010. BOUDET, Jean-Patrice, “A `college of astrology and medicine`? Charles V, Gervais Chrétien and the scientific manuscripts of Maitre Gervais`s College”, en Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 41, pp. 99-108.
2010. FAIVRE, Antoine, Western Esotericism. A concise history (1992), USA., State University of New York Press (“Introduction”, pp. 1-22, cap. 3 “Esotericism in the shadows of Enlightenment”, pp. 53-69).
2009. REY BUENO, Mar, “La Mayson por Distillers des Eaües at El Escorial: alchemy and medicine at the court of Philip II, 1556-1598” en HUGET-TERMES, Teresa; ARRIZABALAGA, Jon; COOK, Harold J., Health and medicine in Hasburg Spain: agents, practices, representations (Medical History, Supplement N°. 29) London, pp. 26-39.
2009. GRANHOLM, Kennet, “The sociology of esotericism”, en Oxford Handbook Online, Oxford University Press, pp. 1-13
2009. FARLEY, Helen, A Cultural History of Tarot: from entertainment to esotericism, London, IB Tauris & co. (cap. 1 “Origins and antecedents”, pp. 6-33; cap. 2 “Renaissance Italy and the emergence of Tarot”, pp. 33-50; cap. 4 “The transformation of Tarot into an Esoteric Device”, pp.  93-121).
2009. MORESCHINI, Claudio, “Il commento al Corpus Hermeticum di François Foix-Candale: annotazioni storiche e filologiche”, en Aries, 9, 1, pp. 37-58.
2009. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Ten years of studying and teaching Western Esotericism” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter y PIJNENBURG, Joyce, Hermes in the Academy. Ten years` study of Western Esotericism at the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, pp. 17-31.
2009. LOPEZ PEREZ, Miguel, “La alquimia en el nuevo mundo: datos para su consideración”, en The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies, Vol. 7, pp. 185–201
2009. LANUZA-NAVARRO, Tayra, “Astrological Literature in Seventeenth-Century Spain”, en The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies, Vol. 7, pp. 119–136
2009. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo “La cabeza encantada, risa y polémicas antimágicas en el Quijote de la Mancha” en GONZALEZ, María Luz, (comp.), Historia Moderna. Viejos y nuevos problemas, Mar del Plata, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata-Eudem, pp. 101-112.
2009. BRACH, Jean-Pierre, “Mathematical esotericism: some perspectives on Renaissance Arithmology” en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter y PIJNENBURG, Joyce, Hermes in the Academy. Ten years` study of Western Esotericism at the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, pp. 75-90.
2009. DAVIES, Owen, Grimoires. A History of Magic Books, Oxford – New York, Oxford University Press.
2009. SERRANO LARRAYOS, Fernando, “Astrólogos y astrología al servicio de la monarquía Navarra durante la Baja Edad Media (1350-1446)” en Anuario de Estudios Medievales, 39/2, pp. 539-554.
2009. GODWIN, Joscelyn, La música de las esferas. Un libro de consulta sobre la tradición pitagórica en la Música, Girona, Atalanta (Cap. III “Renacimiento”, pp. 217-287; Cap. IV “Barroco”, pp. 287-317).
2009. MEACHAM, Sarah, Every home a distillery. Alcohol, Gender and Technology in the Colonial Chesapeake, Baltimore, The John Hopkins University Press.   
2009. NEWMAN, William, “Brian Vickers on Alchemy and the Occult: A Response”, en Perspectives on Science, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 481-506.
2009. EAMON, William, “`Nuestros males no son constitucionales sino circunstanciales`. The Black Legend and the History of Early Modern Spanish Science”, en The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies, 7, pp. 13-30.
2009. WILLIAMS, Alan, “A note on liquid iron in Medieval Europe”, en Ambix, 56, 1, pp. 58-65.
2008. COPENHAVER, Brian P., “Magic”, en PARK, Katharine; DASTON, Lorraine (eds.), The Cambridge History of Science. Vol. 3. Early Modern Science, New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 518-541.
2008. NEWMAN, William, “From Alchemy to `Chimistry`”, en AAVV., Cambridge History Online, Cambridge University Press, pp. 497-517.
2008. JANACEK, Bruce, “A virtuoso`s history: Antiquarianism and the transmission of knowledge in the alchemical studies of Elias Ashmole”, en Journal of the History of Ideas, 69, 3, pp. 395-417.
2008. TOBIENNE Jr., Francis, The position of Magic in selected medieval Spanish texts, Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
2008. HENRY, John, “The fragmentation of Renaissance Occultism and the decline of magic”, en Hist. Sci., XLVI, pp. 1-48.
2008. FORSHAW, Peter, “Paradoxes, Absurdities, and Madness”: Conflict over Alchemy, Magic and Medicine in the Works of Andreas Libavius and Heinrich Khunrath”, en Early Science and Medicine, 13, pp. 53-81.
2008. HAUGE, Peter, “Robert Fludd (1574-1637): a musical charlatan? A contextual study of his Temple of Music (1617-1618”, en International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, 39, 1, p. 3-29.
2008. AZZOLINI, Mónica, “Annius of Viterbo Astrologer: Predicting the death of Ferrante of Aragon, King of Naples”, en Bruniana & Campanelliana, XIV, 2, pp. 575-588.
2008. CRISCIANI, Chiara, “Alchimia, alchimisti e corti nel tardo medioevo: documenti e racconti”, en Micrologus, XVI, pp. 433-457.
2008. HAUGE, Peter, “Robert Fludd (1574-1637): a musical charlatan? A contextual study of his Temple of Music (1617-1618”, en International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, 39, 1, p. 3-29.
2008. PASI, Marco, “Il problema della definizione dell`esoterismo: analisi critica e proposte per la ricerca futura”, en GROSSATO, Alessandro, Forme e correnti dell`esoterismo occidentale, Milano, Edizioni Medusa, pp. 205-228.
2008. LANG, Benedek, Unlocked books. Manuscripts of Learned Magic in the Medieval Libraries of Central Europe, Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press.
2008. CRISCIANI, Chiara, “Opus and sermo: The Relationship between Alchemy and Prophecy (12th-14th Centuries)” en Early Science and Medicine, 13, pp. 4-24.
2008. MATHEWS, Steven, Theology and Science in the thought of Francis Bacon, USA, Ashgate.
2008. EDELHEIT, Amos, Ficino, Pico, and Savonarola: the evolution of humanist theology 1461/2-1498, Leiden, Brill.
2008. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter “Under the Mantle of Love: The mystical eroticisms of Marsilio Ficino and Giordano Bruno”, en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter y KRIPAL, Jeffrey (ed.), Hidden intercourse. Eros and sexuality in the History of Western Esotericism, Leiden, Brill, pp. 175-209.
2008. GONZALEZ MANJARRES, Miguel Angel, “Los usos del Examen de Huarte en La Fisiognomía Humana de Della Porta”, en Res Publica Litterarvm –Suplemento Monográfico Tradición Clásica y Universidad- Madrid, Universidad Carlos III, pp. 3-14.
2008. MERCHANT, Carolyn, “The Bacon debates revisited”, en Journal of the History of Ideas, 69, 1, pp. 147-162.
2008. ROOS, Anne Marie, “`Magic coins` and `Magic squares`. The discovery of Astrological Sigils in the Oldemburg Letters”, en Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 62, 3, pp. 271-288.
2007. BUBELLO, Juan Pablo, “Los `magos` Moisés y Jesucristo: la reivindicación de la “Magia” en Thomas Vaughan`s Magia Adamica or the Antiquities of Magic (1650)”, en GONZALEZ, María Luz (comp.), Estudios de Historia Moderna. Contextos, teorías y prácticas historiográficas, Mar del Plata, Univ. Nac. Mar del Plata-Eudem, pp. 133-163.
2007. BLOM, Maureen, Jewish Mysticism and magic, London and New York, Routledge.
2007. RODRÍGUEZ GUERRERO, José, "Vendedores de panaceas alquímicas entre los siglos XVI y XVII”, en Azogue, nº 5, pp. 90-99.
2007. FALCO, Raphael, “Marsilio Ficino and Vatic myth”, en MLN, 22, 1, pp. 101-122.
2007. NUMMEDAL, Tara, Alchemy and authority in the Holy Roman Empire, Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
2007. DEAR, Peter, La Revolución de las Ciencias. El conocimiento europeo y sus expectativas (1500-1700) (2001), Madrid, Marcial Pons (“Prólogo”, pp. 9-17).
2007. KASSELL, Lauren, Medicine & Magic in Elizabethan London. Simon Forman: astrologer, alchemist, & physician, New York, Oxford.
2007. RODRÍGUEZ GUERRERO, José, "Desarrollo y madurez del concepto de Quintaesencia alquímica en la Europa medieval (s. XII-XIV)”, en Azogue, nº 5, pp. 30-56.
2007. TAUSIET, María, Abracadabra Omnipotens. Magia urbana en Zaragoza en la Edad Moderna, España, Siglo XXI.
2007. CHAPMAN, Alison, “Astrology, almanacs and English Protestantism”, en Renaissance Quarterly, 60, 4, pp. 1257-1290.
2007. SHACKELFORD, Jole, “Western esotericism and the History of European Science and Medicine in the Early Modern Period”, en Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis. XX, Finland, pp. 174-203.
2007. KLAASSEN, Frank, “Learning and Masculinity in Manuscripts of Ritual Magic of the Later Middle Ages and Renaissance”, en The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 49-76.
2007. WATKINS, C. S., History and the supernatural in medieval England, New York, Cambridge University Press.
2007. MANDOSIO, Jean Marc, “Problèmes et controverses: à propos de quelques publications récentes sur la magie au Moyen Age et à la Renaissance“ en Aries, 7, pp. 207-225.  
2007. VERSLUIS, Arthur, Magic and mysticism. An introduction to Western Esotericism, USA, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (cap. 4 “The medieval era”, pp. 45-75)
2007. HIRAI, Hiro, “Interprétation chymique de la creation et origine corpusculaire de la vie chez Athanasius Kircher”, en Annals of Science, 64, 2, pp. pp. 271-234.
2007. FAIVRE, Antoine, L´ésoterisme, P. U. F., « Que sais-je ?», pp. 3-29
2007. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Pseudo-Lullian Alchemy and the Mecurial Phoenix: Giovanni da Corregio´s De Quercu Iulii pontificis sive De lapide philosophico”, en PRINCIPE, Lawrence M. (ed.), Chymists and Chymistry: Studies in the History of Alchemy and Early Modern Chemistry, Watson Publishing International LLC, Sagamore Beach, pp. 101-112.
2007. HARKNESS, Deborah, The jewel house. Elizabethan London and the Scientific Revolution, New Heaven & London, Yale University Press.
2007. KATSIAMPOURA, Gianna, “Transmutation of Matter in Byzantium: The Case of Michael Psellos, the Alchemist”, en Sci & Educ, Springer, pp. 1-6.
2007. SCHENK, Gerrit J., “‘...prima ci fu la cagione de la mala provedenza de Fiorentini...’ Disaster and ‘Life World’ Reactions in the Commune of Florence to the Flood of November 1333”, en The Medieval History Journal, 10, 355-386.
2007. GARCIA VALVERDE, José, “El galenismo crítico de Girolamo Cardano: análisis de la presencia de Galeno en el De Inmortalitate Animorum”, en Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia, vol. LIX, nº 1, pp. 35-64.
2007. BAILEY, Michael, Magic and Superstition in Europe. A concise history from Antiquity to the Present, USA, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers INC.
2007. SALIBA, George, Islamic science and de making of the European Renaissance, London, The MIT Press.
2007. LEHRICH, Christopher, The occult mind. Magic in theory and practice, Ithaca and London, Cornell University Press.
2007. HIRAI, Hiro, “Kircher´s Chymical interpretations of the Creation and spontaneous generation”, en PRINCIPE, Lawrence (ed.), Chymists and Chymistry. Studies in the History of Alchemy and Early Modern Chymistry, USA, Chemical Heritage Foundation, pp. 77-87.
2007. VERSLUIS, Arthur, Magic and mysticism. An introduction to Western Esotericism, USA, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
2007. BROOKS, Jeanice, “Music as erotic magic in a Renaissance Romance”, en Renaissance Quarterly, 60, 4, pp. 1207-1256.
2007. ZOCCATELLI, Pier Luigi, “Notes pour servir à una sociologie de l`ésotérisme”, en BRACH, Jean Pierre & ROUSSE-LACORDAIRE, Jérome (dirs.), Etudes d´histoire de l´ésotérisme, Paris, Les Editions du CERF., pp. 35-43.
2007. GIRALT, Sebastià, “La epístola contra la nigromancia de Arnau de Vilanova”, en La Corónica, 36, 1, pp. 173-187.
2007. HAYTON, Darin, “Martin Bylica at the Court of Matthias Corvinus: astrology and politics in Renaissance Hungary”, en Centaurus, 49, 3, pp. 185-198.
2007. BELL, Karl, “Breaking Modernity spell. Magic and modern history”,  en Cultural and Social History, 4, 1, pp. 115-122.
2007. BOGDAN, Henrik, Western esotericism and rituals of initiation, USA., State University of New York Press (cap. 4. “The emergence of Freemasonry”, pp. 67-95)
2006. KAHN, D. “The Rosicrucian hoax in France (1623-1624)” en NEWMAN, William and GRAFTON, Anthony, Secrets of Nature. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe (2001), London, Cambridge, The M.I.T. Press, pp. 235-345.
2006. EDIGHOFFER, Roland, “Rosicrucianism II: 18th. Century”, en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 1014-1018.
2006. NEWMAN, William and GRAFTON, Anthony, “The problematic status of Astrology and Alchemy in premodern Europe” en NEWMAN, William and GRAFTON, Anthony, Secrets of Nature. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe (2001), London, Cambridge, The M.I.T. Press, pp. 1-37.
2006. SALIBA, George, “Revisiting the astronomical contacts between the world of Islam and Renaissance Europe. The Byzantine connection”, en MAGADALINO, Paul & MAVROUNDI, María, The Occult Sciences in Byzantium, Geneva, La Pomme d'Or, pp. 361-375.
2006. HOLO, Joshua, “Hebrew Astrology in Byzantine Southern Italy”, en MAGADALINO, Paul & MAVROUNDI, María, The Occult Sciences in Byzantium, Geneva, La Pomme d'Or, pp. 291-325.
2006. SZULAKOWSKA, Ursula, The Sacrificial Body and the Day of Doom. Alchemy and apocalyptic discourse in the Protestant Reformation, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2006. KASSELL, Lauren, "´All was this land full fill'd of faerie´ or Magic and the Past in Early Modern England”, en Journal of the History of Ideas; 67, 1, pp. 107 – 122.
2006. STOLZENBERG, Daniel, “Utility, edification and superstition: Jesuit censorship and Athanasius Kircher`s Oedipus Aegyptiacus”, en O`MALLEY, John (ed.) The Jesuits II. Cultures, sciences and the arts. 1540-1773, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, pp. 336-354.   
2006. DAN, Joseph, Kabbalah. A very short introduction, New York, Oxford University Press (cap. 5. “Modern Times I. The Christian Kabbalah”, pp. 61-70)
2006. CLUCAS, Stephen, “John Dee´s angelic conversations and the Ars Notoria”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 231-273.
2006. LANG, Benedek, “The criminalization of Possessing Necromantic Books in Fifteenth-century Krakow”, en WÜNSCH, T. (ed.), Religion und Magie in Ostmitteleuropa, Berlin, LIT Verlag, pp. 257-271.         
2006. RIDER, Catherine, Magic and impotence in the Middle Ages, New York, Oxford University Press.
2006. PERRONE COMPAGNI, Vittoria, “Circe, la «virtus loci», il determinismo nel De incantationibus di Pomponazzien Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia (Nuova Serie), XII, Firenze University Press, pp. 5-32.
2006. GOWLAND, Angus, The worlds of Renaissance Melancholy. Robert Burton in context, New York, Cambridge University Press (cap. 1 “The medical theory of melancholy”, pp. 33-98).
2006. ZOCCATELLI, Pier Luigi, “Note per uno studio scientifico dell`esoterismo” en GIORDAN, Giuseppe (a cura di), Tra religione e spiritualitá. Il rapporto con il sacro nell´epoca del pluralismo, Milano, Franco Angeli, pp. 222-234.
2006. FAIVRE, Antoine, “Kocku von Stuckrad et la notion d´esoterisme“ en Aries, 6, pp. 205-214.
2006. BAILEY, Michael, "The meanings of Magic”, en Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft, University of Pennsylvania Press, Vol. 1, 1, pp. 1-23.
2006. CABALLARO, Federico, “The alchemical significance of John Dee´s Monas Hieroglyphica”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 159-176.
2006. SKEMER, Don, Binding Words. Textual amulets in the Middle Ages, Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press.
2006. SZULAKOWSKA, Ursula, The Sacrificial Body and the Day of Doom. Alchemy and apocalyptic discourse in the Protestan Reformation, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2006. CLUCAS, Stephen, “Introduction. Intellectual history and the identity of John Dee”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 1-22.
2006. KASSELL, Lauren, Medicine and Magic in Elizabethan London. Simon Forman: Astrologer, Alchemist and Physician, USA, Oxford University Press.
2006. DE LEON-JONES, Karen, “John Dee and the Kabbalah”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 143-158.
2006. KASSELL, Lauren, “The food of Angels: Simon Forman`s Alchemical Medicine” en NEWMAN, William and GRAFTON, Anthony, Secrets of Nature. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe (2001), London, Cambridge, The M.I.T. Press, pp. 345-385.
2006. FURTON, Joseph S., Fermentation. Vital or chemical process?, Leiden-Boston, Brill (cap. I. “Aristotle to Paracelsus”, pp. 1-15; cap. II. “Van Helmont to Black”, pp. 16-40)
2006. SZÖNYI, György, “Paracelsus, scrying, ant the Lingua Adamica. Contexts for John Dee´s Angel Magic”, en CLUCAS, Stephen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought, Netherlands, Springler, pp. 207-229.
2006. PEREIRA, Michaela, Alchimia. I testi della tradizione occidentale, Milano, Mondadori.
2006. EDIGHOFFER, Roland, “Rosicrucianism I: First half of the 17th. Century”, en HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, FAIVRE, Antoine, Van der BROEK, Roelof, BRACH, Jean-Pierre, Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 1009-1014.
2006. ROSSI, Paolo, Il tempo dei maghi. Rinascimento e modernità. Milano, Rafaello Cortina Editore (cap. 7 “Tradizione ermetica e rivoluzione scientifica”, pp. 269-305)
2005. SCHNEIDER, Ivo, “Between Rosicrucians and Cabbala –Johannes Faulhaber´s Mathematics of Biblical Numbers”, en KOETSIER, T., & BERGMANS, L., Mathematics and the Divine: a historical study, Amsterdam Elsevier, pp. 311-330.
2005. McLEAN, Ian, “Heterodoxy in Natural Philosophy and Medicine: Pietro Pomponazzi, Guglielmo Gratarolo, Girolamo Cardano”, en BROOKE, John; MCLEAN, Ian (eds.), Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion, New York, Oxford University Press, pp. 1-21.
2005. FORSHAW, Peter, “The early alchemical reception of John Dee´s Monas Hierogliphyca”, en Ambix, Vol. 52, 3, pp. 247-269.
2005. MORAN, Bruce T., Distilling knowledge. Alchemy, chemistry and the Scientific Revolution, London, Harvard University Press.
2005. KASSELL, Laurem “The Economy of Magic in Early Modern England”, en PELLING, Margaret & MANDELBROTE, Scott (eds.), The Practice of Reform in Health, Medicine, and Science, 1500-2000: Essays for Charles Webster, Aldershot, Ashgate, pp. 43-57.
2005. AZZOLINI, Mónica, “Reading health in the stars. Politics and medical astrology in Renaissance Milan”, en OESTMANN, Günther; RUTKIN, H. Darrel; von STUCKRAD, Kocku, Horoscopes and Public Spheres. Essays on the history of astrology, New York, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 183-205.
2005. WARBURG, Aby, “Arte italiano y astrología internacional en el Palazzo Schifanoia de Ferrara” (1912) en WARBURG, Aby, El Renacimiento del Paganismo. Aportaciones a la historia cultural del Renacimiento Europeo, Madrid, Alianza, pp. 415-439.
2005. SCHWARTZ, Dov, Studies of Astral Magic in medieval Jewish thought, Leiden – Boston, Brill.
2005. PORTER, Martin, Windows of the Soul. The art of Phisiognomy in European Culture 1470-1780, New York, Oxford University Press (cap. 3 “The troubling emergence of the `Egyptian` in early modern Europe”, pp. 120-172)
2005. HAMMER, Olav, “Transgressing Boundaries: Magic and Rationalism in Two Renaissance Philosophers”, en Res Cogitans, vol. 2, 1-21.
2005. HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, “Forbidden Knowledge. Anti-Esoteric Polemics and Academic Reserarch”, Aries, V, 2, pp. 225-254.
2005. GIRALT, Sebastià, “Un Alquimista medieval per als temps moderns: edicions del corpus alquímic atribuït a Arnau de Vilanova en llur context (c.1477-1754)” en Arxiu de textos catalans antics, Nº 23-24, pp. 61-128.
2005. SZÖNYI, György, “The Occult Sciences in Early Modern Hungary in a Central European context”, en SZEGHYOVÁ, Blanka (ed.), The role of magic in the past. Learned and popular magic, popular beliefs and diversity of attitudes, Bratislava, Pro-Historia, pp. 29-44.
2005. Von STUCKRAD, Kocku, A brief history of secret knowledge, London, Equinox Publishing Ltd.
2005. BROSSEDER, Claudia, “The writing in the Wittemberg sky: Astrology in sixteenth-century Germany”, en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 66, 4, pp. 557-576.
2005. Von STUCKRAD, Kocku, “Western esotericism: towards an integrative model of interpretation”, en Religion, 35, pp. 78-97.
2005. CURRY, Patrick, “The historiography of Astrology: a diagnosis and a prescription”, en OESTMANN, Günther; RUTKIN, H. Darrel; von STUCKRAD, Kocku, Horoscopes and Public Spheres. Essays on the history of astrology, New York, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 261-274.
2005. SOLIS SANTOS, Carlos, “Erudición, magia y espectáculo: el juicio de las República de las Letras sobre Athanasius Kircher”, en ÉNDOXA: Series Filosóficas, nº 19, pp. 243-313.
2005. KNOBLOCH, E., “Mathematics and the Divine: Athanasius Kircher”, en KOETSIER, T., & BERGMANS, L., Mathematics and the Divine: a historical study, Amsterdam Elsevier, pp. 331-346.
2005. ROGERS, Mathew D., “The Angelical Stone of Elias Ashmole” en Aries, 5, 1, pp. 61-90.
2005. NEWMAN, William R. & PRINCIPE, Lawrence M., Alchemy tried in the fire. Starkey, Boyle and the fate of Helmontian Chymistry, Chicago & London, The University of Chicago Press.
2004. STOLZENBERG, Daniel, “Oedipus censored: Censurae of Athanasius Kircher`s Works in the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu”, en Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu, pp. 3-52.   
2004. FINDLEN, Paula, “Introduction. The last man who knew everything… or did he?” en FINDLEN, Paula, Athanasius Kircher: The Last Man Who Knew Everything, Routledge, pp. 1-48.
2004. FIGALA, Karin, “Newton`s Alchemy”, en COHEN, I. Bernard & SMITH, George E., The Cambridge Companion to Newton, UK, Cambridge University Press, pp. 370-387.
2004. NEWMAN, William, “The background of Newton`s chimistry”, en COHEN, I. Bernard & SMITH, George E., The Cambridge Companion to Newton, UK, Cambridge University Press, pp. 358-370.
2004. STOLZENBERG, Daniel, “Four Trees, Some Amulets and the Seventy-Two Names of God. Kircher reveals the Kabbalah”, en FINDLEN, Paula, Athanasius Kircher: The Last Man Who Knew Everything, Routledge, pp. 149-169.
2004. COSTA, Adalgisa Bothelo da, “O Repertorio dos Tempos de André do Avelar e a História da Astrologia em Portugal no século XVI”, en MARTINS, L. A.; MARTINS, L. A.C.P.; SILVA, C. C.; FERREIRA, J. M. H. (eds.), Filosofía e História da ciencia no Cone Sul: 3º Encontro, Campinas, AFHIC, pp. 1-7.
2004. POMPEO FARACOVI, Ornella, “L’homme et le cosmos à la Renaissance. «Le ciel en nous» dans une lettre de Marsile Ficin”, Diogène, 2004/3, N° 207, pp. 64-71.
2004. YATES, Frances, The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age (1979), London and New York, Routledge Classics (cap. 16 “Christian Cabala and Rosicrucianism”, pp. 197-206)
2004. NEWMAN, William R., Promethean Ambitions. Alchemy and the Quest to Perfect Nature¸ Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press (cap. 4 “Artificial life and the Homunculus”, pp. 164-237).
2004. SZÖNYI, György, John Dee`s occultism. Magical exaltation through powerfull signs, New York, State University of New York Press.
2004. MAWBY, Paris, “The Worm in the Bud: Esotericism, Secrecy, and the Rosicrucians” en Esotericism and the Control of Knowledge. Sydney Studies in Religion, 5, pp. 287-305.
2004. KILCHER, Andreas “The Moses of Sinai and the Moses of Egypt: Moses as magician in jewish literature and western esotericism” en Aries, Vol. 4, 2, pp. 148-170.
2003. SZULAKOWSKA, Urszula, “The apocalyptic Eucharist and religious dissidence in Stefan Michelspacher`s Cabala: Spiegel Der Kunst Und Natur, in Alchymia (1616)”, en Aries, 3, 2, pp. 200-223.
2003. LINDEN, Stanton J., The alchemy reader. From Hermes Trismegistus to Isaac Newton, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
2003. JOLY, Bernard, “Francis Bacon réformateur de l’alchimie: tradition alchimique et invention scientifique au début du XVIIe siècle”, en Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger, Tome 128, n° 1, pp. 23-40.
2003. DEBUS, Allen, “The Chemical Philosophy and the Scientific Revolution” en HELLYER, Marcus, The Scientific Revolution, USA., Blackwell Pub. Ltd., pp. 157-177.
2003. SHACKELFORD, Jole, “Paracelsianism and the Orthodox Lutheran Rejection of Vital Philosophy in Early Seventeenth-Century Denmark”, en Early Science and Medicine, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 210-252
2003. KLAASSEN, Frank, “Medieval ritual magic in the Renaissance” en Aries, Vol. 3, 2, pp.166-199.
2003. MAÑAZ NUÑEZ, Manuel, “El De uanitate Scientarum de Cornelio Agrippa: vituperio de las ciencias y Elogio del asno”, en Revista de Estudios Latinos, 3, pp. 183-203.
2003. SCOTT LUCAS, John, Astrology and numerology in Medieval and Early Modern Catalonia, Leiden-Boston, Brill.
2003. MAILLARD, Christine, “Alchimie et Hétérodoxie: critiques et mises en cause du `Christianisme Chymique` dans l`espace germanique au XVIIe Siècle”, en Aries, Vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1-24.
2003. SAIBER, Arielle, “Ornamental Flourishes in Giordano Bruno's Geometry” en The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 729-745.
2003. GRAFTON, Anthony, “Some Uses of Eclipses in Early Modern Chronology” en Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 64, No. 2, pp. 213-229
2003. COHEN, Esther, Con el Diablo en el cuerpo. Filósofos y Brujas en el Renacimiento, México, UNAM-Taurus (cap. “La Venus desdoblada. En torno a la filosofía del amor en Ficino”, pp. 73-93; cap. “Pico de la Mirándola y la letra mágica de la cábala judía”, pp. 93-113; cap. “Agrippa, el mago”, pp. 113-133).
2002. TILTON, Hereward, “Regni Christi Frater: Count Michael Maier and The Fraternity R. C.”, en Aries, Vol. 2, 1, pp. 3-33.
2002. SCHOENER, Gustav Adolf, “Astrology. Between Religion and the Empirical”, en Esotérica, Vol. IV, pp. 29-60.
2002/2003. VERSLUIS, Arthur, "What is Esoteric? Methods in the Study of Western Esotericism" en Esoterica (Vol. IV, pp. 1-15 -1era. parte-; Vol. V, pp. 27-40 -2da. parte)
2002. LINDBERG, David, Los inicios de la Ciencia Occidental. La tradición científica europea en el contexto filosófico, religioso e institucional (desde el 650 a. C. hasta 1450) (University of Chicago Press, 1992), Barcelona, Paidós (cap. 11 “El cosmos medieval”, pp. 311-355)
2002. FARINELLA, Alessandro y PRESTON, Carole, “Giordano Bruno: neoplatonism and the `Wheel of Memory` in the De Umbris Idearum” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 55, 2, pp. 596-624.
2002. IDEL, Moshe, Absorbing Perfections. Kabbalah and interpretation, New Heaven – London, Yale University Press.
2002. PETROPOULOS, J. C. B., “Magic in Byzantium”, en PETROPOULOS, J. C. B. (ed.), Greek Magic, ancient, medieval and modern, London & New York, Routledge, pp. 41-44.
2001. GIBBONS, B. J., Spirituality and the Occult. From the Renaissance to the Modern Age, London and New York, Routledge.
2001. PAGE, Sophie, “Richard Trewythian and the Uses of Astrology in Late Medieval England”, en Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 64, pp. 193-228.
2001. HIRAI, Hiro, “Paracelsisme, néoplatonisme et medicine hermétique dans la théorie de la matiére de Joseph du Chesne a travers son Ad Veritatem Hermeticae Medicinae (1604)”, en Archives Internationales d´Histoire des Sciences, 51, 146, pp. 9-37.
2001. JANOWITZ, Naomi, Magic in the Roman world. Pagans, jews and Christians, London and New York, Routledge (cap. 1 “Greco-Roman, Christian and Jewish concepts of Magic”, pp. 9-27; cap. 4 “Using natural forces for divine goals: Maria the Jewess and the early alchemy”, pp. 59-70)
2001. STOLZENBERG, Daniel, “The Connoisseur of Magic”, en STOLZENBERG, Daniel (ed.), The Great Art of Knowing. The Baroque Encyclopedia of Athanasius Kircher, Stanford University Libraries, pp. 49-59.
2001. GRANADA, Miguel Angel, “Giordano Bruno y el final de la Cosmología Aristotélica”, en AAVV., Galileo y la gestación de la ciencia moderna, Canarias, A. Alejandre, G. Lopez ed., pp. 97-118.
2001. MAGEE, Glenn Alexander, Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition, USA, Cornell University Press.
2001. DEMETRA George, 'Manuel I Komnenos and Michael Glycas: A Twelfth-Century Defence and Refutation of Astrology', en Culture and Cosmos Vol. 5, no 1, pp. 3-48.
2001. HORNUNG, Erik, The secret lore of Egypt: its impact on the West, USA, Cornell University Press, (caps. 9 “Medieval traditions” pp. 73-83, 10 “The renaissance of Hermetism and Hieroglyphs”, pp. 83-92).
2001. HUNTER, Michael, The Occult Laboratory. Magic, science and second sight in late seventeenth-century Scotland, Great Britain, The Boydell Press.
2001. PEREIRA, Michaela, “Elixir vitae. Los orígenes de la farmacología alquímica”, en PUERTO, J.; ALEGRE, M. E.; REY BUENO, M.; LOPEZ, M. (coords.), Los hijos de Hermes. Alquimia y espagiria en la terapéutica española moderna, Madrid, Corona Borealis, pp. 93-104.
2001. GATTI, Hilary, “The State of Giordano Bruno Studies at the End of the Four-Hundredth Centenary of the Philosopher's Death” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 252-261
2001. RODRÍGUEZ GUERRERO, José, "Censura y Paracelsismo durante el Reinado de Felipe II", en Azogue, nº 4.
2001. MASON, Sthepen, Historia de las ciencias. 2. La Revolución Científica de los siglos XVI y XVII (1962), Madrid, Alianza (cap. 9 “De la Alquimia a la Química médica”, pp. 137-157)
2001. PUERTO, Javier, “Alquimistas, destiladores y simplistas en la corte de Felipe II” en PUERTO, Javier; ALEGRE, María E.; REY BUENO, Mar; LOPEZ, Miguel (coords.) Los hijos de Hermes. Alquimia y espagiria en la terapéutica española moderna, Madrid, Corona Borealis, pp. 349-371.
2001. DEBUS, Allen, “Paracelso y el retraso de la revolución científica en España: el legado de Felipe II” en PUERTO, Javier; ALEGRE, María E.; REY BUENO, Mar; LOPEZ, Miguel (coords.) Los hijos de Hermes. Alquimia y espagiria en la terapéutica española moderna, Madrid, Corona Borealis, pp. 243-258.
2001. VERSLUIS, Arthur, The esoteric origins of the American Renaissance, USA., Oxford University Press.
2000. WALKER, D. P., Spiritual & Demonic Magic from Ficino to Campanella (1958), Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press  (Cap. VII. “Campanella”, pp. 203-236)
2000. CRISCIANI, Chiara, “Hermeticism and Alchemy: The Case of Ludovico Lazzarelli” en Early Science and Medicine, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 145- 159.
2000. MALLARY MASTERS, G., “Cábala Renacentista“ en FAIVRE, Antoine, NEEDLEMAN, J. [comps.], Espiritualidad de los movimientos esotéricos modernos [1992] Bs. As., Paidós-Orientalia, pp. 195-221.
2000. PEREYRA, Michela, “Alchemy and Hermeticism: An Introduction to This Issue”, en Early Science and Medicine, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 115- 120.
2000. WALKER, D. P., Spiritual & Demonic Magic from Ficino to Campanella (1958), Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press.
2000. LELLI, Fabrizio, “`Prisca Philosophia` and `Docta Religio`: The boundaries of rational knowledge in Jewish and Christian humanist thought”, en The Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. 91, nro. 1/2, pp. 53-99.
2000. HANAFI, Zaniya, Monster in the machine. Magic, medicine and the marvelous in the time of the Scientific Revolution, Durham & London, Duke University Press.
2000. ROLLO, David, Glamorous sorcery. Magic and literacy in the High Middle Ages, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.
2000. LAURANT, Jean Pierre, “Características generales del esoterismo del siglo XIX” en FAIVRE, Antoine, NEEDLEMAN, Jacob [comps.], Espiritualidad de los movimientos esotéricos modernos [1992] Bs. As., Paidós Orientalia, pp. 369-382.
1999. GODWIN, Joscelyn, “The deepest of the rosicrucians: Michael Maier” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 99-125.
1999. CHAVES, José Ricardo, “Magia y ocultismo en el siglo XIX” COHEN, Esther y VILLASEÑOR, Patricia (ed.) De filósofos, magos y brujas, España, Azul Editorial-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, pp. 247-277.
1999. HARKNESS, Deborah, “Alchemy and Eschatology: Exploring the Connections between John Dee and Isaac Newton”, en FORCE, I.E. & POPKIN, R.H. (eds.), Newton and Religion, Kluwer Academic Pub., pp. 1-15.
1999. VOELKEL, James R., Johannes Kepler and the new astronomy, New Ypork, Oxford University Press.
1999. ZAMBELLI, Paola, “Perspectivas escolásticas y humanistas del Hermetismo y la Brujería” (1988) traducido y publicado en COHEN, Esther y VILLASEÑOR, Patricia -eds.-, De filósofos, magos y brujas, España, Azul Editorial, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, pp. 59-100.
1999. BRAVO, Elia, “Las diversas valoraciones de la magia en el renacimiento” en COHEN, Esther y VILLASEÑOR, Patricia (ed.) De filósofos, magos y brujas, España, Azul Editorial, Univ. Nacional Autónoma de México, pp. 121-136.
1999. HANEGRAAFF, W., "Some remarks on the study of Western Esotericism" en Esoterica, vol I, pp. 3-21.
1999. PEREIRA, Michela, “Alchemy and the Use of Vernacular Languages in the Late Middle Ages”, en Speculum, Vol. 74, No. 2, pp. 336-356.
1999. BRANN, Noel, Trithemius and Magical Theology: a chapter in the controversy over Occult Studies in Early Modern Europe, State University of New York Press.
1999. KASSELL, Lauren, “How to Read Simon Forman's Casebooks: Medicine, Astrology, and Gender in Elizabethan London”, en Social History of Medicine, Vol. 12, 1, pp. 3-18.
1999. CULIANU, Ioan P., Eros y Magia en el Renacimiento 1484 (1984), España, Siruela.
1999. TAYLOR, René "Los Libros Herméticos de Juan de Herrera y Felipe II" en Azogue, nº 1, Enero - Junio, Disponible on line: http://www.revistaazogue.com
1999. GRAFTON, Anthony, Cardano´s Cosmos. The worlds and works of a Renaissance Astrologer, London, Harvard University Press (Cap. II. “The Astrologer practice” pp. 22-37)
1999. POWELL, Robert, “Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, Rudolf II and the Prague Hermetic Renaissance” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 125-141.
1999. GOODRICK-CLARKE, Claire, “The Rosicrucian afterglow: the life and influence of Comenius” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 193-219.
1999. EDIGHOFFER, Roland, “La Rose-Croix: de la fabulation à la tradition maçonnique” en Aries, special edition, pp. 102-114.
1999. EDIGHOFFER, Roland, “La Pansophie des Rose-Croix” en Aries, 17, pp. 23-34.
1999. BEMBRIDGE, Paul, “The Rosicrucian resurgence at the Court of Cromwell” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 219-247.
1999. McINTOSH, Chistopher, “The Rosicrucian legacy” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 247-264.
1999. PRINKLE, Rafal, “The twelfth adept: Michael Sendivogius in Rudolfine Prague” en WHITE, Ralph (ed.), The Rosicrucian Enlightenment revisited, Lindisfarne Books, pp. 141-193.
1998. AKERMAN, Susanna, Rose Cross over the Baltic. The spread of Rosicrucianism in Northern Europe, Leiden, Brill (cap. 3 “The Rosicrucian Context of the Lion of the North”, pp. 125-172)
1998. DICKSON, Donald, The Tessera of Antilia. Utopian bortherhoods & secrets societies in the early seventeenth century, Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill (Cap. II. “Johann Valentin Andreae`s Christian Utopia”, pp. 18-62; Cap. III. “Andreae and the fable of the Rosicrucian brotherhood”, pp. 62-88; Cap. IV. “Utopian & learned societies in seventeenth century Germany”, pp. 89-145)
1998. TREVOR-ROPER, Hugh “Paracelsianism made Political, 1600-1650” en GRELL, O. (ed.), Paracelsus. The man and his reputation. His ideas and their transformation, Leiden-Boston, Brill, pp. 119-135.
1998. PEREZ ZAGORIN, L., Francis Bacon, USA, Princeton University Press.
1998. MORAN, Bruce T., “Medicine, alchemy and the control of Language: Andreas Libavius versus Neoparacelsians” en GRELL, Ole Peter (ed.), Paracelsus. The man and his reputation. His ideas and their transformation, Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 135-151.
1998. GILLY, Carlos, “`Theophrastia Sancta` - Paracelsianism as a Religion in conflict with the established churches” en GRELL, Ole Peter (ed.), Paracelsus. The man and his reputation. His ideas and their transformation, Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 151-187.
1998. DEBUS, Allen, “Paracelsianism and the diffusion of the Chemical Philosophy in early modern Europe” en GRELL, Ole Peter (ed.), Paracelsus. The man and his reputation. His ideas and their transformation, Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill, pp. 225-245.
1998. NEWMAN, William R. & PRINCIPE, Lawrence, “Alchemy vs. Chemistry: The Etymological Origins of a Historiographic Mistake”, en Early Science and Medicine, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 32-65.
1998. WEBSTER, Charles, De Paracelso a Newton. La magia en la creación de la ciencia moderna (1982) México, FCE. (Introducción, pp. 15-36; cap. III “La magia espiritual”, pp. 90-134; cap. IV, pp. 134-182)
1998. RIFFARD, Pierre, “Le penser ésotérique”, en Aries, 21, pp. 3-12.
1998. ROSSI, Paolo, El nacimiento de la Ciencia Moderna en Europa, Barcelona, Crítica.
1998. FAIVRE, Antoine, “Renaissance Hermeticism and the concept of Western Esotericism”, en VAN DEN BROEK, Roelof; HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, Gnosis and Hermeticism from Antiquity to Modern Times, USA., State University of New York Press, pp. 109-123.
1998. ZIEGLER, Joseph, Medicine and Religon c 1300. The case of Arnau of Vilanova, Oxford, Clarendon Press.
1998. DEBUS, Allen, “Chemist, physicians, and changing perspectives on the Scientific Revolution” en Isis, Vol. 89, 1, pp.66-81.
1998. CRISCIANI, Clara & PEREIRA, Michela, “Black Death and Golden Remedies. Some remarks on alchemy and plague”, en PARAVICINI BAGLIANI, Agostino & SANTI, Francesco (eds.), The Regulation of Evil. Social and cultural attitudes to epidemics in the Late Middle Ages, Sismel, Edizioni del Galluzzo, pp. 7-39.
1998. VERSLUIS, Arthur, “Christian Theosophic Literature in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries”, en VAN DEN BROEK, Roelof; HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, Gnosis and Hermeticism from Antiquity to Modern Times, USA., State University of New York Press, pp. 217-237.
1998. DICKSON, Donald, The Tessera of Antilia. Utopian bortherhoods & secrets societies in the early seventeenth century, Leiden-Boston-Köln, Brill (Cap. V. “Samuel Hartlib and the utopian movement”, pp. 145-181; Cap. VI. “Utopian & learned societies in England in the 1650`s”, pp. 181-237)
1998. EDIGHOFFER, Roland, “Hermeticism in early Rosicrucianism”, en VAN DEN BROEK, Roelof; HANEGRAAFF, Wouter, Gnosis and Hermeticism from Antiquity to Modern Times, USA., State University of New York Press, pp. 197-216.
1997. DAXELMÜLLER, Christoph, Historia Social de la Magia (1993), Barcelona, Herder.
1997. ASSMANN, Jan, Moses, the Egyptian. The memory of Egypt in western monotheism, London, Harvard University Press (cap. 1 “Mnemohistory and the construction of Egypt”, pp. 1-22)
1997. AROMÁTICO, Andrea, Alquimia, el secreto entre la ciencia y la filosofía, Barcelona,  Ed. B, S. A..
1997. KIECKHEFER, Richard, Forbidden rites. A necromancer´s manual of the fifteenth century, Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press.
1997. RABIN, Sheila, “Kepler`s attitude toward Pico and the anti-astrology polemic” en Renaissance Quarterly, vol. 50, nro. 3, pp. 750-770.
1996. DICKSON, Donald, “Johann Valentin Andreae`s Utopian Brotherhoods” en Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 49, 4, pp. 760-802.
1996. DEBUS, Allen, El Hombre y la Naturaleza en el Renacimiento, México, FCE., 2ª. Reimpresión (cap. II “La llave química”, pp. 43-73; cap. VI “Nuevos métodos y una nueva ciencia”, pp. 181-208; cap. VII “La nueva filosofía. Un debate químico”, pp. 209-236).
1996. FAIVRE, Antoine, “Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), savant naturaliste et connaisseur du monde invisible”, en Aries, 20, pp. 5-31.
1996. VOSS, Karen-Claire, “Imagination in Mysticism and Esotericism: Marsilio Ficino, Ignatius de Loyola, and Alchemy”, en Studies in Spirituality, No. 6, pp. 106-130.
1996. ABRAMS, Daniel, “From Germany to Spain: Numerology as a Mystical Technique”, en Journal of Jewish Studies, 47, 1, pp. 85-101.
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Buenos Aires,   mayo de 2017.


                                                                                   Dr. Juan Pablo Bubello
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
        Universidad de Buenos Aires.



[1]Se encuentra a disposición de los alumnos interesados en incorporarla al trabajo final.