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Iordan Avramov is a historian of science interested in early modern scientific communication.
His research has been focused on the early Royal Society of London and figures like Henry Oldenburg and Robert Boyle.
He has published widely on Oldenburg and co-author ed (with Michael Hunter and Hideyuki Yoshimoto) a couple of studies on Boyle.
He is currently working on the Society’s first research on the natural history of Japan and Mexico,
the uses of humor in scientific correspondence, the reporting of experiments in early modern scientific letters,
and the early Royal Society’s correspondence with the Mediterranean.

History of intellectual communication in the 17th century; Epistolary cultures of early modern science; The early Royal Society of London;

„The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg and Book Reviews in Philosophical Transactions, 1665-1677”, Journal of Early Modern Studies, 11, 1, Zeta Books, 2022, 69-91;
„Nomads in the Early Modern Republic of Letters: The Transient Correspondents of Henry Oldenburg and the Early Royal Society of London”. Cornel Zweirlein (ed), The Power of the Dispersed: Early Modern Global Travelers Beyond Integration, Series: Intersections, Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, 77, Brill, 2022, 133-157;
„Letters and Questionnaires: The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg and the Early Royal Society’s Inquiries for Natural History”. Paula Findlen (ed.), Empires of Knowledge: Scientific Networks in the Early Modern World, Routledge, 2018, 161-180;

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