Livesey, Steven J.

Description: Faculty member of the Department of the History of Science at the University of Oklahoma from 1982 to 2017.

Birth Date: 1951

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[Chapter] Steven J. Livesey; Sonja Brentjes (2017) Science in the Medieval Christian and Islamic Worlds. In: The Oxford Illustrated History of Science (pp. 72-107). unapi

[Chapter] Steven J. Livesey (2016) The Medieval University. In: A Companion to the History of Science (pp. 181-195). unapi

[Review] Livesey, Steven J. (2010) Review of "Science Translated: Latin and Vernacular Translations of Scientific Treatises in Medieval Europe". Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science (p. 69). unapi

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[Book] Glick, Thomas; Livesey, Steven J.; Wallis, Faith (2005) Medieval Science, Technology, and Medicine: An Encyclopedia. unapi

[Book] Ragep, F. Jamil; Ragep, Sally P.; Livesey, Steven (1996) Tradition, transmission, transformation: Proceedings of two conferences on pre-modern science held at the University of Oklahoma. unapi

[Book] Livesey, Steven J.; Antonius de Carlenis, (1994) Four questions on the subalternation of the sciences. unapi

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[Thesis] Margaret Gaida; R. H. Vermij; Steven Livesey; Kathleen Crowther; Kerry Magruder; Robert Magnusson; Charles Burnett (2017) Encounters with Alcabitius: Reading Arabic Astrology in Premodern Europe. University of Oklahoma. unapi

[Thesis] Livesey, Steven J.; Magruder, Kerry V.; Zepeda, Henry (2013) The Medieval Latin Transmission of the Menelaus Theorem. University of Oklahoma. unapi

[Thesis] Livesey, Steven J.; Rickman, Melissa L. (2011) Making the “Herball”: John Gerard and the Fashioning of an Elizabethan Herbarist. University of Oklahoma. unapi

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[Book] Livesey, Steven J.; Hunter, Andrew (2000) Thornton and Tully's scientific books, libraries, and collectors: A study of bibliography and the book trade in relation to the history of science. unapi

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