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2013

De Renzi, Silvia (2013). Tales from cardinals' deathbeds: medical hierarchy, courtly etiquette and authority in the Counter Reformation. In: Andretta , Elisa and Nicoud, Marilyn eds. Être médecin à la cour (Italie, France et Espagne, XIIIe-XVIIIe siècle). Micrologus' Library (52). Florence: Sismel, pp. 235–258.

2011

De Renzi, Silvia (2011). A career in manuscripts: genres and purposes of a physician's writing in Rome, 1600-1630. Italian Studies, 66(2) pp. 234–248. file

2010

De Renzi, Silvia (2010). The risks of childbirth: physicians, finance, and women's deaths in the law courts of seventeenth-century rome. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 84(4) pp. 549–577. file

2008

De Renzi, Silvia and Conforti, Maria (2008). "Sapere anatomico negli ospedali romani: formazione dei chirurghi e pratiche sperimentali (1620-1720)". In: Romano, Antonella ed. Rome et la Science Moderne : entre Renaissance et Lumières. Rome: École Française de Rome, pp. 433–472.

De Renzi, Silvia (2008). Per una biografia di Paolo Zacchia: nuovi documenti e ipotesi di ricerca. In: Pastore, Alessandro and Rossi, Giovanni eds. Paolo Zacchia. Alle Origini della Medicina Legale 1584-1659. Milan: FrancoAngeli, pp. 50–73.

2007

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Medical competence, anatomy and the polity in seventeenth-century Rome. Renaissance Studies, 21(4) pp. 551–567. file

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Medical Expertise, Bodies, and the Law in Early Modern Courts. ISIS, 98(2) pp. 315–322. file

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Resemblance, paternity and imagination in early modern courts. In: Mueller-Wille, Staffan and Rheinberger, Hans-Jorg eds. Heredity produced: at the crossroads of biology, politics, and culture, 1500-1870. Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology. Cambridge, Ma, USA: The MIT Press, pp. 61–83.

De Renzi, Silvia and Sparti, Donatella Livia (2007). Mancini, Giulio. In: ed. Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Volume LXVIII .. Rome, Italy: Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, pp. 500–509.

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Un linceo alla Sapienza: la natura del fuoco e dei metalli in un’orazione di Johannes Faber. In: Battistini, Andrea; De Angelis, Gilberto and Olmi, Giuseppe eds. All'origine della scienza moderna: Federico Cesi e l'Accademia dei Lincei. Bologna: Il Mulino, pp. 271–316.

2002

De Renzi, Silvia (2002). Witnesses of the body: medico-legal cases in seventeenth-century Rome. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 33(2) pp. 219–242.

2001

De Renzi, Silvia (2001). La natura in tribunale: conoscenze e pratiche medico-legali a Roma nel XVII secolo. Quaderni Storici, 108(3) pp. 799–822.

2000

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Accademia dei Lincei; Academia del Cimento. In: Hessenbruch, Arne ed. Reader's Guide to the History of Science. London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 2–5.

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Writing and talking of exotic animals. In: Frasca-Spada, Marina and Jardine, Nick eds. Books and the Sciences in History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 151–170.

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Instruments in Print: Books from the Whipple Collection. Cambridge, U.K.: Whipple Museum for the History of Science.

1999

De Renzi, Silvia (1999). 'A fountain for the thirsty' and a bank for the Pope: charity, conflicts, and medical careers at the Hospital of Santo Spirito in 17th Century. In: Grell, Ole Peter; Cunningham, Andrew and Arrizabalaga, Jon eds. Health Care and Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Europe. London: Routledge, pp. 99–130.

1998

De Renzi, Silvia (1998). Between the market and the Academy: Robert S Whipple (1871-1953) as a collector of science books. In: Myers, Robin and Harris, Michael eds. Medicine, Mortality and the Book Trade. Publishing pathways. Winchester: St. Paul Bibliographies, pp. 87–108.

1996

De Renzi, Silvia (1996). Courts and conversions: Intellectual battles and natural knowledge in counter-reformation Rome. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 27(4) pp. 429–449.

1995

Clericuzio, Antonio and De Renzi, Silvia (1995). Arcanarum Sagacissimi Indagatores Scientiarum; medicine, chemistry and alchemy in the early Accademia dei Lincei. In: Chambers, David and Quivigier, Francois eds. Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century. Warburg Institute Colloquia (1). London: The Warburg Institute, pp. 175–194.

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