The New Atlantis by Sir Francis Bacon Flood Atlantis This richly annotated second edition of the now-classic pairing of Bacon’s masterpieces, New Atlantis and The Great Instauration features the addition of other works by Bacon, including “The Idols of the Mind,” Of Unity in Religion” and “Of the True Greatness of Kingdoms and Estates,” as well a Summary of the each work and Questions for the reader....
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Kate’s most recent work on theatre, performance and gender has been on Aphra Behn and her context, building on the well-received publication of her her in 2003.
She has a written articles on Behn’s work within her seventeenth-century performance and reading context and is part of a collaborative enterprise of feminist scholars led by Professor Elaine Hobby who will be editing the complete works of Aphra Behn for Cambridge University Press (2019-). Kate turned to literature after studying history for a year at Oxford, and gained her doctorate from the University of Oxford in 1990 on the philosopher Sir Francis Bacon.
Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis Francis Bacon was the founder of the modern scientific method....
Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) was an English philosopher, writer, scientist, and politician, who served as the Attorney General and the Lord Chancellor. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more.
Kate has pioneered a project-centred approach to teaching early modern writing, which encourages students to undertake individual research in the period, and work as a team to produce a book examining literature in context, the outputs of which have been commended by the external examiner.
Kate on teaching seventeenth-century texts: Review of essay “’Strange Things So Probably Told: Gender, Sexual Difference and Knowledge in Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis”, (2003) in Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis: New Interdisciplinary Essays, in Renaissance Quarterly 57 (2004): 1108-9: "The three remaining essays seek to redefine our understanding of three crucial components of Bacon's text: natural knowledge, gender, and miracles.
Richard Sarjeantson reminds us that we err in referring to Bacon's New Atlantis as a fiction of 'science,' since the latter word, though convenient, is anachronistic for the period.
Instead, we should describe Bacon's fable as a one about 'natural knowledge,' drawn largely from magical, medical, and mechanical traditions. 1-193 195-275 Published by: The University of Chicago Press. Buccola “These So-Called Early Modern Women Writers": Strategies for Integrating Women Writers into English “The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol.