Professor Ian Maclean

History

Elected 1994

1994
History, Modern languages

Ian Maclean is Emeritus Professor of Renaissance studies at the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College. He graduated in Modern Languages from Oxford, where he also took his doctorate, and taught at the University of Leeds and the Queen's College, Oxford before becoming a Senior Research Fellow in History at All Souls College in 1996; he was Fellow Librarian from 1998 to 2015. He has held visiting positions in America, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and France.

Current post

Titular Professor of Renaissance Studies Emeritus, University of Oxford; Emeritus Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford

Past appointments

All Souls College, Oxford Titular Professor of Renaissance Studies Emeritus, University of Oxford; Emeritus Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford

Jan 2016 -

All Souls College University of Oxford Senior Research Fellow in History

Jan 1996 - Jan 2012

University of Oxford Professor of Renaissance Studies

Jan 1996 - Jan 2012

Queen's College University of Oxford Fellow and Praelector in French

Jan 1972 - Jan 1996

University of Leeds Lecturer in French

Jan 1969 - Jan 1972

Publications

The Renaissance notion of woman 1980

Meaning and interpretation in the Renaissance: the case of law 1992

Montaigne philosophe, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France 1996

Logic, signs and nature in the Renaissance: the case of learned medicine 2001

Le monde et les hommes selon les médecins de la Renaissance, Paris 2006

Scholarship, Commerce, Religion: the learned book in the age of Confessions, 1560-1630 2012

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