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Configured and reconfigured Humboldt’s life according to the sensibilities of the day This volume the first metabiography of the great scientist traces Humboldt’s biographical identities through Germany’s collective past to shed light on the historical instability of our scientific heroes “Rupke’s study will doubtless become a standard reference for the Humb.
Alexander von Humboldt 1769–1859 is one of the most celebrated figures of late modern science famous for his work in physical geography botanical geography and climatology and his role as one of the first great popularizers of the sciences His momentous accomplishments have intrigued German biographers from the Prussian era to the fall of the Berlin wall all of whom.
Summary ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nicolaas A. Rupke
Oldt industry and for writers of scientific metabiographies to come” Isis “Engaging Rupke’s meticulous analysis is fascinating on many scores” Times Higher Education Supplement UK “A study borne of considerable scholarship and one with important methodological implications for historians of geography” Charles W J Withers Progress in Human Geography ?.
Nicolaas Adrianus Rupke is a Dutch historian of science who began his academic career as a marine geologist