香港浸会大学HongKongBaptistUniversity历史系老师简介-Dr. DIETZ, Bettina

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Dr. DIETZ, Bettina
狄天霞博士
Associate Professor, Department of History (On sabbatical leave from 15 July 2021 - 14 January 2022)
PhD, MA,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen,
(Munich, Germany).
FHEA
(852) 3411 7615
bdietz@hkbu.edu.hk

RESEARCH FOCUS

History of early modern science
Eighteenth-century botany
Collaborative authorship
History of scientific publishing
Collecting and collections

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

Das System der Natur. Die kollaborative Wissenskultur der Botanik im 18. Jahrhundert (The System of nature. The collaborative knowledge culture of eighteenth-century botany), Böhlau Verlag: Cologne / Weimar / Vienna, 2017.
Utopien als mögliche Welten.Voyages imaginairesder französischen Frühaufklärung, 1650-1715, Mainz 2002 (= Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte, v. 188).
Edited volumes and special issues

Special issue “Cultures of Scientific Publishing” (guest-editor), History of Science(forthcoming)

Special issue “Translating and Translations in the History of Science” (guest-editor),Annals of Science73/2 (2016).
Bilder des Fremden. Mediale Inszenierung von Alterität, 1780-1920 (together with Paul Hempel and Hans-Peter Bayerdörfer), Münster 2007.
Journal articles

Iterative books. Posthumous publishing in eighteenth-century botany, in:History of Science(OnlineFirst; in print).

Networked names. Synonyms in eighteenth-century botany, in:History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences41 (2019), article 46.
Linnaeus' Restless System: Translation as Textual Engineering in Eighteenth-Century Natural History, in: Annals of Science 73/2 (2016), 143-156.
Introduction: Translating and Translations in the History of Science, in:Annals of Science73/2 (2016), 117-121.
Contribution and Co-production: The Collaborative Culture of Linnaean Botany, in:Annals of Science69/4 (2012), 551-569.
Making Natural History: Doing the Enlightenment, in:Central European History, 43/1 (2010), 25-46.
Aufklärung als Praxis: Naturgeschichte im 18. Jahrhundert, in:Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 36/2 (2009), 235-257.
Mobile Objects: The Space of Shells in Eighteenth-Century France, in:The British Journal for the History of Science39/3 (2006), 363-382.
Collections Curieuses: The Aesthetics of Curiosity and Elite Lifestyle in Eighteenth-Century Paris, in:Eighteenth-Century Life29/3 (2005), 24-75 (together with Thomas Nutz).
Naturgeschichte des Menschen als Wissensformation des späten 18. Jahrhunderts: Orte, Objekte, Verfahren, in:Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung32 (2005), 45-70 (together with Thomas Nutz).
Utopie und Policey: Frühneuzeitliche Konzeptionen eines idealen Ordnungsstaates, in:Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung30 (2003), 591-617.
Vom Giganten zum Elefanten: Kontroversen über Fossilien, 1610-1820, in:Archiv für Kulturgeschichte85 (2003), 277-302.
Chapters
What is a Botanical Author? Pehr Osbeck’s Travelogue and the Culture of Collaborative Publishing in Linnaean Botany, in: Hanna Hodacs / Kenneth Nyberg / Stéphane van Damme (ed.): Linnaeus, Natural History, and the Circulation of Knowledge, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford) 2018, 57-79.
Kollaboration in der Botanik des 18. Jahrhunderts. Die partizipative Architektur von Linnés System der Natur, in: Anne Mariss / Silke Förschler (ed.): Akteure, Tiere, Dinge: Verfahrensweisen der Naturgeschichte in der Frühen Neuzeit, Köln / Wien 2017(Böhlau), 95-108.
Natural History as Compilation: Travel Accounts in the Epistemic Process of an Empirical Discipline, in: A. Holenstein / H. Steinke / M. Stuber (eds.), The Practice of Knowledge and the Figure of the Savant in the Eighteenth Century, 2 vols., Brill, Leiden / Boston2013, vol. 1., 703-719.
Die Naturgeschichte und ihre prekären Objekte, in: Ulrich Schneider (ed.): Kulturen des Wissens, Berlin 2008, 615-621.
Phrenologie des Fremden. Das Bild(nis) der Ozeanier, 1780-1840, in: Hans-Peter Bayerdörfer / Bettina Dietz / Frank Heidemann (eds.): Bilder des Fremden. Mediale Inszenierung von Alterität im 19. Jahrhundert, Münster 2007, 157-176.

FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS (Selected)

“Networked names. Synonyms in eighteenth-century botany”, supported by a GRF grant from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 2019-22.
“Bookish Botany. Eighteenth-Century Botany and its Use of Books”, supported by a GRF grant from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (RGC), 2016-2019.
“The Collaborative Epistemic Culture of Eighteenth-Century Natural History”, supported by an ECS grant from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 2013-15.






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