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Aviva Rothman

Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences Collegiate Division, The College

Aviva Rothman is a Collegiate Assistant Professor in the Social Sciences and an affiliate faculty member in History at the University of Chicago. She received her doctorate in history and history of science from Princeton University, where she wrote her dissertation on the seventeenth-century astronomer Johannes Kepler’s conception of harmony, focusing on the linkages Kepler saw between the harmony of the heavens and the harmony of church and state. Her research interests broadly include the relationship between science and religion; early modern cultural and intellectual history, particularly questions of community and communication; and the history of science (particularly the astronomical and physical sciences) in early modern Europe.

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