Refereed Journal Articles

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ‘“Art and Technique Always Balance the Scale”: German Philosophies of Sensory Perception, Taste, and Art Criticism, and the Rise of the Term Technik, ca. 1735–ca. 1835.’ History of Humanities, 2:1 2017, pp. 201-219.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ‘Necessary, not sufficient: The circulation of knowledge about stained glass in the northern Netherlands, 1650–1821’. Nuncius. Journal of the Material and Visual History of Science. Vol. 31:2, 2016, pp. 332 – 360.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ‘Consumer Culture, Self-prescription and Status: Nineteenth-century Medicine Chests in the Royal Navy,’ Journal of Victorian Culture, Vol. 20:2, April 2015, pp.147-167.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ‘Anatomical mercury: changing understandings of quicksilver, blood and the lymphatic system, 1650-1800,’ Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, Vol. 70:4, 2015, pp. 516-548.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ‘The Fabric of the Body: Textile in Anatomical Models and Preparations, ca. 1700-1900,’ Histoire, médecine et santé / History, medicine and health, 2014, pp. 21-32.

M.M.A. Hendriksen,‘Une recherche commune de « l’homo perfectus »? La perfection dans la relation de travail de Bernard Siegfried Albinus (1697-1770) et Jan Wandelaar (1692-1759),’ Alliage, 2010, pp. 22-34

M.M.A. Hendriksen, ´Pourquoi la cuisine n´est-elle pas un art´ Deshima. Revue française des mondes néerlandophones, 2007, 1, pp. 163-180