Refereed Journal Articles

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Making the body politic through medicine: taste, health and identity in the Dutch Republic 1636-1698,” in M.M.A. Hendriksen, and A. Wragge-Morley, Taste and the History of Science, British Journal for the History of Science Themes series vol. 7 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022), 1-23. doi:10.1017/bjt.2022.5

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Anatomy at Large: Wistar’s models”, KNOW: A Journal on the Formation of Knowledge (2022), 6:1, 81–107.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Rethinking Performative Methods in the History of Science“, Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Volume 43, Issue 3, 2020, 313-322.

M.M.A. Hendriksen and R.E. Verwaal, “Boerhaave’s Furnace. Exploring Early Modern Chemistry through Working Models“, Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Volume 43, Issue 3, 2020, 385-411. 

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Building the ARTECHNE Database: How to Develop a Multi-Purpose Database for an Interdisciplinary Project“, IDEAH, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, 1-13. DOI: 10.21428/f1f23564.e6779c76.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Blankaart en Bontekoe: Smaak, Geneeskunde en Gezondheid in de Lage Landen rond 1700”, Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, Volume 29, Issue 4, 2019, 104-109.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Animal bodies between wonder and natural history: taxidermy in the cabinet and menagerie of stadholder Willem V (1748-1806)”, Journal of Social History, Volume 52, Issue 4, Summer 2019, 1110–1131.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Casting life, casting death: connections between early modern anatomical corrosive preparations and artistic materials and techniques,” Notes and Records. The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science, Vol. 73 Issue 3, 20 September 2019, 369–397.  doi:10.1098/rsnr.2018.0068 

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Boerhaave’s Mineral Chemistry and Its Influence on Eighteenth-Century Pharmacy in the Netherlands and England,” Ambix, Vol. 65 No. 4, November 2018, 303–323.

M.M.A. Hendriksen, “Criticizing chrysopoeia? Alchemy, chemistry, academics and satire in the Northern Netherlands, 1650-1750,” Isis. Vol. 109:2, June 2018, pp. 235-253.

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