Jennifer M. Rampling

Associate Professor of History


(609) 258-6432


104 Dickinson Hall


Jennifer M. Rampling is a historian of medieval and early modern science and medicine, specialising in alchemy. In her teaching and research, she explores alchemy’s relationship with natural philosophy, medicine and culture in pre-modern Europe (particularly England), focusing especially on interconnections between textual authority, artisanal practice, and alchemical imagery.

Read her full bio on the Department of History website.

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