Scott Mandelbrote is a lecturer in history at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Peterhouse College.  He specialises in early modern intellectual history, particularly the history of scholarship and the history of science.

Mr Mandelbrote’s research topics have included Isaac Newton. He is particularly interested in the transformations of textual (especially biblical) authority that took place in the early modern world, in the process of the transmission of knowledge in that society, and in the changing impact of the printing press.

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