The Works of Galileo

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Suggested Readings

  • Dava Sobel, Galileo’s Daughter (Penguin, 2000)
  • Anthony Fantoli, Galileo: For Copernicanism and for the Church, 2d ed. (Chicago, 1996)
  • Maurice Finocchiaro, The Galileo Affair (Berkeley, 1989)
  • Jerome Langford, Galileo, Science and the Church (Michigan, 1971)
  • Richard Blackwell, Galileo, Bellarmine, and the Bible (Notre Dame, 1991)
  • Kenneth Howell, God’s Two Books (Notre Dame, 2002)
  • Giorgio de Santillana, The Crime of Galileo (Chicago, 1955)
  • Pietro Redondi, Galileo: Heretic (Princeton, 1987); Ferrone and Firpo, “Critique...,” Journal of Modern History, 1986, 58: 485-524.
  • Stillman Drake, Galileo at Work: His Scientific Biography (Chicago, 1978)
  • William Wallace, Galileo and His Sources (Princeton, 1984)
  • Mario Biagioli, Galileo Courtier (Chicago, 1993); Michael H. Shank, critique, Early Science and Medicine, 1996, 1: 106-150.
  • Eileen Reeves, Painting the Heavens (Princeton, 1997)
  • David Freedberg, The Eye of the Lynx (Chicago, 2002)

Exhibit revised 11/16/04.

Exhibit credit: Kerry Magruder, with the assistance of , Marilyn B. Ogilvie, Duane H. D. Roller.

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