Dr. Dennis Danielson

Dennis Danielson (English) is a Miltonist and intellectual historian with interests in the Scientific Revolution and in the history, literature, and cultural meaning of astronomy. He has published in American Journal of Physics, Nature, Journal for the History of Astronomy, American Scientist, and Spektrum der Wissenschaft.

“Ancestors of Apollo: Ten bold astronomers, five centuries ago, performed feats of imagination that prepared for the advent of human space flight 50 years ago” (American Scientist, March/April 2011)

  • “Ramus, Rheticus, and the Copernican Connection” (forthcoming)
  • “‘Propter nos’ and Paradise Lost: Reading and inhabiting ‘this pendent world’” (forthcoming)

Dennis Danielson, Department of English
Professor (B.A. University of Victoria, M.A. University of Sussex, D.Phil. Studies Oxford, Ph.D. Stanford)
Office: Buchanan Tower 424
Telephone: (604) 822-4092
Email: dennis.danielson@ubc.ca
Website: http://faculty.arts.ubc.ca/ddaniels/

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