Joanna Zhang


Joanna Zhang is a senior in the Philosophy Department. She is also pursuing a certificate in Hellenic Studies, with a focus on reception of Greek philosophy in the Medieval Latin West. She is interested in interdisciplinary research drawing on methodologies from history of science, history of philosophy, and intellectual history. Her thesis is an exploration of Albertus Magnus’ theory of place not only as a case study of Aristotelian and Neoplatonic transmission but also as an ambitious epistemological enterprise in the development of natural philosophy and the history of science.

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