Peer-reviewed articles (in reverse order)

 
  • [R267] All roads lead to (New) Rome, de Grijs R., 2024, in: Costache D. (ed.), Scientific Interests and Technological Innovation in Byzantium: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, De Medio Aevo, issue 2024-2, submitted
  • [R258] Astronomical Tent Observatories, Relics of a Bygone Era, de Grijs R., 2023, Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 26, 159
  • [R256] Gravitational conundrum: Confusing clock-rate measurements on the 'First Fleet' from England to Australia, de Grijs R., 2022, Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 25, 737
  • [R254] Roger of Hereford: the twelfth-century astronomer who put Hereford on the map, literally, de Grijs R., 2023, The Local Historian, 53, 98-111
  • [R253] The Cosmology of David Bohm: Scientific and Theological Significance, de Grijs R., Costache D., 2023, Theology and Science, doi: 10.1080/14746700.2023.2294529
  • [R249] The unexpected appearance of Dawes' Observatory on the "1808 Sydney Cove Map", de Grijs R., 2022, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 25, 97
  • [R238] Historical Chinese efforts to determine longitude at sea, de Grijs R., 2022, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 25, 54
  • [R234] European Longitude Prizes. IV. Thomas Axe's Impossible Terms, de Grijs R., 2021, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 24, 739
  • [R233] European Longitude Prizes. III. The Unsolved Mystery of an Alleged Venetian Longitude Prize, de Grijs R., 2021, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 24, 728
  • [R227] William Dawes: Practical astronomy on the "First Fleet" from England to Australia, de Grijs R., Jacob A.P., 2021, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 24, 7
  • [R225] Sydney's scientific beginnings: William Dawes' observatories in context, de Grijs R., Jacob A.P., 2021, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 24, 41
  • [R216] European Longitude Prizes. II. Astronomy, Religion and Engineering Solutions in the Dutch Republic, de Grijs R., 2021, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 24, 451
  • [R215] European Longitude Prizes. I. Longitude Determination in the Spanish Empire, de Grijs R., 2020, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 23, 465
  • [R214] Blame game: Restoration quarrels and the Anglo--Dutch wars, de Grijs R., 2021, Arquebusier, doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15501.46563
  • [R209] A (not so) brief history of lunar distances: Lunar longitude determination at sea before the chronometer, de Grijs R., 2020, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 23, 495
  • [R207] Alexander Bruce, Scotland's accidental 'Scientific Revolutionary', de Grijs R., 2020, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 23, 267
  • [R203] Sustained cartographic innovations in nascent French Canada: the life and times of Jean Deshayes, de Grijs R., 2020, J. Astron. Hist. Heritage, 23, 100

Conference proceedings (in reverse order)

  • [C115] The search for longitude: Preliminary insights from a 17th Century Dutch perspective, de Grijs R., 2015, in: Int'l Symp. on the Sino-French Geodesic Survey of the Qing Empire in the 18th Century, Sanya (Hainan, China), November 2014, in press
  • [C113] The Search for Longitude: Preliminary Insights from a 17th Century Dutch Perspective, de Grijs R., 2014, in: Int'l Symp. on the Sino-French Geodesic Survey of the Qing Empire in the 18th Century, Sanya (Hainan, China), November 2014, abstract book p. 12

Other professional papers (in reverse order)

  • [O71] The forgotten menace of long naval patrols, de Grijs R., 2024, Hektoen International, Winter 2024 | History Essays
  • [O70] The grim horrors of the orlop deck, de Grijs R., 2024, Hektoen International, Winter 2024 | History Essays
  • [O69] "Filth so foul and stench so offensive as not to be imagined", de Grijs R., 2023, Hektoen International, Fall 2023 | History Essays
  • [O68] Stand and Deliver! A Comprehensive Account of 'Bold' John Donohoe and his unmerry men, de Grijs R., 2023, Blacktown Mayoral History Prize entry (commendation); Blacktown Memories
  • [O64] Of vermicide and vermifuge: A history of intestinal parasites at sea, de Grijs R., 2023, Hektoen International, Summer 2023 | History Essays
  • [O62] The ships' surgeons' toxic toolkit, de Grijs R., 2023, Hektoen International, Spring 2023 | Infectious diseases
  • [O59] Temporary insanity in tropical waters, de Grijs R., 2023, Hektoen International journal, Spring 2023 | History Essays
  • [O58] William Dawes -- Scientist, Governor, Abolitionist: Caught between science and religion, de Grijs R., Jacob A., 2023, Springer Biographies; eBook
  • [O56] John and Walter F. Mackenzie, acclaimed Wiganite brothers half a world away, de Grijs R., 2023, Past Forward, in press
  • [O54] "Tenpence" - A matter of life, death or transportation, de Grijs R., 2022, Past Forward, 92, 8--9; pdf, runner-up in the 2022 local history essay competition
  • [O52] "All hands to dance and skylark!" -- Shipboard dancing in the British Navy, de Grijs R., 2022, Hektoen Int'l, History Essays | Fall 2022
  • [O51] Colonial Blacktown's inspirational "firsts", de Grijs R., 2022, Blacktown Mayoral History Prize entry (first prize); entry; Blacktown Memories
  • [O46] Early star charts of the Dutch East India Company, de Grijs R., 2023. In: Essays on Astronomical History and Heritage. A Tribute to Wayne Orchiston on His 80th Birthday. Gullberg S.R., and Robertson P., eds. New York: Springer, Ch. 3, in press; arXiv:2302.12992
  • [O45] "Plague of the Sea, and the Spoyle of Mariners" -- A brief history of fermented cabbage as antiscorbutic, de Grijs R., 2021, Hektoen Int'l, History Essays | Spring 2021
  • [O44] The curious tale of a well-travelled Wigan long-case clock, de Grijs R., 2021, Past Forward, 88, 6--7; pdf, runner-up in the 2021 local history essay competition
  • [O43] Christopher Wren and Blood Circulation, de Grijs R., Vuillermin D., 2020, Hektoen Int'l, Spring 2020 | Blood (honorable mention in their "Blood" essay competition)
  • [O42] Longitudinal Lunacy: Science and Madness in the Eighteenth Century, de Grijs R., Vuillermin D., 2019, Hektoen Int'l, Spring 2019 | Psychiatry Psychology
  • [O37] Book review: Bloody Saturday: Shanghai's Darkest Day (Paul French; Penguin Shorts, 2018), de Grijs R., New Orleans Review, web feature
  • [O36] "Marvailous Cures": Sympathetic Medicine Connecting Europe and China, Vuillermin D., de Grijs R., 2018, Hektoen Int'l, Essays in History, Winter 2018
  • [O34] Time and Time Again: Determination of Longitude at Sea in the 17th Century, de Grijs R., 2017, Bristol, UK: IOP Publishing Ltd., e-book [367-page peer-reviewed monograph straddling science and the humanities]
  • [O32] Measure of the Heart: Santorio Santorio and the Pulsilogium, de Grijs R., Vuillermin D., 2017, Hektoen Int'l, Vol. 9, issue 3, Summer 2017, Moments in History
  • [O25] The human face of early modern astronomy in China, de Grijs R., 2016, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China, 76, 57
  • [O20] Book review: Libraries of Western learning for China: Circulation of Western books between Europe and China in the Jesuit Mission (ca. 1650 - ca. 1750). 1. Logistics of book acquisition and circulation; 2. Formation of Jesuit libraries (Leuven Chinese Studies XXIII and XXVI, Leuven University Press 2012/2013), de Grijs R., 2015, in: Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 25, Series 3, p. 538; doi:10.1017/S1356186315000127

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