Teaching Fellow, School of European Languages, Culture & Society, UCL

Andrew Campbell is a teaching fellow in the Italian Department at UCL. He has taught courses on Italian Renaissance literature and the Scientific Revolution, as well as various language classes. His research focuses primarily on the life and works of the Carmelite friar Paolo Antonio Foscarini (c. 1562-1616), with a particular emphasis on weather forecasting in southern Italy at the turn of the seventeenth century. He has published on John Dee and Machiavelli, and is currently preparing a special edition of the journal 'Ambix' on alchemy and religious orders in early modern Europe.

Experience

  • 2010–present
    Teaching Fellow, University College London