The Renaissance in Europe saw a rapid increase in the study of the human body, natural sciences, and astronomy. This exhibit looks at primary sources from the period of the Renaissance and afterward, showing how people of that period looked back to ancient sources in order to build upon that knowledge to give the world a foundation for the knowledge we have today.
This exhibit uses primary source materials from Utah State University's Special Collections & Archives to explore the complex workings of society during the Renaissance in Europe.
Turner's Compendium, Daniel Bertrand, Abigale Merrill, Krista Worthington, and Brandon Casper
Plants in the Renaissance, Michaela Clark, Forrest Hart, Nathan Nyre, and Eden Jenson
Haven of Health, Cody Patton, Katie Farr, and Elizabeth Hartford
Anatomy of Melancholy, Aubrey Steadman, Steven Summers, Tre Peterson, and Kaitlin Rodgers
Secretes of Alexis Piedmont, Sean Steen, Courtney Crist, Rachel Douglas, and Michael Kay
Comparing Herbals, Hana Walker, Arie French, Austin Solberg, and Treyson Sperry